Desperate Housewives Season 7 Episode 10: "Down the Block There's a Riot" Quotes
You could no longer hear the screams of frightened bystanders or the angry chants of protesters or the cries of help from the injured. There were just the footsteps of the man who had finally punished those who had betrayed him. The silence was broken by something that the neighbors would later say sounded like a gunshot. But Paul knew it was the sound of revenge.Mary Alice
Hey, those are your friends out there Lynette. The solid citizens of Fairview. Tell me again why you think they're better than a bunch of ex-cons.Paul
I must say, I don't know how you got your neighbors to agree to a halfway house on their street. But they must think a lot of you.Mayor [to Paul]
Bree: It's six o'clock. How long have you been kneeling there?
Keith: I don't know, but after you answer this, I'm gonna need you to help me up.