Perodic flashbacks to moving-in day on Wisteria Lane and how the control-freak Bree, the ambitious Lynette, the neurotic Susan, and the narcissistic Gabrielle met Mary Alice Young for the ...
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Perodic flashbacks to moving-in day on Wisteria Lane and how the control-freak Bree, the ambitious Lynette, the neurotic Susan, and the narcissistic Gabrielle met Mary Alice Young for the first time and how she brought them all together. Other flashbacks show the day that Melanie Foster was murdered back in Chicago and the real reason behind her death, and how Betty decided to live a life on the lam rather than turn in her simpleton son Caleb. Meanwhile in the present, Bree checks herself into a psychiatric hospital, and later gets some frightening news when she learns that Danielle has run away with Matthew. Susan moves into a trailer after her house was burnt down, much to Julie's annoyance. Lynette takes her kids to stay at a motel after finding about Tom's 'other woman' in Atlantic City, but unaware to the real reason behind the woman's history. Elsewhere, Gabrielle briefly thinks that Carlos died after hearing a news report of an auto accident, but it turns on her suspicion's to ...Written by
When Bree goes to hand the frog ornament back to her new neighbor, Mary Alice, the frog is pointing away from Bree. When the camera angle changes, the front is pointing towards her. See more »
[Lynette, the twins and Parker are at a hotel pool]
Where's daddy? I want to show him my dive.
He's not coming, why don't you show me?
[Parker walks toward the deeper end of the pool, looking sad and disappointed]
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While "Remember: Part 1 & 2" aired as one continuous 2-hour-special on ABC, international broadcasters like German pay-TV Premiere showed a 2-part-version which has several scenes moved from the first hour to the second and vice versa (e.g. Zach's last phone call to his dad appears much later in the 2-part-version). The scene where Gabrielle takes Xiao Mei to the doctor is missing completely in the 2-part-version, probably due to time constraints. See more »
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