Desperate Housewives (season 3)


Desperate Housewives (season 3)
Desperate Housewives Season 3
Desperate Housewives season 3 poster.jpg
ABC promotional poster for the third season of Desperate Housewives. From left to right: Edie, Susan, Bree, Lynette, and Gabrielle.
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 23
Broadcast
Original channel ABC
Original run September 24, 2006 (2006-09-24) – May 20, 2007 (2007-05-20)
Home video release
DVD release date September 4, 2007
Season chronology
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The third season of Desperate Housewives, an American television series created by Marc Cherry, premiered on September 24, 2006 and concluded on May 20, 2007. The season consisted of 23 episodes and two specials, which aired on September 3, 2006 and April 1, 2007. The series continues to focus on Wisteria Lane residents Susan Mayer, Lynette Scavo, Bree Hodge and Gabrielle Solis. Mary Alice Young continues to serve as the series' narrator, with the exception of one episode, "My Husband, the Pig", in which Rex Van de Kamp takes over the narration. The mystery in this season involves Bree's new husband, Orson Hodge.

Ratings for the series fell considerably during season three, with a 22 percent loss of viewership toward the end of the season.[1] Nevertheless, the show maintained its position as a top ten series and became the tenth most-watched program for the 2006-07 American television season,[2] with an average of 17.5 million viewers per episode.

Season three was released on DVD as the six-disc box set Desperate Housewives: The Complete Third Season - The Dirty Laundry Edition in Region 1 by Buena Vista Home Entertainment on September 4, 2007,[3] in Region 4 on October 31, 2006, in Region 2 on November 5, 2006, and in Region 5 on December 4, 2006.[4] The season is also available on the American iTunes Store.[5]

Contents

Production

Marc Cherry returned as the series' showrunner and executive producer. After leaving the episodic writing to his staff during the second season, he returned as a writer as well.[6][7] Michael Edelstein and Tom Spezialy, who served as executive producers for seasons one and two, did not return for the series' third season due to creative differences.[7][8][9] They were replaced by Kevin Murphy and George W. Perkins, both of whom had previously served as co-executive producers in earlier seasons.[10] John Pardee, Joey Murphy, and Chris Black continued to serve as co-executive producers. Larry Shaw and David Grossman, both of whom previously served as producers and directors for the series, were promoted to co-executive producers, with Bob Daily rounding out the team. All but Black, Grossman, Perkins, and Shaw also served as writers for the third season. Alexandra Cunningham, Jenna Bans, Kevin Etten, Josh Senter, and Dahvi Waller returned to the writing staff and were joined by Susan Nirah Jaffee, Brian A. Alexander, Christian McLaughlin, Valerie Ahern, and Jeff Greenstein.[10] Bans and Etten also served as story editors. Shaw and Grossman continued to direct episodes, as did Wendey Stanzler. New directors for the third season included David Warren, Sanaa Hamri, and Matthew Diamond.[10]

Cast

The main cast of Desperate Housewives season three comprises the same characters as in previous seasons. Orson Hodge has become a series regular after a recurring role in season two. New characters include Austin McCann, Alma and Gloria Hodge, Kayla and Nora Huntington, Detective Ridley, Ian Hainsworth, Carolyn Bigsby, Travers McLain and Victor Lang. Due to their many appearances in the show, Laurie Metcalf, Kathryn Joosten, Dougray Scott and Kiersten Warren were nominated along with the rest of the cast for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Ensemble - Comedy Series this year as well, an honor that usually goes only to series regulars.[11]

