Renee realizes that her fiancé is being less than truthful with her about the body they found at his construction site. She was already in a marriage that was ruined by secrets. She's not about to go down that road again. Ben assures her that he's not keeping secrets to hurt her. He's doing so to protect her. Renee accepts this for now. But once they get married, they'll share spousal privilege. Ben can come clean then. Renee will be sure to make him glad he did so on their wedding night. That'll work!
Bree and her attorney, Tripp (guest star Scott Bakula), discuss their pretrial strategy over lunch. The conversation indicates that these two have very little in common, but that doesn't mean they aren't truly enjoying each other's company. Things get awkward in court when the prosecution announces their intent to call all the men Bree slept with in recent times. Tripp needs to know all the details. He even reveals some of his more embarrassing exploits to put his client at ease. Bree appreciates this and finally comes clean.
Bree gives her friends an update on her case. It's obvious she's developed a little crush on her lawyer. Bree finally admits that she finds Tripp attractive, but it's probably not the best time to act on these feelings. That's why she turns down a dinner invitation from Tripp. Actually, she only turns down the offer initially. Tripp keeps pressing and Bree finally gives in. Hey, the heart wants what the heart wants, right?