Desperate Housewives: Season 2, Episode 4

My Heart Belongs to Daddy (16 Oct. 2005)

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Lynette's son has an imaginary friend, George and Andrew fight over Bree's attention, Susan struggles with the Zack situation, and Gabby has lawyer problems.

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On one of Gabrielle's prison visits to see Carlos she creates a terrible riot, which lands Carlos in hot water when his lawyer Doyle quits. In finding a new lawyer for her husband, Gabrielle meets an interesting attorney, named David Bradley, whom she is attracted to. Susan puts her feelings aside and joins Mike in searching for Zach. When Susan finds Zach living in the streets, she learns of his intentions to get back together with Julie, and feels she must take matters into her own hands to keep him away from her and Julie. Lynette is surprised to find out that her son Parker has an imaginary friend and desperately tries to ensure Parker breaks free from his fantasy friend. George and Andrew both vie for Bree's attention as they both compete in making each other look bad in front of her. Bree continues to be unaware that both her psychopath suitor and her son mean her harm. George takes the conflict too far when he successfully provokes Andrew into attacking him and playing the poor... Written by matt-282

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The watermelon that Bree cuts into is clearly a seedless watermelon, yet the slices she cuts for herself and George have seeds in them, and the number and position of the seeds frequently changes between shots. See more »

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[George has dinner with the Van De Kamps]
Andrew Van De Kamp: So, George, can I ask you a question? And it's kind of personal.
George Williams: Sure.
Andrew Van De Kamp: Have you ever actually been with a woman?
George Williams: [chuckling] Excuse me?
Andrew Van De Kamp: Well, let's be honest. I think it's obvious by the way that you talk and act that you're not a player, so I was just curious to find out if you had ever actually gotten in the game.
George Williams: My experience with women is none of your business.
Andrew Van De Kamp: Oh, I think it is. I mean, you're dating my mom. And we both know that at your age, ...
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Lynette's Son Has An Imaginary Friend
25 March 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

My Heart Belongs to Daddy has Lynette becoming concerned with Parker,who apparently is in need of maternal attention when she learns he has an imaginary friend.Meanwhile, Gabrielle hires an attorney named David Bradley to get Carlos out of jail sooner.It becomes funny when she caused a prison riot.While Susan decides to help Mike in his quest to find Zach.And finally,Bree desperately tries to get George and Andrew to get along.Too bad that is easier said than done.

This is somewhat just like a filler episode when nothing really happens.But nevertheless,I found it interesting when fathers are given the spotlight considering that this show is all about mothers.Also,I found Lynette pretty much needing some maternal advice considering that her son has an imaginary friend since she does not know much how to deal with it.But overall,it nothing is really memorable in it.


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