Bree realizes that Orson has already struck up a little romance with Judy the physical therapist. This angers her at first, but she quickly realizes that another project could help take her mind off things. She eyes up Keith (Brian Austin Green), the handsome handyman who's helping her decide what to do with all those bare walls. Yes, this particular project could be a lot of fun.
As we know from last season's finale, another unexpected visitor has made his way back to the lane. Well, Paul Young isn't really a visitor. He used to be a staple in suburbia until he went to prison for murder. But Paul was released with a huge cash settlement after the woman he was accused of killing, Felicia Tilman, was found alive. Now Felicia is locked up and Paul is renting out Susan's house.
"That woman lives in a penthouse. We had to give up meat so we could buy a laptop."
Even though everyone now knows Paul didn't kill Felicia, they are all still creeped out by him. That's because the guy's creepy! He pays an "in your face" visit to Felicia in prison. She'll be out in 18 months with good behavior. Felicia vows to get revenge on Paul for killing her sister. We're inclined to take her threat seriously, as she says she still has a few friends left on Wisteria Lane.