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   2x05 - They Asked Me Why I Believe In You

US : 23 October 2005

Cast : Joy Bisco (Melanie Foster), Nicki Micheaux (Detective Schroeder), James Shanklin (Detective Morgan), Sam Scarber (Lamar), Larry Dorf (Chuck), Alysia Joy Powell (Mona), Mark Arnold (Jack), Travis Brorsen (Lloyd), Scott Allan Campbell (Detective Sloan), Ranjani Brow (Lisa), Michael Bailey Smith (Bob), Kurt Fuller (Detective Barton), Charlie Hartsock (Chaplain), Joely Fisher (Nina Fletcher), Adrian Pasdar (David Bradley), Wallace Shawn (Lonny Moon)

Writing : Alan Cross

Direction : David Grossman

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Susan’s longtime book agent and dear friend, Lonny Moon (guest star Wallace Shawn), gets into financial trouble. Lynette is forced to go out to bars night after night with her man-hungry boss, Nina (guest star Joely Fisher). Also, Bree re-buries Rex amid police suspicions. Bree also finds out about Rex's feelings about her prior to his death. Lastly, Gabrielle hires hotshot lawyer David Bradley (guest star Adrian Pasdar) to defend Carlos in court but Carlos rejects him after he witnesses an attration between David and Gabrielle.

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Source : Zap2It

Ninth-inning heroics in the World Series couldn't bring about a ratings win for FOX Sunday, as ABC's lineup took its usual place at the top of the Nielsens.

For the night, ABC averaged a 10.2 rating/16 share, beating FOX's 9.2/14 and CBS' 8.7/13 (numbers both FOX and CBS include live sports and will change some in final nationals). NBC finished fourth at 6.4/10, and The WB trailed with a 1.9/3.

ABC also notched a victory among adults 18-49, drawing a 6.8 rating in the demographic advertisers covet. FOX, 4.8, came in second, followed by CBS, 3.7. NBC averaged 2.6 and The WB 1.2.

CBS won the 7 p.m. hour, averaging 10.9/18 with late-ending NFL games and the start of "60 Minutes." FOX's World Series pregame (which included football overruns in some markets) was second at 6.8/11. "Dateline" grabbed third for NBC, topping the 5.4/9 for "America's Funniest Home Videos" on ABC. The WB came in fifth with repeats of "Reba."

The conclusion of "60 Minutes" and the start of "Cold Case" kept CBS in the lead at 8 p.m., scoring an 11.1/16. Game 2 of the World Series posted a 9.4/14 for FOX. "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" moved ABC into third, ahead of "The West Wing," 5.1/8, on NBC. "Charmed" posted a 2.6/4 for The WB.

ABC took over the lead at 9 p.m. with "Desperate Housewives," the night's most-watched show at 15.8/22. The World Series game between the Chicago White Sox and Houston Astros improved to 10.1/15. "Cold Case" and the movie "Enough" were enough for CBS to hold off NBC's "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," 6.8/10. The WB plugged in a "Supernatural" encore.

At 10 p.m., "Grey's Anatomy" averaged 12.2/19 for ABC to beat the World Series, 10.5/16. "Crossing Jordan" came in at 7.9/12 for NBC, while CBS' movie dropped to fourth with a 5.4/8.

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