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What does DHW stand for?

DHW stands for Desperate Housewives (TV show)

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with Eva Mendes and she ended up getting it and I didn't and the next day I got Desperate Housewives," Contactmusic quoted her as saying on Late Show With David Letterman on Wednesday.
The stars of Desperate Housewives have signed a deal said to be worth more than pounds 11million each.
The writers' walkout over DVD and online royalty payments has now entered its fourth day, with shows affected including Desperate Housewives and NBC's US version of The Office.
Sixty Percent Of Women View Themselves as 'desperate Housewives' Most Say Britney Spears And Paris Hilton Would Be The Worst Neighbors But Adam Sandler Is Male Celebrity They Most Want To Live Next Door Preponderance Of Women Don't Want Either The Bushes Or The Clintons Moving Onto Wisteria Lane - But Twenty-Five Percent Would Sell To Kelly Ripa & Mark Consuelos - 'Desperate Housewives' Premieres 1st Season on Lifetime Saturday, August 5 at 11PM (ET/PT) - - 'Desperate Housewives' Star Brenda Strong Headlines in 'Family in Hiding,' Debuting on Lifetime Sunday, August 6 at 8PM (ET/P) - NEW YORK, July 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The women of Wisteria Lane aren't the only desperate housewives harboring secrets and fantasies.
Now that Alvin and Jesus are with us, we have been given the responsibility of hosting the weekly Desperate Housewives viewing party, so I'm back to making pet brownies, just like the old days before we had kids.