Desperate Housewives (May 17, ABC)
Flashing forward, backward and sideways is so yesterday, so Housewives will have to stoop to tried-and-true plot twists to wow the Wisteria Lane faithful. Right? Wrong. Using words such as “killer” and “fantastic” to sum up the two-hour finale, Neal McDonough (who plays Edie’s murderous hubby, Dave) told us, “What [series creator] Marc Cherry has come up with is amazing. The fans are going to love it.” But will a certain Housewife love the surprising news her doctor has for her? Source: TV Guide Online
Episodes 5.23 and 5.24: Everybody Says Don’t / If It’s Only in Your Head (Season finale)
Airdate: May 17, 2009 from 9 to 11 p.m.
Hour 1 written by John Pardee and Joey Murphy; directed by Bethany Rooney; Hour 2 written by Jeffrey Richman; directed by David Grossman
The previous four finales have featured eight deaths, four characters held at gunpoint, three weddings, three new kids, two women arrested, two affairs revealed, the beginning of an affair, an engagement, an almost-engagement, a kidnapping, a fake suicide, a fake pregnancy, a hit and run, over a hundred thousand in stolen drug money, and a woman attacked with a hockey stick.
Gaby’s niece Ana (Maiara Walsh) moves in with her.
Orson threatens to blackmail Bree over the robbery she committed. A menacing thug threatens Orson to stay away from Bree. Bree can’t comprehend the beating Orson receives. Richard Burgi guest stars as Karl.
Lynette’s upset with Tom’s idea that he go back to school, but she eventually adapts. Is Lynette’s cancer back? Nope, she’s pregnant!
Susan accepts Dave’s “friendly” gesture. Gale Harold continues to appear as Jackson. Lily Tomlin appears as Roberta. Dave’s finally ready to have his revenge, and both Susan and MJ are in danger. Before Mike and Katherine can elope, he’s called away to deal with an emergency. The mystery comes to an end.
Reportedly, the show has dropped the plan to have a character from the first two seasons return in the show’s final five minutes. Instead, the season will, however, end with a jaw-dropping twist that Marc Cherry came up with at the last minute.
Near the end of the show, DH will take a small step into the future; nowhere near as much as five years, but perhaps more like the six months between the end of season 2 and the start of season 3, or even the one month jump near the beginning of season 4. In the final minutes, a couple will marry.
‘Desperate Housewives’ Season 5 Finale Preview
Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
Susan asks Mike whether he really loves Katherine, Lynette wonders if it’s cancer coming back and Dave makes a confession, in the 2-hour season finale of ‘Desperate Housewives’.
There will be a two-hour event on Sunday, May 17 for the last two episodes of “Desperate Housewives” season 5. “Everybody Says Don’t” airs first at 9/8c, followed by “If It’s Only in Your Head” at 10/9c. In “Everybody”, Lynette is upset with Tom for his latest “bright idea”. Orson threatens to blackmail Bree, and Susan accepts Dave’s “friendly” gesture. In “Head”, as Lynette adapts to Tom’s decision to go back to school, Orson takes a beating that Bree cannot comprehend, Gaby’s niece moves to Wisteria Lane, and Susan and MJ’s lives are in grave danger at the hands of Dave. “Desperate Housewives” has been renewed for a 6th season by ABC. Whether or not her character is really in danger that she may not be back next season, Teri Hatcher told E! Online, “I intend on having a job on Desperate Housewives next year, but it’s definitely (a) dramatic (finale).”
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Dave takes care of Jackson (Gale Harold).
WILL DAVE’S PLANS TO AVENGE HIS WIFE AND CHILD’S DEATH COME TO FRUITION?, ON THE SEASON FINALE OF ABC’S “DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES”
ABC concludes the season of “Desperate Housewives” in a highly anticipated two-hour telecast, SUNDAY, MAY 17 (9:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
n the first hour, entitled “Everybody Says Don’t” (9:00-10:00 p.m.), Gaby runs into an old acquaintance who’s lost everything, Lynette is upset with Tom for his latest “bright idea,” Orson threatens to blackmail Bree, and Susan accepts Dave’s “friendly” gesture. The season’s mystery and suspense come to a shocking end in the second hour, “If It’s Only in Your Head” (10:00-11:00 p.m.), as Lynette adapts to Tom’s decision to go back to school, Orson takes a beating that Bree cannot comprehend, Gaby’s niece moves to Wisteria Lane, and Susan and MJ’s lives are in grave danger at the hands of Dave.
