- Desperate Housewives (season 7)
Desperate Housewives Season 7
ABC promotional poster for the seventh season of Desperate Housewives. From left to right: Lynette, Susan, Renee, Gabrielle, and Bree.
Country of origin United States No. of episodes 23 Broadcast Original channel ABC Original run September 26, 2010 – May 15, 2011 Home video release DVD release date August 30, 2011 Season chronology ← Previous
The seventh season of Desperate Housewives, a television series created by Marc Cherry, began airing on September 26, 2010 and concluded on May 15, 2011. The deceased Mary Alice Young continues to narrate the events in the lives of her friends and Wisteria Lane residents, Susan Delfino, Lynette Scavo, Bree Van de Kamp and Gabrielle Solis. The new housewife, Renee Perry, is introduced in this season. Paul Young returns to the lane and is the center of this season's mystery.
Season seven was originally intended to be the final season, according to creator Marc Cherry. He has a new plan to extend the series two more seasons, meaning an eighth and ninth season. Marc Cherry has signed a new two-year deal with ABC that will keep Desperate Housewives on the air until the year 2013, subject to negotiations with Teri Hatcher, Felicity Huffman, Marcia Cross and Eva Longoria, the show's main actresses, who are all contracted for seven years. The first episode of the season aired in Latin America on October 6, 2010. Season 7 premiered in Ireland on Tuesday, October 12, 2010. Season 7 began airing in the United Kingdom on October 17, 2010. It started airing at 9:00 PM on October 25, 2010 on OSN's Show Series in the Middle East. It began airing in Israel on December 12, 2010.
The series saw the lowest ratings in its history in the seventh season. In the first 12 episodes, the series attracted very similar viewership to the second half of the sixth season and hit season highs of 4.4 in the 18-49 demographic and continued around 3.5 - 4.3 until mid January. But after the thirteenth episode of season seven, "I'm Still Here", the ratings declined heavily because of the consecutive competition from the 68th Golden Globe Awards and then saw even lower numbers, against the 2011 Grammy Awards and then the Country Music Association Awards. "Desperate Housewives" lost many viewers in the second half of its season, and unlike the previous season, it failed to pick up again towards the end of the season. The show hit series lows of 2.7 in 18-49 demographic twice and continued to receive ratings between 2.7 - 3.1 in the last 11 episodes with the exception of "Searching" which was promoted by ABC after the 83rd Academy Awards and had a lead in from the season premiere of Secret Millionaire. This is the first time in its history that it did not place in the 20 most watched shows, ranking as the 26th most watched show, although it did place as the 13th most watched scripted show during the 2010-11 television season. The season averaged 11.85 million viewers per episode and is ABC's third most watched scripted show in total viewers after Body of Proof and Modern Family. In the 18-49 demographic, the show ranked 20th.
- 1 Production
- 2 Cast
- 3 Storylines
- 4 Episodes
- 5 References
Desperate Housewives has been picked up for a seventh season. The first episode of the seventh season aired on September 26, 2010. The season finale aired on May 15, 2011.
The regular cast underwent several changes from the 6th to the 7th season. The returning castmembers included series narrator Brenda Strong as Mary Alice Young, and leading housewives Teri Hatcher as Susan Delfino, Felicity Huffman as Lynette Scavo, Marcia Cross as Bree Van de Kamp and Eva Longoria as Gabrielle Solis, as well as husbands James Denton as Mike Delfino, Ricardo Antonio Chavira as Carlos Solis and Doug Savant as Tom Scavo, and also Charlie Carver as Porter Scavo, Joshua Logan Moore as Parker Scavo, Madison De La Garza as Juanita Solis and Mason Vale Cotton as M.J. Delfino. Kathryn Joosten (Karen McCluskey) also returned as a series regular, being promoted to a "starring" castmember. Kyle MacLachlan (Orson Hodge) asked to be let go from the main cast after season 6 to pursue other projects. The Bolen family's story ended in the 6th season finale, so series regulars Drea de Matteo (Angie Bolen), Jeffrey Nordling (Nick Bolen) and Beau Mirchoff (Danny Bolen) all left the main cast, as did Andrea Bowen (Julie Mayer). The role of Penny Scavo was recast, with Kendall Applegate being replaced by Darcy Rose Byrnes.
Former recurring guest stars Kevin Rahm (Lee McDermott) and Tuc Watkins (Bob Hunter) were promoted to "starring" castmembers, and former Ugly Betty star Vanessa Williams joined the cast as a sort of fifth lead (following the departure of three supporting housewives over the previous two seasons) in the role of Renee Perry.
Max Carver retained his recurring status as Preston Scavo, as did other established recurring guest stars, including Daniella Baltodano as Celia Solis and Orson Bean as Roy Bender. Several former series regulars have guest starred throughout the season, including Bowen as Julie, Cody Kasch as Zach Young, Shawn Pyfrom as Andrew Van de Kamp, Joy Lauren as Danielle Katz, Steven Culp as Rex Van de Kamp, and Brent and Shane Kinsman as younger Preston and Porter, respectively. Harriet Sansom Harris returned as Felicia Tilman, after having been written off for a while following season 2.
