Desperate Housewives/They Asked Me Why I Believe in You

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They Asked Me Why I Believe in You
Season 2, Episode 5
Airdate October 23, 2005
Production Number 20528
Written by Alan Cross
Directed by David Grossman
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They Asked Me Why I Believe in You is the fifth episode of the second season of Desperate Housewives, and the twenty-eighth 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), Page Kennedy (Caleb), Roger Bart (George)

Guest Starring: (in credits order) Adrian Pasdar (David Bradley), Joely Fisher (Nina Fletcher), Wallace Shawn (Lonny Moon), Scott Allan Campbell (Detective Sloan) Kurt Fuller (Detective Barton) Nicki Mischeaux (Detective Schroeder), James Shanklin (Detective Morgan), Mark Arnold (Jack), Travis Brorsen (Lloyd), Ranjani Brow (Lisa), Larry Dorf (Chuck), Mark Goodman (Field Reporter #1), Charlie Hartsock (Chaplain) Alysia Joy Powell (Mona), George Le Porte (Orderly), Amy Powell (Newscaster #1), Dave Nemeth (Newscaster #2), Sam Scarber (Lamar), Michael Bailey Smith (Bob)

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Plot Overview

Bree reburies Rex amid suspicions from the police, who show her a note in Rex's own handwriting that implicates her in his death. Gabrielle's new hotshot lawyer seems interested in more that just legal briefs. Lynette quickly tires of barhopping every night with her party-girl boss. Susan feels betrayed by her longtime book agent, and Betty's conscience forces to reveal a secret about the man in her basement.

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Behind the Scenes

Wallace Shawn, the actor who plays Susan's publisher Lonny Moon in this episode, has a lengthy history of TV and movie appearances. Although he looks different without all of the makeup, fans of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine will instantly be able to place his voice as that of Grand Nagus Zek, the leader of the short, bald, large-eared money-worshipping Ferengi.

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