Clips of this telecast will be available at http://www.abcmedianet.com the week prior to air.
“Desperate Housewives” stars Teri Hatcher as Susan Mayer, Felicity Huffman as Lynette Scavo, Marcia Cross as Bree Hodge, Eva Longoria Parker as Gabrielle Solis, Nicollette Sheridan as Edie Britt, Ricardo Antonio Chavira as Carlos Solis, Doug Savant as Tom Scavo, Kyle MacLachlan as Orson Hodge, Dana Delany as Katherine Mayfair, Neal McDonough as Dave, Shawn Pyfrom as Andrew Van De Kamp, Brenda Strong as Mary Alice Young, James Denton as Mike Delfino, Charlie Carver as Porter Scavo, Max Carver as Preston Scavo, Joshua Moore as Parker Scavo and Kendall Applegate as Penny Scavo.
Guest starring in “Everybody Says Don’t” are Gale Harold as Jackson Braddock, Richard Burghi as Karl and Lily Tomlin as Roberta. The episode was directed by Bethany Rooney and written by John Pardee and Joey Murphy.
Guest stars in “If It’s Only in Your Head” are tbd. The episode was directed by David Grossman and written by Jeffrey Richman.
In the first hour, entitled “Everybody Says Don’t” (9:00-10:00 p.m.), Gaby runs into an old acquaintance who’s lost everything, Lynette is upset with Tom for his latest “bright idea,” Orson threatens to blackmail Bree, and Susan accepts Dave’s “friendly” gesture. The season’s mystery and suspense come to a shocking end in the second hour, “If It’s Only in Your Head” (10:00-11:00 p.m.), as Lynette adapts to Tom’s decision to go back to school, Orson takes a beating that Bree cannot comprehend, Gaby’s niece moves to Wisteria Lane, and Susan and MJ’s lives are in grave danger at the hands of Dave. Guest starring in “Everybody Says Don’t” are Gale Harold as Jackson Braddock, Richard Burghi as Karl and Lily Tomlin as Roberta. Guest stars in “If It’s Only in Your Head” are tbd. Source: ABC
Please clue us in on the Desperate Housewives finale! Will Lynette be adding to her clan? MICKEY: Read this and see if you still think that Marc Cherry would knock up the pregnancy-prone (and -averse) Lynette a fourth time. During that pregnant pause, I’ll tell you that a character from Seasons 1 and 2 will show up in the last scene of the finale, and I’m hearing that he/she will be presented in a very different light — that is, probably fully clothed. Source: TV Guide Online
Seems a major character from the series’ first two seasons will return in the last five minutes of next month’s finale for a huge surprise. “DH” creator Marc Cherry wouldn’t say who, but when the panel moderator brought “Gaby’s gardener boy John” up, Cherry smirked and said, “Well I think we’re done here.” Does this mean Jesse Metcalfe is coming back to Fairview? Or was Mr. Cherry just throwing us off the trail of the returning character’s real identity? An insider tells me to expect Metcalfe back. Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV
Kyle MacLachlan teases, “I think Orson is much more dangerous than Dave. I’m sorry, I like Neal [McDonough] very much, but in terms of danger quotient, Orson can do things with a gas mask, watch out!” Sounds like a mystery for next season, especially since Orson is to blame for Edie’s death. “As far as the scripts go, now they haven’t really addressed it, but I have a feeling it’s going to come back to haunt me,” adds Kyle. (Watch With Kristin)
Gabrielle’s niece, Ana’s first episode will be the season finale, but she’ll be back for an arc in the fall. (TV Guide)
‘Housewives’ wedding mystery: Who’s getting hitched?
It may not be a game-changer along the lines of last year’s five-year time jump, but this should still get the kids talking: Desperate Housewives will conclude its season on May 17 with a surprise wedding, sources confirm to me exclusively. The nuptials are so top secret that even members of the show’s cast and crew don’t know who’s walking down the aisle. “People are being told on a need-to-know basis,” whispers a Housewives insider. “Marc [Cherry] doesn’t want a repeat of last year when the flash-forward thing leaked.” His hard-line approach seems to be working: I don’t have the foggiest idea who’s getting hitched.