Susan and Mike are facing financial troubles, which has forced them to leave Wisteria Lane and move-in to a small apartment. Mike asks Lee to rent the house on Wisteria Lane to whoever offers the most money. This ends up being Paul Young, who has just been released from prison and moves into the house, along with his new wife Beth. Susan and Mike are upset that Paul is now living in their house, but he has signed a one year lease, so there isn't anything they can do. In the season premiere, Susan receives an offer from her new landlady Maxine to appear on Maxine's erotic web site doing housework while wearing lingerie. Despite initially refusing the offer, Susan accepts it after Mike considers taking a job on an oil rig in Alaska. Susan does her best to hide this secret from her family and friends. However, her secret is soon discovered by Paul, who is now blackmailing her into letting him buy the house, an offer Mike has previously refused. When Mike learns of Susan's secret, he decides to accept the offer of working a couple of months in Alaska so they can return to their house in Wisteria Lane as soon as possible and Susan agrees to be Lynette's nanny. During a protest after Paul announced that he plans to open a halfway house for ex-convicts on the street, the protest escalates into a violent riot and Susan is trampled by the unruly crowd. As a result, Susan loses a kidney after she learns that her second kidney is deformed and she is at severe risk of renal failure. Susan reluctantly agrees to undergo dialysis while waiting for a transplant. After Beth kills herself, she gives her kidney to Susan, to which although Paul first refuses, he later accepts and he and Susan reconcile. After discovering that Paul has been depressed following Beth's suicide, Susan begins cooking meals for him with the assistance of Felicia Tilman, who secretly adds antifreeze to the food in an effort to kill him. Paul nearly dies as a result of the poisoned food. Unaware that Felicia is helping prepare his meals, Paul has Susan arrested for attempting to kill him. Eventually, Susan is released, Paul confesses to the murder of Martha Huber, and Felicia presumably dies in a car crash while fleeing town. Susan and her family move back onto Wisteria Lane.
Lynette has just had her newest baby, Paige Scavo. Lynette's old college frenemy, Renee Perry, wife of New York Yankees player Doug Perry, comes to visit her. While Lynette decides to ignore Tom's postpartum depression, Renee listens to him, which Lynette thanks her for, but tells her to back off. She's also stunned after Tom's doctor prescribes marijuana as a cure for his depression. Lynette realizes that her daughter Penny is helping her a lot with the baby, and decides she needs a nanny. Tom enlists the help of his mother, who has very different views on family values than Lynette, which causes conflict. In addition, Tom's mother seems to be losing her memory. When Tom's mother, Allison, clashes with Lynette, he decides that the best thing to do for her is to send her to a nursing home. She hires Susan, who's having financial woes, to be her newborn baby's nanny. Lynette is shown to be insecure in their marriage when Tom complains that she never "talks him up" to her friends although they sort it out. When Lynette learns that Renee and Tom had a one night stand 20 years ago which happened right after Tom and Lynette became engaged, she doesn't take it well, and is of course upset but keeps it quiet and instead begins a series of pranks against Tom as payback. When Tom find out, he confronts Lynette and she eventually forgives him. When Tom gets a new job that provides well, Renee encourages Lynette to spend freely with money but also warns her that Tom will be spending more time away. When Tom attends a conference, Lynette is upset that she is unable to attend any of the events because she's just a wife, and she is not allowed to attend any speeches, so Lynette steals a woman's ID to attend a talk only to discover she has the identity of the keynote speaker. Back home, Renee watches as Tom and Lynette argue, and he complains, that after so many years of supporting Lynette, it hurts that she won't do the same for him. Then when Tom hires Lynette and Renee to decorate his office, Lynette decides to design it against the wishes of Tom. Renee overrules her to give Tom the office he wants. More tension arises between Tom and Lynette when Tom decides to book a luxurious holiday for the family and announces it Lynette is annoyed and consults Tom about why he did not consult her about it first. This leads to yet another fight between them; this time however they insult each other. They decide that it is only them who need to spend a holiday together. The holiday turns out badly and the relationship deteriorates and becomes extremely awkward. Before Lynette attends a street dinner party, Penny reveals to her that Tom had left her a note. Lynette is surprised and finds that Tom's unpacked suitcase from the holiday is not in the bedroom, convincing her that Tom had left her. After revealing to Susan that she thought Tom had left her, Lynette walks into her house, finding Tom, had returned. The two talk and Lynette confesses that when she thought Tom had left, she felt relieved, leading the pair to finally decide to separate.
