Desperate Housewives: Season 2, Episode 18

Everybody Says Don't (2 Apr. 2006)

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Bree overcomes her alcohol addiction by falling in love with her AA-sponsor Peter, only to find he's also a recovering sex-addict, so he passes her on to a woman. Meanwhile, Lynette is torn... See full summary »

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Bree overcomes her alcohol addiction by falling in love with her AA-sponsor Peter, only to find he's also a recovering sex-addict, so he passes her on to a woman. Meanwhile, Lynette is torn between testifying at Andrew's emancipation trial in his favor, as he claims to be systematically abused by Bree, or in hers. So, she tests his eagerness to become able (trough his trust-fund) to afford an expensive car. If only he had learned from Bree appearances must be kept up always and everywhere! When Edie finds out from Dr. Ron McCreadie about Susan and Karl's re-marriage behind her back, Edie demands Karl to pay her a wedding that he cannot afford and forces Susan to organize it all. When Gabrielle and Carlos learn that Libby, the girl who promised them her unborn baby, is engaged to the bouncer in the strip-club where she waitresses, they try to pay her off as well as get Libby's boyfriend, Frank, to waive paternity rights prior to birth, but the sale still has a hidden defect... Felicia ... Written by KGF Vissers

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When Bree is talking to Lynette about what Lynette would say to Andrew's lawyer, in the shots facing Bree her right hand is on top of her arm, but from behind, her hand is under her arm. This happens again in the next shots. See more »

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Gabrielle: We were supposed to have four weeks. She promised me the baby wasn't due for four more weeks. We don't have anything! We don't, we don't have diapers, and we don't have the stuff babies drink.
Lynette: Formula.
Gabrielle: Exactly. We're not ready! You know, this is a total inconvenience.
Lynette: Welcome to parenthood. Come on.
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Losing Steam
7 April 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode,Gabrielle gets to hold her and Carlos's baby for the first time after Libby gives birth.Later,they both learn the truth about their baby.We get curious how both will embrace parenthood particularly Gaby. Also,we get to see Lynette kiss and make up with Bree.She is forced to give a court deposition about her drinking and alcoholism. With the latest development of Bree's drinking,I felt that it could have been more interesting and intriguing.Finally,Paul Young comes to face his demons head on with Wisteria Lane.The episode is losing steam as it is about to end.There is less intrigue and some story lines are getting a little bit boring.It is probably fair to say that the first season was better compared to this one.


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