Isn't Paul Young sweet? This is a photo of him and his new wife.
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Who out there doesn't love the addition of Vanessa Williams as Renee? She already fits right into Desperate Housewives.
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Bree must let Keith go on "You Must Meet My Wife." That's because she finds herself falling for the handyman.
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Nice digs, Lynette. Her former college pal, played by Vanessa Williams, checks out Wisteria Lane in this seventh season premiere pic.
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Lynette welcomes back an old college friend on the seventh season premiere of Desperate Housewives. We have a feeling these two won't keep getting along, though.
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Bree is smitten with her new handyman when Desperate Housewives returns for a seventh season. Can you blame her?
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Welcome to Wisteria Lane, Brian Austin Green. Wanna come over and work on our home next?
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Lynette welcomes an old college friend to Wisteria Lane on the seventh season premiere of Desperate Housewives. She's played, of course, by Vanessa Williams.
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There are many surprises for the women to react to on the seventh season premiere of Desperate Housewives. Among them: Paul Young is back!
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Notice something different about this Desperate Housewives promotional photo. It includes Vanessa Williams in the middle, as she comes aboard season seven.
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Brian Austin Green will come on board Desperate Housewives for a fun season seven arc. His character will get involved with Bree.
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With Dana Delany out, we're back to the core four on Wisteria Lane. Say hello to the Housewives we all know and love.
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Desperate Housewives Quotes

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

Mike

Have you met the perfect couple? The two soulmates, whose love never dies? The two lovers, whose relationship is never threatened? The husband and wife, who trust each other completely? If you haven't met the perfect couple, let me introduce you. They stand atop a layer of butter-cream frosting. The secret of their success? Well, for starters, they don't have to look at each other.

Mary Alice