Lynette takes her concerns about her future daughter-in-law to the government this week. Enjoy this clip from "We All Deserve to Die."
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Bree learns something significant about Sam this week. Check out this clip from "We All Deserve to Die."
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Hot diggity! Robin heats up a seemingly innocent breakfast during this clip from the 2/28/10 episode of Desperate Housewives.
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Oops! Tom and Lynette forget their daughter's birthday in this clip from "The Chase."
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Gabrielle gets a taste of freedom this week on Desperate Housewives. Check out this promo for "The Chase."
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Tough news for Lynette in this clip: Robin tells her that her son offered her cash in exchange for sex. That's awkward.
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In this scene from "Lovely," the women discuss Susan's new house guest: Robin the stripper.
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It's the episode that tells it like it is. So states the announcer for this Desperate Housewives promo.
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This is a great clip from Desperate Housewives. In it, Gabrielle tries to get Juanita into a new school. You can imagine how well this goes.
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Desperate Housewives returns with a new episode on January 3. Watch a promo for "If ..." right here and now.
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Danny Bolen is in the hospital in this scene from "Boom Crunch." He overdosed and ended up here.
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This is a clip from the Desperate Housewives mid-season finale. The episode is titled "Boom Crunch."
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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