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8 February, 2010

Being Alive, Desperate Housewives

The exciting Monday again!

Last week on Wisteria Lane, Susan finally married the love of her life - Mike - for the second time. The tension between Susan and Katherine grew. A new family (Angie Bolen) moved into the house where Edie Britt used to live. Carlos has taken in his gorgeous niece, Ana, but Gabrielle has issues with her. Lynette Scavo had a twin coming, Tom was very excited, but not Lynette.

Tonight on the new season of Desperate Housewives (season 6 episode 2: Being Alive):

As the citizens of Fairview try to make sense of a recent attack in their neighbourhood, Lynette withholds a secret from Susan, Gaby gives niece Ana advice on how to get a guy's attention, Bree worries how her affair with Karl will affect her friendship with Susan, and Angie is determined to protect her son and her family's past.

The Desperate Housewives starts on tonight at 8.30pm on Channel 7 after My Kitchen Rules.

Desperate Housewives recap (season 6 episode 1: Nice Is Different Than Good):

Holy cow! We bet good money that Mike's bride would be Susan, but we didn't figure on Katherine going completely cuckoo-for-cocoa puffs after being dumped. So cuckoo that she tries on Susan's wedding dress! And then hijacks the wedding to demand a public apology from Susan. Mike nicely asks Katherine to leave and she seems to come to her senses but Susan offers an apology anyway. Katherine hugs her with a smile, but whispers that it didn't help. Yipes! We doubt these two former best friends will be making up any time soon!

Bree is having second thoughts about her affair with Karl and rejects hotel after hotel as unsanitary. We can't say we're pro-adultery, but when it comes to cheating on Orson, we're willing to turn a blind eye! Especially when his comment to Bree that "a little guilt is a small price to pay for happiness," is just the motivation she needs to make that rendezvous with Karl. "I've booked the hotel," she tells Karl, and we laugh heartily when she adds, "I've already changed the sheets and cleaned the bathroom." Trust Bree to keep a down-and-dirty affair squeaky clean!

Now that Carlos has taken in his gorgeous niece, Ana, Gabrielle has her hands full trying to keep her boy-crazy, late-night-partying ways under control. Ana threatens to run away to fulfill her dream of becoming a model. We were sure Gaby would be thrilled to see her go, but instead she signs the papers making her Ana's legal guardian, saying, "I wish someone had been this mean to me when I was your age."

We laugh at how quickly Lynette brings another expectant mother to tears at the doctor's by telling her how her child will grow up to "hate you and steal from your purse." But we're not laughing when Lynette confesses to Tom that she doesn't love the twins she's carrying. He tries to reassure her that she'll feel differently once they're born, but we -- and Lynette -- remain unconvinced.

A new family moves to the block and we know they're anything but "nice and normal," as Angie Bolen wants her neighbors to think. Angie's back is horribly scarred and teenage son Danny is sullen and temperamental. We've already pegged Danny as this season's troublemaker, but when his father, Nick, comments that Julie, who's been tutoring Danny, is "way out of (Danny's) league," we' find it more than a little creepy.

We can't believe our eyes when when Julie is strangled by an unknown assailant, but we've already got a list of suspects: There's Danny, whom Karen witnessed arguing with Julie, and Katherine, who's got a whopper of a grudge against Susan. We do not envy the person who has to break the news to Susan!


Posted by Antony on 8 February 2010 11:45 AM | Desperate Housewives

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