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They Asked Me Why I Believe in You 

Susan helps her dear friend in financial trouble; Lynette is forced to go out to bars with her man-hungry boss; Bree is allowed to re-bury Rex; Gabrielle hires David Bradley to defend ... See full summary »

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Carlos Solis (as Ricardo Antonio Chavira)
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Susan helps her dear friend in financial trouble; Lynette is forced to go out to bars with her man-hungry boss; Bree is allowed to re-bury Rex; Gabrielle hires David Bradley to defend Carlos, but rejects him; More of the Applewhite's past is shown; Paul Young returns. Written by matt-282

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Lynette (Felicity Huffman) dances at the bar to the song "Boogie Shoes" by KC and the Sunshine Band; Huffman danced to the same song playing Dana Whitaker on the show "Sports Night" See more »

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At the cemetery, the number of flowers in Bree's hand changes between shots. See more »

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Boogie Shoes
Written by Harry Wayne Casey (uncredited) and Richard Finch (uncredited)
Performed by KC & The Sunshine Band
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More Like A Filler Episode
27 March 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In They Asked Me Why I Believe in You,Loony Moon,who happens to be Susan's long-time friend and book agent,gets into trouble financially.Also,Lynette is forced to keep up with her female boss' trip to the bars night after night as she happens to in need of male companionship.While Bree finds out abut Rex's feelings towards her before her death.Meanwhile,Gabrielle hires,David Bradley as Carlos' lawyer to defend her husband on court.Finally,Betty is guilty after knowing that an innocent man has been arrested for a crime committed by her son.This happens to be an okay episode but it was far from good and great unlike the two first episodes.Nevertheless,it will provide the viewer fun entertainment despite the stories seems to be just like a filler for better episodes to come.


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