This week on Desperate Housewives, Susan's boss taught her a lezzin', Lynette "went to work" for Gaby, Bree did her best to cover Orson's tracks, and Edie dug up some (but not quite enough) dirt on Dave. I'm Matt Mitovich, your guestcapper.
Will Susan Be Jessie's Girl?
Susan's making a go of it in her job as an art teacher's assistant at MJ's private school, trying to be "creative" in her lesson plans. Alas, her boss (guest star Swoosie Kurtz) is not impressed by her "crayons-on" approach. Parents spend $22K to send their kids here, Jessie explains, so the kids need to come home with "adorable" things ...
Pie lovers nationwide are still pining for Pushing Daisies, but they'll have something new to savor when series alum Swoosie Kurtz arrives on Wisteria Lane.
The actress, who played Aunt Lily on ABC's canceled series, is guest-starring on Desperate Housewives as a potential love interest for one of the characters, her rep confirms for TVGuide.com. "[Housewives writer] Marc Cherry is writing something really..."
Pushing Daisies fans still have some mourning to do, but Bryan Fuller's return to Heroes is already boding well for them.
The series' creator wrote a part for Daisies star Swoosie Kurtz to air this spring, TVGuide.com has confirmed. A rep for the actress said that she'll be playing a woman (or a hero...) named Millie for at least one episode — but few other details were revealed. EW's Ausiello first reported the casting. Still to be determined is...
Another Wednesday, another delightful episode.Poor Ned. It looks like hes gone through most of his life being lonely. After he discovered his "gift," he kind of lost touch with people. Sensing something is amiss with Ned, Digby sets off to find him, but he somehow knows he and Ned arent allowed to touch. The only reason Im willing to go along with this little leap in logic is because this show is a fantasy. Well, thats not the only reason. I dont really have a problem with Digby being an extremely smart doggie who is able to infer "the rules" of Neds gift, but I did think wed get a little more on how Digbys managed to stay so youthful all these years. I know quite a few of you had questions about that as well.OK, thats my only quibble. Ned, Chuck and Emerson go to investigate a plane crash after Emerson smells some money in the suspicious circumstances. In the apartment, Chuck and Ned have a near-miss touching incident that leads...
Nearly five months passed between the time I got my first look at the miraculous Pushing Daisies pilot and the second episode. It was worth the wait. I am officially in love.Flashback (I wish I could count back the days, hours, minutes and seconds as precisely as Jim Dale does in his spot-on narration): Its the week before the network upfronts in May, and Im in Los Angeles working on the TV Guide Networks Americas Next Producer show when a studio exec not even associated with Pushing Daisies leaks me a copy of the pilot, which Id heard was good but had no idea was THIS good. From the moment I saw it, I was enchanted and could only hope that fellow critics and viewers with open minds and open hearts would share my enthusiasm. I was also so satisfied by what Id seen that I couldnt help wondering if theyd be able to pull it off on a weekly basis.Flash to the second week of October, and in brilliant high definition, I watch the second epis...