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Desperate Housewives: Season 2 (2005-2006)






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Air date: Sep 25, 2005
Air date: Oct 2, 2005
Air date: Oct 9, 2005
Air date: Oct 16, 2005
Air date: Oct 23, 2005
Air date: Nov 6, 2005
Air date: Nov 13, 2005
Air date: Nov 20, 2005
Air date: Nov 27, 2005
Air date: Dec 4, 2005
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Bree's a widow. Edie and Susan are fighting again. Lynette returns to work. Gaby's pregnant (and Carlos is in jail). And throughout the second series, noises coming from reclusive new neighbor Betty Applewhite's basement puzzle everyone on Wisteria Lane. After burying Rex, Bree (Marcia Cross) must contend with his meddlesome mother, then with obsessive pharmacist George Williams (Roger Bart). Bree also begins to drink heavily, has a falling-out with son Andrew (Shawn Pyfrom) and meets dentist … More

Genre: Comedy
Network: ABC
Premiere Date: Sep 25, 2005
Executive Producers: , , ,
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Felicity Huffman
as Lynette Scavo
Teri Hatcher
as Susan Mayer
Marcia Cross
as Bree Van De Kamp
Eva Longoria
as Gabrielle Solis
Mark Moses
as Paul Young
Cody Kasch
as Zach Young
Andrea Bowen
as Julie Mayer
James Denton
as Mike Delfino
Jesse Metcalfe
as John Rowland
Alfre Woodard
as Betty Applewhite
Paul Dooley
as Addison Prudy
Tom Savant
as Tom Scavo
Joyce Van Patten
as Carol Prudy
Doug Savant
as Tom Scavo
Richard Burt
as George Williams
Richard Burgi
as Karl Mayer
Michad Brooks
as Matthew Applewhite
Roger Bart
as George Williams
Julie Bowen
as Julie Mayer
Steven Culp
as Rex Van De Kamp
Shirley Knight
as Phyllis Van De Kamp
Adrian Pasdar
as David Bradley
Shannon O'Hurley
as Mrs. Truesdale
Joely Fisher
as Nina Fletcher
Michelle Noh
as Hospital Nurse
Brenda Strong
as Mary Alice Young
Andy Umberger
as Officer Romslo
Carol Burnett
as Eleanor Mason
Brian George
as Mr. Pashmutt
Juliana McCarthy
as Cora Penmore
Jay Harrington
as Dr. Ron McCreadie, D...
Alexandra Lydon
as Rita Rivara
Harry S. Lentz
as Headmaster Lentz
Carol Mansell
as Pat Ziegler
Bob Gunton
as Noah Taylor
Pat Crawford Brown
as Ida Greenberg
Ronny Cox
as Henry Mason
Robert Cicchini
as Scott Tollman
Lenora May
as Dr. Mackenzie
Wallace Shawn
as Lonny Moon
Nikki Braendlin
as Receptionist
Lesley Ann Warren
as Sophie Bremmer
Bob Newhart
as Morty Flickman
Kathryn Harrold
as Helen Rowland
Sam Horrigan
as Dale Helm
Dakin Matthews
as Rev. Sikes, Rev. Syk...
Terry Bozeman
as Dr. Craig
Michael Ironside
as Curt Monroe
Lee Tergesen
as Peter McMillan, Pete...
Linda Dano
as Francine
Nichole Hiltz
as Libby Collins
Loren Lester
as Dr. Baker
Melinda Page Hamilto...
as Sister Mary Bernard
Nichole M. Hiltz
as Libby Collins
Susan Diol
as Flight Attendant
Currie Graham
as Ed Ferrara
Rende Rae Norman
as Mrs. Novak
Ridge Canipe
as Danny Farrell
Kathryn Joosten
as Karen McCluskey, Mrs...
Lizzie Peet
as Secretary
Shawn Pyfrom
as Andrew Van De Kamp
Sam Lloyd
as Dr. Albert Goldfine,...
Mia Wesley
as Leila Mitzman
Barry Sigismondi
as Football Coach
Brent Kinsman
as Preston Scavo
Joy Lauren
as Danielle Van De Kamp
Harry S. Murphy
as Mr. Lentz
Meagen Fay
as Norma Harper
Greg Germann
as Jim Halverson
John Kapelos
as Eugene Beale
Bob Clendenin
as Louis the Stalker
John Wesley
as Ty Grant
Jim O'Heir
as Sam Killian
Mike Gomez
as Priest
Mehcad Brooks
as Matthew Applewhite
Kurt Fuller
as Det. Barton
Jeff Doucette
as Father Crowley
Eddie McClintock
as Frank Helm
Bill Bolender
as Property Manager
Nick Chinlund
as Det. Sullivan
Amy Hill
as Mrs. Pate
Shane Kinsman
as Porter Scavo
Brecken Palmer
as Jimmy Harper
Sonia Iris Lozada
as Blood Drive Nurse
Nashawn Kearse
as Caleb Applewhite
Jesse Corti
as Social Worker
Bruce Jarchow
as Mr. Bormanis
Larry Miller
as Leonard Harper
Vera Bridges
as Hospital Nurse
Zane Huett
as Parker Scavo
John Mariano
as Oliver Weston
Elizabeth Sung
as Translator
Roxana Brusso
as Maternity Nurse
Sandra Purpuro
as Prostitute
Maura Soden
as Dr. Whitney
Lance Nichols
as Minister
Bridger Palmer
as P.J. Harper
Tracy Burns
as Receptionist
Garrett Warren
as Gangbanger
Mark Brady
as Officer
Wayne Lopez
as Air Marshall
Tanner Maguire
as Young Zach
Betty Murphy
as Alberta Fromme
Nikki Tyler-Flynn
as Noah's Nurse
Jon Spinogatti
as MRI Technician
Sally Brooks
as Lea Rappaport
Roberto Sanchez
as Police Officer
Joe Ochman
as Justice of the Peace
Reid Collums
as Bartender
Jane Lynch
as Maxine Bennett
Skip Stellrecht
as Booking Sergeant
Kyle MacLachlan
as Orson Hodge
Michael Emanuel
as Stan Grazi
Jill Brennan
as Tish Atherton
Andre Ware
as FBI Agent
Darryl Alan Reed
as Security Guard
James Shanklin
as Det. Morgan
Nicki Micheaux
as Det. Schroeder
Lori Alan
as Receptionist
Joy Bisco
as Melanie Foster
James Cantafio
as FBI Agent
Dagney Kerr
as Nurse Heisel
Steve Griffith
as Paramedic
Tim Monsion
as Dr. Cunningham
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Accused of hawking a lurid form of conservatism, you get a sense Marc Cherry and his cohorts intend to say something profound about suburbia with their outmoded view of womanhood and the places they call home.

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