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Episode 5.16: Crime Doesn't Pay

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Episode 5.16: Title Unknown

Airdate: March 8, 2009

  • 01/25 - Bruce: A slick, polished book publisher in his 40's - 50, he attends a dinner party where he interviews prospective employees. Father Drance: A 50'ish Caucasian priest, he recognizes someone in a liquor store who clearly doesn't want to be recognized. Receptionist: A gay hair salon receptionist in his mid-late 20's, he sports a pretentious outfit and haircut and is no-nonsense when someone tries to see a hairdresser without an appointment. Man (at fire sale): This man in his late-30's - early 50 offers to buy a jukebox at a fire sale. Source: SpoilerTV

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Episode 5.16: Crime Doesn't Pay

Airdate: March 8, 2009

  • 02/12 - In a gesture of friendship, Bree tells Lynette she'll help Tom secure a new job, but the best intentions will reach a tempestuous end and reveal Orson's shameful misdeeds; Gaby finds herself in a precarious position when Carlos' adulterous boss begins using her to cover for himself as he continues to cheat on his wife; and Edie digs into Dave's past after a chance encounter with an old acquaintance. Guest stars include Kathryn Joosten as Mrs. McCluskey. Source: ABC

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Desperate Housewives Episode Recap: "Crime Doesn't Pay"

Mar 8, 2009 09:06 PM ET by Mickey O'Connor

Sunday's episode of Desperate Housewives involves various people dealing with their new life situations, with varying degrees of success: Susan is (still!) trying to get over her ex. Tom and Lynette are mourning the loss of their restaurant and seeking new means of employment. Gaby is trying to extricate herself from an extortion plot without giving up the new lifestyle to which she has become quickly again accustomed. Sad Orson, ever the ex-con, is dealing with his new station in life with an odd new behavior. Plus, Yellow Satan is under pressure to put Operation Kill People into effect, so that he may move on... to the afterlife?

BEEN CAUGHT STEALIN'

Orson is very polite. But he also likes to punish people for not being polite. So says the nonsensical, albeit soothing babbling of the Mary Alice voice-over this week. It's meant to explain why Orson is suddenly a kleptomaniac. Sigh. Things were going so well for Orson (and Kyle MacLachlan)

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