Joe Keenan

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VIDEO: Desperate Housewives: And Lots of Security...

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Desperate Housewives: And Lots of Security...
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Aired: 5/15/2011

Gaby learns her stalker's identity. watch

VIDEO: And Lots of Security...

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And Lots of Security...
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Length: 43:23
Aired: 5/15/2011

A dinner party celebrating Susan's return to Wisteria Lane results in a shocking murder; Gaby learns her stalker's identity; Renee receives devastating news. watch

VIDEO: And Lots of Security...

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And Lots of Security...
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Length: 44:00
Aired: 5/15/2011

A dinner party results in a shocking murder. watch

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Sleep With Me
The Last Castle: B Roll
Flushed Away
'Flushed Away' Preview (HBO)

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Hot in Cleveland: It's Alive!
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Credits

Year Title Description
2006 Flushed Away Movie, Writer
2005 Out of Practice TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2001 The Last Castle Movie, Actor - Trustee/Lester
1994 Sleep With Me Movie, Writer
1993 Frasier TV Show Series, Executive Producer

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Short Cuts: Housewives Exit, Dissed America and More

Former Frasier scribe Joe Keenan will exit Desperate Housewives at the end of this season, after just one round with the serial. Though the split is described as "amicable," insiders tell Variety there was tension between Keenan and series creator Marc Cherry.... CMT won't Miss America. The cabler has dropped the pageant, leaving the 86-year-old competition without a home for the second time in three years.... Creepshow 3 premieres on DVD May 15.... My Trivial Matt'rs blog has been updated. read more

February 18, 2007: The Little Things You Do Together

Those promos at the end of last week's episode were right. We finally got answers to so many questions involving Orson's past:— He was in a psychiatric ward in 1976 after the supposed suicide of his adulterous but religious father. (But now we know Gloria staged the suicide the same way she was trying to stage Bree's.)— Gloria had blamed Orson for her husband's death, saying Orson was supposed to watch out for him, but chose to go out with friends.— It was Gloria who killed Monique with Mike's wrench.— Orson buried Monique in the dirt while Gloria removed Monique's teeth (ouch).Ahh... closure, at last. I knew it would be good tonight since it was written by Marc Cherry and Joe Keenan. As discussed here before, Marc had to finish up Bree's story line earlier than originally planned due to Marcia Cross' pregnancy. I was very happy that Gloria ended up alive at the end. When Ida Greenberg found the bodies of Alma and Gloria lying on the lawn, I figured they were bot... read more

How about last week's ...

Question: How about last week's hostage-taking episode of Desperate Housewives? Pretty good, eh? Writer Joe Keenan deserves a writing nomination for making me laugh (Susan's megaphone declaration), cry (the beautifully shot dream sequences) and think (how will Lynette's life change?) all in the same hour. Brilliant stuff all the way around, and definitely the best episode since the pilot aired way back in 2004. What did you think? Answer: If you read my Dispatch earlier this week, you know I feel pretty much the same. Laurie Metcalf was just amazing — funny and scary at the same time — and it was Felicity Huffman's best work since her first-season meltdown, which probably won her the Emmy. Just about everything clicked in that episode, reminding me what we loved about Desperate Housewives in the first place. Hope they can keep it up ... read more

Housewives and Sisters: Good Neighbors

While some of us still miss Grey's Anatomy on Sundays, a perfectly entertaining bit of escapism to charge our batteries for the week ahead, ABC's new Brothers & Sisters has been growing on me. Week by week, culminating in this Sunday's most enjoyable episode yet, the show has become both lighter in tone and more emotionally compelling, proving to be a suitably compatible companion piece to Desperate Housewives — which, by sweeps coincidence or not, also enjoyed on Sunday its finest hour since the heights of its first breakthrough season.Housewives' much-touted supermarket-hostage crisis lives up to its billing, in no small measure thanks to killer performances (in one case literally) by Laurie Metcalf as a deranged wronged wife who takes over her cheating husband's store at gunpoint, and by Felicity Huffman's Lynette, whose final hysterical showdown with the mad Carolyn Grisby in the wake of Nora's fatal shooting (Yay!) was the sort of galvanizing moment we'd long been wait... read more

November 5, 2006: Bang

I read a lot of advance press about this action-packed sweeps episode, and let me tell you, all the hype did not let me down. I laughed, I cried, I was on the edge of my seat, and I screamed "Shut up!" so many times I lost count. Definitely one of the best episodes ever, so I must first give kudos to the writer — Joe Keenan (writer/executive producer of Frasier) — and the director, Larry Shaw. The entire cast did an outstanding job, but the three powerhouses were Felicity Huffman, Laurie Metcalf and Marcia Cross.Several of my coworkers had given me the big spoiler a few weeks ago regarding who was going to die, so I was already prepared for Nora's demise. What I wasn't prepared for was the feeling of sadness after she got shot. I was one of those "Nora-haters," so hearing that she was gonna bite the dust made me happy. But here I was tonight crying during her death scene! I really lost it when Nora told Lynette to please watch over Kayla, since she was "the only good thing... read more

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