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Desperate Housewives Season 6
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ABC promotional poster for the sixth season of Desperate Housewives. From left to right: Bree, Gabrielle, Susan, Katherine, and Lynette.
Series Desperate Housewives
Country of origin  United States
Network ABC
Original run September 27, 2009 (2009-09-27) present
No. of episodes 23
Previous season Season 5

The sixth season of Desperate Housewives, a television series created by Marc Cherry, began airing on September 27, 2009 and is expected to conclude on May 16, 2010. 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 Hodge, Gabrielle Solis and Katherine Mayfair. Angie Bolen and her family are the focus of this season's mystery.

The sixth season of Desperate Housewives began in the Republic of Ireland on Tuesday, January 5, 2010 at 9.55pm. The sixth season began at 10.00pm on January 27, 2010 on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom and began on the Seven Network in Australia on February 1, 2010.[1][2] It started airing at 9:00 PM on February 1, 2010 on OSN's Show Series in the Middle East.[3]

Contents

Production

The first episode of the sixth season, "Nice is Different Than Good", began airing on September 27, 2009. The series creator, Marc Cherry, told Entertainment Weekly that the bride's initial identity was to be Katherine and that Susan was the one who was going to have a nervous breakdown, until viewers informed him that they would rather see Susan and Mike reconcile. Cherry explained: "I originally was going to have Mike marry Katherine, but as I went out into the world on vacation and just started talking to people they were so determined that Mike and Susan should get together; they were so insistent on it. So I started to think, 'What if I went that way?' And it occurred to me that it might be a more effective way to go as opposed to frustrating the fans for another year by keeping Mike and Susan apart. The fans demanded it in a voice so loud I was kind of scared to go against them". Cherry also hinted that the couple's marriage "plays better for this season's mystery". Cherry also said that Katherine will suffer a breakdown, adding: "And it's going to be one of the funniest breakdowns you've ever seen". Marc Cherry revealed that the sixth season mystery will pay homage to a classic Dallas storyline. He added: "What we've planned is an interesting mystery storyline involving one of our beloved characters. It's a 'Who shot J.R.?' kind of storyline .For the mid-season cliffhanger, Marc Cherry has revealed that there will be a plane crash in season six of Desperate Housewives. The show's creator explained that the story is still in the planning stages and added that he does not yet know who will be involved in the accident. "It's going to be my cliffhanger for the first half of the season," he said, adding that it would "affect everyone's lives". However, Cherry said that none of the main characters will be killed in the crash. "I'd love to kill somebody 'cause that's just what I do," he joked. "But the truth is, right now I don't have anyone major dying. However, Cherry eventually decided to kill several characters, including a fan favorite.

Cast

The four protagonists - Susan Mayer-Delfino (Teri Hatcher), Lynette Scavo (Felicity Huffman), Bree Van de Kamp Hodge (Marcia Cross), and Gabrielle Solis (Eva Longoria Parker) - as well as the series' narrator, Mary Alice Young (Brenda Strong), are all returning as regular cast members as they are all contracted through the show's seventh season. Housewife Katherine Mayfair (Dana Delany) also returns; she has been contracted for at least three seasons. Nicollette Sheridan (Edie Britt) has left the series, as her character was killed off last season. Actress Drea de Matteo is joining the principal cast, playing newest housewife Angie Bolen. Alongside her, Jeffrey Nordling and Beau Mirchoff join the cast, playing Angie's husband, Nick Bolen, and son, Danny Bolen, respectively.

Also continuing as series regulars are Ricardo Antonio Chavira (Carlos Solis), Doug Savant (Tom Scavo), Kyle MacLachlan (Orson Hodge), and James Denton (Mike Delfino). Additionally, Charlie Carver (Porter Scavo), Joshua Logan Moore (Parker Scavo) and Kendall Applegate (Penny Scavo) all remain, while Max Carver (Preston Scavo) has left the series, as his character has left for Europe. Shawn Pyfrom (Andrew Van de Kamp) is not returning as a regular, he will instead be making guest appearances.