New pictures with Maiara Walsh, Marcia Cross, Felicity Huffman, Eva Longoria (and Tony Parker), Carver twins..
Season 6 spoilers
ABC has picked up the show for a sixth season.
Julie (Andrea Bowen) will be back. Karl (Richard Burgi) will be back for many episodes.
Maiara Walsh continues to be a series regular as Gabrielle’s niece Ana.
Katherine becomes insecure as Mike pulls away from her.
While DH creator Marc Cherry had hoped to bring back a character in the final minutes of season 5, that’s not happening, but he’d like to bring back the character midway through next season.
I’m really worried about Susan after last night’s episode of Desperate Housewives. Dave is out for blood. What’s the scoop? Never fear, Teri Hatcher doesn’t plan on leaving anytime soon. “I intend on having a job on Desperate Housewives next year, but it’s definitely [a] dramatic [finale],” she tells us. As we teased before, Susan’s not the only one in trouble on Wisteria Lane, so the real question you should be asking is, How far does Dave cross the line. Source: Kristin on E!Online
Any word on if they’re going to replace Edie on Desperate Housewives next season?
While that does seem to be a common occurrence on our favorite fictional street, Teri Hatcher wants to make sure fans know that Nicollette Sheridan‘s Edie cannot be replaced. “I don’t think you can go at it like ‘replacing her.’ It will open up an arena for new, imaginative things to happen.” But Brenda Strong teased, “I think Wisteria Lane will definitely be shy of an Edie. I don’t think anything is written in stone, but there’s room for a new neighbor.” Thoughts on who should move in this time around? Source: Kristin on E!Online
I hope Dave dies on Desperate Housewives; he’s too dangerous for Wisteria Lane!
Oh you think Dave is dangerous? Well, if he does kick the bucket, there’s someone else the residents of Wisteria Lane should be watching out for. Kyle MacLachlan teases, “I think Orson is much more dangerous than Dave. I’m sorry, I like Neal [McDonough] very much, but in terms of danger quotient, Orson can do things with a gas mask, watch out!” Sounds like a mystery for next season, especially since Orson is to blame for Edie’s death. “As far as the scripts go, now they haven’t really addressed it, but I have a feeling it’s going to come back to haunt me,” adds Kyle. Source: Kristin on E!Online
Question: Please give some good Desperate Housewives scoops! Is it true that Bree is going to have an affair with Karl?
Ausiello: Can’t confirm an affair. Can confirm a kiss.
Question: Are Mike and Susan ever going to get back together on Desperate Housewives? I’m really thinking of tanking the show next year if not. Give us some good news, please!
Ausiello: James Denton and Teri Hatcher told us at PaleyFest ’09 that it’s “inevitable” the two will reunite, but neither had specifics on when. “It’s always been Marc Cherry’s plan to have them together by the end of the show,” said Hatcher. “But I think the road getting there is getting bumpier and bumpier.” Added Denton: “I think there will definitely be at least another near miss for them, but for the rest of the season and the near future, it is Mike and Katherine. They are getting pretty secure. We are already living together. And I think there may be some engagement news on the horizon.”
Is Dave going after Susan now on Desperate Housewives?
As far as the fate of Susan, Teri Hatcher tells us she expects to have a job next year, but, “You should be worried. It’s an ending with lots of peril, but it’s not just Susan who’s involved.” Plus, James Denton says, “[What Dave does is] really creepy. It’s more creepy than going after Susan. It’s actually a little scarier than that.” What could be scarier than harming Susan Mayer? Well when we asked Neal McDonough if there would be kidnapping involved he replied, “Certainly. Without question.” With rumors speculating that Katherine (Dana Delaney) may be pregnant, it seems likely that Dave tries to steal Mike’s family in retribution for what Mike did to Dave’s family. Source: Kristin on E!Online
Amanda in Miami: Is Dave going to live through the finale of Desperate Housewives? James Denton certainly doesn’t think so, “I don’t see how he can. What he does is so wrong. I’m afraid we’re going to lose another great actor because I don’t know how we can keep him around. He’s too evil. What he does is pretty despicable.” Will you miss Dave on Wisteria Lane, or are you happy that the psycho’s going down? Source: Kristin on E!Online
Question: Got any scoop on Desperate Housewives‘ season finale?
