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Desperate Housewives 8 Seasons 2011

Season 8
4.8 out of 5 stars (157) IMDb 8.3/10

The women of Wisteria Lane face their toughest test of friendship yet when something threatens to tear them apart. In this final explosive season, old neighbours return and new juicy secrets are revealed. Can their long-standing friendships endure the ups and downs of life on the lane?

Starring:
Teri Hatcher, Felicity Huffman

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1. Secrets That I Never Want To Know

Susan, Gaby, Bree, Lynette and Carlos must dispose of the body of Gaby's evil stepfather, who was killed by Carlos in order to protect his wife. But feelings of guilt begin to overcome everyone in different ways. Susan starts to withdraw from her friends and family, and Gaby works to reach out to Carlos while his guilt weighs heavily upon him.

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2. Making The Connection

Susan discovers a dangerously thrilling way to help ease her guilt over being an accessory to the murder of Gaby's evil stepfather; Gaby plans a sexy surprise for Carlos to help him gain his sexual mojo back; Bree learns an interesting tidbit about Chuck's past: Lynette and Tom find it hard to say "no" to their kids' sometimes outlandish requests.

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3. Watch While I Revise The World

As Susan and Carlos bond over their feelings of guilt at the murder of Gaby's stepfather, Mike begins to think that the two are having an affair; Bree suspects that her detective boyfriend, Chuck, may secretly be investigating her; as her marriage continues to crumble, the tables are turned on Lynette when her usually relationship-challenged sister, Lydia, comes to town.

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4. School Of Hard Knocks

After disobeying the rules of student drop-offs at the front of Juanita's school, Gaby makes it her mission to get even with a parent volunteer who banishes her to a faraway parking lot; Bree discovers that daughter Danielle's new business may not be as wholesome as first thought.

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5. The Art Of Making Art

Susan is mortified but tries her best to comply when her art teacher, Andre Zeller (Miguel Ferrer), asks the students to show up to class in the nude in order to help them create from a point of honesty; Bree serves up some delicious, homemade soup for the homeless at the local shelter, but ends up enticing the local hipsters and pushing out those in need.

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6. Witch's Lament

As Halloween approaches, Gaby, Bree and Lynette must attempt to exhume and move the body of Gaby's murdered stepfather after learning that Ben's real estate development excavation is taking place on that very spot.

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7. Always In Control

Bree is stunned when she learns who dug up the body of Gaby's stepfather; jealousy rears its ugly head when Lynette begins to spread untruths to daughter Penny about Tom's new girlfriend. Gaby and Carlos must convince Lee and Bob that Juanita and Celia aren't the bad seeds that they used to be when they want to name them in their will as guardians.

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8. Suspicion Song

Detective Chuck Vance begins harassing Bree as his suspicions about her involvement in the disappearance of Alejandro grow; after using the murder of Gaby's stepfather as inspiration for her art school projects, Susan must find a way to graciously decline art school teacher Andre's (Miguel Ferrer) invitation to display and sell her paintings at a gallery showing.

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9. Putting It Together

Gaby, Susan and Lynette begin to panic when Chuck calls them in individually for questioning about the disappearance - and possible murder - of Alejandro. And Bree's life begins to spiral into despair when her friends abandon her after they blame her for scorning Chuck and causing him to take out his revenge on them.

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10. What's To Discuss, Old Friend

With a gun at her side, Bree prepares to end it all now that her friends have abandoned her and her life continues to spiral further into despair; Gaby begins to suspect that Carlos may have had something to do with Detective Chuck Vance's murder; Susan makes up her mind to go to New York to become a true artist - with or without Mike; and an angry Tom cancels his plans to go to Paris.

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11. Who Can Say What's True?

With Carlos still in rehab, Gaby asks for Lynette's help in wooing a high-stakes company to sign with her husband's firm; Renee talks Bree into getting out of the house and having some fun at a pickup bar; in an attempt to ease her guilt, Susan pays a covert visit to Alejandro's family to see how they've been holding up since he went missing.

