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Monday, September 26, 2005
Bree: The More Outrageous 'Corpse Bride' Or should I say "corpse's bride"? See Desperate Housewives last night? Amazing scene when Bree (Marcia Cross) stops the funeral service to change her husband's tie. His sentimentally meddling mother had somehow, to Bree's horror, substituted a gauche orange prep-school number. Guess Bree couldn't live with the idea of her husband being tackily dressed in death. Meanwhile, Tim Burton's Corpse Bride failed to kill at the box office, but finished an animated runnerup to Jodie Foster's Flightplan.