Bree Van de Kamp
Bree is having a hard time. She tells Gaby the truth about the car accident that killed Carlos's mother eleven years ago. She's also just getting divorced from Orson, and having to adjust to being a single woman in her mid-fifties. She begins to feel attracted to her handyman, Keith Watson, and initially competes for his attention with Renee Perry. Keith and Bree begin dating, and Bree has to deal with other issues pertaining to the their age difference, as Keith is in his thirties. Richard Watson, Keith's father, learns that Bree is a divorcee like himself, having feelings for Bree, he tries to make a move to destroy Bree's and Keith's relationship so that he could have Bree instead. Keith attempts to propose to Bree and after the second failed attempt, Keith begins to question his relationship with Bree. Richard manipulates Keith's mind by warning him that Bree might be using him as a diversion from her actual feelings after her divorce from Orson Hodge. As a result, Keith begins to avoid Bree. Richard then kisses Bree all of a sudden and after he leaves, Bree tells Keith everything about his father's attempts to tear them apart. Later, Keith confronts Richard about this and has a fistfight with him but when rioters, who are opposing Paul Young's plan to open a halfway house for ex-convicts on Wisteria Lane, see the two fight, they mistake him as an ex-convict due to his tattoos and ex-convict-like clothing and begin to beat Keith up. Bree breaks up the fight by firing a gun into the sky and this triggers fear and panic among the rioters and supporters for the halfway house alike, thinking this is an assassination attempt, proceed to flee, resulting into a riot. When Orson returns, claiming he was dumped by his girlfriend, Orson makes it clear he doesn't think Keith is a good choice for Bree as they have nothing in common. Bree goes to see Orson's ex, who reveals that Orson was the one who broke up with her as he's still in love with Bree. She confronts him and Orson confesses how he feels and thinks Bree is too good for Keith. Keith is angered at Bree continuing to want Orson to stay with them, saying that she's still in love with Orson. Bree proves to Keith that she's changed. When one of Keith's old girlfriends comes by, Bree is suspicious and discovers the woman has been raising Keith's son. Bree goes to the girlfriend, lying about how Keith doesn't want to know the child. Bree eventually confesses to Keith, overcome with guilt. Keith leaves to be with his son. Bree discovers that Andrew has started drinking again, so much so that his husband leaves him. She encourages Andrew to go into rehab but is jarred when he decides to make amends by telling Carlos about running over his mother. Bree accidentally blurts out what Andrew did, just before her son enters the cabin. Carlos is outraged over this but eventually forgives Andrew. However, says he won't forgive Bree for hiding the truth all these years and that they're no longer friends and that she and Gabby can no longer be friends. Bree ends up taking Gaby and her daughters into her house when Gaby leaves Carlos after telling him that she will not end her friendship with Bree. Bree she has a run in with Detective Chuck Vance (Jonathan Cake). Juanita Solis calls the police and tells them that Bree is trying to kill her and Celia (after Carlos tells her Bree's involvement in her grandmother's death). Detective Vance responds to the call at Bree's home and Carlos sorts everything out, explaining that the girls misunderstood what he had told them. Later, Bree agrees to go out on a date with Chuck, when Bree tells Renee, Renee runs a background check on Chuck and reveals to Bree that he's still married (though he had filed for divorce a year ago). At dinner, Bree confronts Chuck with this information but Chuck retaliates by telling her that he had also ran a background check on her, therefore becoming more aware of Bree's past. Offended, Bree abruptly ends the date, however, later that night, Chuck impresses Bree, and she gives Chuck a second chance and the two agree to go out on another date afterwards. In the finale, Bree and Chuck have sex with each other, after a long wait for Chuck's divorce to go through. At the end, when all the housewives walk in on the death of Gaby's stepfather by Carlos, Bree is the one who decides to cover up the incident, and for this, Carlos forgives Bree.
The season premiere reveals that Gaby's baby had been switched at birth, meaning that Juanita isn't really her daughter. While she's torn between looking out for her biological daughter and keeping Juanita, she's also keeping from Carlos that it was Andrew Van De Kamp who was driving the car that killed his mother eleven years ago. After asking Bob, her lawyer, to contact the family of her biological daughter, Carlos warns her that if things end badly, he will leave her forever. After meeting their daughter, Grace, Gaby and Carlos are finding that they are falling in love with her. However, Juanita is getting suspicious of all the attention Grace is receiving, and her legal parents are revealed to be illegal immigrants. After Hector, Grace's legal father, was deported, her legal mother, Carmen, must go into hiding. But when Gabrielle and Carlos go to pick up Grace, Carmen insists on taking Grace. Lynette tells Gabrielle to write a letter to Grace but Juanita finds it and runs away, hiding in the back of Bob and Lee's car, where Gabrielle sees her just in time for her to be rescued during the riot. A therapist suggests that Carlos and Gabrielle cut off all ties and reminders of Grace in order to let the tension with Juanita heal. Gabrielle is reluctant, keeping photos of Grace but Carlos demands she do this for Juanita. Gabrielle seems to agree, but goes to a boutique and buys a doll that resembles Grace and keeps it hidden from her family. After Juanita and Celia find it and play with it, Gabrielle begins to becomes too attached to the doll. Carlos finds out about Gabrielle's obsession with the doll, and one night when they go out, they get carjacked by an unknown gunman. Carlos insists she go to therapy but she ignores it. Eventually, Carlos goes with her as she confesses to the therapist how she was molested as a child. Gabrielle and Carlos go to her hometown where Gaby is surprised to learn she is a celebrity. She enjoys being admired by the townspeople until she meets the nun she had once confided in about her abuse as a child. The nun had then refused to believe Gabrielle's story and Gabrielle lets out the shame she has long since been forced to feel by the cold nun's words. When Andrew decides to tell Carlos about running over his mother, Carlos does forgive Andrew, he is furious with Gabrielle over keeping the secret from him. He tells Bree that he won't forgive her for hiding the truth and bans Gabrielle from seeing Bree again. Gabrielle takes her girls and temporarily moves in with Bree. She shortly returns to Carlos. When Juanita has nightmares and claims that a man is standing on the family's front lawn every night. Gabrielle is doubtful of this until she too notices the mysterious stranger. She sees him while shopping one day and asks a security officer to see a security camera. She realizes that her stalker is the stepfather who raped her as a child even though he was believed to be dead. Gabrielle learns her stepfather has been following her everywhere she goes. She drives to a deserted area when she knows he is following her, and walks into a clearing, armed with a gun that she acquired for her protection. She confronts him about raping her as a young girl. He admits to it. In the second part of the finale, during Susan's coming home dinner, Gabrielle runs home to begin preparations for dessert course. Once she enters her house, her stepfather confronts her again, pretending to have her gun. He begins to hint that he will attack and rape her. However, Carlos comes home and intervenes, accidentally killing him with a blow to the head from a candlestick. Bree, Susan, and Lynette come into the house and discover the body. With help from Bree, they are able to clean up before the rest of the guests arrive. The group agrees to keep the situation secret.
