Teri Hatcher stars as Susan Mayer (previously Bremmer and heck, even Defino during her second marriage) on Desperate Housewives.

Susan is one of the main ladies of Wisteria Lane and is a teacher's assistant at her son's school and a former children's book illustrator.

In the first season of Desperate Housewives, Susan met her cute neighbor Mike Delfino after her divorce from her previous husband, Karl.  Susan eventually marries Mike, but when the show fast forwards five years for season five, she is divorced from Mike.

At the end of season five, we were left with a cliffhanger with who married Mike.  It could be Susan remarrying him.

Susan Mayer Quotes

Susan: I can't believe it. This can't be happening. Mike can't like Edie better than me, he just can't!
Julie: You don't know what's going on. Maybe they're just... having dinner.
[Susan gives her a look]
Julie: You're right. They're doing it

Julie: Mom, why would someone kill themselves?
Susan: Well, sometimes people are so unhappy, they think that's the only way they can solve their problems.
Julie: But Mrs. Young always seemed happy.
Susan: Yeah. But sometimes, people pretend to be one way on the outside, when they're totally different on the inside.
Julie:Oh, you mean like how dad's girlfriend is always smiling and says nice things, but deep down, you just know she's a bitch?
Susan: I don't like that word, Julie. But yeah, that's a great example

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Desperate Housewives Quotes

There were many things Gabrielle Solis knew for certain. She knew red was her color. She knew diamonds went with everything and she knew men were all the same. But the one thing Gabrielle knew above all else...she would never want children. Unfortunately for Gabrielle, her husband, Carlos, felt differently. Yes, Gabrielle Solis knew without a doubt she didn't want to be a mother, but what she couldn't know was just how much her husband wanted to be a father, or that he'd been tampering with her birth control for months. Or that within one week's time, she'd be pregnant

Mary Alice

I love you once. I love you twice. I love you more than beans and rice.