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These are from different episodes, beginning with April 2

Episode 2.18: Everybody Says Don't
Airdate: April 2, 2006

- Guest starring are Harriet Sansom Harris as Felicia Tilman, Jay Harrington as Dr. Ron, Eddie McClintock as Frank, Nichole Hiltz as Libby Collins, Bruce Jarchow as Mr. Bormanis, Lee Tergesen as Peter McMillian, John Kapelos as Eugene Beale, Diane Delano as Donna, Carol Mansell as Pat, Roxana Brusso as maternity nurse and Jennifer Lyons as the stripper. Source: ABC

- Lynette must give a court deposition about Bree's drinking; Gaby and Carlos take their adoption process into their own hands; and Karl and Edie have an engagement party. Felicia Tilman: Harriet Sansom Harris. Dr. Ron: Jay Harrington. Frank: Eddie McClintock. Libby Collins: Nichole Hiltz. Mr. Bormanis: Bruce Jarchow. Peter McMillian: Lee Tergesen. Eugene Beale: John Kapelos. Source: TV Guide

- As if Bree didnt have enough to contend with, Wisteria Lanes resident alcoholic is about to fall for a sex addict played by former Oz star Lee Tergesen. Of course, Bree wont know hes a sex addict until his sponsor shows up at her front door and tells her. Source: Ask Ausiello @ TV Guide

- Carlos and Gaby learn the truth about their baby, Paul Young must face the music on Wisteria Lane, and Lynette is forced to give a court deposition about Bree's drinking. Source: ABC

- One couple visits a strip club. A man meets a few people in a bar, one at a time. He gives them coffee when they say they need a drink. One of the men looks for a housewife in another bar. A Wisteria Lane couple is visiting a pregnant woman in the hospital. Source:

Episode 2.19: Don't Look at Me
Airdate: April 16, 2006

- Former Twin Peaks G-man Kyle MacLachlan most recently the star of ABC's now-adjourned legal drama In Justice is joining the cast of Desperate Housewives on April 16 for a multiepisode arc. "Hes a lovelorn, single dentist who is trying to make a connection with Susan," says executive producer Tom Spezialy. "Shes already entangled with her ex-husband and Mike, so hes very much the fourth wheel in this situation." MacLachlan will appear in a handful of episodes and its possible he could return in the fall. "It depends how he plays," says Spezialy. "I would think he would fit in nicely in our world." Source: The Ausiello Report

- Carlos and Gaby get temporary custody of baby Lily, Bree's father and stepmother come to town to mediate between Andrew and her, and Susan suddenly finds Karl back in her life. Source: ABC

- Carol Burnett soon will be reporting to Desperate Housewives' Wisteria Lane as Eleanor Mason, the cold stepmother of Bree Van De Kamp (Marcia Cross). <...> "Eleanor took over after Bree's mother was killed when Bree was a child," Cherry says. "She's a very tightly wound, proper lady for whom appearances mean everything. A lot of what Bree has become came from this woman," and their relationship is "polite but strained." <...> Eleanor comes to town with her husband, Henry, after Bree's son, Andrew, announces his intentions to be emancipated. "Andrew is bringing up all sorts of family secrets, and they want it stopped," Cherry says. So far, Burnett is scheduled to appear in only one episode, but all parties are open to a return visit next season. Source: USA Today

- One of the yards in Wisteria Lane is sprayed for weeds, but the neighbors don't agree with the chemicals being used. One of the guys is trying to contract a band for some party. A couple is in court for custody over a baby. Parker was caught offering a cookie to a classmate to see her va-jay-jay, and Lynette is called to school about it. Source:

Episode 2.20: It Wasn't Meant to Happen
Airdate: April 30, 2006

- Someone attends a sex addiction meeting, held by a tough looking guy. There is a pep rally in the gym of a high school, which one of the housewives attends. A young mother is trying to regain custody of her baby. Eddie McClintock guest-stars. Source:

Episode 2.21: I Know Things Now
Airdate: May 2006

- One of the housewives has an argument with a quick mart clerk when there isn't her type of ice cream in the freezer and the clerk doesn't want to check if there is some in stock. It seems that getting that particular flavour of ice cream is critical to the housewife. One of the men goes to a fertility clinic. Source:

- One of the housewives has her mailman over for iced tea. They chat a bit, and after a while she pushes him to go to the upstairs bathroom. When she arrives there, he's ready for her on the bed. This doesn't go over well. One of the men on the show who works in an office has a forensic accountant go through his things. Source:

Episode 2.2?: Title Unknown (2-hour Season Finale)
Airdate: May 21, 2006 from 9 to 11 p.m.

- The two-hour season finale, says Cherry, "will be a mixture of current stories and flashbacks on how all the women came to Wisteria Lane." Dead characters will return. The show also will be giving Alfre Woodard and Mehcad Brooks' characters "a big finale" allowing next season's mystery to focus on one of the four housewives, who "will end up in a serious relationship with a man who has some pretty dark secrets," Cherry hints. Source: USA Today

- There will be a two-hour finale that will resolve two mysteries: The Applewhites and Zach, whether or not he is definitely Mike's son. Even though he wants him to be his son, it's not going to turn his life around. Zach can choose to stay with Paul. Source: Sun-Sentinel

- Strong revealed that she will be seen once again in Housewives' in May. She will appear in the two-hour season finale, which will flash back to when each of the women moved to Wisteria Lane. Source: USA Today

- In a recent radio interview, James Denton revealed that the show is going to have a two-hour season finale. He thinks eventually, he and Susan will be getting back together, but more towards the end of the season. Source: Radio Station 101.9, Chicago

- We can expect an episode dealing with how all the Wisteria Lane residents came to live there. Source: TV Guide Online

Season 2 General Spoilers:

- Marc Cherry has apparently scrapped plans to introduce a fortysomething character with a "Tom Hanks likability" that would have figured prominently both in Bree's romantic life and in next season's big mystery. Source: Ask Ausiello @ TV Guide

- There's some father-and-son nastiness brewing between Paul and Zach that'll send Mike into a tizzy. "Mike spends the rest of the season tying up loose ends with Zach," James Denton confirmed to me at the Golden Globes. As a result, Susan and Mike's stalled romance will remain just that, although Denton says, "It feels like one of those things where the ultimate goal is to work those two back to each other." Source: Ask Ausiello @ TV Guide

- In a recent radio interview, James Denton revealed that he thinks eventually, he and Susan will be getting back together, but more towards the end of the season. Source: Radio Station 101.9, Chicago

- hinted that Mike the plumber might get involved with another one of the lovely ladies. Source: Extra TV

- I'm told that Dr. Phil is in talks to guest star on the show for one episode, most likely playing himself. Source: Kristin on E!Online

- Strong is contracted to be both heard and seen throughout the series' anticipated seven-year run. Source: USA Today

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