Desperate Housewives (2004–2012)
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Lynette and Tom stay in a romantic B&B to bring the spark back; After being placed under arrest for allegedly poisoning Paul, Susan must convince the police she's being framed by Felicia; ... See full summary »

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Lynette and Tom stay in a romantic B&B to bring the spark back; After being placed under arrest for allegedly poisoning Paul, Susan must convince the police she's being framed by Felicia; Bree suspects her new boyfriend of being gay; Renee is devastated to learn her ex-husband is getting re-married.

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Get a life!
10 June 2011 | by (Russian Federation) – See all my reviews

What I really don't understand is why they need to (again!) shake the Scavos! Isn't there enough drama in the show already? Their arguing and upcoming divorce seems so unnatural and sucked out of finger. Both characters act weird and completely out of their personalities that the actors have built over the 7 seasons! Why all of a sudden Lynette does become a raging bitch? Why all of a sudden Tom becomes a sad pathetic workaholic? Why try to push trailer park over a huge first class Hawaii vacation!? All that seems unnatural and easily reveals the producers' desire to "spice things up a bit". Don't! It's a wonderful show and it doesn't need yet another "social drama". Instead, why don't you leave the Scavos alone and kill that talentless plastic idiot who plays Bree's son Andrew... whatever his name is. That's who I want to just leave the show forever. Let him rest in peace together with daddy. :-)


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