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As the Desperate Housewives finale looms just a couple of days away, speculation about the cast's personal relationships continues to spread. Despite rumors that Teri Hatcher was on the outs with the rest of the original stars, Eva Longoria sets the record straight with David Letterman.
"We all get along," the Longoria, 37, said on Wednesday night's episode of The Late Show with David Letterman. "I know. Everybody says that [we don't]."
One reason Hatcher, 47, has been publicly pitted against the rest of the ensemble is that Longoria, Marcia Cross, 50, Felicity Huffman, 49, and Vanessa Williams, 49, all chipped in to present every member of the ABC show's crew with a farewell gift, and Hatcher's name was conspicuously absent from the card.
"We gave the crew carry-on luggage that said, 'Take us with you in all of your journeys,'" Longoria explained.
And when Letterman asked, "Didn't one of you get fired?" Longoria just laughed.
"Yes! I forgot about... Nicollette Sheridan. She didn't get fired. She just passed away. I got along with her. Nicollette was fun. She was a fun chick."
Apparently still hopeful he could get Longoria to share about some behind-the-scenes cattiness, Letterman suggested the cast must have been very competitive about camera time.
"Not really," Longoria said. "It's acting! It's not football."
The two-hour series finale of Desperate Housewives airs Sunday at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.