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Desperate Housewives How appropriate that the episode started with a neighborhood-watch meeting and ended with Caleb finally getting captured. If it were a daytime soap, we'd get a voice-over that said, "The role of Caleb is now being played by Nashawn Kearse." Loved how Betty gestured to Caleb to "shoosh" as he was driven away. Speaking of driving away, let's talk about what a loon George is he's even loonier than Bree, stealing that guy's valet ticket and then torching the dude's car. Bree should've listened to that Leila woman's earlier warnings, but thankfully Bree called off the engagement. Gabrielle actually showed some warmth for a change, releasing that red balloon and telling that ex-con the names she had chosen for her baby before the miscarriage. Then there's Lynette asking the office assistant to kidnap her twins just to prove a point to her hubby. Where was the other son? For a while it was just the other son and they never showed the twins. Yes, I'm sure the character was at school, but something tells me the producers feel "less is more" when it comes to shooting scenes with kids. Last but certainly not least, there's Susan. I already love that

Lesley Ann Warren is her mother and Bob Newhart is now her stepfather, but how cool is it that Paul Dooley is her real father? So Susan's father wasn't in the Marines and she was conceived after her mother had a one-night stand with a married man. Oh, the scandal. Can't wait till next week when Susan meets her real father and George serenades Bree with "Don't Give Up on Us" by David Soul, a song I have totally performed at a karaoke bar. Yes, I said it.