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Spoilers Anonymous In-Depth: 'Desperate Housewives'

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Apr 12th 2011 2:20PM
Desperate HousewivesThis is Spoilers Anonymous In-Depth, a weekly column here at TV Squad where we discuss and give our two cents on recently released spoilers and how they may affect the storylines, shows and fans.

This in-depth version of the column goes hand-in-hand with our weekly spoilers column, in which we supply you with the dirt on some of the more popular shows on the air.

This week, we discuss spoilers about upcoming episodes of 'Desperate Housewives.'

Death is always lurking around a corner on Wisteria Lane, but it's been especially present on 'Desperate Housewives' this season. Only two episodes ago, Beth committed suicide, and on Sunday she was taken off life support. A few months ago, Zach tried to kill Paul. According to two spoilers (and the preview ABC aired after the April 3 episode), death is still roaming around the Lane.

Even if the quality of the video above is poor, we can clearly understand that Andrew may die at the hands of Carlos.

One spoiler says that someone will try to kill Paul by putting anti-freeze into Paul's dinner.

• Another spoiler says that, in the two-hour season finale, someone will serve poisoned food to someone else.

The last two spoilers were not released at the same time but I wouldn't be surprised if they are about the same plot: killing Paul once and for all. It's clear that Felicia will seek revenge, and poisoning Paul could be a way to kill him without being pointed the finger. She is clever enough to find a way to poison the food that one of the housewives could serve Paul, for example at Susan's if she invites him over as a thank you for letting her get one of Beth's kidneys. However, I hope that the plan to kill Paul doesn't work as he is one of the few evil characters I have enjoyed on the series. Then again, having someone kill Paul would mean that the writers would finally stop offering us that storyline!

As for the "Carlos, have you killed Andrew?" plot from the preview, it sounds like Andrew will indeed admit to Carlos that he (Andrew) is the one who ran over Carlos' mother Juanita a few years back. Carlos cherished his mother, and learning the truth about that event could easily send him over the edge. But is he really capable of killing someone?

I hope that the blood on the rag/towel Carlos is holding in the preview is either his own blood or someone else's but that the person is not dead, just injured. However, since the actor who plays Andrew has said that he wants to leave the series, it wouldn't be surprising if the writers do end up killing the character.

Maybe Andrew will indeed die in the finale but by accident and not at the hand of Carlos? Maybe they'll fight and Andrew will fall or slip and get an injury that is so severe that it leads to death?

What do you make of these death spoilers? Should Paul be killed off? Do you think Carlos will kill Andrew? Share your theories in the comment section below.

'Desperate Housewives' airs on Sundays at 9 PM ET on ABC.

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Shawn Pyfrom doesn't want to leave the show...he wanted to leave as a Starring character after the fifth season. He's said repeatedly and very recently that he enjoys his brief 2 to 3 episode reappearances on the show and always enjoys being asked back. I doubt they'll kill Andrew off. That's too much for Bree's character.

April 12 2011 at 11:10 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

They won't kill Andrew. The look Carlos had when they came in the door was an I-can't-believe-you-think-I-would-kill-a-boy kind of look.

Overall, I want to see Felicia go psycho crazy. I want the early seasons back when *anything* could happen and *anyone* could die. Lately it seems as if they only kill unimportant characters nobody cares about. I just hope they don't harm the Paul-Felicia storyline, considering it's something leftover from the first season.

April 12 2011 at 4:22 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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