Lynette is horrified to realize that Eddie didn't just kill his mother: He's the Fairview Strangler! He doesn't want to hurt Lynette, who's been so kind to him, so he says he'll drop off her off in a remote place so she won't immediately call the police. "I can't go anywhere," she says. "My water just broke. This baby is coming now. And you have to help me deliver it." Eddie reluctantly helps, but panics when he sees that the umbilical cord is wrapped around the baby's neck. "Listen to me. You have the chance to save a life," she tells him. "Please!" He manages to move the cord and the baby is safely delivered.
Eddie prepares to leave, but Lynette tells him, "Wait. That day at the house, you told me that your life would have turned out so differently if I had been your mom. So I'm going to be your mom now." She asks him to turn himself in. When he says, "I don't want to spend the rest of my life in jail," she points out, "Don't you see that you're already there? As long as you want to keep hurting people, you will never be free. People will never see that you're good, unless you show them." He walks out the door, then walks back in. "Will you call them for me?" he asks tearfully.
Susan and Mike hold a yard sale, where Karen and Roy offer to pay $100 for one of MJ's stuffed toys. Susan sticks to the 50 cent sale price. But when MJ asks where his toy is, Susan realizes it's been sold by mistake. She goes to get it back from Roy, but he's already given it to his grandson, who's deaf. Susan sadly informs MJ, "That's life. Sometimes you can be a good person and life still won't give you your dinosaur back." Mike realizes she's furious at him, not "life," and tells her, "Let me have it." "Yeah, I resent you," she yells. "You blew it. Thanks to you, I have to leave the home where I raised my children." She reminisces about measuring her children's height against the door post. "We're going to get it back," he assures her, but in the meantime, he pries off the door post to take with them.
Since only family is allowed during non-visiting hours, Gaby gets in to see Nick at the hospital by pretending to be Angie. She brings him out of his coma and drives him to his house, where they figure out how to rescue Angie and Danny from Patrick's clutches. But Nick passes out, so Gaby's on her own! She talks a clueless Susan into saying goodbye to Angie while she climbs into the upstairs bedroom to free Danny.
[break] Bree informs Andrew and Orson that she has no choice but to sign over her company to Sam, since he knows about Andrew's hit-and-run of Mrs. Solis. Andrew tells her not to, insisting, "Maybe it's time I paid for what I've done," but Bree won't hear of sending him to prison. That doesn't sit well with Orson, since in the exact same scenario, Bree demanded that Orson go to jail. Bree signs over the company, with the caveat that if Sam breaths a word of Andrew's accident, the deal is off. "I understand if you need to hate me," Sam says, to which Bree replies. "I don't hate you, I feel sorry for you. You'll always have a hole in your heart because you don't really care about anybody and I have a horrible feeling that no one will ever really care about you." Orson tells Bree he hoped she would do the right thing and turn her son in, but she didn't: "I'm leaving. You are not the woman I thought you were."
Patrick has Angie build a bomb for him to stop a clear-cutting operation in Oregon. He tells her she's got to come with him, to make sure the bomb's not a dud: "If the bomb doesn't go off, I'll put a bullet in your head, then come back and kill Danny." Patrick tells her he's putting the bomb in the trunk of the car while she says goodbye to Danny (who's tied to a chair in another room), but he's really hidden it in the hallway closet!
Patrick drives a few yards away and asks Angie what the range on the detonator is. He pushes the button and tells her she has 30 seconds to save Danny. She gets out of the car and starts to run -- as we watch Gaby frantically trying to untie Danny. But then Angie stops... and waves to Patrick. "It's in the detonator," she says, just before the bomb blows up the car with Patrick in it. The Bolens plan to leave town, but Danny is shocked that he's the only one taking the bus to New York. "The FBI is still looking for us," Angie explains. "We have to stop being selfish." "It's time we let you live your life," Nick says. "You can finally stop running."
[break] Bree tells Andrew that Orson has left her and asks him for permission to tell Gaby about the accident. She gets Gaby alone and begins: "There's something I need to tell you I should have told you years ago. It's the kind of thing that could end our friendship." The two go off to talk, but we don't see Gaby's reaction.
Susan says goodbye to her friends and swears that they'll still see her every week. Lee has already found a renter for her house, someone who already knows the neighborhood. We're shocked to see that the new tenant is Paul Young! "I guess everyone will be surprised to see you again," says Lee. "They absolutely will," responds Paul.
A nurse who worked for years at a hospital in Fairview confesses to a priest before she dies: She switched a baby at birth! We don't find out who it is, except that that family lives on Wisteria Lane!