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Desperate Housewives Say Goodbye To Wisteria Lane For Good

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Desperate Housewives Series Finale 8 Recap

Last night, we bid farewell forever to Desperate Housewives, as the show wrapped up eight seasons in a two-hour finale.

Our final stroll down Wisteria Lane was an emotional one (yet somewhat predictable), that’s for sure!

The conclusion to the series starts off with the murder trial, where Bree is eventually acquitted after Gaby testifies. This then leads to Mrs. McCluskey admitting that she committed the crime…but ends up not being charged.

Bree then forgives Trip and marries him, as the duo moves to Kentucky, where the conservative Bree becomes a politician…but of course!

As for Lynette? She ends up getting caught by surprise when her husband Tom tells her he’s filing for divorce, after being under the impression that she's in love with another man.

Turns out, the other man Lynette is in love with IS Tom…and the two share an emotional moment when Tom professes that she’s the love of his life. The couple decide to stick it out and move to NYC together for Lynette’s career…and off into the sunset…

As the finale continues, another couple leaves Wisteria Lane behind. Gaby and Carlos decide to say goodbye to the old block and hello to California, after Gaby gets a promotion and develops her own company.

Gaby? Career woman? Talk about character transformation! We couldn't be more proud!

And of course, there’s Susan, whose daughter Julie gives birth, making her a grandmother! Susan sells her house and makes the move with her kids, in order to help out Julie.

The new housewife that moves into Susan’s old Wisteria Lane house ends up finding a box in the cupboard, which leads us to believe that the cycle of dramz will go on, even after our beloved cast moves away…

Oh shiz! What an emotional roller coaster!

We still haven't come to terms yet that the ladies have moved from Wisteria Lane for good! At least Marc Cherry will be gracing us with yet another upcoming TV addiction — Devious Maids, which Eva Longoria will executive produce!

Farewell, housewives. Here's to an amazing eight years!

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7 comments to “Desperate Housewives Say Goodbye To Wisteria Lane For Good”



  1. 1

    Uh, you might want to pay closer attention to the network upfront presentations. "Devious Maids" was passed over and is not getting ordered to series! I'm guessing it's because the show is just as big a piece of unwatchable crap as "Desperate Housewives" had become many seasons ago. Good Riddance botoxed ladies, don't let the door to Wisteria Lane hit you in the ass on the way out!

  2. stomina says – reply to this


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    As an 8 year devoted fan, embellishing my Sunday night guilty pleasure for almost a decade, I for one will testify that Mark Cherry served up the finale show proud. Sappy yes, but I would of had it no other way. I balled my eyes out especially when the 45 recorded crooned "Wonderful, Wonderful".



  3. 3

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  4. tom says – reply to this


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    I forgot about this show a long time ago. Only watched some of the first season. It came out of the box really strong and then tailed off just as quick. I was actually surprised it was still on the air.



  5. 5

    Only thing wrong…the new housewife BROUGHT a box INTO Susan's old house, looked into it, THEN put it in a cupboard. Not that that will ever be played out, but still.
    I thought it was great…



  6. 6

    I'm a little disappointed in this last episode. A little too predictable and blah.

  7. Laura says – reply to this


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    Is it just more, or is Terri's face totally photoshopped in this picture??