Furthermore, Andrea Bowen has re-joined the principal cast as Julie Mayer, and long-time supporting actress Kathryn Joosten (Karen McCluskey) has been promoted to a series regular, along with child actors Madison De La Garza (Juanita Solis) and Mason Vale Cotton (M.J. Delfino). Actress Maiara Walsh has also joined the regular cast in the role of Ana Solis, Carlos Solis's teenage niece, who, in the last season finale, moved onto Wisteria Lane to live with the Solis family.

Established guest stars Daniella Baltodano (Celia Solis), Richard Burgi (Karl Mayer), Kevin Rahm (Lee McDermott) and Tuc Watkins (Bob Hunter) have all returned for season six. Additionally, former regular cast members Jesse Metcalfe and Lyndsy Fonseca have reprised their roles as John Rowland (in two episodes) and Dylan Mayfair (in one episode) respectively. Orson Bean has been cast in the recurring role of Mrs. McCluskey's new love interest, Roy Bender.

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Starring

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Recurring Guest Stars

Storylines

Susan Delfino

Susan and Mike re-marry, following the events of Season 5. However, her happiness is short-lived, as she now has to deal with Katherine's anger and jealousy towards her. Meanwhile, her daughter, Julie Mayer, becomes the victim of a violent attack, which hospitalizes her. Susan is now looking for answers. Who committed this horrible act, and what has been going on in her daughter's life that she felt she needed to hide from her? Susan discovers Bree and Karl's affair, and, after some arguing, gives the relationship her blessing.

When Karl Mayer dies in the plane crash in "Boom Crunch", it is revealed that he had a share in a strip club when his will is read and that he has left his share to Susan. Susan is not pleased and becomes upset when she finds out that Mike is a regular visitor to the strip club. Susan decides to sell her portion, which she does, but convinces Robin Gallagher, a stripper, to reconsider her life and encourages her to quit her job, which she then does.

Lynette Scavo

The Scavo family is tested by Lynette's unexpected pregnancy with twins. Lynette herself is at first unsure if she wants to have the babies. She decides to hide her pregnancy from everyone as she is up for a big promotion at work however it soon becomes too obvious to disguise and Carlos fires her. Meanwhile, she must also deal with Tom going back to college. However, because Lynette got fired, Tom has to quit school. In one of the final scenes of "Boom Crunch", Lynette pushes Celia Solis out of the way of the crashing plane.

After the accident, it is revealed that one of Lynette's babies had died in the womb. The friendship of Lynette and Gaby goes back on a good path because Gaby feels grateful to Lynette for saving Celia's life, and is sorry for Lynette for the loss of her unborn child. Tom goes to work for Carlos while Lynette has the baby. Tom initially tells Carlos that he will be taking over for Lynette permanently, which leads to a bad fight between the two of them. After this time, Lynette and Tom continue to fight a lot, prompting Tom to see a therapist, played by Jane Leeves. Lynette starts to go with Tom to work on their marital issues, but begins to lose faith in the therapist.

Bree Hodge

Bree's affair with Karl Mayer will see her get mixed up in "wrongdoings" and Orson will have to come to her rescue. Bree is also very concerned about what Susan's reaction will be, if she discovers Bree has been seeing her ex-husband. After firing Katherine, when she causes a scene at a catering event, Bree hires Angie as her replacement and is worried when Angie discovers her affair. In the plane crash, she was inside Santa's house which got destroyed. There was a bloody hand hanging out of the window.

After the crash, Karl is revealed to have died in surgery from his wounds from the crash. Orson had suffered damage to his spine in the accident and may never walk again. Bree then feels remorse for the pain she put Orson through with the divorce and wonders how she could ever make things right with him again. Bree does her best to assist Orson, but Orson is furious with Bree and makes her life a living hell. He refuses to wash and Bree resorts to hosing him off in the yard, at which point he confesses he is upset that he has lost his independence and for the rest of his life must ask for help. Bree apologizes. Orson later considers suicide.

