Desperate Housewives/Could I Leave You?

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Could I Leave You?
Season 2, Episode 17
Airdate March 26, 2006
Production Number 21740
Written by Scott Sanford Tobis
Directed by Pam Thomas
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Could I Leave You? is the seventeenth episode of the second season of Desperate Housewives, and the fortieth 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), Nashawn Kearse (Caleb)

Guest Starring: (in credits order) Currie Graham (Ed), Jay Harrington (Dr. Ron McCready), Lee Tergesen (Peter McMillan), Ryan Carnes (Justin), Nichole Hiltz (Libby Collins), Kristin Bauer (Veronica), Eddie McClintock (Frank Helm), John Kapelos (Eugene Beale), Bruce Jarchow (Samuel Bormanis), Jennifer Lyons (Cecile), Jennie Lee Vaughn Campbell (Deanna), Reid Collums (Bartender), William Stanford Davis (William), Darryl Alan Reed (Security Guard), Mitch Silpa (Jerry), Jake & Ryan Zentner (Donovan), Chris Damiano (Delivery Guy)


Plot Overview

Gabby and Carlos learn the secret to adopting a child without going through an agency -- cash. Bree's AA membership seems to be helping her legal case, until she passes out in a department store dressing room. Over dinner at her house, Susan tells Dr. Ron that she doesn't love Mike. Lynette must deal with an employee who has something she needs to get off her chest.


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