That's from last night.
And last night also saw the latest episode of "Desperate Housewives."
I think Orson's going to the police.
Bree's packing for her trip with Orson. He notes the letters she got and she says she only told him about one of the two. He claims "the girls" told him about the other letter. She buys it until they're leaving for the airport and she wants Orson to have his hat like her hat bought long before I started watching the show. Orson tries everything to get her not to go to his apartment. Then he pretends he doesn't have the key. While she goes to get the manager, he rolls himself in (Orson's in a wheel chair) and starts pulling all the photos off the wall -- he's the one who was always following Bree and taking photos. He puts most of it in a plastic bag and tosses it away.
Bree's up, she's in and oh, it's wonderful blah, blah, blah.
She picks up a photo on the floor (face down on the floor) and Orson's trying to rush her out before she flips it. I think it's Carlos and her moving Gabby's step-father's body the night Carlos killed him.
So Bree tosses it in the trashcan and then looks inside and see the photo I just told you about and other stuff.
And she leaves. She tells Orson she never wants to see him again.
He keeps calling her. At the end of the episode, he says some things over the phone that makes her think he's killing himself. I don't think so. Great if he does but I think he was saying he was going to the cops.
Renee and the Australian got closer. Back at her house, she discovers the loan shark. He says he got the price of Ben's loans wrong. "So you came to give me a refund?" Renee asks. She's being sarcastic. He's trying to scare her and she tells him not to make the mistake of thinking she grew up in this neighborhood. She's been around and she doesn't frighten easy.
This is what I don't get. Why is the loan shark doing this?
In Atlanta, I knew one of the loansharks, Actually two. The son was in my class and then, after graduation, he became a loan shark too. Now they would threaten people to get them to pay (and I'm sure they hurt them as well). But after you paid, they didn't keep coming around trying to shake you down. That's not what a loan shark does. Doing that hurts business because then everyone fears it will happen to them.
Okay, she's back at the hospital and talking to Ben and happy and calls Mike (Susan's husband) to thank him for telling her what was going on (he's the one who told her Ben was in trouble weeks ago). He's happy for her but did she just say she was at the hospital? He's in his front yard and looks like someone's in Renee's house. He tells her he's going to check it out and hangs up on her.
The door's wide open and someone's tossing stuff, breaking stuff. It's the loan shark. He and Mike come to blows. Mike wins. The loan shark says Mike's going to wish he'd killed him.
Susan and Lynette are having problems. Lynette doesn't want Porter (her son) to raise the baby. Susan does. (Baby's mother will be Susan's daughter Julie. The baby's not born yet.) Porter asks Susan to do what Lynette won't agree to, watch the child. Of course. Susan and Lynette then get in a mini-competition that Tom and Mike have to fix by going to each other's wives.
Lynette and Susan reach an understanding and work on the nursery together.
Carlos is home. Gabby seems tired. She is. She explains what happened before he showed up at the end of the episode. Karen's cancer's back. She made Gabby promise ont to to tell the old man (Bill?). Then she can't keep the secret and tells him. He rushes to Karen in the hospital and they make up.
And that's the episode but I mean it, I think Orson's going to the police.
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