Bree finally throws Phyllis out of her house who got Bree in trouble with the law by having Rex's grave dug up to investigate his death. Susan tries bravely to accept Edie's new role in Julie's life when Edie wants to accompany Julie for a family musical recital attended by dad Karl. Lynette's demanding boss, Nina Fletcher, makes her miss Parker's first day of kindergarten, forcing Lynette to monitor Parker's experience via a video camera. Bree later on demands to take a polygraph test to prove her innocence in Rex's death to Andrew and Danielle, and realizes she has feelings for George. Bree persuades George to take the polygraph test as well, not realizing that psycho George believes his own lies. Gabrielle finally breaks for real with her young lover after seeing John with 41 year-old Joanie and returns wholeheartedly to delighted Carlos. Felicia Tilman persuades Mike to watch his back for the missing Zach and Paul Young might come after him. The mysterious Betty Applewhite and her... Written by
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Yes, each new day in suburbia brings with it a new set of lies. The worst are the ones we tell ourselves right before we fall asleep. We whisper them in the dark, telling ourselves we're happy, or that he's happy. That we can change, or that he will change his mind. We persuade ourselves that we can live with our sins, or that we can live without him. Yes, each night before we fall asleep we lie to ourselves in a desperate, desperate hope that come morning... it will all be true.