Renee is Lynette's college friend and they have a frenemy relationship. After she announces to Lynette that she's moving right across the street, Tom tells her to not to tell Lynette about something that had happened between them whilst he and Lynette had broken up. She's also divorcing her husband, Doug Perry, after he dumped her for his agent's secretary. She competes for the attention of Keith with Bree, but eventually steps aside and the two become friends. Renee also clashes with Gaby, but they, too, become friends. She asks Lynette's help so they can start a business together, and Lynette accepts the offer. When Susan discovers Renee had an affair with Tom Scavo 20 years ago and says she is still in love with him. When Renee eventually tells Lynette about the affair. Apparently, Tom and Lynette had briefly broken up during this time. Lynette decides to forgive Renee and Tom. When Renee was asked to design a room for Bob and Lee's adopted daughter, Renee reveals that she once thought about having children of her own. Renee then decides she wants to adopt a baby, although Lynette stops her and says Renee is not ready to be a mother. It is also revealed that Renee's mother shot herself. In the season finale, Renee finds out that Doug is getting married again so she gets drunk and has a fling with her bartender, but it doesn't last long.
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
135 1 "Remember Paul?" David Grossman Marc Cherry September 26, 2010 13.06 After losing Orson and her business, Bree begins to rebuild her life while Susan and her family struggle to adapt to their changed life with their financial troubles. Lynette finds herself questioning her life after the arrival and stay of a frenemy from college and Gaby is shocked to learn the truth about her mother-in-law's death. In the meantime, Paul Young, Mary Alice's widower, returns with blatantly shady motives. 136 2 "You Must Meet My Wife" Larry Shaw Dave Flebotte October 3, 2010 13.23 Renee begins spending a lot of time with Tom, who discovered that he is diagnosed with postpartum depression, which Lynette doesn't believe. Bree begins to think about her contractor sexually, and accidentally runs someone over because of it while Gabrielle learns a heart-wrenching secret. Because of her sexy new job, Susan is weighted with guilt to keep it a secret from her loved ones while Paul's new wife finally arrives on Wisteria Lane. 137 3 "Truly Content" Tara Nicole Weyr Matt Berry October 10, 2010 12.38 Lynette is stunned when Tom's doctor prescribes marijuana as a cure for his depression. Gaby decides to do a little research to see how her biological daughter is doing while Renee takes Bree to a night out in a club, but when Renee begins to flirt with Keith, the competition begins between the two of them and Susan gets an important lesson from an unexpected person. Meanwhile, the women invite Beth to their weekly poker game in an attempt to find out some dirty little secrets about Paul. 138 4 "The Thing That Counts Is What's Inside" David Grossman Jason Ganzel October 17, 2010 12.67 Susan is horrified when the sexy internet company she's been working for makes her their billboard model and confronts Maxine about this. Tension continues to heat up as Renee tries to steal Keith away from Bree. Lynette learns her daughter Penny is helping a lot with the new baby and inadvertently takes advantage of her. Gabrielle and Carlos meet their birth daughter but Gabrielle gets a little too close. 139 5 "Let Me Entertain You" Lonny Price Sara Parriott & Josann McGibbon October 24, 2010 12.16 Susan infuriates Maxine after she loses a big client. Renee and Gaby share intimate secrets about each other to the wrong people, leading to a smackdown while Bree gets increasingly exhausted by Keith's sexual appetite. Lynette is nervous after Tom hires his own mother as the baby's nanny without talking to her first. A new housewife, Emma Graham, puts on a cabaret show with surprising results. 140 6 "Excited and Scared" Jeff Greenstein Jeff Greenstein October 31, 2010 11.10 Susan is forced to reveal her secret to Mike after Paul discovered her secret and blackmails her. Juanita becomes suspicious of Gaby spending a lot of time with Grace and Lynette is worried about Tom's mother's memory lapses. Bree learns a secret about Keith and Paul takes Beth out on a date. 141 7 "A Humiliating Business" Larry Shaw Marco Pennette November 7, 2010 12.72 A reluctant Susan accepts Lynette's offer to be baby Paige's nanny. After undergoing menopause, Bree is pressured to tell Keith the truth, resulting in meeting Keith's parents. Renee makes a proposal that Lynette can't refuse and Gaby fears that Bob might be trying to seduce Carlos after they become friends and attempts to reunite Bob with Lee. Beth begins to question Paul's motives for returning to Wisteria Lane and it is revealed that Beth is actually the daughter of Felicia, Paul's sworn enemy. 