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    Desperate Housewives' Most OMG-Worthy Moments (Yes, Nicollette Sheridan—You Made the List!)

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    Our favorite Desperate Housewives bombshell? Well the current court case surrounding Nicollette Sheridan vs. Marc Cherry is full of ‘em.

    Ya know, like allegations of overly bossy (and physical) bosses, on-set cat fighting (and name calling too, with Teri Hatcher being the "meanest woman in the world") and that 11th hour mysterious voicemail.

    Oh, you mean from the actual show?! Well here are 13:

    READ: Desperate Housewives' Biggest Surprise Ever: Find Out Who Died—and How!

    From murder to mixed-up babies and all sorts of mayhem in-between, the eight seasons of ABC's soapy hit have provided countless shocking moments…

    Ya know, provided they don't get totally spoiled ahead of time (curse you, legal system!).

    But even then, Nicollette, Teri and the other Housewives (especially the always dramatic Eva Longoria and Felicity Huffman) have mastered the art of leaving an audience squealing, "OMG!"

    So as we enter the final stretch for our fave Wisteria Lane troublemakers, we thought it'd be a parfait time to look back on 13 of the moments that shocked us most. Nothing says nostalgia like hostage situations, ladies kissin' ladies and some very unlucky weather, right?!

    Now check out our gallery of Desperate Housewives' OMG Moments! And then come back and let us know which moments were your fave and which surprisingly scenes you felt should have made the cut.

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