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Rex Van De Kamp (Character)
from "Desperate Housewives" (2004)

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Born in 1961. Died in 2005. Rex Van De Kamp is smart... See more »


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  1. "Desperate Housewives"
        - Finishing the Hat (2012) TV episode, Played by Steven Culp
        - Women and Death (2012) TV episode, Played by Steven Culp
        - Remember Paul? (2010) TV episode, Played by Steven Culp
        - The Best Thing That Ever Could Have Happened (2009) TV episode, Played by Steven Culp
        - My Husband, the Pig (2007) TV episode, Played by Steven Culp
          (26 more)

  2. The 3rd Annual TV Land Awards (2005) (TV) Played by Tom Bosley

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From "Desperate Housewives: Love Is in the Air (#1.14)" (2005)
[Bree has agreed to try "dominating" Rex]
Rex: If things do get too rough, we'll have a control word. If one of us says it, the other backs off immediately.
Bree: Okay. So what's our control word?
Rex: Well, lately I've been using "Philadelphia". What's wrong?
Bree: Well, it's just that my Aunt Fern lives in Philadelphia, and I don't want to be thinking about her while I'm spanking you with a leather strap.
Rex: Okay. Fine. You pick a control word.
Bree: Um, how about "Boise"?
Rex: "Boise"?
Bree: What's the matter with "Boise"?
Rex: We're going to be doing psychological role playing here, Bree, and a funny word like "Boise" would ruin the mood. We need something that sounds serious.
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