142 8 "Sorry Grateful" David Grossman Annie Weisman November 14, 2010 11.92 Bree invites Keith's parents to a Thanksgiving dinner and discovers some family secrets but starts to get worried when Keith's father, Richard, begins to flirt with her. Susan fights with Lynette about her techniques to make baby Paige fall asleep and Renee reminds Tom about their past. Gaby learns that her time with Grace might be threatened and Beth tries to learn more about Paul's past misdeeds. 143 9 "Pleasant Little Kingdom" Arlene Sanford Dave Flebotte December 5, 2010 11.36 Gabrielle tries to keep Grace in her life and breaks down when Carmen decides to take Grace with her as they flee from Fairview. Keith prepares a special dinner for Bree and a drunk Renee accidentally shares a dark secret with Susan. Paul's plan is finally revealed which causes anger among the residents of the lane. 144 10 "Down the Block There's a Riot" Larry Shaw Bob Daily December 12, 2010 11.60 Juanita learns the truth about the baby switch and confronts Gabrielle. Susan tells Tom the secret that Renee told her while Richard tries to drive a wedge between Bree and Keith. Paul puts his house-buying scheme into action which causes a riot to break out during the protest of the half-way house, resulting in some people getting seriously injured and at the end of the day, Paul gets shot by an unknown gunman. 145 11 "Assassins" David Warren John Paul Bullock III January 2, 2011 12.19 Paul finds out that Beth is Felicia Tilman's daughter. A therapist asks Carlos and Gabrielle to erase Grace from their lives. Susan learns she will need kidney dialysis every 48 hours. Renee finally tells the secret between her and Tom to Lynette. After Orson returns, Bree must deal with her feelings and choose between Orson and Keith. Detectives try to find the person responsible for shooting Paul Young. 146 12 "Where Do I Belong" David Grossman David Schladweiler January 9, 2011 12.83 Susan's mother and aunt visit her at the hospital, Lynette plots revenge against Tom, Gabrielle becomes increasingly obsessed with getting Grace back and Bree wants to be friends with Beth. 147 13 "I'm Still Here" Lonny Price Josann McGibbon & Sara Parriott January 16, 2011 10.25 Bree finds out that a woman, who is looking for Keith, has a son that he knows nothing about and Susan tries to have a conversation during her dialysis treatment at the hospital. Stella, Lynette's mother, decides to marry a new boyfriend and Bob and Lee decide to adopt an 8-year-old girl while Gabrielle and Carlos get burgled by a carjacker; Paul has plans for Beth when he accompanies her to a local cabin. 148 14 "Flashback" Andrew Doerfer Matt Berry February 13, 2011 9.20 While in therapy, Gabrielle learns the truth about her past; Keith becomes suspicious about Bree's secret; Lynette's mother tells a lie to a coroner about Frank's death; Mike confronts Zach about Paul's shooting; someone makes arrangements to give Susan a new kidney. 149 15 "Farewell Letter" David Grossman Marco Pennette February 20, 2011 10.58 Gabrielle and Carlos head to Texas to visit Gabrielle's stepfather's grave; Bree convinces Keith to go to Florida along with his son; Lynette prohibits Porter and Preston from bringing home girls; Renee tries to use Susan's dialysis to help her get into a restaurant, but fails; after sending Zach to a rehab facility, Paul decides what to do about Beth. 150 16 "Searching" Larry Shaw Jeff Greenstein March 6, 2011 11.35 Jenny Hunter-McDermott and Juanita Solis perform in a school talent show; Civil War reenactors interrupt Susan and Mike's lovemaking; When an ER clerk tells Beth to go to another floor with her kidney donation paperwork, she uses drastic measures, and commits suicide by shooting herself in the head; While on a date, Renee pays a waitress to babysit Paige. 