Each housewife represented you or someone you knew, male or female, and though juiced with satire, the show had a gritty realism that was hard to shake off.When a housewife made a decision, shocking, or expected, it was with requited realism.The third annual International Women and Girls in Science Day will be celebrated worldwide on Feb.11 in order to recognize the achievements of women in science and to encourage girls to study science.The "normal" suburban life for a group of close-knit housewives takes a dark turn when one of their closest friends mysteriously commits suicide.Now while trying to deal with their own hectic problems and romantic lives, each year brings on a new mystery and more dark and twisted events to come.They act out of line, like complete idiots who don't know what to do with their lives, and the story lines became short lived, and some real good ones were never resolved, while others were far fetched and resolved in a short second, then dropped as if they never happened.
Xiao-Mei would never be able to be a surrogate without having a child of her own first.
Alas, ' Desperate Housewives' has become just another nighttime soap opera.
It always was, but as I said, it had a biting satire, comedic touch, that no one could really label. No matter what you thought, you could not turn away from it, and had to know more.
But she doesn't look like a 1 1/2 Year old Child, but instead still look like a (new born) Baby. When "Desperate Housewives" first premiered in early fall of 2004, it was a major and vast hit: It was the number one show of television for the week, and audiences all over were enthralled and taken with the likable characters and equally likable actors who portrayed them.
The show then was able to make more appropriate ends meet; there were magazine articles, and reviews hysteria, with each one of the 'housewife' actresses getting the proper amount of attention and stardom.