With the crazy things
that have been happening on ABC, you never know when you'll see the last of your favorite character. Current ABC darling Dana Delaney was last seen going off to "gay Paris" on Desperate Housewives
, and she admits to Zap2it
that she's not sure if it would turn out to be the last sighting of Katherine on Wisteria Lane.
"Robin and Katherine are in gay Paris now! Yay!" she says. "What I think happened was that [Desperate Housewives
creator] Marc Cherry - who is very facile and clever - the minute he heard that I was going to be doing this pilot, he said, that's fine, we'll just send you off to Paris, and if the show gets picked up, good for you, and if it doesn't, we can bring you back. So everything is sort of up in the air."
Delaney, whose two-episode arc on Castle
is enjoying a lot of hype, had previously said that she's considering leaving Housewives
to headline an upcoming ABC pilot Body of Evidence
. She reveals that she'll be done filming the pilot in two weeks. Until then, she's not sure what's going to happen.
If someone's moving out, another housewife is determined to stay put
- even if it means another 50 years or so.
"I love where I work," says Teri Hatcher, who plays Susan. "I love who I work with and I love my role. I want to carry on for another 50 years! Susan would be 90 and have to move into a home because she wouldn't be able to hear any more."
That Hatcher is identified with her Housewives
role is an understatement, as she admits that people sometimes have trouble telling the two apart. "Mainly, I guess, because we're both single mums," she explains.
Her motherhood was in the spotlight on the last episode of Desperate Housewives
, in fact, when she tried to help her boy MJ sell the most candy bars for a fundraiser because she felt like he didn't win at anything. She can go overboard, however, as she even had MJ pretend he was handicapped just to win.
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