Desperate Housewives: Season 3, Episode 10

The Miracle Song (26 Nov. 2006)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Comedy, Drama, Mystery
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When Ian tells Susan that his parents will be visiting them for Christmas, Susan dumps the news to him that she can't cook. Gabrielle is willing to drop Amy, the worst child in her modeling... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Carlos Solis (as Ricardo Antonio Chavira)
Danielle Van De Kamp (as Joy Lauren)


When Ian tells Susan that his parents will be visiting them for Christmas, Susan dumps the news to him that she can't cook. Gabrielle is willing to drop Amy, the worst child in her modeling consulting class, by getting between her and the girl's father... hunky Bill Pearce. Bree is having misgivings about dumping Orson at the curb after learning about his past with Monique, but begins to see him in a new light when he reveals how his mother conspired with Alma to trick him into marriage. However, Orson's mother Gloria is revealed all this time to be conspiring with Orson's ex-wife Alma, to destroy him. Edie dumps Mike when he gets arrested for the murder of Monique, leading to him to finally see the selfish tramp that Edie really is. Susan tries to help Mike, but Ian resents Susan's meddling with her former boyfriend. The whole neighborhood dumps on Art Shepherd when Lynette spreads the word that she thinks he's a pedophile, which puts a fatal strain on Art's crippled sister ... Written by Moviedude1

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When Orson sits down to turn on the TV with Susan watching surreptitious from the closet in his office, the television turns on to a football game in progress. The play-by-play game announcer is heard to say that the running back is immediately hit at the 42 yard line for a loss, though the running back can plainly be seen on the screen not getting dropped for a loss. See more »


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Wrong decision
9 December 2006 | by See all my reviews

While I understand that the show is primarily a comedy and not realistic, I have to say it was a very bad decision to have Art turn out to be an actual pedophile after all. Firstly, it's not funny. Secondly, and much worse, it plays up to the American public's irrational, stupid fear that anybody they don't know is a murderer or some other monster. Leviathan-like, the U.S. media instills fear in the population on a regular basis, to keep tensions and mistrust alive, so the people won't organize and come up with good alternatives to the established order of things. Sadly, this is seen not just on the news but also in entertainment like this.

Having said that, I guess even this element is par for the course in a show where everybody without exception has dirty secrets. It's TV. It's not reality. And events and characters on a show like this should not be used to shape one's views about reality. And actually, there is a better alternative to this show, also sort of starring a desperate housewife: Weeds. You should watch that.

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