Desperate Housewives Sneak Peeks: Bree’s Freedom is on the Line!

In last week’s Desperate Housewives, the investigation of Gaby’s stepfather’s murder caught a major break. When Bree was beginning to think she had been cleared and, therefore, thanking Ben for keeping her secret safe, we found out that someone else is listening to her thoughts of relief…none other than Det. Heredia. Honestly, I didn’t see this coming, but I am anxiously waiting to see how the always composed and perfect Bree Van de Kamp will out of this one.

It was an enjoyable hour filled with a hope of rekindling love, finding one’s true calling, a surprised engagement and some really sad moments. Especially, when Susan and MJ let their emotions get the best of them in the aftermath of Mike’s tragic death. Surely the jam throwing scene made everyone shed a tear or two. It will be interesting to see how they both move forward with their lives.

In tonight’s all new Desperate Housewives episode, ‘With So Little to Be Sure Of’, we will see the housewives of Wisteria Lane hosting a bridal shower for Renee’s recent engagement. But it’s unexpectedly interrupted by police officers coming to arrest Bree for Gaby’s stepfather’s murder (poor Renee, she can’t seem to catch a break). Being the prime suspect of the investigation, Bree will attempt to hire a high-powered attorney. Meanwhile, Susan discovers that Mike was keeping a secret and Jane does everything in her power to get Tom and Lynette divorced.

Watch some sneak peeks below and tune in for an all new episode of Desperate Housewives, airing tonight at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT.

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