Such good actors in such a bad production. It is worth a watch. Huffman's story lines are always the sharpest and most grounded an episode where she leaves her kids on the side of the road is extremely gratifying. Men are still represented the same way -- to be blunt, idiots -- and it's still very targeted towards females. It was so very bad.
The ratings are dropping ever so slightly, and there seems to be more stupid plot development and bad episodes. Don't they watch these things before they put them on the air? Which happened a few episodes before this one. If you have any legal issues please contact the appropriate media file owners or host sites. I speak of course of Felicity Huffman, who can do more with one line of Dialogue, than any other actress I know. Brenda Strong narrated the show as the deceased Mary Alice Young, appearing sporadically in flashbacks or dream sequences.
May we be blessed with this show for many, many years to come!!!!! How it was possible for such an unentertaining show to get on the air in the first place is mind-boggling. It takes little thinking to follow. This is no surprise, as this pilot is based on a flashy, falsely promising premise that ultimately is hollow and unenlightened. They worked through domestic struggles and family life, while facing the secrets, crimes and mysteries hidden behind the doors of their — at the surface — beautiful and seemingly perfect suburban neighborhood. Of course, his character is gone from the show now and unlikely to return. Remember the burrito sliding off the nightstand at a strategic moment? Thank you, thank you, thank you. Bree begins to suspect that her new boyfriend Jonathan Cake as Chuck might be gay, and, after being placed under arrest for allegedly poisoning Paul, Susan must convince the police that she was being framed for the deed by Felicia Tilman guest star Harriet Sansom Harris.
Sharp, trashy, funny, socially conscious and a little twisted behind it's shallow exterior. Also in the episode Opening Doors, Mrs. Though starting with a not so witty, more of an expected one note commentary by Mary Alice, who has no real value to the show anymore, and clumsy comedy that was inserted where it was not needed, the show still showed promise for an exciting season. I hated her at first, but then, slowly, loved her. However, two families, the Applewhites and the Mayfairs had moved from Chicago suggesting that Fairview is near there.
For personal and non-commercial use only. While it may be entertaining for some people, Desperate Housewives reflects values that have been tainted for the worst. While it is an exaggeration of suburban life, it is fun to watch, enjoyable, and maybe somewhat educative about our American culture. It is a pretty innovative idea but I still want to know why she killed herself, if she did anyway. This show does not reflect moral values and teaches people nothing. The bar has just been raised for those making series television. They worked through domestic struggles and family life, while facing the secrets, crimes and mysteries hidden behind the doors of their — at the surface — beautiful and seemingly perfect suburban neighborhood.
Felicia guest star Harriet Sansom Harris moves back into the neighborhood and tries to convince an extremely suspicious Paul that she wants to bury the hatchet and try to be civil to one another. Her children hate her most of the time, and her husband can't stand her perfection. Most of all, the biting satire, the women in power, and the 'all is well that ends well as long as I said so' motifs are completely gone and forgotten. Felicia Tilman guest star Harriet Sansom Harris tries to regain Mrs. I watched her on One Life to Live several years ago.
Jealousy rears its ugly head when Lynette begins to spread lies to Penny about her father's new girlfriend guest star , and Gabrielle and Carlos must convince Bob and Lee that their daughters Juanita and Celia are not the bad seeds that they used to be when they want to name the gay couple in their will as guardians. They have stopped writing those screamingly funny scenes for her, that hinged on what was essentially a neat freak, prim and retentive personality disorder. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Streaming content may count against your data usage. Meanwhile, Susan desperately searches for her inner self to find what inspires her in order to better her art and impress her hard-to-please art teacher guest star. The show followed the lives of a group of women as seen through the eyes of a dead neighbor who committed suicide in the very first episode. I just like Bree, I think there is so much there in her role.