Claire and Gloria want to spend a nice Mother's Day outdoors hiking with the kids, but their nonstop bickering and complaining drives Claire to the edge, and she brings Gloria down with her. Meanwhile, Phil and Jay stay home to cook everyone a nice dinner, but things get really awkward when Phil witnesses an unexpected moment of weakness from Jay, and Cameron gets very self-conscious about being seen as the "mother" in the relationship.
Trip pleads with Bree to tell him about the night of Alejandro's murder; Susan tries to keep the sale of her house private until she can tell her friends; Katherine Mayfair returns with a job opportunity for Lynette.
A diver of Middle Eastern descent washes ashore on Coney Island. His murder appears to be terror-related until detectives Goren and Eames look below the surface. They discover that the diver was part of a three-man crew of modern-day pirates hired to dig for hard-to-find treasure buried off-shore. Did the pirates turn on each other, or did they unearth proof of a long-buried scandal amidst the treasure?
While most of The Unit is attempting to defuse a bomb in a bank in Atlanta, Bob faces an equally explosive situation after Kim discovers their vacation is really a cover for a mission.
With Lyle (Miles Gaston Villanueva) and Erik (Gus Halper) in custody for suspicion of murder, defense attorney Leslie Abramson (Edie Falco) works tirelessly alongside Jill Lansing (Julianne Nicholson) to understand the motive that could drive two young men to commit such a heinous crime. Meanwhile, the prosecution puts Judalon Smyth (Heather Graham) on the stand to make a case for releasing Dr. Oziel's (Josh Charles) audio notes and tapes from his sessions with Lyle and Erik, despite standard doctor patient privilege. The ensuing media circus fueled by leaks from the District Attorney's office creates further complications for the defense and places the extended Menendez family at odds with one another.
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