Starring

Also starring

Notable guest stars

Episodes

Series
#
Season
#
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
48 1 "Listen to the Rain on the Roof" Larry Shaw Marc Cherry & Jeff Greenstein September 24, 2006 (2006-09-24) 24.09[12]
Flashbacks of Alma Hodge, Orson Hodge's presently ex-wife are shown right before she disappeared after she tried to leave her husband. Six months have passed since Orson Hodge deliberately injured Mike in a hit and run accident. Mike Delfino has been in a coma since. Susan Mayer takes care of Mike while he is in the hospital and befriends a man called Ian Hainsworth, whose own wife, Jane , is in a coma. Ian asks Susan out but she feels she might hurt Mike if she agrees to Ian's proposal. Bree Van De Kamp gets romantically involved with Orson Hodge and Orson later asks her to marry him. Lynette Scavo tries to stop Nora Huntington from forcing her way into the Scavo family while trying to keep Kayla Huntington, Tom's illegitimate daughter closeby. Gabrielle Solis threatens to send her surrogate, Xiao-Mei, off to China to work as a slave. Later, at Bree's engagement party, a woman named Carolyn Bigsby, Hodge's neighbor accuses Orson of murdering his wife. A body is shown buried in clay in the new club house construction site. 
49 2 "It Takes Two" David Grossman Kevin Murphy & Jenna Bans October 1, 2006 (2006-10-01) 21.42[13]
The police discover the unidentified female body buried in clay and find out that all the teeth of the woman were pulled out by the murderer to prevent identification from dental records. Bree marries Orson despite collective opposition from her friends, especially Susan who tries to contact Carolyn Bigsby at her office. Susan's date with Ian becomes awkward when his in-laws show up at the restaurant and believe her to be a doctor. Lynette and Tom try to set Nora up with one of the bachelors and ultimately use Carlos, much to Gabrielle's dismay. Gabrielle and Carlos rush Xiao-Mei to the hospital after her water breaks but are shocked to see that she delivered the wrong baby. Edie Britt allows her nephew, Austin to stay with her when she catches him breaking into her house. Later, Austin ends up meeting Julie. Afterwards, the police call in Orson and Bree to identify the body as that of Alma but Orson denies this. He hides the fact that he knows her by the name, Monique. 
50 3 "A Weekend in the Country" Wendey Stanzler Bob Daily October 8, 2006 (2006-10-08) 20.96[14]
Bree cancels her honeymoon much to Orson's dismay when she learns that a reporter is covering a story of Andrew's life as a homeless teenager after he was abandoned by his alcoholic mother. Orson persuades Andrew to return home and not to hurt his Mom anymore. Lynette's plans for a relaxing spa-weekend with Gabrielle get spoiled when she is forced to take an 8-hour drive with Nora to help Tom handle her kids. Lynette and Nora start fighting with each other, causing Nora to take a lift. Later, Lynette promises Tom that she will support him irrespective of the job he opts for. Gabrielle meets John Rowland during her spa vacation and has sex with him. Soon she realizes that the tables have turned, as now she has to hide from his fiancée. Susan and Ian plan a weekend away in a cottage where they get into a lot of fights but eventually end up having sex. Edie Britt warns Julie to stay away from Austin after she asks him to help her fix the fuse box. Edie visits Mike to take back her CD player and finds Mike awake from his coma. 
51 4 "Like It Was" Larry Shaw John Pardee & Joey Murphy October 15, 2006 (2006-10-15) 20.64[15]
Gabrielle schemes to prevent Carlos from moving back into the house during the divorce proceedings, which ultimately results in her getting arrested. Lynette bribes the pitcher and eventually the coach of Parker's baseball team to prevent him from quitting. Bree tries to cover the fact that Andrew was living on the streets by lying that he went to "drama camp". Orson eventually learns that Andrew had resorted to prostitution for money. Bree finds out that Danielle is sleeping with her history teacher, Mr. Faladi. The word of Mike's recovery spreads on Wisteria Lane, but Susan doesn't find out as she is sleeping with Ian. Edie tries to steal Mike from Susan by lying about their relationship when she finds out he is suffering from temporary amnesia. 
