The prosecution paints an unflattering picture of Bree as the trial begins. It's nothing compared to what's going on in the court of public opinion. Gaby overhears two ladies gossiping about Bree at the supermarket. She tries to defend her friend, but it's a futile effort. People have already made up their minds about Bree. Gaby further realizes how bad the situation is after an incident at home with her kids.
Bree's friends testify on her behalf, but it's her own testimony that may trip her up. The prosecution produces Bree's suicide note. It was written the same night Chuck was killed. The note speaks of remorse and guilt. Tripp lets Bree know that he did some digging to discover that the murder victim is Gaby's stepfather. He believes it's time to tell the truth even if it means betraying a friend. Gaby shows up at the courthouse to sincerely thank Bree for what she's doing. The two women hug, each of them unsure of how all this will play out in what's sure to be an amazing, unpredictable, can't-wait-to-see-it Series Finale!