Back to the case, however. There are multiple wounds on the victim's body and they each tell a different story. Neighbor Elliot hates the suburbs and they found a bullet in the pit, so he admits it was his gun. He went out to shoot a pig himself and bring it back, but he got so upset he vomited. His reason to kill Kurt is that he charged $5,000 for an extra phone line and ripped everyone off. Things get a little complicated when it's revealed that the gardener Trey was sleeping with Elliot's wife Paula. Kurt knew about it so they could've killed him to keep it quiet. Paula just laughs at that and points out Elliot couldn't even kill a pig, and Kurt was sleeping around with several other people so it didn't matter.
Two of these people include Mary Kay and her daughter Paige. Wow, Kurt really got around. This obviously puts Bob in the spotlight since his wife and daughter were Kurt's lovers. He says he would've killed Kurt had he known, and no one would blame him (Brennan disagrees), but he had no idea. They find saltpeter, which is a blood thinner, in Kurt's blood. It's supposed to keep men from getting excited too often, or so the old legend goes, and Kelly gave it to him so he'd stop cheating. What it did was thin his blood so that the small superficial wounds that they find on his body could have killed him easily.
Now it's about putting the three distinct wounds on Kurt's body together, and they realize there isn't just one murderer, but three. Earlier in the episode the only people who had solid alibis were Mary Kay, Elliot, and James because they were biking together, but one of the wounds came from a biking shoe, so they put it all together. Sweets thinks it may have been a suburban society reaction to the windmill and all of their individual problems with Kurt. Plus they intended just to hurt him, not to kill him, but the blood thinners ruined that. Case solved! Anyone else still confused? Anyone?