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Desperate Housewives – “Being Alive” – Review
Who strangled Julie?! That’s the big question of this week’s episode. And why?? Heck, that was the same question I had last week; Julie is one of my favorite characters, and they finally bring her back only to be strangled! But looks like we’ll finally be getting somewhere with figuring out her assailant.
However, let’s just break it down by the ladies again, because they all still have something interesting going on.
Gaby: Oh, man, the relationship between her and Ana is almost as entertaining as the stories there were with Gaby and her own kids. I loved when she was giving Ana Dating Tips 101 and basically told Carlos how she played him. Oh, poor Carlos, he had no chance against her. In other Gaby/Ana storylines, I love how Gaby called her out yet again with her attempt to cover up for Danny. I’m pretty sure Gaby’s main goal this season will be to outsmart her niece, at least for now.
Lynette: I’m so glad she’s finally come to terms with the fact that she’s pregnant. Her talk with Susan and telling their kids at the end definitely solidifies that she’s come to accept it, which is good because it was just getting plain depressing (and that was only in ONE episode!). I also love how Julie confided in her. Yeah, it caused a slight rift with Susan, but come on, a promise is a promise, and Lynette is such a good friend. I hope next week we get some more funny from Lynette because she’s one of the best at it.
Bree: Bree, oh, Bree, you saucy minx. Her opening bit with Karl was pretty hot, and they are so cute together. However, Susan’s whole “don’t have sex with an ex, especially Karl” rant sort of put a damper on the whole situation. Clearly Bree is more than a fling to Karl (well I think, next week’s episode looks pretty funny when Karl hits on another woman), and they are both so lonely. Hopefully Susan’s too concerned with Julie (and Julie doesn’t remember seeing Bree and Karl kiss) for anything to be revealed just quite yet; the fling is just the spice Bree needs.
Katherine: She is officially certified. Katherine stepped up her crazy game for sure. She wasn’t even phased that Julie was hurt (umm because maybe she did it???) and was all about getting Mike back and even starting rumors about him hitting on her. I have a feeling her crazy is going to get even worse. Oh, a woman scorned, ha ha.
Susan: Okay, so her first day of wedded bliss (again) should have been spent rather nicely, but alas Julie was strangled and she spent the whole day in the hospital with her. Susan and Julie always reminded me of Rory and her mom on Gilmore Girls, so it’s so sad to see her so distraught. Hopefully next week will bring something a bit happier to Susan’s life.
Angie: Well not the best week for her family, to say the least. Her son is accused of (and arrested for) strangling Julie. Clearly something is up with this family, and Danny is just so suspicious. Even if he didn’t hurt Julie, something is up with him.
Apart from the main ladies, I love that Mrs. McClusky’s got a man! And I swear she is always the center of the mysteries, she knows so much, but at least she has a man to share it with her this time. And maybe her sister will come back for some investigating as well? One can only hope. I also loved the guys’ brigade of investigation with the faux neighborhood watch to get more info out of the new guy. Basically a move the ladies would usually pull, so I was highly amused.
Another winner of an episode, and I’m so curious about next week and Jesse Metcalfe returning (I swear he has no other jobs) as well as any developments with Julie.