Gabrielle Solis

Gabrielle has to put up with Carlos's niece, Ana, who has moved in with them. Ana takes a shine to John Rowland, who was Gabrielle's gardener and love interest in season one. Gabrielle will not be impressed with this match-up and will try to stop it. Her parenting skills and relationship with Juanita are put to the test when Gabrielle gets her kicked out of school and must home-school her. Also, Gabi and Lynnette's friendship has hit the rocks because Lynnette sued Carlos.

In the episode "Boom Crunch", her daughter, Celia, was almost hit by the plane, but was saved by Lynette. Gabrielle mends things with the Scavos, as well as resorts to shannigans to get Juanita out of the house and back into school, finally enrolling her in the school where Susan teaches. She begins to grow suspicious of Angie Bolen after Carlos catches Ana on the couch having sex with Danny and tells Danny to get out, to which Angie responds by threatening Carlos. Carlos and Gabrielle go over to apologize later, but overhear Angie and Nick Bolen fighting and saying they cannot have their cover blown.

Katherine Mayfair

Katherine struggles to keep her grip, after Mike leaves her to re-marry Susan. Katherine is very angry with Susan, and seems to be in denial. She tells both Orson and Bree that she believes Mike knows he has made a mistake and will come back to her. Dana Delany has stated that "Katherine is getting to be a little snarky again. She's getting her edge back". Katherine endures a mental breakdown throughout the course of the season. In the episode "Boom Crunch", Katherine stabs herself and blames it on Mike. Katherine had been lying to her daughter, Dylan, about her life with Mike, telling her about the presents Mike had given her and the nice things that he had done. She had a complete breakdown shortly after Dylan confronted her about her lies, which she believed to be true. Katherine spent some time in a mental hospital, where she withdrew from the other Housewives as she could never believe that they could forgive her for the awful things she had done. But in the episode "How About a Friendly Shrink?", Karen, Bree, Lynette, Gaby, and Susan let her know they have forgiven her for her actions, and convince her to return to Wisteria Lane.

Katherine finds a new roomate and friend in Robin Gallagher, the stripper Susan's helping, played by Julie Benz. They become fast friends, and Robin soon reveals to Katherine that she is a lesbian and kisses her. This confuses Katherine, who then starts having sexual dreams about Robin. These confusing thoughts prompt Katherine to ask Robin to move out, but she soon has a change of heart, and the two end up in sleeping together.

Angie Bolen

New housewife, Angie Bolen, along with her husband, Nick, and son, Danny, hope to settle down in Wisteria Lane after having moved around a lot in the past. The family has a lot of secrets, and have changed their names several times. The neighbors were hostile towards the family, after Danny became a prime suspect in Julie's attack. Angie uses her manipulative personality to get what she wants and keep secrets hidden, especially toward Katherine whose gunshot wound had the ability to out the true identities of the family. It has been revealed that Nick had an affair with Julie Mayer. But the question is; what are they hiding and what are their true intentions for moving onto the lane?

Recently it has been revealed that British actor John Barrowman will be joining the cast of Desperate Housewives as Angie Bolen's ex, Patrick Logan. This character was briefly referenced to in "The Glamorous Life" during a heated argument between Angie and Nick Bolen. The character also seems to be the reason why Angie Bolen has been on the run for so long.

The Fairview Strangler

An unknown person has been dubbed the Fairview Strangler after the strangulation of Julie Mayer and Emily, a waitress at a location in Fairview named "The Coffee Cup". Luckily Julie survived. She was in a coma for several days before waking up. However, Emily wasn't so lucky. Emily didn't survive her encounter with the strangler and died minutes after she was strangled. In the episode "Would I Think of Suicide?", it's shown how everyone is gathered at the scene of the crime at "The Coffee Shop" where Emily was killed, then a mystery guy whose face is not shown is seen walking and unwrapping a chewing gum and throwing the chewing gum wrapper on the floor, as this scene plays out, Mary Alice narrates: "Yes, everyone in Fairview now knew a killer was walking among them, and they would soon learn he wasn't finished", confirming that the killer is a male.

