Desperate Housewives

You Must Meet My Wife

Season 7, Ep 2, Aired 10/3/10
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  • Episode Description
  • Susan is wracked with guilt about lying to Mike regarding her new, risqué side job, and Gabrielle is forced to rush to the hospital after her daughter Juanita becomes the victim in an accident that also involves a fellow resident of Wisteria Lane. In the meantime, Bree fires Keith (guest star Brian Austin Green) without a warning when she suddenly finds herself falling for him, and after Renee starts spending way too much time with Tom, Lynette becomes concerned that she may be trying to sabotage her marriage. Paul Young finally introduces his lovely new wife (guest star Emily Bergl) to his neighbors on Wisteria Lane.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Felicity Huffman

    Lynette Scavo

  • Marcia Cross

    Bree Van de Kamp

  • Eva Longoria

    Gabrielle Solis

  • Vanessa Williams

    Renee Perry

  • Brenda Strong

    Mary Alice Young

  • Photos (15)
  • Fan Reviews (9)
  • Susan Has Second Thoughts About Her New Racy Job And Bree Gets Involved With A Young Contractor. Another New Neighbor Arrives On Wisteria Lane.

    By Matt16020-FIN, May 19, 2012

  • pretty good....

    By danny7277, Jun 08, 2011

  • Enjoyable but nothing special.

    By TornIdentity19, Oct 12, 2010

  • This episode belongs to Marcia Cross, Mark Moses and Eva Longoria-Parker

    By mobbs456, Oct 26, 2010

  • Eva Longoria Prker is just hilarious!

    By amazing_race, Feb 11, 2011

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • Mary Alice: (closing voiceover) There are certain kinds of pain that can't be treated in a hospital, so those who are suffering do what they can to heal themselves. Some cure the ache of loneliness by making new friends. Some soothe their excruciating guilt with an infusion of cash. Some alleviate their burning desire with small acts of kindness. But sadly, there will always be thos who can't begin to heal... because they realize there is more pain yet to come.

    • Andrew: Why does this keep happening? Bree: I don't know. I mean, maybe God's punishing us. Andrew: Or, God is punishing the Solises, and we're just doing God's work.

    • Karen: So, where's that Chippendales dancer you hired to fix your house? Bree: If you mean my contractor his name is Keith, and I had to let him go. Karen: Why? You catch him, uh, grating cheese on his abs? Bree: It just wasn't working out. Karen: It must have been pretty bad for you to kick that shirtless wonder out of your front yard. I was finally reaching my target heart rate on my walk.

    • Gabrielle: What the hell is wrong with you people? First you take out my mother-in-law, then you go after my daughter. Are you trying to kill off every Juanita Solis on the planet? Bree: I'll admit, it was a terrible coincidence. Gabrielle: You're getting sloppy, you know. This one was in broad daylight. Bree: I'm sorry. She just came out of nowhere. Gabrielle: Have you seen my daughter? She never comes out of nowhere.

    Notes (5)

    • International Episode Titles:
      Czech Republic: To je moje žena (This is My Wife)

    • International Airdates:
      Turkey: October 19, 2010 on CNBC-e
      Croatia: November 25, 2010 on RTL TV
      Germany: January 12, 2011 on ProSieben
      Australia: February 10, 2011 on Channel 7
      Norway: February 15, 2011 on TV2
      Czech Republic: December 8, 2011 on Prima LOVE

    • Due to fellow castmember Joshua Logan Moore's (Parker Scavo) absence and resulting lack of billing in this episode, Darcy Rose Byrnes' (Penny Scavo) billing moves to a slot underneath that of Mason Vale Cotton's (MJ Delfino). This marks the first time in the series that a regular's billing switches order during a season whilst still being credited under the same billing category (in this case, "also starring").

    • Joshua Logan Moore (Parker Scavo) is absent from this episode, and is therefore not credited.

    • Tuc Watkins (Bob Hunter) is credited as a series regular, under the "starring" billing, for the first time. This marks the first time in a season that a "starring" castmember has been billed only from the second episode onwards.

    Allusions (1)

    • Episode Title: The title of this episode comes from a song of the same name in the Stephen Sondheim musical, A Little Night Music.

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