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12. What's The Good Of Being Good

Bree's life continues to spiral as her alcohol consumption rises -- as does her lust for men; Lynette goes out on her first date since separating with Tom -- with Renee's hairdresser; Alejandro's current wife suspects foul play is afoot and has a confrontation with Susan; Gaby discovers that Alejandro's step-daughter was also abused.

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13. Is This What You Call Love?

Susan is in for a shock when daughter Julie pays a visit and shows up six months pregnant; Bree's alcohol consumption and lust for men continues to dominate and ruin her life; Lynette's first sexual encounter since separating from Tom doesn't quite end in fireworks; and Gaby's attempt to sooth Juanita when she doesn't receive a Valentine's Day card from a boy she has a crush on backfires.

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14. Get Out Of My Life

Susan discovers the identity of the father of Julie's baby. Orson makes it his duty to nurse Bree back to health.

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15. She Needs Me

Susan tells Porter that she'll set up a nursery and watch over his and Julie's baby after Lynette firmly tells her son that she will not help raise her future granddaughter; Orson convinces Bree to go away with him to the Maine countryside - perhaps never returning to Wisteria Lane; Karen pleads with Gaby not to tell Roy about her condition.

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16. You Take For Granted

Susan convinces Mike to go to the police when she discovers that Ben's loanshark is out to get him; Gaby is justifiably concerned when Carlos exhibits some strange behavior on his first day back to work; Tom's girlfriend, Jane, drops a bombshell on Lynette during Penny's birthday party; and Mrs. McCluskey, who is suffering from terminal cancer, asks Bree to help put an end to her life.

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17. Women And Death

On the day of the funeral of a beloved Wisteria Lane resident, each of the ladies thinks back on how this person had affected their lives. Meanwhile, believing that the investigation died with Chuck Vance, Bree is stunned when she is called in for questioning about the murder of Gaby's stepfather, Alejandro.

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18. Any Moment

Julie becomes concerned over Susan's parenting skills when she begins to allow MJ to do whatever he feels like doing; with Carlos resigning from his high paying job, Gaby tries to land her own high-powered position in order to keep up her extravagant lifestyle; Bree is suspicious of Andrew's intentions when he announces that he's getting married.

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19. With So Little To Be Sure Of

Susan discovers that Mike had been hiding a secret from her for years; Bree attempts to hire a high-powered attorney (Scott Bakula) when she becomes the prime suspect in the murder of Gaby's stepfather; Gaby discovers a sexy way to earn a bigger commission at her new job as a personal shopper.

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20. Lost My Power

With Mike gone, Susan attempts to build a car for MJ's father-and-son school soapbox derby; Bree's attorney, Trip (Scott Bakula), learns of her previous drunken sexual spree and needs her to come clean about it in order to help strengthen her case.

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21. The People Will Hear

In the penultimate episode leading into the two-hour finale of this landmark series, as her trial nears, Bree begins to fall for her attorney, Trip (Scott Bakula); Susan becomes concerned when Julie doubts Porter's commitment to be a hands-on father to their unborn baby; as Tom gets closer to being transferred to India for his job - thanks to Lynette.

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22. Give Me The Blame

Trip (Scott Bakula) begs Bree to tell him what really happened the night of Alejandro's murder as her trial begins to go south and it looks like she's about to be convicted; Gaby tries to come up with a solution that will take the burden off of Bree; Susan tries to keep the sale of her house private until she's had a chance to break the news to the ladies.

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23. Finishing The Hat

Katherine Mayfair (Dana Delany) returns to Wisteria Lane and offers Lynette an intriguing job opportunity - which could end her chances of reconciling with Tom; the women all agree to take care of Mrs. McCluskey when they discover that she wants to die with dignity at home.

