Bree is still drinking up a storm and bringing home a different guy every night. She's had sex with so many men that she doesn't even recognize a guy she'd already slept with. That doesn't stop her from taking him home again. A mystery figure is still spying on her from the inside of a car as she continues her downward spiral.
When Susan, Lynette and Gaby learn that Bree is drinking again, they stage an intervention. It doesn't go well. Bree confesses that she wanted to kill herself and her "friends" are partly to blame. They abandoned her the moment things got rough. Lynette, Susan and Gaby promise they are there for her now, but Bree isn't hearing any of it. Her friends are at a loss.
Bree hits the bar once again. She's not interested when a slimy, vile guy tries to pick her up. But this particular gentleman caller won't take no for an answer. He swipes Bree's keys and tries to force her into his car. Things are looking bad until help arrives in the form of Orson. You heard us. Orson is back, too!
A jolt of electricity from Orson's stun gun sends the vile guy scurrying away. He tells Bree that her friends called him because she's in trouble. Bree says, "Orson, I've made such a mess of my life." This doesn't sound like a problem to her former hubby. Orson says, "Don't worry, dear. The one thing you and I were always good at is cleaning things up." Nice.