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In the town of Fairview there's a street called Wisteria Lane; a peaceful cul-de-sac with manicured lawns and beautiful houses. It's a place where you know all your neighbors and your neighbors know all about you. It's the perfect suburban fantasy. But, behind every picket fence there are secrets. And, in every seemingly happy home, you'll find jealousy, lust, passion, and sometimes…murder.
Season 7 opens with Vanessa Williams joining the cast as Lynette's rich friend Renee Perry, who makes an unexpected visit. Paul Young (Mark Moses) returns with his new wife after his release from prison, and they move into Susan's old house. Meanwhile, Susan is offered a job by the manager (Lainie Kazan) of the apartment building where she and Mike now live; the newly single Bree is tempted by her handyman (Brian Austin Green); and Carlos and Gaby are keeping secrets from each other.
Lynette thinks that Renee is spending too much time with Tom; Bree fires her handyman, Keith, after falling for him; Paul Young introduces his new wife around; Susan feels guilty about lying to Mike about her new job; and Gaby learns that Bree accidentally hit Juanita with her car.
Susan discovers that her Internet work is being imitated; Gaby goes behind Carlos' back to hire a private investigator; Lynette isn't happy with Tom's depression treatment; and Renee invites Bree to go clubbing (and man-hunting).
Susan goes public (against her will) for Va-Va Broom; Gaby tells her secret to the other housewives; Keith proves to be a bone of contention for Bree and Renee; Paul Young buys back the house he lived in with Mary Alice, over the objections of his new wife, Beth; and Lynette takes advantage of Penny's offer to take care of the youngest Scavo.
Susan upsets a Va-Va Broom client and Maxine notices; Renee and Gaby tell secrets about each other to the wrong people; Bree can't keep up with Keith in bed; Lynette is mad at Tom for asking his mother (Lois Smith) to be their baby's nanny without checking with her first; and housewife Emma Graham (Dana Glover) puts on a cabaret show with saxophonist Dave Koz.
As Halloween nears, Susan tells Mike about Va-Va-Broom; Juanita becomes suspicious of her mother's interest in Grace; Lynette worries about her mother-in-law's memory lapses; Bree learns a secret about Keith; and Paul is encouraged to take Beth on a date to heat up their unromantic marriage.
Renee has a job offer for Lynette while Susan reluctantly accepts Lynette's offer to be Paige's nanny; Bree is reluctant to tell Keith that she's beginning menopause; Bob strikes up a friendship with Carlos; and Beth begins to suspect Paul's motives for returning to Wisteria Lane.
Thanksgiving on Wisteria Lane: Gaby and Carlos discover surprising things about the Sanchezes that could threaten their time with Grace, while Bree learns some of Keith's family secrets over dinner with his parents (John Schneider and Nancy Travis). Meanwhile, Susan butts heads with Lynette over her sleep-training techniques for baby Paige; Renee keeps reminding Tom about their past; and Beth tries to learn more about Paul's past.
Gaby desperately seeks a way to keep Grace in her life; Keith plans a special dinner with Bree; Tom's angry at Lynette for not telling the other housewives about his special attributes; Renee tells Susan a secret; Paul's Wisteria Lane plot emerges.
Paul's nefarious plan for Wisteria Lane takes effect; Juanita discovers Gaby's secret; Bree invites Keith to move in with her; and Tom is confronted about a past indiscretion with Renee.
Susan's life hangs by a thread after being trampled during the Wisteria Lane riot. Meanwhile, Paul Young's fate is revealed; Keith moves in with Bree---and they get a visit from Orson; Gaby tries to fix her relationship with Juanita, but finds it tough to get rid of all traces of Grace; and Renee considers telling Lynette the truth about her past with Tom.
Susan gets a shock when her mother (Lesley Ann Warren) and aunt (Valerie Harper) visit; Lynette seeks revenge after hearing of Tom's fling with Renee; Bree tries to befriend Beth Young; and Gaby turns obsessive over the loss of Grace.
