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Now I Know, Don't Be Scared 

As Halloween approaches, Edie's biggest fear comes true when Carlos walks out on their relationship. Meanwhile, Susan discovers that Mike's father, Nick Delfino, whom Mike claimed was dead,... See full summary »

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Gabrielle Lang (as Eva Longoria Parker)
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Carlos Solis (as Richardo Antonio Chavira)
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Danielle Van De Kamp (as Joy Lauren)
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As Halloween approaches, Edie's biggest fear comes true when Carlos walks out on their relationship. Meanwhile, Susan discovers that Mike's father, Nick Delfino, whom Mike claimed was dead, is alive and serving a life prison term. Lynette, cranky through more chemotherapy, tries to deal with a opossum which digs up her front lawn garden. Gabrielle has an uncomfortable meeting with Victor's father, Milton, who tries to bribe her to stay married to Victor for his own political ambitions. Bob and Lee throw a Halloween costume party at their house and invite the whole neighborhood. Despite Bree's attempts to keep the very pregnant Danielle in seclusion, she crashes the party dressed as the pregnant Bree, and fools literally everyone ('sans' Bree, Orson and Andrew). But things take a turn when Danielle goes into labor right in the middle of the party... and somebody has to deliver the baby. Bree recruit es Adam for the delivery and confides in him with their secret. Afterwards, Danielle ... Written by Anonymous

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Tom Scavo: Ok, now you're scaring me.
Lynette Scavo: Why?
Tom Scavo: Look at yourself. You've declared jihad on a possum.
Lynette Scavo: This is not a joke, Tom. Something has attacked our home and, when that happens, you don't just stand by. You fight it! Screw this creature that has come into our lives uninvited and is trying to destroy us! It will not defeat me!
Tom Scavo: OK. You do what you need to do.
Lynette Scavo: Thank you.
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good episode except for one thing
4 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

the episode is great, Danielle is actually maturing in realizing its better if Bree raises the baby. I find myself actually believing Victor won't run but maybe thats naive. I am a huge Mike Farrell fan back from watching episodes of M*A*S*H but he plays a bad guy here. Its nice to see him playing a different type of character. It seems like this episode shows some really crappy dad, including Mike's father. At least he feels bad about what it did to Mike. Finally he admitted how much it hurt Mike, now it would be good for him to say it to Mike. Lynette was hilarious trying to get rid of the possum but realizing that the problem wasn't with a possum but with the cancer. The end of her storyline in this episode was wonderful.Can't wait to see what happens to her next week. I finally am starting to Edie for who she is, someone bad. Overall good episode except for Andrew's costume, that is the worst Cher costume I have seen in a long time.


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