Desperate Housewives: Season 3, Episode 7

Bang (5 Nov. 2006)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Comedy, Drama, Mystery
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The day begins just as every other... Except today, there will be a deadly hostage situation in a local supermarket.

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Everyone's lives on Wisteria Lane are forever changed when Carolyn Bigsby holds shoppers hostage at a local supermarket after finding out that her husband, the store manager, was involved with the mystery dead woman. Meanwhile, Gabrielle and Carlos finish dividing their assets: Gabrielle gets the house, and Carlos gets everything in it. Susan is preparing to go to Paris with Ian, but cancels when when learns that Julie is one of the hostages along with Austin who was caught shoplifting, as well as the cynical Edie, and Lynette and Nora whom are still feuding over Tom. Also a new guy move into Whisteria Lane into Paul Young's old house; a middle-aged man named Art Shepherd who also ends up being one of the hostages at the mercy of he psycho Carolyn Bigsby. Written by Anonymous

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Susan Mayer: [using speakerphone] "Release Julie and I will take her place. I repeat, release Julie. I will be a model hostage... "
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In short, the best episode of television I think I've ever seen.
6 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In short, the best episode of television I think I've ever seen. This episode, like most of the episodes of Desperate Housewives, does not require previous knowledge of the characters for it to work, although it certainly helps. What's so marvelous about this series is how well each episode works with the one before it and still manages to have its own story arc. This episode is no exception, but here, it just so happens to be the best written one provided by the series so far. The episode starts by giving viewers a taste of things to come, but then backs up one day to start a typical action to action quickly paced comedic episode of Housewives. However, when things catch up to what we saw at the beginning, time slows down. The audience is then given the greatest expose on the characters in front of us we could possibly ask for. Without spoiling the content of the show, I'll go on to say this. This episode jerks at you because nothing about it is disposable. Unlike shows where your supporting characters are merely background music and kill fodder, this show uses nothing but characters you know on both good sides and bad. Buy the entire season on DVD if you have to, it's one of the few gems that television ever sees.


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