Lynette tries to stop her mother (Polly Bergen) from marrying an odious man (Larry Hagman); Bree learns disquieting things about Keith from his ex-girlfriend; Carlos worries about Gaby's obsession with a doll; Susan befriends a fellow dialysis patient who's depressed and curmudgeonly; Bob and Lee hire Renee to decorate their newly adopted daughter's bedroom; and Paul Young books a cabin in the woods for a getaway with Beth.
Lynette balks when her mother (Polly Bergen) asks her and the rest of the Scavos to pose for a family picture that includes her obnoxious new husband (Larry Hagman); Susan gets an unlikely kidney-transplant offer; Gaby won't confront her past in therapy sessions; Bree continues to keep Keith in the dark about the fact that he's a dad; and Mike wants to find out if his biological son Zach Young (Cody Kasch) was involved in the shooting of Zach's adoptive dad, Paul Young.
Porter and Preston Scavo move out (but not too far); Gaby and Carlos visit her hometown and discover her impact on it; Keith wants Bree to move to Florida with him so he can be closer to his son; Susan uses her kidney woes to her advantage; and Paul sends Zach to rehab, then makes a decision about Beth.
Susan learns that she needs a new kidney or she'll die, and Bree vows to get her one; Beth struggles to find her footing after Paul dumps her; Lynette tries to stop Renee from adopting a baby; and Gaby pressures Juanita to shine at her school talent show because she wants her to top Lee and Bob's talented daughter.
Paul Young comes between Susan and her new kidney; Tom passes up a job opportunity out of loyalty to Carlos, infuriating Lynette; Bree's worried about Andrew's drinking; and Renee refuses to cancel a party following a Wisteria Lane resident's suicide attempt, to Gaby's shock.
Susan begins gambling what little money she and Mike have; Bree tries to stop Andrew from admitting to Carlos that it was he who accidentally killed his mother; Renee introduces Lynette to the world of frivolous and conspicuous consumption.
Gaby disobeys Carlos' order not to see Bree after he learns that it was Andrew who killed his mother; Susan dreams about Paul Young after receiving Beth's kidney; Lynette resents being Tom's "plus one" at a weekend business conference; and Felicia Tillman tries to get Mrs. McCluskey on her side in her campaign against Paul.
Gaby, Juanita and Celia are staying with Bree, who must lay down the law to keep the girls from wrecking her house; Lynette clashes with Tom when he hires her and Renee to redecorate his office; Susan learns that Felicia Tillman is out of prison while she's nursing Paul back to health.
Paul's health is declining and he suspects that Susan is responsible for it; Lynette and Tom fight about their family vacation; Gaby lets Juanita watch a horror movie and soon regrets it; and Bree dates a detective, but doesn't trust him.
Season 7 finale (Part 1 of 2): Susan's accused of trying to murder Paul; Bree's attracted to Det. Chuck Vance, but suspects that he's gay; the Scavos spend a weekend at a B&B to work through their marital woes; and Gaby sees the stalker whom Juanita had told her about and decides to get a gun.
Season 7 finale (Conclusion): Wisteria Lane welcomes Susan back with a party that ends in murder. But first, a pistol-packin' Gaby stalks her stalker (Tony Plana); Lynette and Tom reflect on their B&B weekend; Bree meets Chuck Vance's wife (Anita Barone); and Renee is devastated when she learns that her ex is remarrying.
Jeffrey Nordling(Nick Bolen)
Roger Bart(George Williams)
Charles Mesure(Ben Faulkner)
Alfre Woodard(Betty Applewhite)
Mehcad Brooks(Matthew Applewhite)
Andrea Bowen(Julie Mayer)
Richard Burgi(Karl Mayer)
Charlie Carver(Porter Scavo)
Maiara Walsh(Ana Solis)
Neal McDonough(Dave Williams)
Kyle MacLachlan(Orson Hodge)
Steven Culp(Rex Van de Kamp)
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