Hello, Little Girl - Desperate Housewives
Last week on Wisteria Lane, Gaby used Carlos' blindness to get a disabled parking permit. Rick showed up at Lynette's restaurant, and told Tom about his new restaurant opening down the road. Orson had fears about what Mike might remember what happened. He had a few sleepwalks. At end, when Julie came back home, Orson had a sleepwalk and Julie heard him saying sorry to Mike that he ran him over. Rick's new restaurant was burned down, apparently by Tom.
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Mary Alice Young quote: “Blindness - it's an affliction that prevents people from seeing what is right in front of them... like the wives who can't detect the jealousy that consumes their husbands... the women unable to see that a rival might also be a friend... the men who stay oblivious to the guilt that lies deep within them. Yes, the world is filled with those who cannot see. The most dangerous are the ones who stay blind to the evil within their own hearts. How do we protect ourselves from these people? First, we have to open our own eyes and find them... before they find us.”
Exciting Desperate Housewives coming up tonight, (Season 4 episode 13, Hello, Little Girl)
Bree and Katherine decide to start a catering business together. Meanwhile, Lynette tries to deny her feelings for Rick. Elsewhere, Mike learns the truth about his near fatal accident.
Don't miss out tonight's Desperate Housewives at 8.30 on Channel Seven followed by all new Boston Legal.
Last time on Desperate Housewives, (Season 4 episode 12, In Buddy's Eyes):
When Mike asks Orson to visit him in rehab, Orson fears the worst -- that Mike has remembered that it was Orson who ran him down in his car. Instead, Mike asks Orson if he can forgive Mike -- for asking him to write a pain prescription for him before he went to rehab.
Orson is incredibly relieved, but his troubled conscience won't let him be. Susan finds him, naked, in her kitchen in the middle of the night! He says he's sorry but seems to think she is Mike. The next day neither he nor Bree believe her, but think she was simply having a "naughty" dream about Orson because Mike is away. The next time she catches Orson naked, on the lawn, Susan realizes he's sleepwalking and slaps him awake. Orson decides it's time to move out, although their house isn't quite ready.
Everyone is very helpful to Carlos, except for Gabrielle, who is getting bored waiting hand and foot on a blind man. And now that she's poor, she has to shop at a discount warehouse store, where she's annoyed that all the good parking spots are for the handicapped. When Lynette suggests that blind people can also get handicapped placards, Gabrielle does so immediately. A man in a wheelchair wants to know why she's parking in a handicapped spot and Gabrielle explains it's for her blind husband -- who obviously doesn't drive. She refuses to see how she's abusing the system and the argument ends with her giving the man a push that sends him hurtling across the parking lot.
The next time, Gabrielle brings Carlos along on her shopping sprees to legitimize her use of the handicapped spots -- but makes him wait in the car! He's not there when she gets back from her manicure as he got hungry and found someone to lead him to the nearest burger place. When someone asks about if she's leaving the handicapped spot, Carlos is furious to find out that she's been using his condition just to get better parking. She breaks down and says it's harder than she ever expected, worrying about things like leaving the toothpaste where he can find it and that if she can somehow get a perk out of the situation, she's going to take it.
Lynette is surprised to see Rick at the pizzeria. He's there to tell her and Tom that he's opening a rival restaurant around the corner. When Tom comes home late that night, she's sure he's been brooding but he says he's just been thinking up recipes to compete with Rick's. Lynette believes all is well until the police stop by to ask if either of them saw someone hurl a brick through the window of Rick's new restaurant. Lynette realizes that it was Tom and that he's not over his jealousy of Rick. He tells her he never blamed Rick, but he did blame her, even though nothing happened.
Everyone is very excited for the Founders' Ball, which Bree always oversees. Katherine offers to help and all the other women predict a clash of Biblical proportions between the two domineering divas. However, Bree is happy to accept, until Katherine pulls out an event-planning scrapbook to rival hers and starts suggesting they start making some "updates" to the annual affair. Before she knows it, Katherine has changed recipes and even taken over Bree's usual job of presenting the Founders' Ball Award.
The night of the ball, the chef tells Bree that he thinks the dip is "off" and might make someone sick. Bree is about to throw it away when Katherine reminds her she had left instructions not to let any food leave the kitchen without her tasting it first, so Bree hands her the tainted dip. Sure enough, Katherine soon becomes violently ill. Bree offers to present the award, as usual, but Katherine assures her that this is important, so she's going to manage.
As Bree sits at her table, muttering about Katherine's backstabbing ways, she's astonished to hear Katherine name her as the recipient of the Founders' Ball Award. Afterward, Bree tries to apologize, saying she "misunderstood" the situation and Katherine says that no, she misunderstood, because she thought they were becoming friends. Bree explains that among her friends, she has her own niche as the extraordinary housewife and organizer, and that she can't be friends with a woman who's exactly the same. Katherine says it's a shame, since she understands Bree better than anyone, especially the need to set a perfect table when you'd rather curl up in a ball and cry. Bree realizes that they can be friends after all.
Andrew calls Lynette from the pizzeria: Rick's restaurant is going up in flames! Lynette jumps to the obvious conclusion when she sees Tom walk in just then.
Julie has talked Dylan into attending the ball in a ploy to make her forget all the speculation about her real father. Dylan admits she had fun and happily poses for photos with Katherine -- photos that a mysterious stranger circles in red ink in the next day's paper.
Coming home late from the ball, Julie runs into Orson, who's sleepwalking again. She doesn't know what to think when he says he's sorry to Mike for running him over!
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Posted by Antony on 19 May 2008 10:28 AM
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So quickly desperate Monday comes around again! We are looking forward to tonight's revealing episode. So I will have all our goodies and drinks arranged (Bree style)in front of the big screen TV.Have you ever noticed there's no noise from the chicken house between 2030 and 2130 on Monday nights?
Of course. All remote village desperate chickens line up in front of the TV watching Desperate Housechickens quietly.
They all "ooh" and "wow" and cheer and tear at the same time during the 8.30 hour.
Actually, if you ever pay attention to those chickens at 8.25pm, they all busy brushing their teeth and washing their feet just to get ready for the important 8.30 show.
Now we are confused. Was there a hint last night that Bree's boy set the fire? Now we have to wait for another desperate Monday to come around!
No, those are Lynette's kids. The boys confessed to Lynette that they set the fire up at Rick's new restaurant.