151 17 "Everything's Different, Nothing's Changed" David Warren Annie Weisman April 3, 2011 9.05 Paul tries to stand between Susan and her kidney transplant; Felicia is released from prison and swears revenge against Paul; Gabrielle is furious about a neighborhood party planned by Renee; Tom is caught between working with Carlos and a job opportunity; Andrew's drinking concerns Bree. 152 18 "Moments in the Woods" David Grossman John Paul Bullock III April 17, 2011 9.11 Susan makes a huge bet at a casino; Renee teaches Lynette to order a saleslady around; Carlos finds out that Andrew was responsible for his mother's hit and run; Felicia tries to make peace with Paul, despite her hatred of him. 153 19 "The Lies Ill-Concealed" Larry Shaw David Schladweiler April 24, 2011 10.15 When Tom attends a business seminar, Lynette attends to flower arrangements; she later tries to pose as a successful woman to no avail; Susan has nightmares about Paul Young; Gabrielle is forbidden to be friends with Bree by Carlos; Felicia tries to get help from Mrs. McCluskey in an attempt to get revenge against Paul. 154 20 "I'll Swallow Poison on Sunday" David Warren Jason Ganzel May 1, 2011 9.44 After taking illegal action, Bree is caught by Chuck Vance, a police officer; someone, possibly Felicia, has been poisoning Paul with antifreeze; despite a family obligation, Tom must complete his work. 155 21 "Then I Really Got Scared" Larry Shaw Valerie A. Brotski May 8, 2011 10.00 Bree finds out Chuck Vance has researched her; they later do something surprising, involving a hooker; Juanita is unable to sleep after watching a horror movie; Paul checks his food for any sign of antifreeze; Susan brings refreshments that could be fatal to people; Tom and Lynette have a vacation argument. 156 22 "And Lots of Security..." David Grossman Joe Keenan May 15, 2011 10.25 The police have reason to believe Susan and Felicia were poisoning Paul; Tom and Lynette learn that a couple are going through a rough patch; Gabrielle is shaken after finding out her past may not be behind her; Bree learns something about Chuck's relationship with men. 157 23 "Come on Over for Dinner" Larry Shaw Bob Daily May 15, 2011 10.25 The Wisteria Lane residents each enjoy a progressive dinner celebrating Susan's return to the lane. Lynette accepts Tom's departure, Bree connects with Chuck (and burns the entree) and Gabrielle is attacked by her stepfather. When Carlos kills him, the housewives cover it up.
United States (On ABC)
Title Original airing Rating Share Rating/share
Total viewers (in millions) Rank per week Note 135
Remember Paul? September 26, 2010 8.1 12 4.3 13.056 #15  136
You Must Meet My Wife October 3, 2010 8.2 12 4.4 13.234 #13  137
Truly Content October 10, 2010 7.9 12 3.9 12.379 #15  138
The Thing That Counts Is What's Inside October 17, 2010 8.0 12 3.9 12.669 #12  139
Let Me Entertain You October 24, 2010 7.7 12 3.9 12.159 #16  140
Excited and Scared October 31, 2010 7.3 11 3.5 11.096 #24  141
A Humiliating Business November 7, 2010 7.8 12 4.1 12.716 #12  142
Sorry Grateful November 14, 2010 7.4 11 3.8 11.921 #18  143
Pleasant Little Kingdom December 5, 2010 7.1 11 3.6 11.359 #11  144
Down the Block There's a Riot December 12, 2010 7.4 11 3.6 11.598 #15  145
Assassins January 2, 2011 7.5 12 3.8 12.194 #7  146
Where Do I Belong January 9, 2011 8.0 12 3.9 12.831 #9  147
I'm Still Here January 16, 2011 6.3 10 3.1 10.251 #17  148
Flashback February 13, 2011 5.7 9 2.7 9.201 #28  149
Farewell Letter February 20, 2011 6.5 10 3.1 10.580 #19  150
Searching March 6, 2011 7.2 11 3.4 11.351 #11  151
Everything's Different, Nothing's Changed April 3, 2011 5.8 9 2.9 9.047 #26  152
Moments in the Woods April 17, 2011 5.9 9 2.7 9.105 #19  153
The Lies Ill-Concealed April 24, 2011 6.2 10 3.1 10.150 #13  154
I'll Swallow Poison on Sunday May 1, 2011 6.0 9 2.8 9.438* #20  155
Then I Really Got Scared May 8, 2011 6.2 10 2.9 10.001 #20  156
And Lots of Security... May 15, 2011 6.6 10 3.1 10.251 #22  157
Come on Over for Dinner May 15, 2011 6.6 10 3.1 10.251 #22 
United Kingdom (On Channel 4)
Episode number Title Channel 4 E4 (+1) Total viewers Airdate Viewersa Airdate Viewersa 135
Remember Paul? October 17, 2010 2.38m - #4 October 13, 2010 2.38m 2.38m 136
You Must Meet My Wife October 24, 2010 1.82m - #18 October 20, 2010 436,000 - #6 2.26m 137
Truly Content October 31, 2010 1.26m - #31 October 27, 2010 335,000 - #11 1.60m 138
The Thing That Counts Is What's Inside November 7, 2010 1.17m - #31 November 3, 2010 651,000 - #3
(389,000 - #1)
Let Me Entertain You November 14, 2010* 1.07m - #31 November 10, 2010 232,000 - #11 1.30m 140
Excited and Scared November 21, 2010* 701,000 - #31 November 17, 2010 677,000 - #3
