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October 3, 2015

Bodies of Evidence

Who's Coming and Going on 'Desperate Housewives'?

by Allison Waldman, posted Mar 6th 2010 9:55AM
desperate_housewives_cast_white_setMarc Cherry, the creator of 'Desperate Housewives,' would probably appreciate this reference. In the 1932 Oscar-winning movie 'Grand Hotel' -- which became a Tony-winning musical on Broadway -- one character, Dr. Otternschlag, who lives at the hotel and observes the action, comments wryly, "People come and go. Nothing ever happens." Of course, a zillion things happen; he's just unaware from his perch in the lobby.

Wisteria Lane is like that. From some neighbor's point of view, nothing happens. However, as viewers, we know better! And as for the people come and go, well, that's abundantly clear with the news this week.

Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausiello had two major casting items about the ABC drama. Emmy-winner Drea de Matteo is leaving 'Desperate Housewives' and Dana Delany might be out, too.

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The Five: Shows George Clooney wishes weren't on his IMDb profile

by Joel Keller, posted Mar 6th 2006 10:06PM
George Clooney on The Facts of LifeGeorge Clooney isn't the first Oscar winner who started his acting life on television; heck, he's not even the tenth. Tom Hanks, Helen Hunt and Hillary Swank, for instance, all had significant TV experience before making it big on film (Bosom Buddies, anyone? Beverly Hills, 90210?). But has any Oscar winner had the checkered acting history that Clooney has? Yeah, yeah, he came to prominence in a little medical drama called ER (whatever happened with that show, anyway? Is it still on the air?), but what came before that is a bunch of roles that Clooney would rather not talk about:

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