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VIDEO: Fallen Idols

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Fallen Idols
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Length: 44:14
Aired: 2/22/2007

Grissom's quip that two missing young lovers may have run off to Mexico is soon quashed by the discovery of drops of blood by the boy's vacant parking spot at the high school. After finding a letterman jacket and cheerleading sweater in the field house and a pool of blood nearby, the team tries to determine what went awry. watch

VIDEO: Fallen Idols [HD]

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Fallen Idols [HD]
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Length: 45:00
Aired: 2/22/2007

Grissom's quip that two missing young lovers may have run off to Mexico is soon quashed by the discovery of drops of blood by the boy's vacant parking spot at the high school. After finding a letterman jacket and cheerleading sweater in the field house and a pool of blood nearby, the team tries to determine what went awry. watch

VIDEO: Fallen Idols

click to playclick to play
Fallen Idols
Paid | Amazon Instant Video
Length: 45:00
Aired: 2/22/2007

Grissom's quip that two missing young lovers may have run off to Mexico is soon quashed by the discovery of drops of blood by the boy's vacant parking spot at the high school. After finding a letterman jacket and cheerleading sweater in the field house and a pool of blood nearby, the team tries to determine what went awry. watch

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Credits

Year Title Description
2000 Pups Movie, Actor - Bank Worker #1
1999 Where's Marlowe? Movie, Actor - Client
1998 Chicago Cab Movie, Actor - Male Ad Exec
1997 Crisis Center TV Show Series, Actor - Dr. Rick Buckley
1997 'Til There Was You Movie, Actor - Todd

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Roseanne's Laurie Metcalf, Husband Divorcing

Laurie Metcalf and her husband and Roseanne co-star Matt Roth are divorcing after six years of marriage, People reports.

Roth filed papers on Sept. 12, citing "irreconcilable differences," and requested joint physical and legal custody of their children, Will, 17, Donovan, 11, and Mae, 6. He also listed the date of separation as November 2008.

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November 26, 2006: The Miracle Song

It's always a treat when we get answers to questions that have been baffling our minds. But in the true Desperate Housewives tradition, questions still remain unanswered, so our head-scratching never truly comes to an end. Alma is alive and has been in hiding and in cahoots with Gloria (Dixie Carter) all this time. But where has she been? Has she been hiding because Orson was the one who killed Monique or did Mike? Since Mike still has amnesia, he doesn't even know (although Monique's blood was on Mike's wrench — uh-oh). When I saw Valerie Mahaffey listed with tonight's guest stars in the opening credits, I figured it was because she'd be seen in only flashbacks. When Gloria called that mystery person on her cell phone and said "meet me on the corner in an hour," my smart roommate Jason yelled: "I bet it's Alma!" I liked Susan sneaking into Orson's office and finding the evidence that he was in a mental hospital for psychological depression when he was younger. Plus, Susan hear... read more

November 19, 2006: Beautiful Girls

After last week's ending, I was really hoping that we'd find out more info on the backgrounds of Orson and Art tonight, but they are really taking baby steps when it comes to those two mysterious characters. So now we at least know (thanks to Orson's mama, Gloria) that Orson was having an affair with Monique while being married to Alma — the same Monique that had an affair with Harvey Bigsby, Carolyn's hubby. As Gloria so eloquently put it, Monique "got around." But Gloria still knows more and is holding those nuggets over Orson's head: "What are you going to do to me that hasn't already been done?" That look of death that Orson gave Gloria made me believe he'd kill her in the next scene. But instead, Bree packed Orson's things and asked him to leave, apparently believing Gloria. I'm still loving Dixie Carter as Gloria, and I hope she spills more of the beans about Orson soon. How perfect for Andrew to be in cahoots with Gloria, attempting to sneak her wine behind Bree's back, ... read more

November 12, 2006: Children and Art

Well, you knew that after last week's standout shoot-out episode, tonight was going to be somewhat of a letdown no matter what. How can you top last week? Since my expectations were already lowered, I was able to enjoy tonight for the most part — especially the Bree and Orson scenes. Continuing in the tradition of casting the very best actresses in the business to play the mothers of the characters, Dixie Carter acted up a storm as Gloria, Orson's mother of a mother. As soon as Bree started talking to Gloria as though she were senile, you knew there was going to be hell. I like that we still don't know exactly why Orson wants to keep his mother in the nursing home, yet Gloria has something over Orson — something that could get him in big trouble: "I gave you life. You know I won't hesitate to take it away." Maybe we'll find out next week.It was great to see how frustrated Orson was getting around Gloria, which just frightened Bree and humored Andrew: "So — can we call... 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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