Desperate Housewives/Color and Light

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Color and Light
Season 2, Episode 7
Airdate November 13, 2005
Production Number 20730
Written by Marc Cherry
Directed by David Grossman
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Color and Light is the seventh episode of the second season of Desperate Housewives, and the thirtieth episode overall.

Starring: Teri Hatcher (Susan), Felicity Huffman (Lynette), Marcia Cross (Bree), Eva Longoria (Gaby), Nicollette Sheridan (Edie), Alfre Woodard (Betty), Ricardo Antonio Chavira (Carlos), Mark Moses (Paul), Andrea Bowen (Julie), Doug Savant (Tom), Cody Kasch (Zach), Richard Burgi (Karl), Brenda Strong (Mary Alice), James Denton (Mike)

Also Starring: Shawn Pyfrom (Andrew), Joy Lauren (Danielle), Mehcad Brooks (Matthew), Brent Kinsman (Preston), Shane Kinsman (Porter), Zane Huett (Parker), Page Kennedy (Caleb), Roger Bart (George)

Guest Starring: (in credits order) Larry Miller (Leonard Harper), Sam Lloyd (Dr. Albert Goldfine), Meagen Fay (Norma Harper), Linda Dano (Francine Williams), Maree Cheatham (Ceal), Alec Mapa (Vern), Maria Cominis (Mother #2), Eddie Kehler (Stan Grazi), Albert Garcia (Luis), Lionel Carson (Paramedic), Brecken Palmer (Jimmy Harper), Bridger Palmer (P.J. Harper), Alejandro Patino (Ralph), Tanja Reichert (Allison)


Plot Overview

With her relationship with Mike seemingly over, Susan seeks comfort in familiar arms. Lynette and Tom are thrilled when the twins make friends with the children of a new family on the street, but when the kids accidentally bring the wrong videotape to the Scavo house, things get uncomfortable. George surprises Bree with a new house and engagement ring. Bree's therapist helps her come to a decision, which leads him to his own encounter with a very angry George. Caleb escapes from Betty's basement and surprises Gabrielle, leading to tragedy.


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