i have just been thinking and as u guys all know that Bree is being taken off the show in this season, so with the newest episode( which is her investigation his past,) does any 1 think that Dave will kill her?
For years I've sworn to never watch this show, mostly due to the name. I'm a housewife and I'd hate to consider myself desperate and the women on the show are all gorgeous. If THEY'RE desperate what am I? I've always been afraid it would be unrelatable-beautiful women bustling around from one drama to the next, in their beautiful houses, driving their beautiful cars, flirting with beautiful men, etc. But with the winter tv hiatus I find myself searching for a new show and the ratings and fan base for this one keeps bringing me around to reconsidering. So I'm asking you-Anyone familiar with this show please give me your opinion as to why you love/hate it and whether you recommend it. Thanks =)
that this season isn't really as eventfull as past seasons? The stories are kind of bland and not much happens in them (except for the one with the fire) everything else just doesn't seem right. I feel that they could have done better with this season, so far it's somewhat disapointing.
Every season there is one housewife who is really, really desperate. Season one had Susan being held at gunpoint by that creepy kid who liked Julie a lot. Season Two had Bree being held at gunpoint by another creepy kid who liked her daughter a lot. Talk about repetition. Season three had Edie pretend-hanging herself. You need to be pretty desperate to hang yourself, even if its a pretend-hanging. Season Four had the whole Katherine Mayfair and her ex-husband thing. This year, the writers chose........... Continue Reading!
Was the story line too deep or just what happen to all the black characters on Desperate Housewives? I have been loving this show forever, but do they have to make it so obvious that they have no black people on the show? The entire black family was removed. I saw a black painter a few episodes back inside Susan's house. She was telling him about her man troubles. Is he staying or what?
Hey does anyone know when the next eposiode is supposed to air?
I said right from the start that dave is in wisteria lane to get revenge on mike for the car accident... and i was right, i knew it, cant wait for the next episode!!!!!!!
Desperate housewives is like the best show ever.. i want to know wats gonna happen like .. the final episode of the season...
Actually i m quite happy after seeing this clip i hope you people will also feel the same :D
Earlier this week for our Thanksgiving holiday theme of Favorite TV Families, we gave our favorite TV moms some love, so now it's those TV dads' turn! The roles of fathers on television have evolved over time like the roles of mothers have, though in different ways as mothers on TV often reflect the changes throughout time for women moving from trapped in the kitchen housewives to working moms, and so much more, while to be very general about it, TV dad roles have mostly changed in how involved dads are with the family and how he treats his work life and family life. Since the times of Leave It to Beaver , dads are more involved with their kids, for the most part, than coming home to dinner on the table, and children clean and perfect. Back in the day we'd see dad check in with the family then continue working or play with briefly with the kids before bedtime. As TV has progressed, we still see uninvolved dads who spend most of their time at work, but even those who do work a lot like the lovable Cliff Huxtable, Danny Tanner, or Eric Taylor are still shown very often having meaningful life chats and fun bonding moments with their children, showing that TV dads, just like real dads, have become more involved in their kids lives, no longer assuming children were meant to be left to their housewives to raise and care for... but then you always have your satirical dads like Peter Griffin who don't remember their kids' names - ah, the joy of our fav animated families knocking American life at all times. So, caring and considerate or hilariously inattentive, here are some of our favorite TV dads, so check them out and comment with your own favorites! The Cosby Show : Cliff Huxtable Boy Meets World : Allen Matthews The O.C. : Sandy Cohen Full House : Danny Tanner, Jesse Katsopolis Family Matters : Carl Winslow Who's the Boss? : Tony Micelli Home Improvement : Tim "the Tool Man" Taylor Friday Night Lights : Coach Eric Taylor The Simpsons : Homer Simpson Family Guy : Peter Griffin American Dad! : Steve Smith Arrested Development : George Bluth Sr., Michael Bluth Gossip Girl : Rufus Humphrey Kyle XY : Stephen Trager Big Love : Bill Henrickson That 70's Show: Red Forman Married with Children: Al Bundy Everybody Loves Raymond : Ray Barone, Frank Barone Good Times: James Evans Sr. The Brady Bunch : Mike Brady Sanford & Son: Fred Sanford Desperate Housewives : Carlos Solis Ugly Betty : Ignacio Suarez 90210 : Harry Wilson Check out more Favorite TV Families features: Top Classic Families Top Oddball Families Making the Non-Traditional a Tradition Who's Your Fav TV Mom? Photo courtesy of asidebsidemedia.com