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   1x20 - Fear No More

US : 1 May 2005

Cast : Melinda McGraw (Annabel Foster) Roger Bart (George Williams) Lauren Cohn (Ginger) Jeff Doucette (Father Crowley) Harriet Sansom Harris (Felicia Tilman) Lesley Ann Warren (Sophie Bremmer) Doug Savant (Tom Scavo) Christine Estabrook (Mrs. Martha Huber) Richard Roundtree (Mr. Shaw)

Writing : Adam Barr

Direction : Jeff Melman

.: Review:.

Gabrielle plans a big party to bid farewell to Carlos, who is about to head off to jail for eight months. Meanwhile George Williams (guest star Roger-Bart) resurfaces in Bree's life, much to Rex's displeasure as he knows George wants to steal her away from him. Also, Lynette is shocked to learn that Tom's old girlfriend Annabel Foster (guest-star Melinda McGraw) who he dumped for Lynette has been hired at his firm again. A desperate Lynette turns to Edie for advice on how to deal with the situation. Susan and Julie encounter less-than-neighborly behavior from the Young family as Zach continues to stalk Julie. Paul interogates Edie about breaking into his house, and she ends up telling him that Susan was behind it. Paul decides to lie to Susan again in order to cover.

Mike tries to seperate Susan from Mary Alice's past secrets. There is a fire in Susan's kitchen, and Susan suspects that Paul was behind it and hires Mr. Shaw to investigate the Young family. Lastly, housewife Gabrielle is suspecting that she's pregnant. She's also looking to buy a new car, which doesn't go so well while at the dealership which begins her suspicions. When finding out that Carlos tampered with her birth control pills Gabrielle retaliates in rage.

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Source : Zap2It

CBS got a strong showing from a Hallmark Hall of Fame movie Sunday, and "Family Guy" returned to FOX with some decent numbers, but they weren't enough to overtake ABC.

ABC averaged a 10.7 rating/17 share for the night, topping the 9.5/15 for CBS. NBC took third in households at 6.0/10, although FOX, 5.3/9, had more total viewers (9.31 million to 9.12 million for NBC). The WB trailed with a 1.7/3.

Among adults 18-49, ABC's 7.4 rating led the way. FOX was at 4.5, its best performance in some time. CBS averaged 3.0, NBC 2.8 and The WB 1.2.

CBS won the 7 p.m. hour handily with "60 Minutes," 7.9/14. The first half of a two-hour "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" averaged 5.6/10 for ABC, a little better than NBC's "Dateline," 5.4/10 FOX was fourth with "King of the Hill," 3.6/7, and "Malcolm in the Middle," 4.0/7. The WB went with a repeat of "Charmed."

"Cold Case," 10.2/16, kept CBS in the lead at 8 p.m., although "Home Edition" made it close with a 9.5/15 for the hour. The 350th and 351st (or 351st and 352nd, depending on who's counting) episodes of "The Simpsons" averaged 6.4/10 for FOX, dropping NBC's "The Contender" to fourth. A new "Charmed" posted a 2.3/4 for The WB.

ABC took over at 9 p.m. with "Desperate Housewives," the most-watched show of the night at 15.8/23. CBS fell one spot to second with the movie "Riding the Bus with My Sister," 9.3/14. "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" scored a 7.3/11 for NBC. "Family Guy" returned with a fairly healthy 6.3/9 for FOX, although "American Dad," 5.3/8, didn't hold up quite as well. "Steve Harvey's Big Time" brought up the rear for The WB.

"Grey's Anatomy," 11.7/19, held onto ABC's lead at 10 p.m. CBS' movie improved to 10.4/17, and NBC's "Crossing Jordan" came in at 7.4/12.

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