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Old 09-26-2005, 12:40 PM   #31
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I think their husband/father is in the basement
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Old 09-27-2005, 03:01 AM   #32
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Old 09-27-2005, 11:09 AM   #33
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Monday morning, I was thinking about Sunday night's episode, and I asked my boyfriend what he wants to be buried in when he dies. He said, "Not an orange tie."
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Old 09-27-2005, 11:20 AM   #34
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I think their husband/father is in the basement
Yep, has to be since the son said his father was dead to Bree's daughter. Then after Bree and her daughter left, the mother asked why he lied about his father being dead but said it was a good "cover story".

I wonder why the husband/father is locked up. Insane maybe?
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I think the husband/father thing makes the most sense....but the hand looked way too young to be a grown man's.

I know maybe i'm looking too much into the details


I have to say Teri Hatcher is starting to annoy me a bit. She broke up with Mike because she doesn't like his son who is missing anyways. Seemed like just an excuse to add drama.

I love Bree
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I wonder what's going to happen tonigh's episode?

I Bree also.
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Old 10-03-2005, 08:36 AM   #37
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What happened in about the last 10 minutes? I fell asleep
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Um, I believe (and I hope I wasn't too far back or too late ahead) that Rex's mother saw George comforting Bree (she actually cried and let everything out), that made her call up the insurance agent who's already investigating the untimely death of Rex (the doctor also mentioned something to the insurance guy also) and told him that Bree has a "boyfriend." This gets the insurance guy going.

Lynette lets a rat loose in the house to make Tom clean up more often and discovers that the rat has been killed by Tom with a shovel. When she takes out the trash, she apologizes to the dead rat and thanks it for saving her marriage.

(The last part taken from abc.com-- which btw, gives one hell of a recap! But! The above is pure recap by Sevikins (which you can see is not par with abc's ))
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Susan asks Betty about the strange clanging noises she's been hearing coming from her house in the middle of the night. Betty pretends not to know what she's talking about but then the noise comes again. She explains that it's just her son, Matthew, but then he walks up behind them, having just gotten home. Betty says a quick goodbye, leaving Susan more suspicious than ever.

Betty complains to her psychiatrist that she can't sleep, telling him how her husband used to beat her and how she still has nightmares because she wasn't able to prevent him from killing their son. The doctor prescribes a sleeping pill, which she grinds up and puts in the food she brings to the chain-rattling captive in her basement.
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Can anyone here tell me what happened in the last 5 minutes of last night's show? I had a phone call from my brother and missed it
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oh boy, I can't remember I think George the pharmacy guy was taking a lie detector test and said he didn't kill Rex
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I agree, it's "off" this season

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Complaining that the creators of last year's major ABC hit Desperate Housewives are "fumbling" and "clinging" to old plot threads, TV reviewers are loudly lamenting the lost freshness of the show in its still relatively new second season.

"The writers seem to be drawing some of the characters too broadly," squawks USA Today, upset that Gaby (Eva Longoria) is now "too selfish" and Susan (Teri Hatcher) "too stupid."

"The show still doesn't seem to have any traction," complains New York's Daily News in Tuesday's editions. "Even the twists aren't as twisted as they used to be." At fault, says the paper, is this season's "tone."

Perhaps the problem, suggests both papers, is that series creator Marc Cherry has yet to write any of this season's episodes. They also complain that there has been no subplot or even scenes in which the housewives are linked.

"In three weeks we've hardly seen the four stars together," USA Today notes, citing the fact that this past Sunday night they weren't together at all.

"Splitting up the four main housewives, and giving them nothing to do" has hindered the action, says the Daily News, which even goes so far as to issue an SOS – "before Housewives goes from stalled to stagnant."

Even so, Sunday night's episode – in which Bree (Marcia Cross) was fingered as a suspect in husband Rex's death and Lynette (Felicity Huffman) felt guilt pangs for returning to work – attracted 25.69 million viewers, according to Nielsen numbers. While that's lower than the ratings of the first two episodes of the season, the showing did help ABC win the night.
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oh boy, I can't remember I think George the pharmacy guy was taking a lie detector test and said he didn't kill Rex
Yep...and the lie detector indicated that George was telling the truth.
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Thanks MrsSpringsteen and Bonochick.
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I didn't realize it until this morning...but I don't remember seeing the Applewhites at all during last night's episode.
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