52 5 "Nice She Ain't" David Warren Alexandra Cunningham & Susan Nirah Jaffee October 22, 2006 (2006-10-22) 19.71[16]
Susan kidnaps Mike when Edie continues to lie about his relationship with her but Mike still doesn't trust her. Danielle attempts suicide with a spoon after Bree tries to sabotage her affair with Mr. Faladi. Gabrielle tries to hurt Carlos by faking "sex" with her new date. Tom tells Lynette of his plans to open a pizzeria, much to Lynette's shock. Nora plots to sabotage Tom and Lynette's relationship to her advantage. Austin fools Julie into writing his English homework while he makes out with her friend, Sarah. Detective Ridley finds a phone number written on the corpse's hand which leads them to Mike Delfino Plumbing Services. 
53 6 "Sweetheart, I Have to Confess" David Grossman Dahvi Waller & Josh Senter October 29, 2006 (2006-10-29) 21.24[17]
Susan gets back with Ian when she learns Edie had sex with Mike. Nora kisses Tom to fool him into leaving Lynette as she doesn't support his "pizza parlor" dream, but her plan backfires when Lynette threatens her to back off. Gabrielle pushes Carlos out a window after he fools her into having sex with her for financial gains after the divorce. Bree arranges a couples dinner with the Bigsby's leading Bree to learn about Orson's past of domestic violence and Orson to find out about Harvey Bigsby's affair with Monique Polier. Later, Orson informs the police about Harvey's affair. Detective Ridley questions Mike about Monique's murder but Mike tells them he doesn't remember her. Later, Mike gets flashes of Monique indicating he knew her. 
54 7 "Bang" Larry Shaw Joe Keenan November 5, 2006 (2006-11-05) 22.65[18]
Orson explains his motive of domestic violence to Bree. Carolyn Bigsby holds her husband, Harvey, hostage in his supermarket along with Julie, Austin, Edie, Lynette, Nora and a few others after Bree tells her about Harvey's affair with Monique Polier. Nora gets shot during an altercation with Carolyn when Lynette tells her about Nora's plan to seduce her husband. Meanwhile, Susan tries to exchange places with Julie. Gabrielle and Carlos promise to keep their differences aside and live happily if not together. 
55 8 "Children and Art" Wendey Stanzler Kevin Etten & Jenna Bans November 12, 2006 (2006-11-12) 22.27[19]
Detective Ridley is eager to search Mike's home when he's discharged from the hospital but does not find a toolbox in his premises. Lynette bakes a "Thank You" cake for the new neighbour, Art Shepherd who saved her life but soon finds out that he might be a pedophile. Bree tries to contact Orson's mother, Gloria Hodge and allows her to move in despite Orson's resistance. Gloria threatens to reveal Orson's secret if he tries to send her back to the nursing home. Gabrielle returns to modeling, but doesn't last long. Susan seeks Karl's help to set boundaries for Julie and Austin who start dating after the supermarket incident. 
56 9 "Beautiful Girls" David Grossman Dahvi Waller & Susan Nirah Jaffee November 19, 2006 (2006-11-19) 21.63[20]
Gabrielle begins coaching young girls for a beauty pageant but causes them to adopt ill weight loss methods. Susan tries to befriend Ian's butler, Rupert Cavanaugh to vain after she moves some of her stuff in his house. Carlos moves in with Mike. Lynette unsuccessfully tries to turn Art in to the police as a pedophile. Gloria steals liquor with help from Andrew and eventually reveals to Bree, that Monique Polier was having a double affair with Orson and Harvey while Orson was married. Bree feels shocked and betrayed and asks Orson to move out of her house. Mike tries to hide the acquired toolbox only to find Detective Ridley waiting for him in the shadows. 
57 10 "The Miracle Song" Larry Shaw Bob Daily November 26, 2006 (2006-11-26) 21.43[21]