(210,000 - #4)
A Humiliating Business November 28, 2010* 976,000 - #31 November 24, 2010 716,000 - #3
(294,000 - #1)
Sorry Grateful December 5, 2010* 782,000 - #31 December 1, 2010 713,000 - #4
(356,000 - #1)
Pleasant Little Kingdom December 12, 2010 748,000 - #29 December 8, 2010 682,000 - #4
(314,000 - #3)
Down the Block There's a Riot December 19, 2010 750,000 - #31 December 15, 2010 784,000 - #5
(294,000 - #2)
Assassins April 13, 2011 2.02m - #6 April 10, 2011 404,000 - #9 2.42m 146
Where Do I Belong April 20, 2011 1.35m - #16 April 17, 2011 531,000 - #6
(204,000 - #6)
I'm Still Here April 27, 2011 1.49m - #13 April 24, 2011 621,000 - #2
242,000 - #3
Flashback May 4, 2011 900,000 - #31 May 1, 2011 722,000 - #2
(294,000 - #2)
Farewell Letter May 11, 2011 900,000 - #31 May 8, 2011 646,000 - #2
(200,000 - #9)
Searching May 18, 2011 810,000 - #31 May 15, 2011 734,000 - #2 1.54m 151
Everything's Different, Nothing's Changed May 25, 2011 1.35m - #21 May 22, 2011 669,000 - #2
(201,000 - #5)
Moments in the Woods June 1, 2011 1.27m - #24 May 29, 2011 716,000 - #2 1.99m 153
The Lies Ill-Concealed June 8, 2011 800,000 - #31 June 5, 2011 765,000 - #1
(195,000 - #4)
I'll Swallow Poison on Sunday June 15, 2011 830,000 - #31 June 12, 2011 686,000 - #2
(327,000 - #2)
Then I Really Got Scared June 22, 2011 1.37m - #28 June 19, 2011 750,000 - #3
(235,000 - #2)
And Lots of Security... June 29, 2011 828,000 -#31 June 26, 2011 842,000 - #1
(343,000 - #1)
Come on Over for Dinner July 6, 2011 790,000 -#31 July 3, 2011 898,000 - #2
(302,000 - #2)
aViewers in millions. *These 4 episodes aired at the later time of 10.30pm on Channel 4.
The show took a break at Christmas until April and eventually returned to its previous time-slots of airing on E4 on Sundays, and on Channel 4 on Wednesdays. The series eventually returned on April 13, 2011 on Channel 4 and E4 from Sunday, April 17, 2011.
Canadian Ratings (On CTV)
Title Original airing Total viewers (in millions) Rank per week 135
Remember Paul? September 26, 2010 1.284 #28 136
You Must Meet My Wife October 3, 2010 2.029 #14 137
Truly Content October 10, 2010 1.734 #17 138
The Thing That Counts is What's Inside October 17, 2010 2.003 #11 139
Let Me Entertain You October 24, 2010 1.511 #20 140
Excited and Scared October 31, 2010 2.116 #9 141
A Humiliating Business November 7, 2010 2.059 #9 142
Sorry Grateful November 14, 2010 2.093 #11 143
Pleasant Little Kingdom December 5, 2010 1.952 #8 144
Down the Block There's a Riot December 12, 2010 1.927 #10 145
Assassins January 2, 2011 1.799 #4 146
Where Do I Belong January 9, 2011 1.914 #8 147
I'm Still Here January 16, 2011 1.289 #21 148
Flashback February 13, 2011 1.297 N/A 149
Farewell Letter February 20, 2011 1.641 #23 150
Searching March 6, 2011 1.770 #16 151
Everything's Different, Nothing's Changed April 3, 2011 1.503 #18 152
Moments in the Woods April 17, 2011 1.596 #14 153
The Lies Ill-Concealed April 24, 2011 1.210 #22 154
I'll Swallow Poison on Sunday May 1, 2011 1.665 #13 155
Then I Really Got Scared May 8, 2011 1.052 N/A 156
And Lots of Security... May 15, 2011 1.386 #23 157
Come on Over for Dinner May 15, 2011 1.386 #23
New Zealand on TV2
The Seventh Season began in New Zealand on 14 February 2011 around the time it always has in the 8:30pm Monday timeslot which it has had for all 7 years. The season ended on July 18, 2011 with the highest rating of the show since Season 5 of 525,000 viewers. It also marks the first time in the series history in which episodes have aired consistently each week with no breaks. This season average 418,555 viewers.
All ratings sourced from: Throng Ratings. The first episode premièred to what was a series low rating of only 375,000 viewers but was still one of the highest rating shows for the night. The next 2 episodes rose steadily while Episode 4 hit an impressive 444,790 viewers. Episode 5 managed to remain around this high while the next 4 episodes only managed to hover below 400,000. Episode 10 managed 431,000 viewers while Episode 11 dropped to just under 400,000. Episode 12 pulled in a massive 460,000 viewers and at that point was the highest rated episode of the season. Up until episode 21, the ratings moved between over 390,000 viewers to 430,000 viewers. Episode 21 hit over 450,000 viewers while Episode 22 hit a series low 370,090 viewers. Episode 23 (season finale) premièred after a television special and pulled in 525,575 viewers, the highest in nearly 3 years for the show.
