|Season 1, Episode 12|
|Air date||January 16, 2005|
|Written by||Chris Black|
|Directed by||David Grossman|
"Every Day a Little Death" was the 12th episode of Season One. It originally aired in the United States on Sunday January 16th, 2006.
Guest Starring Edit
- Doug Savant as Tom Scavo
- Christine Estabrook as Martha Huber
- Harriet Sansom Harris as Felicia Tilman
- Roger Bart as George Williams
- Bob Gunton as Noah Taylor
- Conor O'Farrell as Detective Copeland
- Erin Matthews as Lauren
- Brent Kinsman as Preston Scavo
- Shane Kinsman as Porter Scavo
- Zane Huett as Parker Scavo
- Bari Hochwald as Callie
- Michael Patrick McGill as Crime Scene Policeman
Main Plot Points Edit
- The neightbourhood find out the fate of Mrs. Huber.
- Lynette tries to sneak into a yoga class.
- Susan tells Edie the truth.
- Bree gets closer to George.
- Carlos returns.
The neighborhood of Wisteria Lane find out the fate of Mrs. Huber. Lynette tries to get into a yoga class by claiming that her son, Parker has cancer. Edie plans a funeral for Martha and she and Susan are the only mourners. When Susan learns from Felicia that Martha kept a diary, she is forced to tell Edie the truth about the house fire. Bree gets closer to George but decides to call if off after she sends him to the hospital. Carlos arrives home on house arrest which is something Gabrielle had not expected.
- Although credited, Paul Young (Mark Moses) does not appear in this episode.
- The episode title "Every Day a Little Death" comes from the Stephen Sondheim musical, A Little Night Music.
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