Lynette and Tom feel that it's time for twins Porter and Preston to move out on their own and learn how to become responsible adults. But the boys end up moving out to a pad that's a little too close to home. Meanwhile, as part of Gaby's therapy, she and Carlos pay a visit to her hometown to confront her past and discover that she has left a lasting impression on the town; Keith asks Bree to move to Florida with him to be closer to his son; Susan uses her kidney ailment to garner special treatment in public places; and after sending son Zach to rehab, Paul makes a decision about his life with Beth. Written by
Farewell Letter has numerous events like Lynette and Tom feeling that they need to have their twins - Porter and Preston - experience becoming responsible adults as they asked them to move out on their own.Apparently,they are far from ready as they end up in a pad that is close to the Scavos.LOL Meanwhile,Gabrielle goes under therapy and part of it is to visit her hometown to confront the past events of her life and discover some things that has left an impact in her life.Finally,Keith asks Bree to move with him in Florida to become closer to his son;Susan gets special treatment at public places using it as a privilege having a kidney ailment after sending his son to rehab; and Paul decides upon his marriage with Beth.
The story lines are getting better and interesting.The situations that both Lynette and Gabrielle makes us somewhat watch them closely.One will definitely feel for Bree and Susan as the former is coming to an end with her relationship to her boyfriend and the latter for her kidney ailment.We see a lot of different themes like parenthood,therapy,disability and break-up in one cohesive and coherent episode.Overall,we now realize why this has become one of the best shows ever released on television.
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