Desperate Housewives
Anyone who's been complaining about this show not being as good as it was last season (and you know you're out there) simply needed to watch tonight's episode, because, boy, did it kick butt! So many watercooler moments, where do I start? Definitely Alfre Woodard's best episode yet. Betty showing up on Bree's doorstep right before the other housewives came over was classic. How perfect for Betty to blackmail Bree what a great way to shut her up! Loved the looks on all the women's faces when Betty walked out of Bree's kitchen. Earlier, I loved when Bree looked up and saw Caleb gazing out the window. Speaking of Caleb, the actor now playing the role,

Nashawn Kearse, is doing a fantastic job. It's not an easy task to play a character who is mentally challenged. Just ask Rosie O'Donnell. Even earlier, the funniest line was Bree to her daughter: "Danielle, question: Is there a black man hiding under your bed?" Then there was Susan, who was so glad Dr. Ron wouldn't be her doctor anymore and she'll start "getting some" soon. How about Edie tying up Karl so she could watch her movie? Desperate housewife indeed. Although I live for the show's funny moments, I enjoy the serious moments even more, especially Lynette and Tom's scene at the kitchen table. Felicity Huffman showed us exactly why she gets all the nominations and awards. Lynette saying "And what I really need from you is to be forgiven" gave me chills. But back to the funny. Glad the girl fight between Gabrielle and Sister Mary didn't disappoint. Totally reminded me of the Alexis-Crystal fights on Dynasty. Beautiful scene when Gabby told Carlos she wants to have his baby. (Shameless plug: Speaking of Sister Mary, you can see Melinda Page Hamilton when she guests on tonight's TV Watercooler at 8 pm/ET on TV Guide Channel.)