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"Desperate Housewives" A Humiliating Business (2010)

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Writers:
Marc Cherry (creator)
Marco Pennette (written by)
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Original Air Date:
7 November 2010 (Season 7, Episode 7)
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Plot:
Susan begrudgingly accepts Lynette's offer to be baby Paige's nanny; Bree is embarrassed to tell Keith... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Larry Shaw 
 
Writing credits
Marc Cherry (creator)

Marco Pennette (written by)

Produced by
Matt Berry .... executive producer
Marc Cherry .... executive producer
Bob Daily .... executive producer
David Flebotte .... co-executive producer (as Dave Flebotte)
Jeff Greenstein .... executive producer
David Grossman .... executive producer
Stephanie Hagen .... producer
Josann McGibbon .... co-executive producer
Sara Parriott .... co-executive producer
Marco Pennette .... executive producer
George W. Perkins .... executive producer
Larry Shaw .... executive producer
Charles Skouras III .... producer
Annie Weisman .... co-producer
Dana N. Wilson .... associate producer (as Dana Wilson)
Sabrina Wind .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Steve Jablonsky 
 
Cinematography by
David J. Miller (director of photography) (as David Miller)
 
Film Editing by
Karen Castañeda 
 
Casting by
Scott Genkinger 
Junie Lowry-Johnson 
 
Production Design by
Erik Carlson  (as P. Erik Carlson)
 
Art Direction by
Brian Jewell 
 
Set Decoration by
Erica Rogalla 
 
Costume Design by
Catherine Adair 
 
Makeup Department
James Dunham .... key hair stylist
John M. Elliott Jr. .... department head make-up artist (as John Elliott)
Gabor Heiligenberg .... department head hair stylist
Oney Syers II .... hair stylist
Kate Best .... makeup artist: Vanessa Williams (uncredited)
Kathryn Fenton .... additional makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Luke Haberkorn .... post-production supervisor
Amanda Roberts .... production supervisor (as Amanda K. Roberts)
Charles Skouras III .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jason Z. Kemp .... second assistant director
Tara Nicole Weyr .... first assistant director
Brian Avery Galligan .... second second assistant director (uncredited)
Valerie Johnson .... second second assistant director (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Chuck McSorley .... property master
Randy Molique .... on set dresser
Steven Samanen .... assistant art director
George Torres .... floor coverer
Gary Hidalgo .... paint foreman/sign writer (uncredited)
Melissa James .... art department coordinator (uncredited)
Melissa McSorley .... prop food stylist (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Agamemnon Andrianos .... production sound mixer
Jeff Gunn .... foley artist
Ken Kobett .... re-recording mixer (as Kenneth Kobett)
Ryan Maguire .... foley mixer
Mark McBryde .... additional foley artist
Robb Navrides .... sound supervisor
Mike Olman .... re-recording mixer (as Michael Olman)
Douglas Shamburger .... boom operator (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Mark DiSarro .... special effects coordinator
Alan Roberts .... second unit coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
David Carriker .... visual effects supervisor
 
