Monday, October 24, 2011
He's responsible for his image. He's the one who decided to try and be the new Bush. It's on him.
Now for "Desperate Housewives."
I don't know.
I really didn't care much for the episode.
I don't see how people watched this show for so many years without screaming. Lynette is so disgusting and dishonest.
I've noted that about her before and how I loathe that character.
If you're late, Lynette and Tom split.
And that was because Lynette refused to let Tom be Tom. Even in his own office. He told Renee and Lynette what he wanted his office decorated as (this was last season). He was doing them a favor by hiring them. Renee realized that. Lynette ignored everything Tom wanted -- and ignored Renee's objections. This was what he wanted, even if he didn't know it, Lynette insisted.
Tom loved the office. But only because Renee secretly got rid of all of Lynette's crap and redecorated it with the things Tom told them he wanted.
Lynette had a fit and started insulting Tom to his face. In his office.
That's Lynette for you.
So she found out last episode Tom was dating a woman -- he's moved out this season. And they had their first therapy session. The therapist asked if they wanted help to break on good terms or they wanted to fix their marriage. Lynette went off on Tom's dating this woman so he's already decided. Then, after acting like a child in therapy, and finding out that Tom hasn't slept with the woman, Lynette hooks up with a man she just met -- outside a club, he didn't even buy her a drink -- and would have slept with him if she hadn't lost her wedding ring as she pulled it off.
She was attacking Tom for dating -- and it was just two dates and just dating, no sex -- and yet there she was ready to go to bed.
She's such a do-as-I-say-not-as-I-do. I don't like her and I don't care for the actress.
Susan's in another non-story. Where the writers forget to write things for her and the scenes take up time but don't result in anything. Teri Hatcher really is a great actress to make you care about her scenes and her sketched in, not fully written storyline.
This is the last year of the show. I hope Teri gets a sitcom next fall. If she gets another show, sitcom or drama, I'll be watching. She's so much more talented than she's given credit for.
Vanessa Williams is also big time talented. So Renee is given nothing to do most episodes including this one. She got to walk in as Lynette slammed her laptop shut leading Renee to believe that Lynette was looking at porn. Turns out Lynette was making a dating video.
I'm so sick of Lynette.
Bree turned a soup kitchen into a happening thereby driving out the homeless it was supposed to serve. The soup kitchen was something the Australian guy was interested in. Remember him? New neighbor that Renee had been interested in?
Well he's a developer. And guess where he takes Bree? To where Gabby's step-father is buried. He's going to put a building up there. Meaning, if the corpse hasn't been moved, the body's about to be discovered.
Carlos is drinking to deal with his guilt over killing the step-father. Mike told him he couldn't talk to Susan about his guilt anymore and Carlos agreed after Mike said it was hurting Susan. Gabby is head of the PTA and needed Carlos' help. She called him and he agreed to come to the school. She thought he was at work. He was home drinking and he showed up at the school drunk.
So, are we going to find out the Australian is the one who was sending those letters to Bree? The 'I know what you did' letters?
I have no idea but wouldn't be surprised.
"Iraq snapshot" (The Common Ills):