Lynette is called in to her kids' school as Parker has gone from being obsessed with Dinosaurs to being obsessed with female nudity. Carlos and Gabrielle must go to court to get custody of ... See full summary »

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Lynette is called in to her kids' school as Parker has gone from being obsessed with Dinosaurs to being obsessed with female nudity. Carlos and Gabrielle must go to court to get custody of their baby, Lily, after they "steal" her from the hospital nursery ward. But they find their court victory for temporary custody bittersweet when Gabrielle resents the baby's crying and enlists their Chinese housekeeper Xiao-Mei's help. Bree's overbearing father Henry and stepmother Eleanor come to town to mediate between Andrew and her after postponing the court trial for Andrew's emancipation. When Henry and Eleanor decide to take Andrew back to live with them in Rhode Island, Bree and a surprising objective ally craftily make sure they find out about his homosexuality. Convinced that Karl doesn't really love Edie, Susan goes to a movie theatre alone and spots Mike with a date. This turn of events leads to Susan making a new friend when she has a run-in with dentist Orson Hodge, whom she confides ... Written by Anonymous

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Andrew Van De Kamp: Well, could you live with a woman who hits you?
Eleanor Mason: Bree!
Bree: Oh, I slapped him once and he deserved it!
Andrew Van De Kamp: I just asked her to stop drinking.
Henry Mason: You were drinking?
Eleanor Mason: She's in A.A. Her sponsor has long hair.
Bree: Andrew, I find your concern ironic given how tanked you were when you ran over our neighbor's mother with your car!
Eleanor Mason: Is she okay?
Bree: She's dead!
Andrew Van De Kamp: Well, mom watched as her boyfriend committed suicide. And he was the same guy who killed dad!
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Desperate Housewives and The Golden Girls
16 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

In Desperate Housewives episode #2.19, "Don't Look at Me," the opening scene with Mrs. Pate explaining to Lynette what her son had been doing with a ginger snap and a fellow student, series creator Marc Cherry is showing his roots. The name of that student is Cindy Lou Peoples, which was a name used in Cherry's earlier, brilliant series, "The Golden Girls."

In that episode, "Home Again Rose, Part 1," Rose (Betty White) had been unable to attend her high school reunion due to illness, so later, when they read an announcement for another, completely unknown, class reunion, they decide to make it Rose's. Upon arriving, each Girl picks up a nametag from the "no-show" table: Sophia is Myron Zuckerman and former Spanish teacher Mrs. Gonzalez; Blanche is the much-loathed Susan; Rose as Korean exchange student Kim Fong Toi, who looks "different on outside, same on inside"; and Dorothy, as Cindy Lou Peoples, who life seemed "almost as boring as" hers, until she is named Queen of the prom!


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