So far, the only official suspect has been Danny Bolen, who knew of his father's affair with Julie, and was questioned by the police after Julie was attacked. Danny was later released when the surveillance camera showed Danny drinking beer at the parking lot of the liquor store for over an hour at the time Julie was strangled, so there is no way that it could have been him. Another possible suspect is Nick Bolen (who had an affair with Julie and left the Coffee Cup minutes before Emily was killed; however, he told Angie that he has nothing to do with that). Marc Cherry has commented at ABC.com that the killer will be revealed in the season finale.[citation needed]

The executive producer of Desperate Housewives, Bob Daily, said that this season's two mysteries could be linked. He explained that further clues about the strangler plot and the Bolens' family secret will be revealed throughout the season: "We have two mysteries going on right now, which is a little different for us, we have the Bolen family that has moved in, Drea De Matteo and Jeffrey Nordling, and something they seem to be running from. We also have the mystery of the person who has strangled a couple young women in Fairview. Those two mysteries may or may not be linked to each other. As we're heading into the second half of the season, we're looking to resolving and giving more clues in both of those storylines".[4]

Episodes

Series
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Season
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Title Directed by Written by Original air date
112 1 "Nice is Different Than Good" Larry Shaw Marc Cherry September 27, 2009 (2009-09-27)
Mike Delfino's bride is finally revealed, and whereas one woman of Wisteria Lane is struck by happiness, another woman's world falls appart. In the meantime, Lynette tries to cope with her new pregnancy, and develops some unexpected and horrifying feelings towards her unborn babies. Bree begins a reluctant affair with Karl Mayer, and Gabrielle has to deal with raising a rebellious teenage girl. Meanwhile, a new family with a dark past, headed by new housewife Angie Bolen, moves to the street. 
113 2 "Being Alive" David Grossman Matt Berry October 4, 2009 (2009-10-04)
As the citizens of Fairview try to make sense of a recent attack in their neighborhood, Lynette withholds a secret from Susan. Gabrielle gives niece Ana advice on how to get a guy's attention, whereas Bree worries how her affair with Karl will affect her friendship with Susan, and Angie is determined to protect her son and her family's past. 
114 3 "Never Judge a Lady By Her Lover" Andrew Doerfer Bob Daily October 11, 2009 (2009-10-11)
After a chance encounter with John Rowland, Carlos begins to suspect that his wife still has the hots for him, and allows his niece Ana to be hired by John to test Gabrielle. In the meantime, the Scavos tell their kids they are expecting twins, and Lynette hides her pregnancy from Carlos in order to get a big promotion. Bree realizes Karl is more serious about their affair, but she doesn't want to put much effort into something she does with a man she does not love... or does she? The intensity between Susan and Angie grows as the latter tries to defend her son, but Susan is determined to warn everyone that Danny Bolen is a dangerous kid. 
115 4 "The God-Why-Don't-You-Love-Me Blues" David Warren Alexandra Cunningham October 18, 2009 (2009-10-18)
As Katherine unravels, revealing how much of a toll losing Mike has taken on her, Bree comes to her aid. Gabrielle grows weary of John's intentions towards her niece, and, during the second trimester of her pregnancy, Lynette's breasts become bigger. In the meantime, Susan learns Julie has been harboring some secrets, and Angie gets Porter to throw a party for her son. 
116 5 "Everybody Ought to Have a Maid" Larry Shaw Jamie Gorenberg October 25, 2009 (2009-10-25)
Gabrielle is deemed a bad mother during her daughter Juanita's playdate, and she tries desperately to prove to others that she is a responsible parent. Bree gets defensive when she's judged by a motel maid for having an affair with Karl Mayer, and Lynette is put off by her new handyman, Roy Bender, when he defers to Tom for approval on all things, whereas Susan and Katherine come to blows over Mike. Meanwhile, a lapse in judgment on Danny's part leads to a terrible mishap that Angie and Nick must cover up. 
117 6 "Don't Walk on the Grass" David Grossman Marco Pennette November 1, 2009 (2009-11-01)
When Bree begins to fall for Karl, she decides it is time to break things up before they get way too serious. However, Karl isn't willing to let her go that easily, and makes her a proposition. In the meantime, Juanita says a bad word during a school play and Gabrielle is attacked by the school's principal, which leads her to respond and ultimately get her daughter out of the school, whereas Lynette learns her husband is cheating during mid-term. Katherine pretends to be on Susan's side to get to Mike, and Angie hides some secrets regarding her mother. 
118 7 "Careful the Things You Say" Bethany Rooney Peter Lefcourt November 8, 2009 (2009-11-08)
Susan is in desperate need of help to figure out if Katherine was responsible for strangling her daughter, and the detective who agrees to help her, Denise Lapera, shares some history with her that they both would rather forget. In the meantime, Lynette learns about Julie's past affair with Nick Bolen, which leads her to have her own theory as to who may have strangled her. The Hodges are invited over for dinner by the Bolens, and Nick proposes to Bree that she hire Angie to work for her at the catering company. Meanwhile, Gabrielle takes advantage of her housekeeper by making her play the role of Juanita's tuitor. 