Stunts
Wally Crowder .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Billy Craft .... dimmer operator
Tomislav Culina .... key grip: second unit
Jamal J. Farley .... lighting technician
Kevin 'Rambo' Fitzgerald .... grip
Rory Robert Knepp .... camera operator
Didier Koskas .... key grip (as Didier S. Koskas)
Paul Plannette .... camera operator
John 'J.P.' Rodriguez .... second assistant camera
Chis Rountree .... grip
Jeff Therieau .... rigging grip
Lon Thompson .... chief lighting technician
Eric Schilling .... Steadicam operator (uncredited)
Randy Shanofsky .... first assistant camera: "a" camera (uncredited)
Ingrid Hartman Sugar .... film loader (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sue Crosby .... additional costume
Joyce Unruh .... costume supervisor (as Joyce Unruh Goodwin)
Karo Vartanian .... costume supervisor
Tami Eldridge .... costumer (uncredited)
Susan Roberts .... set costumer (uncredited)
Jacqueline Wazir .... assistant costume designer (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Nick Corney .... post production coordinator
Iris Hershner .... assistant editor
Todd Bochner .... colorist (uncredited)
Greg Pastore .... colorist: dailies (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Danny Elfman .... theme by
David Sibley .... music supervisor
Ben Zales .... music editor
Frank Macchia .... music preparation (uncredited)
Pieter A. Schlosser .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
Nathan Whitehead .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Robert J. Young .... transportation coordinator (as Robert Young)
Michael Avallon .... transportation (uncredited)
John Embry .... driver (uncredited)
Brian McQuown .... transportation captain (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Miles Crowe .... production staff
David A. Foster .... location manager (as David Foster)
Jason Ganzel .... executive story editor
Deborah George .... production staff
Linda Leifer .... script supervisor
Lisa McNeil .... script supervisor: B unit
Sam Miller .... production staff
Tony Milus .... production staff
Joslyn C. Paul .... production staff
Clarence Pruitt .... production staff
Julianne Weick .... production coordinator (as Julianne Weick-Maunder)
Amy Wohl .... production accountant
Michelle Roca .... set production assistant (uncredited)
 

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Marc Cherry  creator

Produced by
Bruce Zimmerman .... supervising producer (2005-)
 
Art Direction by
Kim Hix 
 
Makeup Department
Lindsay Gores .... assistant makeup artist
Tegan Taylor .... makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Max Berryhill .... second assistant director (as M.C. 'Max' Berryhill)
Michael Helfand .... second assistant director
Michael Melamed .... second second assistant director (as Michael R. Melamed)
Brendalyn Richard .... day-player additional second assistant director
Brendalyn Richard .... second second assistant director: second unit
 
Art Department
Cate Bangs .... set designer
Jarid Boyce .... storyboard artist
Chuck Herrmann .... assistant property master
Lance Larson .... assistant props
Victor M. Shannon .... plasterer foreman
 
Sound Department
Javier Bennassar .... sound editor
Glenn E. Berkovitz .... production sound mixer
Rob Cunningham .... boom operator: second unit
Klair Ethridge .... boom operator: second unit
Lee Gilmore .... foley editor
Thomas Giordano .... boom operator: second unit (multiple episodes)
Jeff Gomillion .... adr mixer
Mark C. Grech .... boom operator: second unit
Philip Rogers .... adr recordist
Craig T. Rosevear .... foley editor
 
Special Effects by
Matt Kutcher .... special effects supervisor
Jennifer M. Sheppard .... special effects office coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
Louis Bravo .... visual effects editor
Darren Frankel .... VP, post production: Stargate Digital
Sid Jayakar .... digital compositor
Christopher Keithley .... matte painter
Frank Lawas .... visual effects I/O supervisor
Rob Reinhart .... digital compositor (as Robert Reinhart)
Victor Scalise .... digital compositor
Cedric Tomacruz .... matte painter
Peter V. Ware .... visual effects exective producer
Doug Witsken .... digital compositor
Chris Wright .... visual effects producer
Fabio Zapata .... digital effects
 
