Andre introduces his art dealer to his class. He's a persnickety little man named Felix Bergman. Susan refers to him a "little ball of hate." She's an excellent judge of character, but Felix is an excellent judge of art. He loves Susan's painting which happens to feature four ladies hovering over a dead man in an open grave. Bergman wants to show her work in his gallery. Uh oh.
There's no way Susan wants any of her dead guy paintings to be shown in public. She tells Andre this, but he doesn't listen. He sets up all of Susan's incriminating pieces on a wall at an art gallery opening. Needless to say, Susan is horrified. She desperately tries to rip her painting off the wall. Felix believes her antics are all part of a publicity stunt. He loves it!
Susan calls Bree and Gaby. She tells them to bring their checkbooks so they can buy all the paintings. Felix demands $10,000 for the whole set. Deal! The paintings can now be removed. But they don't come down soon enough. Chuck followed Bree to the gallery. He's no art connoisseur, but that doesn't stop him from formulating a theory about Susan's work. Not good.
Both Susan and Gaby are upset with Bree because she didn't tell them about how close Chuck has been getting to the truth. Bree was doing it to protect them, but that strategy has obviously backfired. This has her feeling very alone. It also has her wanting a drink. Where's that Sweeney guy when you need him?