'Desperate Housewives': Bree Forced To Read Suicide Note In Court

One week before the dramatic series finale of "Desperate Housewives" (Sun., 9 p.m. ET on ABC) saw Bree take the stand in her own defense for the murder of Gabby's stepfather. There was hope on the horizon until a piece of surprise evidence stunned the courtroom. The prosecution brought forth Bree's suicide note.

Even worse, they made her read it aloud in the courtroom. None of it is painting a good picture for her, as she stands in trial for a murder she did not commit. Will Carlos come out of the woodworks with an admission of guilt, or will the series end with Bree unjustly convicted? That seems a bit harsh!

TV Fanatic was hoping maybe that Gaby would come to Bree's rescue and reveal what really happened, but it didn't happen With all the promised excitement previewed at the end of this episode, it looks like the final episode is going to be one to remember, no matter how this trial plays out.

Tune in to the series finale of "Desperate Housewives," next Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.

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