Bree lets Orson have it in this scene from "How About a Friendly Shrink?" The two get on each other's nerves, big time.
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Bree has had just about enough of taking care of Orson. This photo makes that obvious.
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Gabrielle is unhappy in the episode "Boom Crunch." That's because Lynette is suing Carlos.
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Bree may be decorating a Christmas tree, but she doesn't look to be in the holiday spirit, does she?
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It's Christmas on Desperate Housewives. But the spirit and joy don't last long when a plane crashes into Wisteria Lane.
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Circle, circle, dot, dot. Now Bree has the cootie shot! Thanks, Susan.
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This is a photo of Bree Hodge (Marcia Cross) from the episode titled "The God-Why-Don't-You-Love-Me Blues."
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On season six of Desperate Housewives, Bree is worried about her affair with Karl. How will it impact her friendship with Susan?
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Both Bree and Lynette have a lot to deal with on Desperate Housewives: for the former, it's infidelity; for the latter, it's a pregnancy.
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Bree and Gaby share a look of shock in this scene from Desperate Housewives. The characters, of course, are played by Marcia Cross and Eva Longoria.
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Will these housewives be welcoming? Drea de Matteo joins the cast in the fall of 2009.
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Orson smiles at his wife Bree and she has some coffee. Bree considers selling her business to save their marriage in the upcoming episode.
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Desperate Housewives Quotes

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

Mike

There is a place in St. Timothy's church
where sinners go to confess their sins. And once they're done,they expect absolution. But the truth is, not all confessions are worthy of such forgiveness. Most who unveil hidden agendas deserve the condemnation they receive. Most who disclose vengeful motives merit the punishment that follows. Only the truly repentant have any right
at all to expect a second chance... Which is why it's best to think twice before you confess... Especially if you don't know what it is you're confessing to.

Mary Alice