With the holidays over, Desperate Housewives wasted no time picking up right where we left off before the break.
I thought that " What's to Discuss, Old Friend " was fast-paced and will be pleased if the remainder of the season follows suit. There’s mu more
Welcome back, Desperate Housewives fans. It’s certainly been awhile, and you might need to refresh your memory from where we last left off. You can skim the fall finale recap here , but let’s just run through the basics – Lynette confessed her murder secr more
'Desperate Housewives,' Season 8, Episode 10, 'What's to Discuss, Old Friend': TV Recap. Five weeks after the last new episode of "Desperate Housewives," the series offers up an hour-full of blah that barely moves the plotline. It’s almost an insult to th more
Devoted viewers of Desperate Housewives know they can always count on an episode before a mid-season break or a season finale to dispense drama, emotional conflict and suspense – and tonight was no exception. Due to the events of the previous week, no one more
Just as it seemed our accomplice-to-murder friends were about to get nailed by Fairview detective extraordinaire Chuck Vance, someone nixed Mr. Vance himself. Chuck got run over by a car, the night before he was to open an official investigation into the more
" Suspicion Song " was all about exposing weaknesses.
While I thought that this episode moved somewhat slower than I expected, I still enjoyed it very much. However, I must admit that most of the storylines seemed predictable and I was only mostly intr more
The opening monologue for tonight’s Desperate Housewives included the words “but so many secrets led to a falling out” and as we move deeper and deeper into the season, we’re starting to see just how much this statement is true. The four ladies are, and h more
Detective Chuck Vance has come this close (image: finger/thumb nearly together) to figuring out that the Wisteria Lane gals have a connection to the missing, and dead, person whose case he’s following, namely Gabby’s stepfather. http://blogs.wsj.com/speak more