It's only the first episode of the last season of Desperate Housewives and the ladies are already rushing to forget. They've been through a lot in the past, but it looks as though they're hoping to keep a few big secrets at the back of their minds. Not to mention in the trunks of their cars.
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Now, check out this tense and thrilling clip of the show's season 8 premiere:
If you're absolutely clueless to what's going on, don't miss our refresher on what happened in the season 7 finale
of Desperate Housewives
. The party's over, they've had their dessert, and now the ladies of Wisteria Lane are tasked to dispose of the body of Alejandro.
As you can see, they manage to. But is a pact between them enough to cover it up?
On the clip above, they do their best to keep the devastating murder a secret. It's a huge weight to carry on your conscience, and it looks as though Susan is having second thoughts on her loyalties.
Will she join the other housewives in their ploy or will she go running to the cops and confess? The ladies better get away with something, seeing as how this is the final season of Desperate Housewives.
Well, it's not over yet. There's a lot more to come in season 8, as you can see from our preview guide
. Someone's getting a new apartment, someone's being sentenced to community service, and someone's falling for a new man. We'll find out what happens soon enough.
For now, don't forget to mark your calendars as the last installment of Desperate Housewives
premieres on September 25. And just so you won't miss another episode, go ahead and download the NEW BuddyTV Guide App
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