Ausiello: Lily Tomlin returns to help her sis, Mrs. McCluskey, solve the Crazy Dave mystery once and for all. They better hurry up, ’cause I hear Edie’s widower is going to take Susan on an impromptu fishing trip. Because if it’s one thing we’ve learned over the past five seasons it’s that Susan loves to fish. Source: The Ausiello Files
Marc Cherry says a major character from the first 2 seasons is back in the last 5 minutes of the finale and you’ll be shocked!
Neighborhood gossip, you guys…
A little Wisteria Lane scoop, coming to you straight from The Paley Festival where “Desperate Housewives” was just honored: Seems a major character from the series’ first two seasons will return in the last five minutes of next month’s finale for a huge surprise. “DH” creator Marc Cherry wouldn’t say who, but when the panel moderator brought “Gaby’s gardener boy John” up, Cherry smirked and said, “Well I think we’re done here.” Does this mean Jesse Metcalfe is coming back to Fairview? Or was Mr. Cherry just throwing us off the trail of the returning character’s real identity? An insider tells me to expect Metcalfe back. I’ve contacted ABC for comment and will let you know when I hear more. But in the meantime, shall we weigh other possibilities? Will Rex Van De Kamp rise from the dead to demand profits from Bree’s business which bares his name? Could Paul or Zach Young come a knockin’? Anyway, let’s talk about this. If John Rowland is returning, one must wonder, for what possible reason?
UPDATE: ABC has no comment.
Thank you, Dana Delaney. The Desperate Housewives star hit the red carpet for the 20th Annual GLAAD Media Awards tonight in Los Angeles and was in quite a gossipy mood.
Dana confirmed a few Wisteria Lane rumors that have been floating around for the past two days, and here’s how it went down. [Don’t read past the jump if you don’t want it spoiled.]
We hear your character, Katherine, might be pregnant on the show. Is that true?
I heard that one today too. I think that would be really a miracle if I got pregnant. I do know that Mike [James Denton] and I have a romantic announcement.
You and Mike are getting engaged?
But, aren’t Susan [Teri Hatcher] and Jackson [Gale Harold] getting engaged?
And, Katherine and Mike are getting engaged too?
So, that’s a yes to you’re both getting engaged?
Yes. I hope I don’t get in trouble.
How does your proposal go down?
It’s funny the way it goes down. Let’s say that Katherine knows what she’s doing.
Wait, do you propose to him?
[She gave us a coy look, raised her eyebrows and laughed.]
I’ll take that as a maybe.
Actually, the proposal is very Mike-like. That’s all I’ll say.
Before you get too excited, consider this: Just because there are two proposals doesn’t necessarily mean there will be two answers of “yes” to those proposals or two weddings.
We caught up with Teri Hatcher at the Desperate Housewives Paley Fest panel on Saturday afternoon and asked her if she says “yes” to Jackson’s proposal, and she told us, “I can’t tell you that.” But she did dish this: “The first scene where [Gale’s] back on the street is really spicy. It was really great to see him again and I think all that came across on film, so it’s great to have him back.”
If Susan and Jackson do get hitched, show creator Marc Cherry might end up putting a wrench in their happiness down the road. On the topic of Susan and Mike getting back together, Marc told the Paley audience, “The idea is we’ll get back there. I don’t know when. If ABC makes a deal with all of us, it looks like we have a few years to play this out, so I would imagine at some point in time Susan and Mike will find their way back in each other’s universe.
Denton hopes to be back in Hatcher’s universe sometime soon too. He tells us, “I loved working with Teri for the first four seasons and hopefully will continue to. I think in the big picture, most people hope Mike and Susan will make their way back around to each other, but right now it’s Mike and Katherine. Mike and Katherine are a weird couple which is kind of fun, but it makes sense because Katherine is the anti-Susan. She’s very stable, there’s no drama, so it’s easy to see why Mike is drawn to her.”
