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On the Set of 'Desperate Housewives'

9/28/2006 1:20 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

A bloody and seemingly banged up Felicity Huffman was wheeled off the set of "Desperate Housewives" yesterday, as the cast and crew could only stare in amazement. But fear not D.H. fans, it's all part of the show.

The actress donned the battered housewife look for a dramatic scene in Canoga Park, Calif. No word on just who or what caused the injuries to Felicity's alter ego. Could this be the result of the much anticipated supermarket hostage situation promised by creator Marc Cherry? Guess we'll just have to wait and see!

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swanee    

yeah brutal

2912 days ago
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Jay    

Desperate housewives has sucked since the second season. It will be gone soon.

2912 days ago
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moretocome    

Hey "Retard" what's with this Livewire comment everywhere?? Makes no sense and I've seen you post it several times.

2912 days ago
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Michael    

Hey Curiosity
Hello, when do these fools make any sense? Never, most of the time, It is a shame that they give the inmates the keys

2911 days ago
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Jamie    

I am enjoying the show so far, love seeing different camios like Carol Burnett and write-in's like Alfre Woodard (great actress) - we have to remember it is fantasy and allow the creators to go where they go with it - personally, I think poor Bree needs some real happiness before the end of this season.

2911 days ago
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sleepy    

Um...does anyone realize that they are debating a televisioon show? Have you watched CNN lately? I watch DH, for ENTERTAINMENT. That is what it is meant for. I don't care what they do in real life, how much they weigh, or who they sleep with. The show has some very entertaining aspects to it, and that is the point. As far as the story line....yes, Bree needs a break, it would be nice to see Susan settle down and be happy, Gabby be less selfish, Lynette be less stressed, and Edie be less of a witch...but then, what would be the point of watching? Anyone who wants to be "real" has to admit, that with the exception of everyone's financial status on ANY televison show, basically, there is a little bit of these ladies in all of us...whether we want to admit it or not. The husbands....don't even get me started. Maybe our husbands are just not as chiseled and perfectly groomed. It is one fo the funniest things that I watch on television......FOR ENTERTAINMENT

2911 days ago

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