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HOT HOUSEWIVES

The phenomenon that is Desperate Housewives is showing no signs of slowing down. Sunday's episode, featuring the death of Mrs. Huber and some of the most inconsistent plotting since the last days of Melrose Place, averaged 27 million viewers. If the momentum continues, the show will likely overtake CSI as TV's No. 1 program. Meanwhile, ABC's gain was NBC's loss, as the Peacock's Christmas Carol remake starring Kelsey Grammer crashed and burned Sunday, pulling in only 9.7 million viewers.

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The phenomenon that is Desperate Housewives is showing no signs of slowing down. Sunday's episode, featuring the death of Mrs. Huber and some of the most inconsistent plotting since the last days of Melrose Place, averaged 27 million viewers. If the momentum continues, the show will likely overtake CSI as TV's No. 1 program. Meanwhile, ABC's gain was NBC's loss, as the Peacock's Christmas Carol remake starring Kelsey Grammer crashed and burned Sunday, pulling in only 9.7 million viewers.