Bree threatens to sue the city and the police until they release Rex's body so he can be properly reburied and they agree. But then the detective who's been trying to get her to confess to poisoning Rex shows her the note that he wrote before he died, the one that says, "I understand and I forgive you."
She's horrified to realize that he went to his grave thinking she murdered him. She's already invited her closest friends to a small service at his reburial because she was too grief-stricken at the first funeral, and when they show up, she marches them over to a new plot. "I don't want to spend eternity lying next to someone who thinks I'm a murderer," she huffs.