119 8 "The Coffee Cup" Larry Shaw Dave Flebotte November 15, 2009 (2009-11-15)
Susan and Katherine are both sentenced to community service by picking up trash, and in the meantime Katherine finds a way to let Susan know she and Mike once had sex five times in a day, which annoys Susan, as her sexual ratio with Mike was never that high, leading her to believe he was closer to Katherine. Meanwhile, Gabrielle goes out of her way to get her daughter into Catholic school, and the only way to do so is by having Carlos send one of his employees, and Lynette's trainee, to Florida, much to Lynette's dismay, as she was training him to cover for her during her soon-to-come maternity leave. Angie refuses to make small talk with Julie Mayer, and Orson lets on that he is suspicious his wife might be cheating on him. 
120 9 "Would I Think of Suicide?" Ken Whittingham Jason Ganzel November 29, 2009 (2009-11-29)
In the wake of another unexpected attack, Nick decides the time has come for him and his family to move away from Wisteria Lane. In the meantime, Susan and Bree clash over the latter's affair with Karl Mayer, whereas Gabrielle and Lynette clash over the latter's pregnancy. Meanwhile, Katherine's crazy schemes have brought Mike to a point where he can no longer put up with her, and a heated arguement between the two of them has shocking results. 
121 10 "Boom Crunch" David Grossman John Pardee & Joey Murphy December 6, 2009 (2009-12-06)
Gabrielle and Lynette's friendship is on the brink of collapse, while Bree and Orson come to an agreement about their marriage. Meanwhile, Susan hatches a plan to help an irrational Katherine, and Danny's vital mistake might cost Angie her freedom. In the meantime, Christmas cheer is curtailed when disaster strikes, as a plane crashes down on Wisteria Lane, putting lives in peril. 
122 11 "If..." Larry Shaw Jamie Gorenberg January 3, 2010
Picking up immediately after the horrific plane crash on Wisteria Lane which claims the lives of several residents, the wives prepare themselves for their futures when they all black out and have "flash-forwards" of their lives in the next 10 to 15 years. 
123 12 "You Gotta Get a Gimmick" David Grossman Joe Keenan January 10, 2010
Susan turns up the heat for Mike, whereas Lynette discovers Tom's true intentions. Gabrielle is forced to examine feelings she's suppressed regarding her heritage, and Bree learns it'll be hard to undo the hurt she's caused Orson. In the meantime, Ana is more determined to land Danny. 
124 13 "How About a Friendly Shrink?" Lonny Price Jason Ganzel January 17, 2010
Lynette balks at the idea of seeing a couples' therapist. In the meantime, Katherine shows no intention to moving back onto the lane, whereas Gabrielle and Susan are determined to find out which of their kids is in the smartest math group at school, whereas Orson makes life harder for Bree and Angie disapproves of Danny's new girlfriend. 
125 14 "The Glamorous Life" Bethany Rooney Dave Flebotte January 31, 2010
Gabrielle and Carlos grow concerned with the direction Ana and Danny's relationship might be taking. In the meantime, Susan befriends a stripper named Robin and takes her under her wing, whereas Tom and Lynette come to a disagreement regarding their new therapist. Bree watches over Orson as she fears he may commit suicide, and Angie tries to get a neighbor to sort out her garbage, much to Nick's dismay. 
126 15 "Lovely" David Warren David Schladweiler February 21, 2010
Susan causes quite a stir when she invites a former stripper into her home. Former exotic dancer Robin will have a profound effect on Susan's friends -- with three teenage boys at home, Lynette will keep a watchful eye; Bree picks up a few tricks to engage Orson; Gaby looks for help with Carlos's troublesome niece, Ana, and Katherine will find a friendly companion. 
127 16 "The Chase" Larry Shaw John Pardee & Joey Murphy February 28, 2010
When Celia comes down with chicken pox, Gaby must keep her distance. Having never had chicken pox herself, Gaby stays with Bob and Lee and is reminded of what it's like to be single again; Lynette and Tom forget Penny's birthday; Bree hires a promising new employee; Roy cheats on Mrs. McCluskey; Katherine makes a surprising discovery; and Angie grows concerned over Danny's disappearance. 
128 17 "Chromolume No. 7" Lonny Price Marco Pennette March 14, 2010
Gaby and Angie head to New York in search of Danny and Ana. While in the Big Apple, a chance encounter with supermodels Heidi Klum and Paulina Porizkova leads Gaby to an unexpected revelation about herself. Meanwhile, Lynette and Tom are in for a big surprise when Preston returns from Europe; Mike is determined to show Susan what a man he is after feeling emasculated; Bree discovers a shocking connection to her new employee, Sam; Katherine is confused over her feelings for Robin. 
129 18 "My Two Young Men" David Grossman Bob Daily March 21, 2010
Angie's ex-boyfriend, Patrick Logan, emerges after her trip to New York. Meanwhile it’s game on between Gaby and Susan, as they go to shameless lengths to top each other’s kids; Lynette believes there's more to Preston's fiancée than she's letting on; Bree invites Sam over for a family dinner; and Katherine comes out of the closet. 
130 19 "TBA" TBA TBA TBA
Angie Bolen comes face to face with Patrick Logan, the man she had been on the run from for nearly 20 years. 