Susan asks Bree to prepare a homecooked meal for Ian's parents but Bree refuses after she and Susan fight over Orson's innocence. Edie splits up with Mike when he is sent to jail for Monique's murder. Susan tries to help Mike by breaking into Orson's office and finds crucial evidence that might prove Orson is hiding something. Orson reveals some of the facts about his affair to Bree which causes her to take him back and throw Gloria out. Gabrielle destroys a friendship between two girls in order to date Bill, one of their fathers. Lynette ignites a "No pedophile" strike against Art which causes his sister to die of cardiac arrest. Art later threatens to resort to his pedophilia emotions now that his sister is dead. Gloria plans a late-night meeting with Alma. 
58 11 "No Fits, No Fights, No Feuds" Sanaa Hamri Alexandra Cunningham & Josh Senter January 7, 2007 (2007-01-07) 18.71[22]
Alma buys a house from Edie on Wisteria Lane, meets Bree and reveals the mystery surrounding her disappearance. Susan meets Mike one last time to tell him that Ian won't allow her to see him again. Mike meets Paul Young in prison but he doesn't remember him. Gabrielle receives an anonymous bouquet while on a date with Bill and thinks the mystery guy is Carlos. Lynette tries to mend her relationship with Kayla but finds out she blames her for Nora's death. Bree tries to shame Susan by inviting her to see Alma at a dinner party indicating that Susan's suspicion about Orson was wrong. Things get even messier when Susan calls Detective Ridley and tells him about Orson's affair with Monique causing Bree to break her friendship with Susan. Julie decides whether to let Austin go for "third base" while he has an affair with Danielle. 
59 12 "Not While I'm Around" David Grossman Kevin Murphy & Kevin Etten January 14, 2007 (2007-01-14) 16.76[23]
Tom and Lynette clash over decision making for the pizzeria which results in Lynette finding out about a number of problems the pizzeria is facing. After receiving more gifts, Gabrielle learns that her secret admirer, or stalker, is none other than Zach Young. Susan's butts heads with Edie because she provided contraceptive pills to Julie and Austin so that they can have sex. Both of them later catch Austin and Danielle making out. Paul Young provides a helping hand when Mike gets attacked by a couple of prisoners. Bree tells Orson to "make" Alma move from Wisteria Lane but instead Alma threatens to reveal to Bree what Orson did to Monique. Bree later finds a photo of Orson and Monique and a bag full of teeth under one of Alma's floorboards. 
60 13 "Come Play Wiz Me" Larry Shaw Valerie Ahern & Christian McLaughlin January 21, 2007 (2007-01-21) 17.14[24]
Susan visits Jane in the hospital when Ian is away on business only to watch her die. Susan also learns about Jane's affair and decides to stay away from Mike to protect her relationship with Ian. Lynette initially tries to stall from returning to her workplace but eventually quits when she feels she wants to work with Tom in the pizzeria. Mike clashes with Paul which results in Paul asking him to bring Zach to come and talk to him. Zach meets Paul but refuses to help him. Gabrielle spends time with Zach in return for money to bail Mike out of jail on Susan's behalf but soon learns Zach is just lonely and uses money to make friends. Gloria who intends to have a grandchild asks Alma to rape Orson when he is drugged but Bree finds him naked with her. 
61 14 "I Remember That" David Warren John Pardee & Joey Murphy February 11, 2007 (2007-02-11) 18.10[25]
Ian proposes to Susan at Jane's funeral but she postpones the offer. Tom and Lynette face further problems in decision making when Edie begs Tom to let Austin work at the pizzeria. Orson explains the truth about Monique's death to Bree and Bree asks him to confess to the police. Later, Bree gets injured in a mysterious accident which makes Andrew believe Orson is responsible. Gloria locks Alma in a room. Annoyed by Gabrielle's disinterest in him, Zach threatens Gabrielle's boyfriend to dump her. Mike's memories return when he visits a hypnotherapist and finds out that he didn't kill Monique but had instead met Orson at her house the day she died. He confronts Orson which results in a fight causing Orson to fall off the hospital's roof. 
