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Susan looks forward to a romantic date with Mike until she learns a surprising fact; Lynette's neighbor accuses her twins of thievery; Bree learns of Rex's sexual needs; Gabrielle's work adventures continue. Written by Anonymous

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Bree Van De Kamp: Rex and I are hosting a dinner party for 10 next week. We're using our best china and serving duck.
Dr. Albert Goldfine: So, you and Rex are a couple again?
Bree Van De Kamp: Yes. You know, that's one of the things I hated most about our separation, not being able to throw dinner parties. There is just something so civilized and elegant about them, don't you think?
Dr. Albert Goldfine: I take it you've resolved your feelings about his infidelity?
Bree Van De Kamp: Let's just say I've put them in an imaginary box and don't plan on looking at them for a while.
Dr. Albert Goldfine: Do you think...
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Valentine's Day
23 February 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's Valentine's Day on Wisteria Lane, and love is all around.

Susan looks forward to a romantic date with Mike Delfino, until she learns a surprising fact about her favorite plumber. Also, Mike breaks into a neighbors house and is shot and tries to hide it from Susan. Meanwhile, after reconciling their relationship, Bree discovers something new about her husband Rex when it comes to his sexual needs. Lynette's cranky and lonely old neighbor accuses the Scavo twins of thievery as Lynette tries her best to handle the situation. Lastly, Gabrielle's work adventures continue as she gets a gig as a mattress model for the "Siesta King".

This is a brilliant episode as we get to see our main characters deal with their loved ones on Valentine's Day in an awkward way that would provide laughter to the viewer.


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