Look Into Their Eyes and You See What They Know
Last Week on Wisteria Lane, Dave Williams (Dash) planned a perfect way to make Mike suffer so he could take the revenge of the car accident - Mike killed his wife and daughter. Just as planned, Edie called Dave as she discovered the real reason Dave insisted on moving to Fairview. Lucy has been extremely bossy to everybody in the company, Lynette wasn't happy, and Carlos ended up firing her after she wrongly accused a cleaner.
Orson wanted Bree to sell her business. Bree initially agreed, but pulled out at the last minutes. Orson decided to steal again. This time, on the way out, he caused Edie to have an accident.
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After the shocking news of a housewife's death spreads throughout Wisteria Lane, the women take a road trip together to return their friends ashes to her family as they try to make sense of their loss.
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Last week's Mary Alice Young quote:
“Dave Williams had been planning the murder for years. And like all the best plans, it was a simple one. First, he would guide Mike Delfino and Katherine Mayfair to a remote cabin. The next morning, he'd pretend to be asleep as the two lovers left to go hiking. Dave would then grab the gun he'd carefully hidden... and start to follow his quarry.
He'd wait until the two had paused for a moment to catch their breath and then he'd pull the trigger... breaking the heart of the man who had killed his wife.
When the ranger arrived, they would mention the reports of illegal hunters in the area. And Dave would drive Mike back home, all the while enjoying his pain.
Yes, Dave Williams had come up with a very simple plan. But as he was about to discover... There is nothing simple about murder.”
“Yes, life is full of nasty shocks.
And they always seem to occur when we least expect them.
And once our system has been jolted, the question becomes, will we survive?”
Last time on Desperate Housewives, (Season 5 episode 18, A Spark. To Pierce the Dark.):
Dave calls the park ranger to report "some people hunting illegally" up near where he, Mike and Katherine will go camping. It's the last stage in his plan to lure Katherine and Mike to a remote spot, kill Katherine and then savor Mike's grief.
Edie is sent a fax that names Mike as the man responsible for the death of Dave's wife and child, but she is out of fax paper. She defends Dave to Karen, who thinks she's misjudged him after hearing that Dave had lost a wife and young daughter.
Susan is shocked to see Karl at her school, where he's just enrolled his young son, Evan. She tells him not to let on to the staff that they used to be married, as she doesn't think having two ex-husbands looks good. She's disturbed when Evan draws a picture of a man stabbing another man to death for an assignment to draw "something that makes him happy."
Karl thinks Susan is just being bitter when he's summoned at the school to discuss the drawing. The principal is horrified when Susan tells Karl to shut up, and even more so when she throws red paint in Karl's face. Susan decides it's a good time to admit she and Karl were married.
Lucy announces to Carlos and company that they'll be working nights to land a $10 million deal, ignoring Lynette's protests that she has to coach her daughter's basketball game on Friday nights. Carlos agrees to think about asking Lucy to "dial it down a bit," when Lynette complains that Lucy is driving the employees crazy.
At his psychiatrist's Orson admits that he steals to hurt Bree. "Each day for the past year, you have brought me, inch by inch, slice by slice, brought me closer to being a eunuch." He tells Bree,"I wanted to be your partner. You made me your employee." He says she saves all her passion for her company. "I thought I wouldn't mind being Mr. Bree Van De Kamp, but it's killing me."
With Orson by her side, Bree makes a call to a Mr. Dinsmore who had been looking to buy her out. But at her office, she looks fondly over her many plaques and certificates. Orson tells Dinsmore that Bree wants to spend more time with the family. "Her sole pursuit now is to be Mrs. Orson Hodge."
As Orson shows Mr. Dinsmore around, Andrew protests that Bree need not give up everything she's worked so hard for, just because Orson is unhappy. "If he loves you, why would he want you to stop doing what makes you happy?" he wants to know, and Bree doesn't have an answer.
Dinsmore returns with the contract and Bree asks for a moment alone with Orson before signing it. She tells him she'd like to wait to sell the company. "Just give me one year," she said. "Is this really something you want me to give up?" she asks after telling him how happy it makes her. His answer is "Yes."
Dinsmore returns and Bree announces, "I'm not selling." Orson warns her that he's likely to start stealing again. "Steal what you must, my love," she tells him, "but it won't be my company."
Gabby wants to have a quickie with Carlos before he goes back to work but he's too tired. Since everyone else now has a job, Gabby has coffee with Tom. She bitches that Carlos is too busy to have sex. Tom informs her that "guys always want to do it. You have to get past the tired adult to find the horny teen inside."
Lynette brings Lucy a glass figurine to add to her prized collection as a peace offering. But Lucy isn't buying it, saying she knows Lynette is the one who complained about her to Carlos and to consider Fridays a "permanent work night."
Gabby greets Carlos in a sexy teddy when he comes home and shoves him onto the bed. He asks if they can "spice it up a bit," and ties her to the bed, but once she's tied up, he bids her good night and goes to get some sleep. The next morning, she finds a pair of new shoes as an apology. She drags the girls to the office, leaving them with Lynette, and goes to confront Carlos. "Think you can buy me off with presents?" she demands. He points out that she's the one who insisted he take this job. "We've made these mistakes before Carlos, for God's sake, let's not make them again." He tells her he can't walk out on his obligations.
The Solis girls are bored at the office. They spy Lucy's glass figurines and ask to play with them. Lynette sees her chance to settle things with Lucy and pushes the children towards the figurines. Lucy finds the girls in her office and assumes they're the children of the maid who's there cleaning up. Carlos hears her yelling at his girls and fires her. "The old Carlos would do anything to be the best," she says, defending how hard she's been pushing the employees, and he replies, "I guess I'm not the old Carlos anymore."
At school, Evan's next drawing is of a man attacking a woman. This time, Susan only shows the drawing to Karl, not the school psychologist. as it might get Evan expelled. Karl reveals that his wife left them six weeks ago. "You must be loving this," he tells Susan. "Since I did the exact same thing to you." She admits she used to hope he knew what she'd been through, but now that he does, she can only say, "I'm so sorry."
Mike and Katherine go on an early morning hike, while Dave pretends to sleep in. He quickly follows them with his rifle.
At the same time, Edie finally installs fax paper and receives the article. She calls Dave on his cell, just as Dave takes a shot at Katherine. Dave misses and runs after Mike and Katherine to ask if they're okay. Understandably, they want to go home.
Orson decides to sleep on the couch that night, but goes for a late-night prowl instead.
Bree, Katherine and Mike return to Fairview. Dave goes home to find Edie waiting up for him. He says he can explain and she wants him to start with why he married her. "Tell me the truth, you freak!" She shouts. "Did you move here to hurt Mike Delfino?" He admits he did. "He destroyed everything I ever loved. I need to make things right."
She grabs the phone to call Mike but Dave snatches it away from her. He starts to choke her but then stops and she runs out of the house.
Orson, wearing a ski mask, is attacked by the elderly woman whose home he broke into and stumbles out of her house, disoriented. Edie is driving frantically, trying to dial at the same time. She swerves to avoid Orson, who's in the middle of the street and crashes into an electricity pole. She survives the crash, but when she steps out of the car, she is electrocuted by a downed wire.
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Posted by Antony on 22 June 2009 6:02 PM
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dave wont stop at nothing he od what ever it takes he will kill everyone all their lives will be riuned you wait and you see wacth this this a polt