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Monday September 4, 2006 9:37 pm
Desperate Housewives Sex Scene Makes Way to YouTube
An upcoming sex scene from the fall season of Desperate Housewives is now on YouTube for everyone’s viewing enjoyment. The rough cut of the scene, featuring Bree (Marcia Cross) and Orson (Kyle MacLachlan), was leaked on YouTube and ABC is not happy. The scene was not even supposed to air for another month. “We are looking into the unauthorized clips of Desperate Housewives on YouTube and will be having them taken down,” an ABC rep commented. Interestingly enough, two separate YouTube posters put the clip up last Sunday, with one of the posts being removed so far.
This sneak peek gave Housewives fans a pretty good idea of what’s coming up this season, with Bree moving on to her next baggage-ridden boyfriend. The scene has Bree protesting in bed: “I don’t do that. I’m a Republican.” Orson replies, “I’m a Libertarian. I believe in minimizing the role of the state and maximizing individual rights. Trust me, I know what I’m doing.” The clip runs just over a minute, with part of it having been featured in the promo for the third season of the series.
Rumors are buzzing that ABC leaked the footage to boost interest in the series again, following a disappointing second season for many fans. ABC insists that it was not an attempt to gain more interest, but it’s easy to dispute that whether they planted the clip or not, there has been noticeable interest. Desperate Housewives is set to begin its third season on September 24th.
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