'Desperate Housewives' Season 6, Episode 8: How to Bribe a Priest - Recap

Let's check the status of the Desperate Housewives after this week's episode.

Gaby tried to bribe a priest, Lynette finally revealed her pregnancy to Carlos, Angie and Bree reached a new level of understanding, Susan turned into a sex-starved fiend, and another girl was strangled on Wisteria Lane. So that means things are normal.

Gaby (Eva Longoria-Parker) is off to another feather to her cap of Gaby's brand of parenting by trying to bribe a priest (in the confession hall nonetheless) to get Juanita on top of the waiting list for a really good Catholic school.

Meanwhile, Lynette's (Felicity Huffman) pregnancy's starting to be too obvious to hide, and she's reduced to wearing guy clothes (but Tom thankfully still found her attractive). Gaby comes over and the twins in her tummy hugged Gaby while the two are hugging.

Moving on, the (frankly annoying) saga between Susan and Katherine (Dana Delaney) is moving on at a glacial pace, and now they tackled sexual differences. The conclusion is kind of corny: that Mike (James Denton) only had the sex part in common with Katherine.

Finally, Angie (Drea de Matteo) discovered Bree's (Marcia Cross) affair and even helped her cover it up with Orson (Kyle MacLachlan) and even helped her cover it up. But she insisted she didn't do it for to save her two-timing ways.

Earlier, Orson did say that he might do something foolish if ever he caught Bree in a compromising situation, so this episode could've ended up with two, and not just one, strangulations if Orson did catch Karl on that immaculate bed.

Next week on Desperate Housewives, crazy Katherine will be at it again. This time, she picks up little MJ from a birthday party before Mike does. Meanwhile, someone else finds out about Bree and Karl (but not Orson, thankfully).

After Lynette is fired from her job, though, she decides to take the company to court, causing some tension between her and Gaby. Finally, someone on Wisteria Lane tries to commit suicide.

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