Desperate Housewives Sneak Peeks: "Lovely"

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Isn't it nice to see that Julie Benz has recovered so well from being gutted to pieces on Dexter?

The actress is now a recurring player on Desperate Housewives, and her character will play a central role on this week's new episode, "Lovely."

In the following clip, the women on Wisteria Lane react to Susan's decision to play hostess to a stripper. Everyone seems to take issue with Robin, except for Katherine, foreshadowing a steamy relationship to come...

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Then, in the clip below, Lynette receives an awkward shock. Turns out son Parker is not quite as innocent as he seems.

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ugh are you this desperate susan gabriel?

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It's great to see such a hit series as Desperate Housewives develop a non-traditional theme. I've never watched the show regularly, but I tuned in this week to see the plot develop between Katherine and Robin. My novel, Seeking Sara Summers, has a very similar storyline: a woman unhappy with her marriage and searching for a more authentic life, who never considered "barking up that tree," now considers expanding her universe! Susan Gabriel
author of Seeking Sara Summers (another Desperate housewife)

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did they air DH last night?