What do you think of the two potential engagements? Do you like these couples, or do you hope that Susan and Mike will find their way back to each other one day?E!Online
Episode 5.19: Look Into Their Eyes and You See What They Know Airdate: April 19, 2009
As the women look back on Edie’s life, Susan recalls their first meeting, Lynette reflects on a memorable night out, Bree is reminded of the thoughtfulness she bestowed upon Orson, and Gaby remembers fondly a night of friendly competition. (ABC)
Written by Matt Berry; directed by Larry Shaw
We’ll again see Edie’s son Travers (Stephen Lunsford), as the women of Wisteria Lane head to his boarding school to bring him his mother’s ashes In a flashback, Bree visits Orson in prison. Bree recalls the thoughtfulness Edie bestowed upon Orson. In a flashback, Tom may or may not be cheating with a woman played by Sarah Knowlton. Gabrielle recalls a time she and Edie had a friendly competition in a bar over which one could get more men interested in her. Jesse Metcalfe returns as John. Mrs. McCluskey (Kathryn Joosten) and Lee (Kevin Rahm) both appear.
Episode 5.20: Rose’s Turn Airdate: April 26, 2009
Carlos finds Lynette in a precarious position, which she chooses to hide from Tom; Gaby hastily covers for Tom’s coy behavior; Orson tries to hide the truth about his wounds from Bree; Katherine confesses to Mike, which leads to a surprising realization; and Susan confides her dark secret in Dave. (ABC)
‘Desperate Housewives’ 5.20 Preview: Carlos Sees Naked Lynette
Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
Post Edie’s death, the ‘Desperate Housewives’ as well as the men suffer the consequences of keeping a secret.
“Desperate Housewives” returned last night with the farewell of Edie Britt, but next week the drama still continues without the departed. In “Rose’s Turn” that airs April 26, covering up the truth leads to unexpected consequences. Carlos finds Lynette in a precarious position, which she chooses to hide from Tom. Gaby hastily covers for Tom’s coy behavior. Orson tries to hide the truth about his wounds from Bree. Katherine confesses to Mike, which leads to a surprising realization, and Susan confides her dark secret in Dave.
“Desperate Housewives” had its panel attending Paley Festival on Saturday, April 18. Creator Marc Cherry said to the audience that there’s a chance Mike and Susan “will find their way back in each other’s universe.” However, later during 20th GLAAD Media Awards where the show was honored, Dana Delany dished to E! Online that there will be two engagements, which are Katherine and Mike as well as Jackson and Susan.
Written by Dave Flebotte; directed by David Warren
Orson attempts to hide the truth about his wounds from Bree. Rose (Gloria LeRoy), an elderly woman, recalls chasing Orson out of her home and then seeing Edie die in a terrible accident. Orson doesn’t think anyone will believe the woman’s story as she has dementia. One of the women gets her car pulled over by the police for a minor matter, but the officer discovers a picnic basket of guns and knives in the car. Lynette falls in the shower, and Carlos saves Lynette. Chaos ensues as Carlos saw Lynette naked — and liked what he saw! Lynette doesn’t tell Tom what happened. Gabrielle covers for Tom’s coy behavior. Gabrielle and Tom attend a local garden club, where Tom insults Gabrielle. Katherine confesses to Mike, which leads to a surprising revelation. Susan reveals her dark secret to Dave.
Episode 5.21: Bargaining Airdate: May 3, 2009
Bree sinks to a new low to retain the best lawyer; Gaby’s vanity is put to the test when she makes a deal with daughter Juanita; Lynette and Tom negotiate sex; Katherine deceives Mike to win his heart; Jackson walks back into Susan’s life with a proposal; and an unexpected visit sends Dave to do some bargaining of his own. Gale Harold guest stars as Jackson Braddock. Source: ABC
Written by David Schladweiler; directed by David Grossman
Gabrielle’s not wearing any makeup, as she wants to teach Juanita the value of inner beauty. But when the Solises attend an event in their honor at the country club, and the mayor and his wife see her, she’s desperate to put on some makeup. A woman at the event isn’t eager to share her makeup with Gaby. Bree’s seeking a divorce, and isn’t happy to learn from her lawyer that Orson will receive half her company. Bree goes to great lengths to get the best lawyer. Lynette and Tom negotiate sex. An unexpected visit complicates Dave’s life. Jackson (Gale Harold) is back with a proposal for Susan. Katherine deceives Mike to win his heart.