62 15 "The Little Things You Do Together" David Grossman Marc Cherry & Joe Keenan February 18, 2007 (2007-02-18) 18.51[26]
It is revealed that Gloria killed Monique and removed her teeth before burying her body with Orson's help, much to Orson's reluctance. Bree and Susan reconcile. Lynette's in trouble with Tom when they don't have enough chairs for the pizzeria's grand opening. Ian proposes to Susan at the grand opening when he finds out Mike had an engraved ring for Susan the night of the accident. Zach tries to convince Gabrielle they had sex when she was drunk but she doesn't remember. Gabrielle asks Carlos to threaten Zach but he ends up finding out that they did not have sex. Andrew asks Danielle to babysit Bree but she runs off to the opening with her friends asking Gloria to stay and take care of her instead. Gloria intends to poison and then murder Bree to make it look like a suicide but Orson walks in when she is about to commit the crime. Orson permanently paralyzes Gloria when he finds out she killed his father. Alma falls from her roof and dies while escaping. 
63 16 "My Husband, the Pig" Larry Shaw Brian A. Alexander March 4, 2007 (2007-03-04) 18.31[27]
Steven Culp narrates this episode as the late Rex Van de Kamp. Bree and Orson are about to leave for their honeymoon as Danielle tells them she's pregnant with Austin's child. Austin apologises to Julie who gives him a second chance but he is forced by Andrew to leave Fairview after he learns about the pregnancy. Ian presents Susan a ring which she takes to get resized and runs into Mike who is selling "his" ring. Mike and Orson make a deal to keep each other's secrets safe. Tom tries to make a nice romantic gesture for Lynette on their ninth anniversary, but fails miserably. Victor Lang, a candidate running for Mayor of Fairview flirts with Gabrielle. Carlos gets distracted on his date when he finds Edie's son Travers on the road. Mike and Ian bet on Susan at a game of poker but Ian wins preventing Mike from seeing her again. 
64 17 "Dress Big" Matthew Diamond Kevin Etten & Susan Nirah Jaffee April 8, 2007 (2007-04-08) 15.93[28]
Susan clashes with Ian's parents when they ask her to sign a pre-nup stating she will not get hold of the estate and money if she divorces Ian in the future but she refuses. Susan later learns Graham, Ian's father has a habit of dressing up like a woman and she uses this to blackmail him into not letting her sign the pre-nup. Lynette is devastated when she finds an unconscious Tom on the floor in the pizzeria and finds out he will be unable to work for minimum three months because of a ruptured disc. Gabrielle "borrows" some of Victor's ex-wife's clothes after her closet is ruined but runs into his ex-wife at a party who demands her clothes back. Edie tries to seduce Carlos but he gets angry at her for not being a committing mother or woman but later he has sex with her when she agrees to change. 
65 18 "Liaisons" David Grossman Jenna Bans & Alexandra Cunningham April 15, 2007 (2007-04-15) 16.35[29]
Tom's crankiness takes a toll on Lynette for hiring a former drug addict and sous-chef, Rick Colleti to work at the pizzeria as well as Mrs. McCluskey who quits her babysitting job. Edie and Carlos have sex again to prove they are not "bad in bed" and plan to take their relationship to the "family" level. Victor confesses he's in love with Gabrielle when she tries to make him jealous. Susan and Ian contemplate moving permanently to London after Ian thinks Mike will always be around them in Fairview. Mike quits his hypnotherapy sessions because he feels it reminds him of his love for Susan and comes to Susan and Ian's rescue when their car falls into a lake. Later, he kisses her when she gives him a "thank you" gift causing Susan to doubt her loyalty for Ian. Tom calls to apologize to Mrs. McCluskey who later reveals she has frozen her husband, Gilbert's, body in the basement freezer. 
66 19 "God, That's Good" Larry Shaw Dahvi Waller & Josh Senter April 22, 2007 (2007-04-22) 15.91[30]
