Well, they said the final scene would be a shocker, and they were right. I am speechless. You know how much I love my Edie. Would it be too much to ask to have Carlos heroically and miraculously walk in during the very first scene this fall and save her? I do not want this show to go on without Nicollette Sheridan. Yes, Edie is not one of the four main housewives, but the show would not be the same without her. Soap operas have had people hang themselves and be saved at the last minute. Until I get a confirmation, I'm going to spend this entire summer believing Edie is not dead. Just call me DID "Dave In Denial."Except for that ending, I was very happy with this season's finale episode. I thought it had the perfect Desperate Housewives blend of drama and comedy. I expected to be satisfied after seeing that departing coexecutive producer Joe Keenan was one of the writers (along with talented fellow coexec producer Kevin Murphy). Besides having the same job title for all those ...
So now Sean isn't the only one who knows the Carver raped Christian. How pathetic was it that that woman faked being a Carver victim just to get attention, only to become a real Carver victim in the end? I was freaking out during the scene when the anesthesia wasn't working while they were trying to fix her face. The few times I have had surgery (not plastic, mind you, I'm not that old), I've feared that the anesthesia wouldn't work and I would feel the knife cutting into me. Ouch. Pretty intense ending with Christian getting the failed anesthesia tested on himself while Sean was at home cutting his arm to inflict the pain he wanted dispensed by Matt. Matt certainly said it correctly after he refused to punch Sean back: "You're very sad." At least Matt dropped the restraining order. Offering Matt a drink was a stupid thing for Sean to do.
Speaking of sad, how about the other story line — the wife who got plastic surgery so her husband with Alzheimer's disease would remember