I was thinking the exact same thing about Betty's storyline. Next episode we should find out they just moved away in the middle of the night and have it be done with.

Jane at November 28, 2005 11:10 AM

I can't overlook Carlos' sudden parole that his wife was totally unaware of. And I think it is wrong to just dispose of George so easily. I'm going to start writing my own storyline.
George is revived but leaves town to evade police. He comes back periodically to stalk and terrorize Bree.
Carlos breaks out of prison with Caleb. Carlos stalks Gbrielle while Caleb stalks her freezer.
Gaby's house has the same generic floor plan as Betty Applewhite's, she has a conveient 10 X 10 cell in the basement to lock them into.
The intern dude thinks that Lynette was coming on to him and he starts stalking her.
Zach stalks Julie
Paul stalks Susan
Susan stalks her dad
It turns out Susan was actually twins - her evil twin sister, Sabrina, went to live with the dad. The twins hook up at summer camp and hatch a plan to get mom and dad back together. The evil twin stalks Bob Newhart and tries to get him out of the way.

John at November 28, 2005 01:14 PM

John your plan needs some sort of Castle aspect to it.

Soosan at November 28, 2005 01:32 PM

I was watching an old Six Feet Under today and it was the episode with the guy who played Caleb (the original guy who was fired) as the college football player who died. It was also the episode where Rico and Vanessa buy the house...does anyone know if Rico's cousin Ramone, who was also in this episode (the cousin who he later catches having sex with another guy in his house) is the same actor who plays Carlos? It looked just like him!

Hayley at November 28, 2005 01:44 PM

Hayley, according to IMBD.com, yes, Ricardo Chivara is the same actor who played Ramon on four epsiodes of Six Feet Under back in 2002.

Good catch!

GeekBoy at November 28, 2005 01:57 PM

okay so i have to give my love back to susan. i loved her, and her dopey hat. also how she told her secret. not because she wanted to, but because he thought she was a trap. to find out that he was nothing more than cheating scum...ick.

lynette you f'd up. i thought at one time wasn't she going to get her revenge on nina, when nina got pregnant? what happened there.

i don't think we're done with the whole george storyline. remember the busboy saw bree go upstairs AFTER the cop called her. granted he didn't know that, but the cop will put it together.

i can't wait for the showdown between sister hotpants and gabby. i think there's something shady about carlos' sudden conversion but i can't say...

oh and you're right either give us betty applewhite, or stop it

mason at November 28, 2005 02:04 PM

What can the cops really do to Bree, though? She didn't touch him, she didn't touch the pills, she didn't force him to take them...I guess they can question her, but she didn't do anything wrong.

He took the pills expecting she would call 911, and she called his mothereffing bluff. Loved it.

I wonder if she will move Rex's grave back to the nice part of the cemetery. :)

freakgirl at November 28, 2005 02:18 PM

I was so glad to see the real Bree back in business.

I also love that Edie is not afraid to call Susan out on some of her silly ideas. She needs a "friend" like that to keep her in line.

Soosan at November 28, 2005 02:20 PM

Well ... from Bree's perspective, Rex still died believing she was capable of poisoning him. Which is what seemed to stick in her craw -- that he could even accuse her of that. So I'm not sure that knowing George poisoned him will change anything. Her problem now is going to be dealing with guilt over having introduced George to the equation in the first place, which resulted in Rex's death.

As for George, what I'm wondering is how far the apple falls from the tree in his family. Because if it's not too far, then we could be seeing his nutty mother in the plotline again ... with a vengeance. Friday the 13th anyone?

GeekBoy at November 28, 2005 03:06 PM

Am I the only one that didn't think that "Sister Hotpants" was, umm, hot? Dare I say a little ugly?

I mean COME ON. They could have made her so much hotter.

Brent at November 29, 2005 12:49 AM

Finally watched this tonight...and I'm glad I didn't give up on the show a couple of weeks ago when they really disappointed me.

Gabby vs. Hot Nun is great, but not at the expense of Carlos' brain. It seems like he's way too easily led by Sister Hotpants' version of catholicism. I really hope Carlos is up to something sneaky, and not actually brainwashed or lobotomized. I really hope Gabby slaps that nun across the maw.

Lynette needs to stop teaching people lessons or at the rate she's going, she'll send the world into WW3. Perhaps a one-armed man should be employed to teach HER a lesson.

"He's dead."
"What? When?"
"He died when you left the door open and the air conditioner was on."

(Oh, I wish I could watch Arrested Development again for the first time.)

I really loved that they gave Susan some self-respect back this week. Yeah, she came up with the world's stupidest plan to meet her father, but she asserted herself. And she handled the hospital scene brilliantly. Good for her.

Maggie at November 29, 2005 12:59 AM

All I can say--is I loved it!

Bubbi at November 29, 2005 12:29 PM
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