Desperate Housewives

Season 7 Episode 22

And Lots of Security...

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM May 15, 2011 on ABC
8.4
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165 votes
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Gabrielle grows more and more concerned over the mysterious man (guest star Tony Plana) who has been keeping a close eye on her, and decides it is time to get a gun for protection. Meanwhile, Lynette and Tom attempt to put the spark back into their marriage by spending a few days alone together at a romantic B&B, but they soon find themselves trying to avoid at all costs being alone together after all. Bree begins to suspect that her new boyfriend (Jonathan Cake as Chuck) might be gay, and, after being placed under arrest for allegedly poisoning Paul, Susan must convince the police that she was being framed for the deed by Felicia Tilman (guest star Harriet Sansom Harris).

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  • Part 1 of the season finale.

    8.0
    Part 1 of this season's finale was a little slow, at least the first 20 minutes. Lynette & Tom: It was good to see Tom yelling at this horrible woman for a change. She has no idea what she wants.



    Bree & Chuck: What the hell? Such a filler. Although "time of gay 11:21" line from Lee was LMAO. But the point of this storyline was nowhere to come or see. Please writers, don't do this again. I also hate to see gay men portrayed as such stereotypes.



    Susan/Felicia/Paul: It was nice that Susan tried to rescue him after she was released from the police station when Mike admitted that Felicia had offered him money to kill Paul a few months ago. Felicia escaped only to crash into a truck. Such an epic fail of this epic character. Paul finally confessed to murder of Martha Huber and he was taken with the policemen away. This long storyline is finally over. I liked how they did it.



    Gaby/Alejandro: She knows that he is alive now. And stalking her, so she is taking some shooting lessons.



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  • Brilliant episode! Sets up for a superb season finale hopefully!

    10
    This was yet another miraculously thrilling episode, with some brilliant storylines! The best storyline of the day was definitely Susans, Paul's and Felicia'ss, as so much happened today, and I thoroughly enjoyed all of it! It was VERY suspenseful, and thoroughly nercve-wracking!



    Nextly, the Gabrielle storyline was also immaculate today, as it helped develop a lot of suespense, which I'm sure will culminte into a brilliant season finale! There was so much suspense, and I honestly was shocked at the revelation of the identity of the impostor!



    Bree's storyline was funny once more, but I wish they would stop demonstrating oall of the doubts she whas and start developing that relationship a little more!



    Lynette's storyline... rubbish as usual. I recommend searching for something else to watch in order oto occupy the time that she and Tom are squabbling each week...



    However, the rest of the episode was brilliant, and I'd have to highly recommend it! Two thumbs up, and I can't wait for the season finale!moreless
  • Not bad..

    7.0
    I have to say i was abit disopointed about this episode i think it really could of and should of been alot better then it was i mean i have been waiting for 7 years for the truth to come out over martha huber and for paul to finally go to prison for her murder so i do admit that my expectations for this episode may have been abit to high but even so it still was abit of an anti climax, i really hope felica isnt dead she is a great character and i dont want her to meet her end by some big truck, im glad paul gave himself up for the murder of maartha huber and i enjoyed the scenes between paul and susan considering the history these two have. overall a ok episode but abit anti climatic im hoping the next episode it better considering its the last of the current seasonmoreless
  • Excellent Episode (part 1)

    9.0
    The season final is upon us and so far so good.



    Sad to see the collapse of Tom and Lynette's Marriage although it might make a good storyline in season eight. Sad no see no Vanessa Williams too.

    The scenes with Chuck and Bree were the most fun, the scene in the gaybar was hilarious. Once again good to see Marcia Cross happy and glowy.

    Gabrielle's stepfather is revealed to be her weird stalker. Good to see continuity is kept with him supposed to be dead (Farewell Letter).

    But the best story is Felicia/Paul/Susan plot. Harriett Samson is excellent and evil. Susan is the hero of the hour by saving Paul Young. But its Mark Moses who proves that bad people can change. He started off as a bad man but evolved into a victim. Good to see him confess to Martha's murder. Let's hope the man receives redemption. Also like the fact the ending is ambigious - did Felicia survive?moreless
  • Felt more like the concluding half of a season finale, not the first hald. I LOVED IT THOUGH.

    9.0
    I felt this episode finally wrapped up a story-arc which has been pressing on our minds since the first season. Paul returning felt like more of a final season thing.



    It was good to see him turn from evil to good. He deserved some redemption.



    Gabby's stepfather returning was obvious but still grasped my attention.



    This episode felt more like a season finale. The next episode felt more like a series premier.



    But I LIKED IT!

    It was something different. Wrapping the main story arc of the season and then ending the season on a whole new story was just refreshing. Also glad to see Carlos forgiving Bree.moreless
Jonathan Scarfe

Jonathan Scarfe

Andy

Guest Star

Erinn Hayes

Erinn Hayes

Lisa

Guest Star

Adrian Quinonez

Adrian Quinonez

Bartender

Guest Star

Harriet Sansom Harris

Harriet Sansom Harris

Felicia Tilman

Recurring Role

Tony Plana

Tony Plana

Alejandro Perez

Recurring Role

Jonathan Cake

Jonathan Cake

Chuck Vance

Recurring Role

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