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•Edie is digging deeper into Dave's past on Desperate Housewives (ABC, Sunday, 9 ET/PT), which makes it all the more likely that she's also inadvertently digging something else for herself.
And it looks as if Edie is getting tired of Dave's weirdness, which really was just a matter of time.
Big Edie is in bed a lot of the time, and the world revolves around her.
Caryn James riffs on "why Edie is having another cultural moment, or how her slick Warholian fame has metamorphosed into a more complicated legend that speaks to the present."
In passing they gave Breboeuf a hearty good-day in English, and one of them called Edie his "little sweetheart."
The Raid from Beausejour; and How the Carter Boys Lifted the Mortgage Charles George Douglas Roberts 1901
` ` I will tell you, Maister Poinder Aikwood Ringan, just dat old miscreant dog villain blue-gown, as you call Edie
The Antiquary 1845
I could call Edie and Jack, ask them to come over…and do what, exactly?
Her Fearful Symmetry AUDREY NIFFENEGGER 2009
The former OC actress will star in a series of ad campaigns for the new collection titled Edie Rose.
I see, Leland said with a nod, as though the idea of Edie Larson having a Taser were the most natural thing in the world.
Cruel Intent J.A. Jance 2008
You'll find what's called Edie, the electronic deposit insurance estimator, which will tell all of you is your deposit -- or are your deposits at a bank insured or not?