Lynette tries to calm Eddie down in this clip from the May 2010 season finale of Desperate Housewives. The episode is titled "I Guess This is Goodbye."
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How to take down Sam. That's the question Orson and Bree wrestle with during this clip from the 5/9/10 episode of Desperate Housewives.
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What's coming up on the episode "The Ballad of Booth?" According to this ABC promo, nothing short of revenge, power, sex, blackmail and more!
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"I think Carlos is having an affair," says Gaby in this clip. What did she discover about her husband? Watch this clip and find out.
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Carlos is on to Gaby's schemes in this clip from Desperate Housewives. Check out this hilarious clip from "A Little Night Music."
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This is awkward. The Fairview Strangler puts Lynette's son in his place, and then attack him. Wowza! It's a clip from "A Little Night Music."
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Susan really wants to flaunt her wealth in this clip from Desperate Housewives. Just one problem: she doesn't really have anything to flaunt. Watch and see what we mean.
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Angie welcomes her ex back into town on this episode, but that's definitely not a good thing. Also, Bree meets a woman that knows a lot about Sam. Check out the official promo for "A Little Night Music."
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Lynette gets seriously called out in this clip from "Epiphany." It's the 4/25/10 episode of Desperate Housewives.
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The Fairview Strangler has a history with each of the housewives. He and Susan's past is exposed here.
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Bree has a history with the Fairview Strangler. This clip shows what it's comprised of.
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In this flashback, we learn that the Fairview Strangler has a history with Gaby. We also learn what Gaby thought of the Housewives upon her initial impression.
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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