Desperate Housewives: Season 2, Episode 9

That's Good, That's Bad (27 Nov. 2005)

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George stalks Bree, despite her efforts to break up with him. When Bree learns that George was responsible for attempting to murder her therapist, she calls the police on him, leading to a ... See full summary »

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George stalks Bree, despite her efforts to break up with him. When Bree learns that George was responsible for attempting to murder her therapist, she calls the police on him, leading to a confrontation in a hotel room after Bree learns that George was also responsible for Rex's death. Lynette uses some leverage against her supervisor Nina, after catching her frolicking with male receptionist Stu over office politics. After Nina threatens Lynette's job, she persuades Stu to sue the firm, leading to many dismissals and Lynnette gaining Tina's old job. Carlos is finally paroled from prison and returns a new man, and Gabrielle is jealous of his new 'holier-than-thou' nun confidante, sister Mary Bernard. Susan finally meets face-to-face her birth father, Addison Prudy, and tries to begin a relationship with him. But Mr. Purdy reveals that he does not want anything to do with her. Written by Anonymous

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Susan Meets His Real Father
30 March 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"That's Good, That's Bad" had George stalks Bree, despite her efforts to break up with him.Too bad that she experiences another bad luck with men considering that she uses more of her emotions and feelings rather than mistakes she had learned from their experience. It was chilling when she saw him and allowed him to die.Too sad to see Roger Bart go.Lynette takes charge of office politics. I liked how it was handled.It was enjoyable.Meanwhile,Carlos is paroled from prison and returns a new man, and Gabrielle is jealous of his new 'holier-than-thou' confidante who happens to be an evil nun.Finally,we get to see Susan meet her birth father and tries to begin a relationship with him.What will happen between the two of them?Overall, this was a good episode and I can't wait to see the next.


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