Desperate Housewives (2004–2012)
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In the aftermath of the tornado, Lynette's learns of her family's fate; An incriminating letter, left by Katherine's late aunt, forces her and Adam to come to terms with a dark secret.

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Gabrielle Lang (as Eva Longoria Parker)
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Carlos Solis (as Ricardo Antonio Chavira)
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Danielle Van de Kamp (as Joy Lauren) (credit only)
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In the aftermath of the tornado that has devastated Wisteria Lane, Lynette's husband, Tom, and all their children survived, but Ida Greenburg didn't. Lynette decides to team with Karen McCluskey to have a private memorial service for their neighbor by scattering her ashes on a old baseball field. Meanwhile, Bree and Orson move in with Susan and Julie while their house is being repaired, only to find themselves recruiting Andrew to woo their contractor to get him to finish the damaged roof of their house, while Susan, more emotionally vulnerable and crazy then ever, plots to get Bree to stay to keep her company while Mike is in rehab. Gabrielle learns that Milton Lang has cut her out of her husband's will, leaving her broke, while Carlos is in the hospital blinded from his injuries. Also, Katherine kicks Adam out of their house after finding out that he lied about having an affair with the late Sylvia Greeen, but an incriminating letter left by Katherine's late aunt forces the both of ... Written by Anonymous

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This was the last episode filmed before the writer's strike, and may serve as an early season finale. See more »

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Orson Hodge: He's here, he's queer and we're ok with it!
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Written by Danny Elfman
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the poem
16 December 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There is a scene on the baseball field where they are spreading ashes of Ida Greenburg . Im trying to find title and author of poem they used after spreading the ashes. I find the poem to be very touching and fitting for the scene. I must watch the episode again but am unable to find it on internet. I love the show I find almost every episode to be well written . Im new to this business of being a fan so please bear with me . I will write more as I get time but I've heard disturbing news that show might be cancelled next season . If thats the case I will join in the fight to save it like I've heard the fans did for several TV shows. So long live Desperate Housewives !


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