Desperate Housewives/That's Good, That's Bad

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That's Good, That's Bad
Season 2, Episode 9
Airdate November 27, 2005
Production Number 20932
Written by Kevin Murphy
Directed by Larry Shaw
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That's Good, That's Bad is the ninth episode of the second season of Desperate Housewives, and the thirty-second 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), Roger Bart (George)

Guest Starring: (in credits order) Joely Fisher (Nina Fletcher), Sam Lloyd (Dr. Albert Goldfine), Paul Dooley (Addison Prudy), Currie Graham (Ed Ferrara), Charlie Babcock (Stu), Melinda Page Hamilton (Sister Mary Bernard) Kurt Fuller (Detective Barton), Joyce Van Patten (Carol Prudy), Kamal Marayati (Bellman) Carol Mansell (Pat Ziegler)

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Plot Overview

Lynette, fed up with Nina's scathing critiques at the office, makes a corporate power play of her own. Carlos is granted early parole thanks to the efforts of a very attractive blond nun. Gabrielle finds herself becoming jealous as Carlos grows more and more religious. Susan goes to see the man who is her actual father and inadvertently puts him in the hospital. {{ch|Bree Hodge|Bree]] learns the truth about George, who takes drastic measures once he learns that the police are searching for him.

Lynette takes charge of office politics, Gabrielle is jealous of Carlos' new 'holier-than-thou' confidante, and Betty tries to help Caleb.

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