The residents of Wisteria Lane finally learn Martha Huber's fate when her body is discovered, and the truth has unexpected consequences for Susan. After learning that Mrs. Huber left behind a journal, Susan is forced to confess to Edie about her role in the fire that burned down Edie's house who takes her to a location to scatter Mrs. Huber's ashes. Meanwhile, Bree finds her new beau, George, getting a little too close for comfort, leading him to shoot himself in the foot. While taking yoga classes, Lynnette takes advantage of Parker's shaved head and uses it to play on the symphony of the no-nonsense receptionist who thinks that Parker has cancer, and allows Lynette's children in the day care center. Carlos returns after making bail, but his homecoming isn't quite what Gabrielle had in mind for he is under house arrest, making it difficult for either of them to make money. Also, Mike's employer, the shady Noah Taylor, terminates Mike's services at Wisteria Lane. But Mike refuses to ... Written by
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When Carlos pulls Gabrielle down to the sofa for a neck massage, he places the 'fried chicken' bucket by his side on the sofa. There is no movement to indicate he moves the bucket elsewhere, as he is giving a massage to Gabrielle. Yet when Gabrielle stands up and refuses to have a baby, the bucket has disappeared. A few moments later, when Carlos is shown to be leaning back on the sofa, he has the bucket held in his arm. See more
Mary Alice Young
Death is inevitable. It's a promise made to each of us at birth. But before that promise is kept, we all hope something will happen to us... whether it's the thrill of romance, the joy of raising a family, or the anguish of great loss. We all hope to experience something that make our lives meaningful, but the sad fact is not all lives have meaning. Some people spend their time on this planet just sitting on the sidelines waiting for something to happen to them... before it's too late.