Order : "DVDs Season 1"

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US : 20 February 2005

Cast : Ryan Carnes (Justin) Bob Gunton (Noah) Doug Savant (Tom Scavo) Joy Lauren (Danielle Van De Kamp) Shawn Pyfrom (Andrew Van De Kamp) Conor O'Farrell (Detective Copeland) Nick Chinlund (Detective Sullivan) Pat Crawford Brown (Ida Greenberg) Elizabeth Storm (Janie Peterson)

Writing : Marc Cherry & Tom Spezialy

Direction : Larry Shaw

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Mike Delfino is questioned about Mrs. Huber's murder by poilce and is arrested, while John's friend, Justin (guest-star Ryan Carnes) attempts to blackmail Gabrielle with his knowledge of their affair and becoming her new gardner. Meanwhile, Tom wants a big promotion, but Lynette fears that she'd be home alone with the kids more than ever. Also, Bree is shocked when she finds a condom---and even more so when she learns whom it belongs to when Rex admits it is not him. Lastly, Zach Young plans a pool party for the teens on Wisteria Lane, and things get out of hand.

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Source : Zap2It

CBS got excellent overall numbers from the original movie "Stone Cold" and won a slim victory on Sunday night. However, the Tom Selleck vehicle failed to deliver among young adults, a demographic where ABC won the night comfortably.

Overall, CBS averaged a 10.2 rating/16 share, nipping ABC's 9.9/15. NBC had so-so results for its critically acclaimed "Saturday Night Live" documentary and could only muster a 6.8/11 in third. FOX was fourth with a 4.5/7, easily beating the 1.5/2 for The WB.

There was no competition among adults 18-49. ABC delivered a 7.0 rating in the demographic that causes advertisers to pour Gatorade on each other. FOX was well back in second with a 3.6 rating, followed closely by NBC's 3.5 rating and the 3.3 rating for CBS. The WB trailed again with a 1.0 rating.

CBS began the night in first place with the 8.9/15 for "60 Minutes." "Dateline NBC" and ABC's "American's Funniest Home Videos" were second with a 5.9/10 average. FOX finished fourth with "King of the Hill" and "Malcolm in the Middle." On The WB, an encore of "Summerland" was fifth.

ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" had a 10.3/16 to win the 8 p.m. hour, beating the 9.5/14 for CBS' "Cold Case." NBC had third with "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," which barely beat the 5.8/9 for two episodes of "The Simpsons" on FOX. The WB trailed again with the 2.1/3 for "Charmed."

At 9 p.m., ABC's "Desperate Housewives" had the evening's highest ratings with a 14.7/22. CBS was a strong second with the 10.9/16 for "Stone Cold." NBC's "SNL: The First Five Years" was third with a 7.4/11. FOX's "Family Guy" and "King of the Hill" were fourth, leaving "Steve Harvey's Big Time Challenge" in fifth with a 1.5/2 for The WB.

CBS moved back into first to close the night with the 11.5/19 for "Stone Cold." ABC's "Boston Legal" was second with an 8.9/14. NBC's "SNL" special closed with a 7.9/13 in third again.

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