Last we heard was that she and her family have moved to Chicago, a city where Andy Cohen has yet to set up shop. Ana Quincoces (MIA, Season 2, mildly recurring): Ana (right) is an angry lawyer. This is probably the only interesting facet about her. Lydia Mc Laughlin (OC, Season 8): There was something deeply satisfying in the way that she went toe-to-toe with Slade (and Gretchen), and watching him try and explain that "eat a cheeseburger" was actually a compliment. Quinn, who loved young men from the Inland Empire, was maybe the least memorable. Cristy Rice/Larsa Pippen (MIA, Season 1): We're merging these two together because they just blur into one person—a person who is married to Scottie Pippen, crashes Lea Black's gala, is kinda mean to Marysol and is maybe brunette? Cindy Barshop (NY, Season 4): The Empress of Quogue.
Nonetheless, the show managed to get a spot in the twenty most watched series in the 2009-2010 television season, at number twenty, averaging 12.82 million viewers (tenth, in scripted shows).
The deceased Mary Alice Young continues to narrate the events in the lives of her friends and Wisteria Lane residents, Susan Delfino, Lynette Scavo, Bree Hodge, Gabrielle Solis and Katherine Mayfair.
Angie Bolen and her family are the focus of this season's mystery.
The sixth season of Desperate Housewives began on RTÉ Two in the Republic of Ireland on Tuesday, January 5, 2010.
The sixth season also started airing at PM on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom on January 27, 2010, as well as on the Seven Network in Australia on February 1, 2010.