Though secrets, secrets are no fun, Wisteria Lane would not be the same without them. Everyone has something to hide, and each person will do his or her best to keep it in hiding, forever.
Catherine's aunt, Aunt Lilly, returns home to spend her last few days of her life in peace, with her family. Little did she know, these few days would be anything but peaceful. Aunt Lilly just couldn't go to her grave knowing what happened with Dylan's real father, and knowing that Dylan has no idea. She suggests to Catherine that they tell Dylan everything, but that's something that Catherine intends on keeping in hiding, and refused.
Susan has new next door neighbors, and they're life partners. It took her a little while to figure out exactly what that meant. Benign at heart, Susan tried her best to get off to a good start with these nice new neighbors, but things just don't go her way.
After two months of a missing mojo, Lynette has finally got it back. But now, the problem is no longer Lynette, it’s Tom. He just can’t deal with the bald head, and makes up excuses to avoid Lynette’s mojo.
The girls want to throw Bree a baby shower, but obviously Bree is against it. Her malicious son of course comes up with something good, and offers to help the girls throw her a surprise party. And he invited a special guest.
Edie gets some bad news from her gynecologist, she’s got crabs. Which means Carlos does. Which means Gabby does. Which means Victor does. Crabs for all.
Aunt Lilly attempts at revealing to Dylan the secret of her past, but Catherine catches her in the act. Let’s say after that, she doesn’t exactly do all that she can do hinder the death of her poor Aunt Lilly.
Susan thinks it would be a good idea to kidnap her new neighbors Lee and Bob’s dog after Julie finds it in the street. Susan wants some brownie points.
At the surprise baby shower for Bree, she is not-so-pleasantly surprised. Rex’s mother was invited, and was more than happy to attend and re-kindle their friendship. Unfortunately, the re-kindling didn’t go as planned. She finds Bree’s baby suits, and runs downstairs to tell everyone. At the last minute, she decides not to. Lucky Bree.
Mike pulls into his driveway and opens the garage only to find a dog covered in yellow paint run out. Susan’s plan was shot, yet again. She has some major brownie points to score if she ever wants to speak to Lee and Bob again.
At the baby shower, Edie smells Victor’s “cologne,” and it’s strangely familiar. This smell is not so much a cologne as it is the medicine for crabs, and just like that, she figures out that Carlos and Gabby sneaking around.
Right before she dies, Aunt Lilly writes Dylan a note, presumably about her childhood.
Will Dylan ever find that note? How will Edie deal with this new-found knowledge of hers? Is Susan ever going to get it right with Lee and Bob? Keep watching!