Stunts
Jeff Brockton .... stunt double
Wendi Bromley .... stunt double: Teri Hatcher and Eva Longoria
Chase Coleman .... stunt performer
Dennis Fitzgerald .... stunt double: Mark Moses
Cody Gill .... stunt double
Dina L. Margolin .... stunt double
Jenny Tallent .... stunt double
Jenny Tallent .... utility stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jeff Andrus .... rigger
Craig Bilodeau .... rigging grip
Ffilip Bolton .... rigging electrician
Shane Buttle .... set lighting technician
Joe Chess .... Steadicam operator
Xiomara Comrie .... assistant camera
Jesse Crusing .... additional electrician
Lance Dickinson .... electrician
Ryan French .... rigging electrician
Barry Gross .... electrician
Craig Horwitz .... rigging electrician
Greg Jarrett .... lighting technician
Chelsea Low .... Steadicam operator
Bill-Brady Majors .... key rigging grip
Ken Metz .... grip
Bob Myers .... rigging grip
Morten Petersen .... rigging best boy electric
Jim Petretti .... electrician
Brendon Phillips .... rigging electrician
Michael Piekutowski .... rigging electrician
Justin Portwood .... grip
Robert J. Reilly .... rigging grip
Brooks Robinson .... Steadicam operator: second unit
Roland Simmons .... lighting technician
Frank Sims .... rigging grip
John Spezzano .... dolly grip
Joseph D. Urbanczyk .... additional camera operator
Peter Vazquez .... director of photography: effects unit
Naomi Villanueva-Brunner .... camera loader (as Naomi Villanueva)
 
Casting Department
Brad Kenny .... extras casting
 
Editorial Department
Ryan Michael Miller .... editor: title sequence: yU+co.
Abraham Park .... post-production: Touchstone Television
Randy Starnes .... final color timer
 
Music Department
Steven Cahill .... music producer
Michael Dittrick .... music editor
Bruce Fowler .... orchestrator
Alan Meyerson .... music scoring mixer
Patrick Spain .... score assistant engineer
 
Transportation Department
Darrell Dubovsky .... driver
Brian Joseph Moore .... driver: props truck (seasons 1 and 2)
Dana Schisler .... driver
 
Other crew
Kristen Anthony .... production assistant
Ursula Brauner .... dog trainer
Holli Bremer .... production assistant
Erik Carlson .... production staff
Neil Clark .... computer graphic artist
Kerrigan Janet Daily .... publicist (2005)
Erin Felentzer .... publicist
Shilo Frontierro .... additional set production assistant
Mark Gerald .... production paramedic
Greg Goren .... production assistant (2005-)
Kyra Green .... production staff
Jill Hoppy .... production assistant
Ryan Krayser .... production assistant
Victoria LaFortune .... production executive
Damien Lubiak .... production assistant: pilot
Omar McClinton .... post-production finance: Touchstone Television
Stephanie A. Purdy .... animal trainer
Willy Roberts .... production assistant
Denise Rosen .... production accountant
Yolanda Santosa .... title designer
Adam Schindler .... unspecified assistant
Rainbow Shalom Hayes .... craft service (as Rainbow-Shalom Johnson)
Alexa Sheehan .... production assistant (as Alexa Motley)
Joshua Stickler .... production assistant
Jenny Tallent .... lead stand-in
Shawn Tanaka .... assistant: Felicity Huffman
Patrick Tarpey .... animal trainer
John Trujillo .... layout board
Matt Tulve .... production assistant
Andre C. Verderame .... set production assistant
Troy Waters .... marine coordinator
Garson Yu .... title designer
 
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60 min
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Women's Issues, 2 September 2014
Author: Intern2014 from United States

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

A Humiliating Business was a great episode for the seventh season of The Desperate Housewives.Before I discuss the reasons,let us recall the important events that happened.

Renee makes a job proposition to Lynette that is hard to refuse.After some consideration,Lynette offers Susan to become the babysitter for Paige which she accepts with lots of hesitation.Meanwhile,Bree and Beth are into uncomfortable situations as the former is unwilling to tell Keith that she is going through her menopause stage and the latter is beginning to question her her husband's motives in their marriage.Finally,Gabrielle becomes suspicious and feels a lot of discomfort as well just like Bree and Beth after her gay neighbor Bob strikes up a friendship with Carlos.

No question that this show was superb as we get to see many inconveniences and discomforts that most of the housewives are feeling and experiencing.Some of them can also be humiliating.These moments made is extremely funny and entertaining. It was also shocking in the sense that viewers particularly women can really relate to the issues being faced by the housewives.In the end,one can only feel with anticipation with what happens next in the succeeding episode of the seventh season.

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