It all started many years ago when Martha Huber started asking questions about Mary Alice Young. She knew her new neighbor was hiding something. She had to find out her secret. Mary Alice reveals what this all meant in another one of her famously intuitive voiceovers. She says, "This was the beginning of the end."
So much has happened on Wisteria Lane over the years. So many people have come and gone. Gaby, Bree and Lynette are shock to learn that Susan will soon be leaving, too. They receive this news moments before an old friend returns. Katherine Mayfair is back. She's no longer with Robin. Part of the reason is because she's not into women anymore. She's channeled all her energy into an enormously successful food distribution company. She wants Lynette to run the New York division of her business.
Karen wants the song "Wonderful, Wonderful" to be played at her funeral. She tasks Bree with finding an old 45 of the record. That's not going to be easy. It also isn't easy ignoring Tripp, as he keeps calling her. Bree wants nothing to do with him. She feels she can't trust him. A short time later, Bree sees that Roy found the record Karen wanted. Actually, it was Tripp who dug it up. He searched through 20 different stores once he heard that's what Karen wanted. Nice.