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DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES: Everybody Ought to Have a Maid

October 26, 2009 by  

Hey everyone! I hope everyone had a great weekend and enjoyed tonight’s episode of Desperate Housewives. If any of you have seen pictures of what’s coming up during November sweeps I’m guessing you’re just as ridiculously excited for it as I am.

In this episode, Gabby was accused of being a bad mother. Gabby certainly doesn’t go above and beyond but I would hesitate to label her as a bad mother. I personally don’t see why two seven year olds need to be constantly watched on a play date. And the monkey scene was completely ridiculous. I highly doubt that all the mothers would leave at a birthday party except one.

Katherine is going further off the deep end and now Susan is aware of it. And after shooting Katherine in the arm, albeit accidently, Katherine has one over on Susan. It will be interesting to see how this works out.

Bree is becoming more and more dependent on her affair with Karl and it’s obvious that she feels guilty. Her interactions with the hotel maid make this obvious. I thought this entire storyline was clichéd, especially the confession by the maid that was supposed to have scared Bree straight.

Not much is going on with Lynette besides the fact that she’s going head to head with Karen’s boyfriend who still believes that a man holds the final decision. Obviously his interactions with Tom and Lynette go against this viewpoint.

As far as the Bolens go, the only new reveal this episode was that Nick’s affair with Julie had been discovered by his son before Julie’s attack. Time will tell if the Bolens were involved with her attack.

That’s It for this week! Sorry this is so short, but I didn’t really think anything at all substantial happened in this episode. As always tell me your thoughts below and I’ll see you back here next week.

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