Desperate Housewives

Season 3 Episode 16

The Juiciest Bites

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Apr 01, 2007 on ABC
out of 10
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121 votes

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Episode Summary

The Juiciest Bites
This special features the best and most-loved moments from the show, while also bringing viewers up to date with the remaining episodes of the show's third season. The special will bring viewers up to date with all the latest goings-on, including the deaths of Monique and Alma, Susan's love triangle with Mike and Ian, Tom's dream to open a pizzeria, Gabrielle and Carlos' divorce, as well as Austin and Julie's relationship.moreless
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  • A recap of what has happened in Desperate Housewives over the years

    I didn’t really love this clip show. I never saw the ones from season 2 so I didn’t have anything to compare. I liked how they tried to group the memories together but I felt like they could have done a better job. I also felt like they showed some moments that weren’t that important. I did like how they showed romantic moments between different couples. I could not believe so many people have been killed during the course of the show. It was good to see a preview of what is to come. It was not a new show but it was more interesting to watch than a repeat.moreless
  • Not the regular clip show!

    I always watch the clip shows, and in the first season it was good to have one before the last few episodes just to recap the mystery and all of that. But the TWO clip shows during the 2nd season were almost unnecessary, but (agreed with the person below), clip shows are better than repeats. However, this week, "Desperate Housewives" delivered with a great clip show from all 3 seasons, which was a really cool idea to use. Also, the previews for the next few episodes look extremely good. So, all in all, the best clip show for "Desperate Housewives".moreless
  • I liked it!

    Sure, it was nothing new, but it was the best clips show ever for DH. It was refreshing to see all my favorite moments again all in 1 hour. Plus, the in memoriams were pretty good too, especially since we learned a bit about how old certain characters were. The sneak peaks of the future were nice too. Overall, if we couldn't have had a new episode, this was the next best thing. Its better than another rerun. So, this episode gets a 10 in my book because for a clip show, it was just plain good. Thats my review.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Melanie Foster, Carolyn Bigsby, Noah Taylor and Rebecca Shephard were neither shown nor named in the "In Memoriam" sequence. Monique Polier was credited to have died in 2001, Nora Huntington was credited to have died in 2007 and Martha Huber was credited to have been born in 1962. In Notes these have been corrected according to the episodes and Melanie Foster, Carolyn Bigsby, Noah Taylor and Rebecca Shephard were added and given approximate birth years.

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  • NOTES (1)

    • People who have died on the show so far (in order):
      Deirdre Taylor (1958-1993)
      Mary Alice Young (1962-2004)
      Martha Huber (1956-2004)
      Juanita Solis (1941-2005)
      Melanie Foster (1989-2005)
      Rex Van De Kamp (1961-2005)
      George Williams (1965-2005)
      Curtis Monroe (1958-2006)
      Monique Polier (1963-2006)
      Ralph, the Gardener (1963-2006)
      Noah Taylor (1946-2006)
      Matthew Applewhite (1988-2006)
      Nora Huntington (1971-2006)
      Carolyn Bigsby (1957-2006)
      Rebecca Shephard (1972-2006)
      Jane Hainsworth (1969-2007)
      Alma Hodge (1963-2007)