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Desperate Housewives Spoilers: What's the Fairview Strangler's Past?

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On this Sunday's special episode of Desperate Housewives, Brenda Strong will actually appear on screen as the late Mary Alice Young.

How is this possible? Because "Epiphany" flashes back to the past on Wisteria Lane, showing viewers just how the Fairview Strangler interacted with Gaby, Bree, Susan and Lynette.

It should be a cool, possibly even disturbing look into how this individual grew into the killer he was revealed to be at the conclusion of last week's episode. Enjoy the four sneak peeks below at "Epiphany."

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GO LYNETTE!!!!!!! and also besides the killing part, eddie seems like a sweet innocent person and i feel realllllyy bad for him in the last clip! PPOOOORRR EDDDIIEE!!

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I feel sorry for him now

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Lynette will probably say something back later! And that will crash that bitch!

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woah... lynette!

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I love you once. I love you twice. I love you more than beans and rice.

Mike

Passion. It's a force so potent we still remember it long after it's faded away. A drive so alluring it can push us into the arms of unexpected lovers. A sensation so overwhelming, it can knock down walls we've built to protect our hearts. A feeling so intense, it resurfaces even though we tried so hard to keep it buried. Yes, of all emotions, passion is the one that gives us a reason to live, and an excuse to commit all sorts of crimes.

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