Episode number Title Original airing Viewers 135 Remember Paul? February 14, 2011 375,350 136 You Must Meet My Wife February 21, 2011 396,890 137 Truly Content February 28, 2011 404,960 138 The Thing That Counts Is What's Inside March 7, 2011 444,790 139 Let Me Entertain You March 14, 2011 432,150 140 Excited and Scared March 21, 2011 380,290 141 A Humiliating Business March 28, 2011 389,740 142 Sorry Grateful April 4, 2011 394,060 143 Pleasant Little Kingdom April 11, 2011 378,980 144 Down the Block There's a Riot April 18, 2011 431,520 145 Assassins April 25, 2011 398,780 146 Where Do I Belong May 2, 2011 460,080 147 I'm Still Here May 9, 2011 391,410 148 Flashback May 16, 2011 414,070 149 Farewell Letter May 23, 2011 397,930 150 Searching May 30, 2011 424,070 151 Everything's Different, Nothing's Changed June 6, 2011 398,060 152 Moments in the Woods June 13, 2011 423,630 153 The Lies Ill-Concealed June 20, 2011 422,600 154 I'll Swallow Poison on Sunday June 27, 2011 433,150 155 Then I Really Got Scared July 4, 2011 451,520 156 And Lots of Security... July 11, 2011 370,090 157 Come on Over for Dinner July 18, 2011 525,470
Ireland On RTÉ 2
- Desperate Housewives airs Tuesdays at 9.55pm on RTÉ 2.
- All ratings below are supplied from The RTÉ Guide. The ratings are supplied by TAM Ireland/Nielsen TAM.
- Season 7 averaged 437,348 viewers, down a little from the sixth season's average.
Episode number Title Original airing Timeslot Viewers Rank 135 Remember Paul? October 12, 2010 9:55pm 532,000 #2 136 You Must Meet My Wife October 19, 2010 9:55pm 464,000 #1 137 Truly Content October 26, 2010 9:55pm 447,000 #1 138 The Thing That Counts Is What's Inside November 2, 2010 9:55pm 485,000 #1 139 Let Me Entertain You November 9, 2010 9:55pm 415,000 #1 140 Excited and Scared November 16, 2010 9:55pm 434,000 #2 141 A Humiliating Business November 23, 2010 9:55pm 447,000 #1 142 Sorry Grateful November 30, 2010 9:55pm 448,000 #1 143 Pleasant Little Kingdom December 7, 2010 9:55pm 420,000 #1 144 Down the Block There's a Riot December 14, 2010 9:55pm 415,000 #1 145 Assassins March 1, 2011 9:55pm 499,000 #1 146 Where Do I Belong March 8, 2011 9:55pm 477,000 #2 147 I'm Still Here March 15, 2011 9:55pm 415,000 #2 148 Flashback March 22, 2011 9:55pm 452,000 #2 149 Farewell Letter March 29, 2011 9:55pm 440,000 #1 150 Searching April 5, 2011 9:55pm 427,000 #1 151 Everything's Different, Nothing's Changed April 12, 2011 9.55pm 389,000 #1 152 Moments in the Woods April 19, 2011 9.55pm 377,000 #1 153 The Lies Ill-Concealed April 26, 2011 9.55pm 409,000 #1 154 I'll Swallow Poison on Sunday May 3, 2011 9.55pm 386,000 #1 155 Then I Really Got Scared May 10, 2011 10.05pm* 410,000 #2 156 And Lots of Security... May 17, 2011 9.55pm 393,000 #1 157 Come on Over for Dinner May 24, 2011 9.55pm 478,000 #1
- Episode 155 was scheduled to start at 10.05pm but was delayed until 10.15pm due to the 2011 Eurovision Semi-Final 1 running 10 minutes over.
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Desperate Housewives Characters
Betty Applewhite · Angie Bolen · Edie Britt · Mike Delfino · Susan Delfino · Orson Hodge · Bob Hunter · Katherine Mayfair · Karen McCluskey · Lee McDermott · Renee Perry · Lynette Scavo · Tom Scavo · Carlos Solis · Gabrielle Solis · Andrew Van de Kamp · Bree Van de Kamp · Mary Alice Young · Paul YoungAcquaintances of: Susan Mayer · Lynette Scavo · Bree Van de Kamp · Gabrielle Solis · Other characters
Episodes"Remember Paul?" · "You Must Meet My Wife" · "Truly Content" · "The Thing That Counts Is What's Inside" · "Let Me Entertain You" · "Excited and Scared" · "A Humiliating Business" · "Sorry Grateful" · "Pleasant Little Kingdom" · "Down the Block There's a Riot" · "Assassins" · "Where Do I Belong" · "I'm Still Here" · "Flashback" · "Farewell Letter" · "Searching" · "Everything's Different, Nothing's Changed" · "Moments in the Woods" · "The Lies Ill-Concealed" · "I'll Swallow Poison on Sunday" · "Then I Really Got Scared" · "And Lots of Security..." · "Come on Over for Dinner" Actors
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