Episode 5.22: Marry Me a Little Airdate: May 10, 2009
[Connie, who has a secret agenda, will be played by Gilmore Girls‘ Liz Torrez.] Source: TV Guide Online
We’ll meet several members of Carlos’s family, including his aunt Connie (Liz Torres). Problems develop between Carlos, Gabrielle, and his family. Susan wants to marry Jackson (Gale Harold) to avoid his deportation, but the arrival of an INS agent halts their plans. Mike and Katherine get good news. An old friend of Tom’s had plastic surgery and both he and his much younger girlfriend are happy with it. When Tom considers getting surgery himself, Lynette reacts by bringing in a guy whose plastic surgery went awry.
Bree goes to extremes to hide her true intentions from Orson; Susan and Jackson put on an act for the authorities; Lynette is shocked at the lengths Tom will go to in order to look younger; Katherine masks the truth from Mike, afraid to lose him; and Dave is on edge when he learns a key witness to his misdeeds surfaces. Gale Harold guest stars as Jackson Braddock. Source: ABC
Paul Ryan has been cast and has finished filming for the part of Bruce. Bruce works in Lynette’s office and is the epitome of wind-blown plastic surgery. Lynette brings him over to the house to help convince Tom that plastic surgery is the wrong idea. It’s quite an “up-lifting” performance.
‘Desperate Housewives’ 5.22 Preview: Bree to Rob Her Own House
Assisted by Karl, Bree plans everything to prevent Orson from getting half of her property, all new in ‘Desperate Housewives’.
Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
Everyday is a masquerade in “Desperate Housewives“. In “Marry Me a Little” that airs May 10, Bree goes to extremes to hide her true intentions from Orson and she will stop at nothing to get what she wants, including robbing her own house and suggesting a murder. Meanwhile, Susan and Jackson put on an act for the authorities. Lynette is shocked at the lengths Tom will go to in order to look younger. Katherine masks the truth from Mike, afraid to lose him and Dave is on edge when he learns a key witness to his misdeeds surfaces. Gale Harold was officially back to the show on Sunday, May 3 after having a fatal motorcycle accident in October last year. His character Jackson steps right back in Susan’s life to ask for a hand in marriage.
Orson must’ve contracted one of those contagious strains of kleptomania, ’cause I’m getting some fuzzy intel that Bree is about to participate in a burglary. Source: The Ausiello Files
Are Mike and Katherine in it for the long haul on Desperate Housewives?
According to Dana Delany, the two seem to be here to stay. “I don’t think they know what the finale is yet. We have two more [episodes] left. I love working with Jamie Denton (Mike), and I hope that that continues, and I think it will because we had a nice little scene this week that we shot where we get good news.” Hmmm, now what sort of good news might that be? Usually when a couple becomes engaged they don’t refer to it as “getting good news.” We’re thinking it might be something more along the lines of a little bundle of joy.E!Online
We’ll meet Gabrielle’s teenage niece Ana (Maiara Walsh). Look for her to be a series regular next season. A menacing thug threatens a man on behalf of a woman. Thug: A menacing thug in his 30’s – 40, he makes serious threats to someone. Homeless Guy: In his 40’s – 60, he’s a man in a homeless shelter. Source: SpoilerTV
This episode will film between 13th and 23rd of April
[FRAN] A former Wisteria Lane resident in her late 30’s to mid 40s, she once had it all. After a series of misfortunes, she is forced to live on the streets. When mistaken for an alcoholic or drug addict, she keeps her dignity intact and warns her story could happen to anyone.9 GUEST STAR
[THUG] A menacing thug in his 30’s – 40, he makes serious threats to someone. Co-Star
[HOMELESS GUY] In his 40’s – 60, he’s a man in a homeless shelter. 1 Line, 1 Scene.SpoilerTV
Season 5 spoilers
Lily Tomlin returns as Mrs. McCluskey’s sister Roberta.
Look for Mike and Katherine to possibly become engaged.
Bree is having an affair with Susan’s first husband, Karl! Look for Richard Burgi to be around for multiple episodes this season, and possibly next season as well.
Dave has been going after the wrong person.