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#52 Monday, October 15th
At the McGregor Estate, Lynette is in the living room with Anna.
Anna: I'm glad you came over, we don't get a chance to talk much.
Lynette: I know.
Anna: Is something wrong?
Lynette: You could say that.
Anna: Okay, what is it?
Lynette: Last night, Greg came over and brought me dinner. We talked for awhile and I ended up kissing him.
Anna: Oh, no.
Lynette: And this morning, Jim came by saying he's ready to open up to me more. All day today, I've been pacing back and forth, trying to sort all of this out.
Anna: The first question you need to ask yourself is if the kiss was just a moment weakness or if you actually have feelings Greg.
Lynette:i I love my husband.
Anna: That's not what I was talking about.
Lynette: It was just something that happened, I don't feel anything more for Greg than friendship.
Anna: For something like this to even happen, it's clear that you must have been leaning on this man emotionally.
Lynette: See, this is why I hardly ever tell you anything, you always start making assumptions.
Anna: Am I wrong?
Lynette: Greg has been helping me through this, he's been the only person who really understands me.
Anna: Well, my advice to you is, whatever is going on, you should put a stop to it before it goes any further.
Lynette: There is absolutely nothing going on.
Anna: If that was the case, you wouldn't have come to me for advice.
Lynette: I just needed to tell someone, that's all. Don't read too much into this.
Back at the Donahue house, Norm is outside talking to the investigators.
Norm: How soon can you tell what the exact problem of this gas leak was?
Investigator: It shouldn't be too long before we have some idea.
The other investigator comes out of the house.
Investigator: Find anything?
Investigator #2: Something a little strange.
Investigator #2: It looks as if some sort of bonding agent was on the gas valve, causing it not to move.
Norm: What? That doesn't make any sense.
At the hospital, Carol is in the lobby. Trish comes in from outside
Trish: Mom, J.C. called and said he'd be over here a little later. He just heard what happened.
Carol: Glad to hear that, I don't get to see him much.
Trish: He's always so busy with something at McGregor, he's a hard worker.
Carol: You raised a good son. Unlike me, who just shipped you kids off to boarding school.
Trish: Don't start being critical of yourself now. You may have sent us off to boarding school,
but you still were a good mother.
Carol: I don't even know why I thinking about all this now. All I want to focus on is Cody getting better.
A nurse comes out of the ICU and approaches Carol
Nurse: Mrs. Donahue, the doctor would like to speak with you immediately.
Carol starts to look scared. Off Carol's scared expression, fade to black.