I just got sent over a nice heads up from GetDesperate,
a fansite for the hit ABC series Desperate Housewives. Even though
I am not a regular watcher of the series, I do have to admit that I have
greatly enjoyed every show I have seen. I also wish they'd transfer this
show to HBO so we can see a little nudity [I really wish they would send
Howard Stern that way].
Anywho, check out these nice new details for the season-two opener of Desperate
Desperate Housewives Season 2
Here is the email I had sent over to me from GetDesperate:
It seems that hiatus is over! At GetDesperate.com, we've
just posted the first plot information for the 'Desperate
The episode will involve Lynette Scavo looking for a new job
in advertising, Gabrielle Solis seeing her lover John Rowland
head off to prison, too, and Bree van de Kamp having to
identify Rex at the coroner's office, putting to rest rumors
that his death had been faked. And it seems the Grim Reaper
will visit the show once again, as one of the characters on
the show will be losing their father in the episode.
The second-season opener, the title of which is not yet known,
is currently expected to air on Sunday the 2nd of October,
then goes on and mentions further details from the opening episode for Desperate
When Desperate Housewives returns for its second season in September, some of the ladies on Wisteria Lane will be sucked even further into the problems they faced in the first-season finale, while others will be using the opportunity to make a clean break.
Get Desperate! sources today revealed that Lynette Scavo falls into the latter category, as a large part of the second-season premiere will be devoted to her search for a new career in advertising. Lynette begins her job hunt with a lot of bravado, thinking her impressive resumé and good people skills will land her a good position in no time. But she quickly learns that the advertising world has changed a lot since the time she left it -- when she brags about having a rolodex that money can't buy, she's quickly reminded that everyone uses computers now. And things get worse when her prospective boss, a thirty-year old career woman, finds out Lynette left the advertising business to raise not one but four kids, and launches into a tirade about co-workers who always miss appointments because of baseball games and dance recitals. Has Lynette been marked for life?
To check out the entire scoop on the second season
of Desperate Housewives, go to GetDesperate.