Gabrielle works to reach out to Carlos while his guilt weighs heavily upon him, and Susan starts to withdraw from her friends and family.As Lynette and Tom are grappling with their disintegrating marriage and impending separation, the former is having trouble making the right choices ever since she participated in the cover-up.**Also seen in archive footage in "Give Me the Blame", accounting for a 3rd appearance.
Recurring Guest Stars: Tony Plana (Alejandro Perez) Original air date: October 02, 2011 Written by: Matt Berry Directed by: Tara Nicole Weyr Plot Synopsis: Susan discovers a dangerously thrilling way to help ease her guilt over being an accessory to the murder of her friend Gabrielle's evil stepfather, whereas Gabby herself plans a sexy surprise for Carlos to help him gain his sexual mojo back.
In the meantime, Bree learns an interesting tidbit about Chuck's past after visiting Paul Young in jail, and Lynette and Tom find it hard to say "no" to their kids' sometimes outlandish requests so as to not come off as the "bad guy" as their marriage woes continue.
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Original air date: September 25, 2011 Written by: Bob Daily Directed by: David Grossman Plot Synopsis: Carlos's murder of his wife Gabrielle's evil stepfather and the cover-up by the housewives has far-reaching effects, as feelings of guilt begin to overcome everyone in different ways.
Meanwhile a sexy new neighbor, Ben Faulkner, moves to town, and he's Renee's first order of business.
**Credited under "starring" through "Putting It Together", and makes uncredited cameo in "Finishing the Hat".
***Credited under "also starring" before "Who Can Say What's True? ****Credited in two episodes from which she's absent.
In the meantime, Bree serves up some delicious, homemade soup for the homeless at the local shelter, but ends up enticing the local hipsters and pushing out those in need.