Lonny Moone (Wallace Shawn) puts the move on his long-time friend, Susan.
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Susan reconnects with Mike and agrees to help him look for his son, Zach.
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When Gaby runs into John one last time, she's finally able to get over him.
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Crazy Betty slips sleeping pills into her son and prisoner's food to try and calm them down.
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Everyone attends Rex's funeral, including Bree's mother-in-law Phyllis.
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The men on Desperate Housewives have a reason to be shocked into sexy silence: Katherine and Robin will be getting into a relationship.
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Katherine gets along very well with Robin in this Desperate Housewives scene. Things will grow even hotter between the pair.
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This is a scene involving four Desperate Housewives, courtesy of the 2/21/10 installment of the show. "Lovely."
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What is making the men of Desperate Housewives so happy? The presence of Julie Benz as a stripper named Robin.
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Katherine is seen here in a shot from the episode "Lovely." It's the 2/21/10 installment of Desperate Housewives.
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Katherine has been going through a lot lately. She goes to Robin for comfort in this scene.
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Katherine gets to know Robin very well on Desperate Housewives. How well? These two will lock lips!
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Desperate Housewives Quotes

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

Mike

(narrating) The world is filled with good fathers. How do we recongnize them? They are the ones who are missed so terribly, everything falls apart in their absence. (Shot of Andrew and Bree packing his suitcase, placing a photo of Rex inside last.) They are the ones who love us, long before we even arrive. (Shot of Carlos smiling as he rubs Gabrielle's stomach.) They are the ones who come looking for us, when we can't find our way home. (Shot of Mike walking Bongo as he looks at a flyer of Zach's) Yes, the world is filled with good fathers. And the best are the ones who make the women in their lives feel like good mothers (Shot of Tom comforting Lynette as she cries)

Mary Alice