Biocentrism shocked the world with a radical rethinking of the nature of reality. But that was just the beginning. In biocentrism, Robert Lanza and Bob Berman team up to turn the planet upside down with the revolutionary view that life creates the universe instead of the other way around. Any short statement does not do justice to such a scholarly work… Most importantly, it makes you think.
Plot[ edit ] The new neighbors of Wisteria LaneBob and Lee, install a sculpture in their front yard and the rest of the neighbors declare it an eyesore except for Susanwho is still trying to get on their good side.
It is a water fountain, and a noisy one at that. When Katherine will not promise her that the treehouse will be spared, Lynette decides to run against her. Lynette expects Susan to vote for her, but she remains firmly anti-fountain. The vote comes down to a tie as Susan voted for both Katherine and Lynettebut Edie Britt points out that Susan voted twice.
Susan reluctantly puts in her vote for Katherine. A triumphant Katherine informs Bob and Lee, and Lynette, that she will be in touch regarding their infractions.
Bree is certain Phyllis has had a hand in helping Danielle with her decision to raise the baby herself. He tells Bree she is going to have to outbid Phyllis if she wants the baby.
Once they mention the convertible they were going to give her, and how Phyllis is not in the best health, Danielle agrees to let Bree raise the baby after all. Bree promises a heartbroken Phyllis that she will ask her to babysit.
Gabrielle is just about to leave her home when she notices that a cable van has been parked across the street for an unusually long time.
Guessing that her husband Victor Lang has hired someone to tail her, she sneaks out of her house in disguise. She arrives at the hotel for her rendezvous with Carlos and runs into her former gardener John Rowlandwith whom she had a secret affair during her marriage with Carlos, and his hotel heiress wife, who is pregnant and puts John down at every turn.
John tells her he wants to restart their affair. With Carlos listening to every word, John reminds her of the time she faked an orgasm with Carlos when John was hiding in the closet.
She firmly tells John she is not interested and sees him out the door. Carlos is furious but Gabrielle points out that he is the man hiding in the closet now. Carlos tells Gabrielle it is time they ended the affair.
He wants them to do this right by breaking up with their respective partners before getting back together. She agrees, and gives him a kiss to last for the next six months. Unfortunately, that is the kiss that is photographed by the man tailing her. Susan promises Lynette that she will chain herself to the treehouse rather than let Katherine knock it down and Lynette confesses why it means so much: It is the one place her boys can be children and not have to hear about her cancer.
Just then Katherine comes over and tells her the treehouse can stay.
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Lynette is puzzled, but happy. Edie is shown admitting to someone offscreen that she had always avoided falling in love, and now that she has, she has been hurt. The screen pulls back to show the agent, revealing the man was not working for Victor, but for Edie.
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