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Episode 5.17: The Story of Lucy and Jessie


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Episode 5.17: The Story of Lucy and Jessie

Airdate: March 15, 2009

  • 02/05 - Pushing Daisies' much-loved Aunt Lily, aka Swoosie Kurtz, is coming to Desperate Housewives later this season to play a potential love interest for someone on Wisteria Lane. According to insiders, Kurtz will appear in episode 17 of the current fifth season. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • 02/02 - Lucy: An attractive, overweight woman in her late 30s, she's a financial whiz who works with her ex-boyfriend at a prominent financial institution. Possibly reccuring for 2 - 3 consecutive episodes. Mr. Vivientto: A hip guy in his early 30s, he works in an ad agency and interviews a prospective employee. Ken: A man in his 60s, he works for the technologically-challenged local paper and gives someone information about a dead mother and child. Dr. Bernstein: A male therapist in his 50s, his patient is trying to work through some baffling problems. Gerald: A teacher in his 30s - 40s, he warns the new teacher's aide that her prickly boss is just coming off her second divorce. Owen Johnston: A very distinguished man in his 50s, he is the CEO of a financial institution and promotes an employee to upper management. Charlie: A boyish 18 year old, he is Ken's intern at the local paper. Woman: A pleasant woman in her mid 40s, she's waiting for her daughter to finish a job interview. Girl: The Woman's pretty, smart daughter in her early 20s, she is at an ad agency job interview. Zachary: A 6-7 year old first grade student in art class. Source: SpoilerTV
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Desperate Housewives Episode Recap: "The Story of Lucy and Jessie"

Mar 16, 2009 09:47 AM ET by Matt Mitovich

This week on Desperate Housewives, Susan's boss taught her a lezzin', Lynette "went to work" for Gaby, Bree did her best to cover Orson's tracks, and Edie dug up some (but not quite enough) dirt on Dave. I'm Matt Mitovich, your guestcapper.

Will Susan Be Jessie's Girl?

Susan's making a go of it in her job as an art teacher's assistant at MJ's private school, trying to be "creative" in her lesson plans. Alas, her boss (guest star Swoosie Kurtz) is not impressed by her "crayons-on" approach. Parents spend $22K to send their kids here, Jessie explains, so the kids need to come home with "adorable" things Dad can put on his desk. After a blunt warning from one of the kids about her short-lived predecessor, Susan decides she needs to make Jessie warm up to her.

Oh, and warm up she does. Invited over for drinks, Susan manages to give Jessie the wrong impression, talking of how Mike made her "swear off men," and raving about Jessie's (admittedly impressive, you go, Swoosie!) non-schoolmarm figure. Much, much wine later, the ladies call it a night, at which point Jessie kisses Susan at the door.

A most amusing scene follows where Susan asks Lynette, Lee and Gaby for their take on her "date." "Was it an old-fashioned American kiss, or the far superior French kind?" Lynette asks. Finally, Gaby plants two varying degrees of kisses on Susan to confirm which kind she got, and I'm just glad the writers didn't have Lee spout some sort of, "That nearly turned me straight!" line. Because there is something to be said for Eva Longoria kissing Teri Hatcher.

Ultimately, Susan tells Jessie's she doesn't swing that way, this despite her choice in combat boots. Jessie questions Susan on her preference

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