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After eight years Desperate Housewives finally draws to a close with this final season. The magic ingredients that made it such a phenomenon in the first place are all here - mystery, secrets, love, betrayal, death and more. There is a real sense of closure this season as the show appears to come full circle with a mystery arc that, for the first time since the first season, permeates each and every housewife's life in one way or another. The development of the main story arc across the season is strong and filled with the many twists and turns we have come to expect from Desperate Housewives over the years.

The writing remains top notch with more zingers than a KFC restaurant and emotion that always hits you hard. The four leads remain at the top of their game with Hatcher, Huffman and Longoria all remaining on fine form, but perhaps special mention should be reserved for Marcia Cross whose portrayal of Bree this season is incredible. Bree takes a central role in this season's story arc and it really shows how far the character has developed since we first set eyes on her icy cold facade during the pilot episode.

Despite being a huge fan of the show I felt the time was right for Desperate Housewives to bow out whilst it still could on its own terms. Eight years just feels right, and it allowed the writers to bring the show to a fitting conclusion. The final episode is perhaps one of my favourite endings to a television show ever. It's pitch perfect, with just the right amount of humour, drama and emotion. It features perhaps one of the best scenes the show has ever produced with the unforgettable Kathryn Joosten and the final moments will leave you laughing, crying and gasping - just as it always has.
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I got this as a gift at Christmas but only recently started watching it as I knew it was the last series ever and I was worried it would end disappointingly like Lost or something. Well I needn't have worried, it ended perfectly. This last season is so edgy! It has some really dark moments, with the ladies hiding the huge secret from the end of season 7 and Bree's copper boyfriend on a mission to find the truth you feel that at any moment they could be found out, and you don't know how it's all going to end up until practically the very end, so you are on the edge of your seat for all the season! We have some really funny moments as always, Gabby and Carlos are brilliant this season more so than ever. Lynette and Tom my favourite couple are at loggerheads and I was really rooting for them. There are some really sad moments too, and shockingly sad.

I should take this time to say a big thanks to Kathryn Joosten who portrayed the fantastic Karen McCluskey. What a legend both the Actress and Character were, Kathryn died 20 says after her last scenes in DH and it was so right that she was there to the end, there is a music montage in the last episode and it makes me cry every time I watch it, the music is perfect.

I am sad this show has ended, i'm more sad that we wont get to see more of Renee as she really grew on me and became a favourite even though she was only there for two seasons, she is hilarious at times. I also really liked the new guy Ben the Aussie, I wish we could have more of him too but oh well...

Some things I would have liked for the finale is a mention of Tom's daughter Kayla, we haven't heard anything about her since she moved and I always thought there should have been a mention of her, even if it was just Tom talking to her on the phone or something.
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If you've seen the rest, then you must see this. This last season sees the story return to its top form. Sure, the ending is a bit rushed but eight years [or 15 or so in series terms] is a long time for any series to run and this has certainly kept the momentum and interest.
Containing 6 DVD's this final instalment brings the whole story to its conclusion. What's good is it doesn't just drop the characters, it attempts to give some idea of what happens to them after the series has finished. It also introduces new characters that have secrets of their own ....whatever they may be.
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I am a massive desperate housewives fan, and I have to say this season does not disappoint!
It starts with a fantastic plot line of Alejandro's death, and all housewives are dealing with their own consequences from this, whether it be guilt, suspicion or even the threat of suicide for one character. I can't rate the acting of Marcia Cross (Bree) high enough in this season - she is an amazingly skilled actress when presented with even the toughest of plots and she carried them out with all sincerity and emotion that a character in those situations really would. She has always been one of my favourite housewives and this season her talent is truly at its highest point.
I can't fault this season at all, although I do feel the Tom/Lynette storyline was getting a bit dragged out, but that is just my own personal opinion and not a fault with the season. Even in these scenes, both Felicity Huffman and Doug Savont acted phenomenally well, as did all other actors/actresses in this season.
Overall it is a brilliant season, as all others have been, and I will continue to watch them on DVD throughout my life. I wish that this season wasn't the last and more would be filmed, but it is a fantastic ending to a fantastic show. Well done Desperate Housewives!
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