Lifetime’s “Devious Maids” is a great show.
Starting the second season, the previews call for lots of what makes the show fun and very watchable.
Lies, deceit, intrigue, double crosses, divorces, strange bedfellows, legal battles, double identities, unsolved murders, poorly behaving movie stars.
At this point I think I know who killed Flora. I am not really sure. I think I know though.
I can’t keep track of who is in the most trouble, the most danger, the most love.
I can’t keep track of who is talking dirty to whom.
I can’t keep track of who is the most stunning, the most interesting, the biggest lier, the richest.
I can’t decide who I like the most. I can’t decide who I trust the least.
I can’t predict the next ambush, the next alliance, haircut, knife fight, secret affair, secret video taping, or maid interview.
I can’t predict which maid will make the most interesting refusal to make breakfast.
I can’t predict which maid will make the most dramatic resignation only to return the next day to make breakfast.
Any idea who has the best lawyer, the best body guard, the best maids, the best hit man, the best private jet?
Who gives the best gifts? I think I know. No, I am not sure.
I have know idea where any of this is going.
I am not sure if any of these people know how hard it is to find good help.
What a mess. What a hot mess.