Desperate Housewives: No Fits, No Fights, No Feuds
I loved it when the middle kid just made a fist and punched his hand. Don't you just hate it when kids pull that crap about screaming in public so they will get their own way? That infuriates me. As for Kayla saying she will never love Lynette, why do they care so much what an angry child is saying right after she moves in with her father's family? Hello, they all act like they have never heard of the stages of grief before.
Gaby had a great episode for once. Oh, thank you: It's been awhile. The guy she was dating was pretty thick if he couldn't figure out that Gaby didn't like picnics. Can you really lock a florist in a cooler without complaints being filed? I know, I know, it's television. So, does anybody want to take any bets on how long it will take Carlos and Gaby to get back together? At least the chemistry genuinely sizzles between them. I have to admit, when he started talking about what kind of flowers he would get her for different occasions, I loved him a little bit.
It was nice to see what finally happened to Alma. Ahem: Are you ready? I told you so. I told you so. I told you so. I told you so. For those of you tuning in new to these reviews, I said early in the season that I did not believe that Orson had killed his wife, and that I thought we were being led to believe that. Yes, he hit Mike. But I still don't think we have the whole story behind that either. It is starting to look like everything Orson has told Bree has been true.
Oh, Susan is so stupid! For all of the commenters who have said that in the past, I salute you. I actually gave her half a chance because I liked Teri Hatcher in previous shows. But seriously, Bree nailed it on the head when she said, "There is no one you will not betray to protect Mike." A-men. Why on earth should Ian be swayed just because Susan says she loves him? What has she done to prove that? I think Bree had the right idea by ending their friendship. Of course, the only way that will stick is if Bree moves out of the neighborhood. Which, now that Alma is moving in, maybe she will.