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Gaby's mom (Maria Conchita Alonso) shows up, and Carlos learns more about why this mother-daughter relationship is so messed up. Meanwhile, Karl has a question to pop, and Lynette discovers the extent of Bree's drinking problem. Dr. Ron: Jay Harrington. Xiao-Mei: Gwendoline Yeo. Noah Taylor: Bob Gunton. Felicia Tillman: Harriet Sansom Harris. Mrs. McCluskey: Kathryn Joosten. Tony: Dominic Pace. Det. Sullivan: Nick Chinlund.

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ABC’s hit series "Lost" and "Desperate Housewives" won the top acting awards for television at the Screen Actors Guild awards on Sunday. The "Lost" cast won the best ensemble performance award for a dramatic television series while "Desperate Housewives" received the ensemble award for best comedy series. It was the first nomination and win for "Lost," a castaway thriller that has helped invigorate ABC’s prime-time schedule.Felicity Huffman was named best actress in a comedy series for her work as one of the "Desperate Housewives." She is also a seemingly strong contender for best actress for her role in the film "Transamerica," in which she has played a man almost completing a sex change operation. Sandra Oh was awarded best actress in a television drama for her work as an amateur doctor in "Grey’s Anatomy" on ABC while Kiefer Sutherland was named best actor in a dramatic series for his role as a U.S. agent out to fail terrorist plots in "24" on Fox. Breathless and tearful, Oh, who also won a Golden Globe for her role, thanked fellow Asian American actors. She said "Be encouraged and keep shining."Paul Giamatti won the best supporting actor award for his role as Joe Gould in the film "Cinderella Man," about the life of Depression-era boxer James J. Braddock.British actress Rachel Weisz won best supporting actress for her role as the doomed activist wife of a British diplomat in "The Constant Gardener," a film based on a novel by John Le Carre.Sean Hayes, named best actor for his role in the gay-themed NBC comedy "Will & Grace," joked as he accepted the award, "First of all, I would like to thank Ang Lee for taking a chance on me," he said. "I know everyone in Hollywood knows it’s such a risk to play a gay character."Former child star Shirley Temple was honored with a life achievement award.The two-hour ceremony was held at the Shrine Exposition Hall in Los Angeles and was telecast simultaneously on TNT. Two randomly selected panels of 4,200 SAG members, chose the nominees, with the entire active membership of around 98,000 voting for the winners.

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