Ratings

United States

Episode number
Production number
Title Original airing 18-49 Share Total viewers (in millions) Rank per week
112
6-01
Nice is Different Than Good September 27, 2009 4.7[5] 13[5] 13.643[5] #16[5]
113
6-02
Being Alive October 4, 2009 5.0[6] 14[6] 14.641[6] #10[6]
114
6-03
Never Judge a Lady By Her Lover October 11, 2009 4.6[7] 12[7] 13.423[7] #13[7]
115
6-04
The God-Why-Don't-You-Love-Me Blues October 18, 2009 4.6[8] 13[8] 13.677[8] #12[8]
116
6-05
Everybody Ought to Have a Maid October 25, 2009 4.7[9] 14[9] 14.183[9] #10[9]
117
6-06
Don't Walk on the Grass November 1, 2009 5.0[10] 12[10] 14.078[10] #12[10]
118
6-07
Careful the Things You Say November 8, 2009 4.4[11] 13[11] 13.795[11] #14[11]
119
6-08
The Coffee Cup November 15, 2009 5.0[12] 13[12] 14.718[12] #11[12]
120
6-09
Would I Think of Suicide? November 29, 2009 4.4[13] 12[13] 12.781[13] #12[13]
121
6-10
Boom Crunch December 6, 2009 4.9[14] 14[14] 14.861[14] #2[14]
122
6-11
If... January 3, 2010 5.3[15] 14[15] 15.349[15] #3[15]
123
6-12
You Gotta Get a Gimmick January 10, 2010 4.7[16] 13[16] 14.025[16] #9[16]
124
6-13
How About a Friendly Shrink? January 17, 2010 3.8[17] 11[17] 11.317[17] #20[17]
125
6-14
The Glamorous Life January 31, 2010 3.7[18] 10[18] 11.437[18] #12[18]
126
6-15
Lovely February 21, 2010 3.7[19] 10[19] 10.924[19] #15[19]
127
6-16
The Chase February 28, 2010 3.7[20] 10[20] 10.894[20] #17[20]
128
6-17
Chromolume No. 7 March 14, 2010 3.7[21] 12[21] 12.013[21] #15[21]
129
6-18
My Two Young Men March 21, 2010 TBA TBA TBA TBA