Susan tries to set up Mike with her wedding designer to prevent awkwardness from the kiss but he bails on her plan. Susan, Mike and Ian get in an argument, which results in Susan calling off the wedding when she finds out both men bet on her in a poker game. Lynette decides to add some of Rick's delicacies to the menu, much to Tom's dismay. Later, she listens to Rick's advice over Tom's. Victor gets blackmailed when he is caught having sex with Gabrielle on camera, which causes him to lose points in the polls. Seeing this, Gabrielle tells the media that they are engaged. Edie and Carlos hide their relationship from people, but Edie discovers that Carlos is doing this because he is still in love with Gabrielle. Mrs. McCluskey swears Parker into secrecy when he discovers Gilbert's body, but she is sent to prison when Ida also comes across it. 
67 20 "Gossip" Wendey Stanzler John Pardee & Joey Murphy April 29, 2007 (2007-04-29) 17.17[31]
Gabrielle is unhappy when she learns about Edie's relationship with Carlos and asks Susan and Lynette to give her the cold shoulder but realizes that Carlos is still in love with her and is not serious about Edie. Susan is forced to pour out her feelings to a court-ordered therapist over her choice between Mike and Ian but she gets rejected by both of them who leave for a hot-spring hike and England, respectively. Mrs. McCluskey reveals that she froze Gilbert's dead body so that she could cash in his pension checks, which would otherwise have gone to his first wife after his death. Lynette lies to Tom to spend time with Rick at the pizzeria late one night, but causes a rift when Kayla tells Tom that maybe Lynette "likes likes" Rick. 
68 21 "Into the Woods" David Grossman Alexandra Cunningham May 6, 2007 (2007-05-06) 17.16[32]
Susan gets lost in the woods when she tries to follow Mike to the hot springs by hiking with a rude and demeaning guide but Mike finds her. After a robbery, during which Rick and Lynette were locked in the pizzeria freezer, Tom tries to force Rick to quit so that he doesn't spoil his marriage, but Rick refuses. Lynette, however, fires him when he tells her that he has feelings for her. Edie decides to fight for joint custody for Travers to force Carlos to be around her but lets it go when Carlos reminds her that Travers needs a stable life. Gabrielle decides to teach a cop a lesson when he calls her a "bitch" but it backfires when she gets arrested. Victor blames her for humiliating him, but later sends two goons to attack the cop when he finds out he twisted Gabrielle's wrist. 
69 22 "What Would We Do Without You?" Larry Shaw Bob Daily May 13, 2007 (2007-05-13) 16.13[33]
Tom tries to make Lynette talk to a marriage counsellor without her knowledge but they get into a fight when Tom suspects Lynette has feelings for Rick. A CAT scan shows Lynette has swollen lymph nodes, which could be lymphoma/cancer. Susan's plans for having the wedding with a different groom go horribly wrong when she finds out Gabrielle stole all her wedding ideas. They get into a fight and resolve it by deciding to have a double wedding. Victor refuses by saying he doesn't want an ex-convict like Mike to be at his wedding. Edie talks to Mrs. Lily Sims, Mike's ex-landlord and now Carlos's, and asks her to not give Carlos the lease so that he moves in with her, but finds out Carlos wants kids. She later decides to have a baby with Carlos but secretly consumes birth control pills. 
70 23 "Getting Married Today" David Grossman Joe Keenan & Kevin Murphy May 20, 2007 (2007-05-20) 18.82[34]
Gabrielle finds out Victor married her to cash in on the Latino vote in the gubernatorial campaign and makes out with an upset Carlos, who broke up with Edie when he found out about the birth control pills. Bree returns with Orson and pretends to be pregnant with Danielle's baby, while a pregnant Danielle attends the Sisters Of Hope Convent. Lynette's estranged mother, Stella, returns to help her get through her lymphoma treatment but Lynette refuses to take her money or help. Susan and Mike get married privately in the woods to cut back on expenses. Edie, upset over the breakup, tries to commit suicide. 

