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26 February, 2007

Like It Was, Housewives

Ugly BettyLast night's Ugly Betty was a great episode. People are not friendly at all, everybody is trying to get the best for himself/herself without thinking about others. I started watching the show a week ago, I think I like the show now. I am not sure if I shall do the regular coverage on Ugly Betty here on AntBlog701. Meanwhile, iTunes is giving away one free MTV from the TV show Ugly Betty: The Beauty in Ugly. a free music video from Jason Mraz.

Andrew on newsIt was a beautiful start on last week's Desperate Housewives. Bree saw Andrew on TV as one of the homeless teen being interviewed. Bree found Andrew, but failed to get him home. Gabrielle met John in the hotel, and it was just like the good old time, except John had a fiancee, they have to break up. Orson tracked down Andrew, Andrew realised Orson is his stepfather. He told Andrew there's a home for him to come back. Andrew went back home the next day.

Tonight on Desperate Housewives, (Season 3 episode 4, Like It Was)

Susan receives some surprising news while she's away on a romantic weekend with Ian. Meanwhile, Lynette continues to try and support the family while Tom chases his dreams, and Bree finds her family is anything but perfect. Also, Carlos moves back into the Solis house, much to Gabrielle's displeasure.

H.264 There is the Desperate Housewives promo for tonight.

Desperate Housewives airs at 8.30 tonight on Channel Seven. More screen captures of the show...

Andrew and Bree

Gabrielle and John

Previously on Desperate Housewives (Season 3 episode 3, A Weekend in the Country), the recap:

Bree and Orson are ready to leave for their honeymoon when Bree sees a TV interview with a homeless teen -- Andrew! To Orson's dismay, she insists they cancel their honeymoon and go find Andrew. She finds him at a soup kitchen, but he says he wants nothing to do with her. She finally tells Orson the truth: Andrew didn't run away, she left him by the side of the road.

Without telling Bree, Orson tracks Andrew down and offers to buy him lunch. Andrew agrees, only later realizing Orson's his new stepfather. Orson asks Andrew how he's been living and Andrew admits he's "done things for money." Orson suggests Andrew just wants to keep punishing Bree for abandoning him. He tells Andrew that he knows something about rage, and that it has some ugly consequences. And that Andrew has a home to come back to to if he wants it. The next day, Bree opens the door to find Andrew on the doorstep.

Gabrielle and Lynette are heading off for a spa weekend -- Gaby to get away from her messy divorce, Lynette to get some much-needed rest. Tom has taken the kids, including Kayla, camping, but he calls Lynette almost immediately. His back has gone out and he needs her to come get him.

When she arrives home, she finds Nora sitting on the front porch. She insists on coming along so that Lynette doesn't look like the better mother. Lynette is less than thrilled -- it's an eight hour drive!

Nora quickly gets on her nerves and Lynette finally snaps, telling her what a nutjob she is. Nora decides to show her what crazy really is and grabs the steering wheel, forcing them into oncoming traffic. Lynette says if Nora wants to kill herself, go right ahead. Nora tells her to stop, she's going to hitch a ride with the first trucker. To her surprise, Lynette doesn't try to stop her.

A few miles later, she finds Nora sitting on the side of the road because the trucker got fresh. She tells Lynette that her comment about suicide hit a little too close to home. "You have everything, your life is perfect," she tells Lynette, who insists her life is far from perfect. She works 12 hours a day, it feels like she has 33 kids instead of four, and Tom still hasn't found another job.

Nora reveals that Tom doesn't want to work in advertising anymore, something he's never told Lynette. Instead of confronting him about it, Lynette tells Tom maybe it's time to think about pursuing whatever dream job he gave up on a long time ago.

Gabrielle starts to feel lonely seeing all the other romantic couples at the spa. And then she bumps into her ex-lover, John. He's looking elegant and grown-up. He now runs a landscape company that services the hotel and may soon have the entire hotel chain as a client. She's impressed, so much so that they end up in bed together again. Then he gets a call: his fiancee is arriving early! And she's not just his fiancee, her father owns the hotel chain, so it's imperative she not find Gabrielle in John's room. Gabrielle hides in a suitcase and John wheels her out. She has to unzip herself when she's accidentally left in the elevator. The next day, she tells John she's single now and wants to keep seeing him. But he loves his fiancee and doesn't want to risk losing her.

Susan goes off for a romantic weekend with Ian at his cabin. They seem to have the same thing in mind, as they both find out when they accidentally open each other's suitcases: His is full of condoms, hers has sexy lingerie inside. But Ian lets it slip that his wife is the only woman he's ever been with. Susan assures him it's just a number and numbers don't matter. He then wants to know what her number is. When he finds out it's 11, the mood is ruined. But when she hears him playing the piano in the middle of the night, numbers don't seem to matter anymore.

Edie warns Julie not to fall for her bad boy nephew Austin, who had come over to help Julie restore her electricity and Julie assures her that won't happen.

Edie is looking for her CD player, which she loaned to Susan. Julie tells her that it's at the hospital with Mike. Edie pops in to take the CD player and just happens to be there when Mike opens his eyes.


(source: ABC)

Gabrielle and John

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Andrew

Andrew goes home

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