Republic of Ireland

Episode number
Production number
Title Original airing Airing Time
112
6-01
Nice is Different Than Good January 5, 2010 9.55pm
113
6-02
Being Alive January 12, 2010 9.55pm
114
6-03
Never Judge a Lady By Her Lover January 19, 2010 9.55pm
115
6-04
The God-Why-Don't-You-Love-Me Blues January 26, 2010 9.55pm
116
6-05
Everybody Ought to Have a Maid February 2, 2010 10.00pm
117
6-06
Don't Walk on the Grass February 9, 2010 9.55pm
118
6-07
Careful the Things You Say February 16, 2010 9.55pm
119
6-08
The Coffee Cup February 23, 2010 10.00pm
120
6-09
Would I Think of Suicide? March 2, 2010 10.15pm
121
6-10
Boom Crunch March 9, 2010 9.55pm
123
6-12
You Gotta Get a Gimmick March 16, 2010 9.55pm
124
6-13
How About a Friendly Shrink? March 23, 2010 9.55pm
125
6-14
The Glamorous Life March 30, 2010 9.55pm
126
6-15
Lovely April 6, 2010 9.55pm
127
6-16
The Chase April 13, 2010 9.55pm
128
6-17
Chromolume No. 7 April 20, 2010 9.55pm
129
6-18
My Two Young Men April 27, 2010 9.55pm

United Kingdom

Episode number Title Original airing on Channel 4 Time of airing on Channel 4 Original airing on E4 Time of airing on E4 Position in Channel 4's ratingsa Position in E4's ratingsb Total viewers
112 Nice is Different Than Good 27 January 2010 10.00pm-10.55pm 31 January 2010 9.00pm-10.00pm 3.090m - #10 328,000 - #11 3.418m
113 Being Alive 3 February 2010 10.00pm-11.00pm 31 January 2010 10.00pm-11.00pm 2.482m - #5 874,000 - #7 3.329m
114 Never Judge a Lady By Her Lover 10 February 2010 10.00pm-11.00pm 7 February 2010 10.00pm-11.00pm 2.27m - #14 646,000 - #7 2.916m
115 The God-Why-Don't-You-Love-Me Blues 17 February 2010 10.00pm-11.00pm 14 February 2010 10.00pm-11.00pm 2.34m - #9 514,000 - #11 2.854m
116 Everybody Ought to Have a Maid 24 February 2010 10.00pm-11.00pm 21 February 2010 10.00pm-11.00pm 2.16 - #14 504,000 - #9 2.664m
117 Don't Walk on the Grass 3 March 2010 10.00pm-11.00pm 28 February 2010 10.00pm-11.00pm 1.70 - #31 714,000 - #5 2.414m
118 Careful the Things You Say 10 March 2010 10.00pm-11.00pm 7 March 2010 10.00pm-11.00pm 662,000 - #6

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