Desperate Housewives

Trivia: Across Season 4: Two Lois Lanes appear together in this season: Teri Hatcher played Lois Lane in The Adventures of Lois and Clark and Dana Delaney voiced Lois Lane in Superman: The Animated Series and its follow-ups.

Trivia: Teri Hatcher (Susan), Felicity Huffman (Lynette) and Eva Longoria (Gabrielle) are the only cast members to appear in every single episode of the series.

Trivia: There are only two episodes of the show not to be narrated by Brenda Strong. They are "My Husband, The Pig" (Steven Culp) and "Look Into Their Eyes and You See What They Know" (Nicollette Sheridan).

Trivia: Ricardo Antonio Chavira was almost replaced as Carlos Solis because the producers felt his acting was stiff in the Pilot.

Come in, Stranger - S1-E5

Trivia: Teri Hatcher cracked a rib whilst filming the scene where Susan falls on a wedding cake.

City on Fire - S5-E8

Trivia: The person playing "Jackson" in this episode is a stand in for the entire episode, as the actor who normally plays him was unavailable for filming due to a severe motorcycle accident.

There Won't Be Trumpets - S1-E17

Trivia: Bree and Lynette are walking to Juanita's funeral. In the original broadcast Bree said, "You have to hand it to Gabi and Carlos. They do grief better than anyone." However, her mouth doesn't say "Gabi and Carlos," but rather "the Catholics", and the audio has a noticeable change at that point. Also, the closed captioning just says "them". It seems that the line was changed in post-production with an overdub, possibly due to the Pope dying around the same time. The correct version is on the DVD.

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Trivia: Bree has been proposed to eight times throughout the series. Once by the man she turned down for Rex, then by Rex, George, Orson, Karl, Keith, Chuck, and presumably Chip as well.

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Trivia: Kathryn Joosten died on 2 June 2012, twenty days after the on-screen death from cancer of her character, Karen McCluskey, on the final episode of the show.

My Husband, the Pig - S3-E16

Trivia: This is the first episode not to feature Marcia Cross (Bree). Cross was already four to five months pregnant and took maternity leave from this point until the end of the season. Her stand-in was used for her appearance at the beginning.

Trivia: Before being cast as Katherine Mayfair, Dana Delany auditioned for the role of Bree van der Kamp and was offered the part. But after much thought she decided to turn down the role, saying it was too similar to her role in Pasadena.

Trivia: "Trip", the lawyer played by Scott Bakula in series 8, is the nickname of the chief engineer Charles Tucker III in "Star Trek: Enterprise", which Bakula also appeared in.

Trivia: Before being cast as Edie Britt, Nicollette Sheridan auditioned for the role of Bree van der Kamp.

Trivia: Season 3 Episode 18: Kenneth Kimmins and Teri Hatcher had both previously starred in "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman", in which Hatcher played Lois Lane and Kimmins had a recurring role as Dr. Klein, Superman's physician.

Trivia: Series 3 Episode 5: During the opening scenes while Mary Alice is narrating "a cable cut just as the husband's friends arrive," Chris Walters ("Major Victory" from the Sci-Fi channel's reality show Who Wants To Be A Super Hero?) can be seen as one of the "husband's friends".

Trivia: Season 3 Episode 1: At the beginning of this episode when Carolyn walks in on Orson cleaning up, and asks where Alma is, the parrot replies, "Orson no, Orson no!" This is a reference to Kyle MacLachlan's former role in the series "Twin Peaks" when during a murder investigation, a clue is given by a bird named Waldo screeching, "Leo no, Leo no!"

Boom Crunch - S6-E10

Trivia: When Lynette is in therapy, the doctor who sees her is played by Jane Leeves, Daphne in "Frasier." Felicity Huffman had previously appeared with Leeves in eight episodes of the show.

Trivia: Almost all of the series' episode titles are either a line from or the title of a Stephen Sondheim song.

Trivia: Season 3 Episode 21: Although Edie's ex-husband is called "Charles McLain", his name is never mentioned in the episode.

Season 1 generally

Trivia: In series 1, Richard Roundtree appears as Mr Shaw, who works for the Hafts Detective Agency. "Hafts" is an anagram of "Shaft" who was played by Roundtree in the 1971 film of the same name.

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