Ratings

Nielsen Raking (2006-07 U.S. TV season; based on average total viewers per episode): #10 (17.5 million viewers)[35]

United States

Episode number
Production number
Title Original airing Rating Share Total viewers (in millions) Rank per week
48
3-01
Listen to the Rain on the Roof September 24, 2006 TBA TBA 24.090 #2
49
3-02
It Takes Two October 1, 2006 TBA TBA 21.420 #3
50
3-03
A Weekend in the Country October 8, 2006 TBA TBA 20.960 #3
51
3-04
Like It Was October 15, 2006 TBA TBA 20.640 #3
52
3-05
Nice She Ain't October 22, 2006 TBA TBA 19.710 #4
53
3-06
Sweetheart, I Have to Confess October 29, 2006 TBA TBA 21.240 #1
54
3-07
Bang November 5, 2006 TBA TBA 22.650 #1
55
3-08
Children and Art November 12, 2006 TBA TBA 22.270 #1
56
3-09
Beautiful Girls November 19, 2006 TBA TBA 21.630 #4
57
3-10
The Miracle Song November 26, 2006 TBA TBA 21.430 #1
58
3-11
No Fits, No Fights, No Feuds January 7, 2007 TBA TBA 18.710 #4
59
3-12
Not While I'm Around January 14, 2007 TBA TBA 16.760 #2
60
3-13
Come Play Wiz Me January 21, 2007 TBA TBA 17.140 #8
61
3-14
I Remember That February 11, 2007 TBA TBA 18.100 #8
62
3-15
The Little Things You Do Together February 18, 2007 TBA TBA 18.510 #7
63
3-16
My Husband, the Pig March 4, 2007 TBA TBA 18.310 #7
64
3-17
Dress Big April 8, 2007 TBA TBA 15.930 #7
65
3-18
Liaisons April 15, 2007 TBA TBA 16.350 #7
66
3-19
God, That's Good April 22, 2007 TBA TBA 15.910 #7
67
3-20
Gossip April 29, 2007 TBA TBA 17.170 #7
68
3-21
Into the Woods May 6, 2007 TBA TBA 17.160 #8
69
3-22
What Would We Do Without You? May 13, 2007 TBA TBA 16.130 #9
70
3-23
Getting Married Today May 20, 2007 TBA TBA 18.820 #7

Australia

Aired Mondays at 8.30 on the Seven Network; season debuted Monday, February 5, 2007, had a one-week 'hiatus' during the Easter break (following ep: 3-09) and the finale aired July 16, 2007. The Housewives remained a popular fixture in most of the capital city markets, the exception being Brisbane where the show's audience somewhat 'capitulated'.

Episode number
Production number
Title Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth TOTAL WEEKLY
RANK
48
3-01
Listen to the Rain on the Roof 490,000 438,000 252,000 158,000 195,000 1,534,000 6
49
3-02
It Takes Two 539,000 445,000 242,000 150,000 191,000 1,567,000 3
50
3-03
A Weekend in the Country 454,000 428,000 265,000 156,000 161,000 1,463,000 6
51
3-04
Like It Was 405,000 415,000 212,000 159,000 175,000 1,367,000 13
52
3-05
Nice She Ain't 487,000 460,000 222,000 150,000 179,000 1,497,000 7
53
3-06
Sweetheart, I Have to Confess 425,000 442,000 247,000 160,000 161,000 1,435,000 5
54
3-07
Bang 485,000 484,000 238,000 149,000 206,000 1,563,000 4
55
3-08
Children and Art 464,000 518,000 218,000 170,000 193,000 1,563,000 6
56
3-09
Beautiful Girls 466,000 434,000 229,000 159,000 190,000 1,479,000 6
57
3-10
The Miracle Song 387,000 400,000 211,000 132,000 176,000 1,306,000 14
58
3-11
No Fits, No Fights, No Feuds 387,000 404,000 204,000 142,000 171,000 1,308,000 18
59
3-12
Not While I'm Around 372,000 406,000 213,000 134,000 173,000 1,298,000 16
60
3-13
Come Play Wiz Me 409,000 435,000 216,000 135,000 162,000 1,356,000 13
61
3-14
I Remember That 405,000 385,000 205,000 132,000 166,000 1,293,000 18
62
3-15
The Little Things You Do Together 435,000 453,000 210,000 155,000 172,000 1,444,000 6
63
3-16
My Husband, the Pig 458,000 463,000 203,000 172,000 170,000 1,466,000 10
64
3-17
Dress Big 437,000 454,000 193,000 148,000 161,000 1,392,000 17
65
3-18
Liaisons 476,000 479,000 182,000 163,000 168,000 1,468,000 8
66
3-19
God, That's Good 406,000 397,000 185,000 161,000 172,000 1,321,000 21
67
3-20
Gossip 462,000 440,000 183,000 161,000 176,000 1,422,000 9
68
3-21
Into The Woods 443,000 436,000 215,000 143,000 169,000 1,406,000 12
69
3-22
What Would We Do Without You? 436,000 407,000 218,000 155,000 154,000 1,369,000 15
70
3-23
Getting Married Today 470,000 469,000 235,000 170,000 161,000 1,507,000 13

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