31 March, 2008
Now I Know, Don't Be Scared, housewives' back tonight
After the long wait, today is the desperate Monday again. Desperate Housewives is back tonight on Channel 7 (blame the Easter). Well, something is interesting tonight. Series return of Sea Patrol is on Channel 9 at the same time. Laurent is a Sea Patrol fan. And I, of course, am a Housewives fan.
Last time on Wisteria Lane, Bob and Lee install an art sculpture in their front yart, but the housewives aren't happy. Katherine decides to run for president of the homeowner's association. Lynette competes with her, but lost. Adam refuses to congratulate Katherine on her victory, reminding her that she hasn't exactly made any friends since they moved to Wisteria Lane, and that if she remembers what happened in Chicago, friends can be very handy. Katherine decides to let Lynette's treehouse stay. Gaby is cheating with Carlos, but surprisingly John shows up in the hotel. Carlos decides to forgive John. But when Carlos goes to Gaby to tell her to stop seeing each other, their kiss was caught by Edie's spy. Bree manages to get Danielle home from her evil grandma. When Katherine tells Bob and Lee the fountain has got to go, they counter by telling they know "all about Chicago," hinting at a medical scandal that forced her and Adam to leave town.
Aren't we just like those ladies in Wisteria Lane? We all good at planning a war with threats and threatening back. Certainly I am not bad on that aspect. If you missed out last week's Desperate Housewives - Art Isn't Easy, you can download it legally from iTunes Store.
Exciting Desperate Housewives episode coming up tonight, (Season 4 episode 6, Now I Know, Don't Be Scared)
Edie's worst nightmare comes true when Carlos tells her something she doesn't want to hear. Then, Susan comes face-to-face with a skeleton from Mike's past.
Remember Gaby's former gardener John Rowland? He will be back tonight. Desperate Housewives airs at 8.30 tonight on Channel Seven followed by Dirty Sexy Money.
Last time on Desperate Housewives, (Season 4 episode 5, Art Isn't Easy):
Bob and Lee install an art sculpture in their front yard and the rest of the neighbors declare it an eyesore -- except for Susan, who's still trying to get on their good side. But even she has to object when its true function is revealed early the next morning: It's a water fountain, and a noisy one at that. She asks them to move it to the backyard and they refuse, claiming they need it to cover all the noise coming from her house.
You can now buy the current seasons of "Desperate Housewives" (Season Pass). When you buy a Season Pass, you get immediate access to all episodes of the current season that are available, and receive new episodes as they become available. US$ 34.99 for the entire season or US$ 1.99 per episode.
Can't wait for tonight's Desperate Housewives, you can download it legally from iTunes Store.
Posted by Antony on 31 March 2008 10:37 AM | Desperate Housewives
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