TWoP Videos About Desperate Housewives
Why is the show still over the top like a 1920's radio play instead of smart and sassy like, say, "The Golden Girls"? Vloggers Beth & Val reveal how desperate women really act.
What can drive a suburban housewife to suicide, besides the closing of the local Target? Why do all the women get dressed in a wind tunnel? Vlogger Sean Crespo reveals the neighborhood's juicy secrets...
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Hulu speaks to the new housewife on Wisteria Lane, Drea De Matteo.
Cast member Eva Longoria Parker (Gabrielle Solis) talks about what she learned from her character's dramatic physical transformation into an overweight woman. Parker admits that she hates hair and makeup but had a lot of fun with the transformation.
Cast member Kyle MacLachlan (Orson Hodge) and series creator/executive producer Marc Cherry describe how the show likes to have stand-alone episodes. MacLachlan talks about how his character was kept on the show after the first season.
Cast member James Denton (Mike Delfino) talks about three women in his life played by Teri Hatcher, Dana Delany, and Nicollette Sheridan. Series creator/executive producer Marc Cherry talks about a love interest for Kathryn Joosten (Karen McCluskey).
Series creator/executive producer Marc Cherry ponders if Susan Mayer (played by Teri Hatcher) and Mike Delfino (played by James Denton) will get back together. Cast member Dana Delany (Katherine Mayfair) reveals that it's fun to play a nasty character.
Cast member Neal McDonough (Dave Williams) talks about his character and how the car accident that killed Dave's wife and daughter changed Dave's perspective. McDonough describes Dave's two halves: friend vs. a character hell-bent on revenge.
Cast member Doug Savant (Tom Scavo) discusses what he learned from acting in cancer-themed scenes. Series creator/executive producer Marc Cherry and executive producer Bob Daily share why and how they added humor to the somber cancer storyline.
Cast members Dana Delany (Katherine Mayfair) and Teri Hatcher (Susan Mayer) talk about nude scenes. Series creator/executive producer Marc Cherry reveals who is game for a nude scene and says that Doug Savant (Tom Scavo) is reluctant to do them.
Cast members reflect on real-life similarities to their characters: Brenda Strong (Mary Alice Young) says she talks to herself; Kathryn Joosten (Karen McCluskey) says she is her character; and Teri Hatcher (Susan Mayer) describes run-ins with bees.
Moderator Will Keck (senior editor, TV Guide) talks with cast members Teri Hatcher (Susan Mayer) and Eva Longoria Parker (Gabrielle Solis) about how they'd feel if/when series creator/executive producer Marc Cherry leaves the show.
Moderator Will Keck (senior editor, TV Guide) asks series creator/executive producer Marc Cherry and executive producer Bob Daily how they came up with (and implemented) the five-year jump. Cherry describes their inspiration as coming from "Lost."
Moderator Will Keck (senior editor, TV Guide) asks cast member Brenda Strong (Mary Alice Young) if she has ideas for bringing her character back to life. Series creator/executive producer Marc Cherry discusses the strategy behind killing his characters.
In the conclusion to season two, the women flash back to moving-in day on Wisteria Lane; how Mary Alice Young brought the women together; Bree gets some frightening news; Susan moves into a trailer.
The women flash back to moving-in day on Wisteria Lane; how Mary Alice Young brought the women together; Bree gets some frightening news; Susan moves into a trailer.
Felicia Tilman has more in store for Paul Young; Bree reaches the end of her rope; Susan must start over again.
Tom receives discouraging news at work; Bree and Andrew reach a difficult point; Edie's private detective gets the scoop on Karl and Susan.
Karl and Edie come to a crucial juncture in their relationship; Lynette tries to help Ed improve his sex life; Bree discovers new information about Peter.
Carlos and Gabrielle get temporary custody of Lily; Bree's father and stepmother (Carol Burnett) come to town to mediate; Susan suddenly finds Karl back in her life.
Carlos and Gaby learn the truth about their baby; Paul must face the music; Lynette must give a court deposition about Bree's drinking.
To combat Andrew's extortion attempt, Bree joins AA.
Tom has trouble accepting that his wife is also his boss.
Carlos learns more about the relationship between Gabrielle and her mother.
Karl makes Susan an offer she cannot refuse.
Gabrielle faces off with her enemy, Sister Mary Bernard.
After numerous bad dates, Susan meets Dr. Right.
The neighbors become increasingly suspicious of the Applewhite family.
Lynette tries to put a day-care center in Parcher & Murphy.
George stalks Bree, despite her efforts to break up.
While at her mother's wedding, Susan learns jolting news about her father.
Gabrielle revisits her past when old friends come to town.
Mike and Susan face a crisis in their relationship.
Susan's longtime agent Lonny Moon (Wallace Shawn) is in financial trouble.