Desperate Housewives: Episode Down the Block There's a Riot Music & List of Songs
Release date: 12 December 2010
Director: Larry Shaw
Stars: Fred Cross (Burton), Evan Parke (Derek Yeager), Derek Graf (Protester), Brandon Molale (Guy), Mark Moses (Paul Young), Brenda Strong (Mary Alice Young), Emily Bergl (Beth Young), Kathryn Joosten (Karen McCluskey), Benjamin Byron Davis (Ex-Con), Kevin Rahm (Lee McDermott), Tom McGowan (Mayor Franklin), Ed Quinn (Brent Ferguson), Tuc Watkins (Bob Hunter), Jim Bentley (Protestor #1), Mindy Sterling (Mitzi Kinsky), Max Carver (Preston Scavo), Charlie Carver (Porter Scavo), Justin Reed (Riot Protestor), Teri Hatcher (Susan Delfino), Orson Bean (Roy Bender), Eva Longoria (Gabrielle Solis), John Schneider (Richard Watson), Brian Austin Green (Keith Watson), Kent A. Gallegos (Mayor's Lawyer), Edward Lobo (Wisteria Neighbor), Stayce Smith (Wisteria Lane Neighbor), Vanessa Williams (Renee Perry), Felicity Huffman (Lynette Scavo), Marcia Cross (Bree Van De Kamp), Ricardo Chavira (Carlos Solis), James Denton (Mike Delfino), Doug Savant (Tom Scavo), Madison De La Garza (Juanita Solis), Joshua Logan Moore (Parker Scavo), John Lundquist (Protester) see more...
Music By: Steve Jablonsky
Bob and Lee, who fears to be blamed, sell out to Paul when they think Mitzi already sold him the casting vote in the street syndicate, only to find they just did. Despite Parker's pertinent question where the ex-cons should go if not Wisteria Lane, Lynette calls in the cavalry: Brent Ferguson's rough neighborhood activists, who come armed to her dismay. The mayor, who comes to decorate Paul, only 'presides' over mayhem in which the respectable residents misbehave almost as badly. Tom fears his past with Renée requires a drastic solution. Bree downscales Keith's proposal to cohabitation, but that proves unsatisfactory. Juanita discovers Grace is Gaby's biological daughter.