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Lynette From Desperate Housewives Gets Crafty Online

It's not everyday I touch on the drama of Wisteria Lane, but on Monday night's episode of Desperate Housewives, it was hard not to notice Lynette geeking-out. In order to learn some juicy details about her son Porter's life, she decided to set up a fake account on Silver Fizz - basically Fairview's version of Facebook - and then pose as a girl who her son soon develops feelings for. As you can probably guess, things get messy and Lynette decides to send him a breakup letter via email. To see how it all got started, check out the video below!

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SexiiMercedes SexiiMercedes 5 years
so there is no such thing as silver fizz the social site....?
ChicBookFiend ChicBookFiend 8 years
Couldn't get past the first season of this show. They crammed in, like, five seasons in that one season alone. Too over the top ridiculous for my taste.
kathleenjoy kathleenjoy 8 years
I now know why I never continued watching Desperate Housewives past the first season - it is beyond ridiculous! I find shades of Megan Meier in this plotline, without the nastiness and suicide.
ladychaos ladychaos 8 years
Love, Mom. I dont know how she's going to get out of that one.
ladychaos ladychaos 8 years
Love, Mom. I dont know how she's going to get out of that one.
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