'Housewives' star wants to swap spouses

"Desperate Housewives" wants to get into the wife-swapping action.

Show creator/executive producer Marc Cherry had the brainstorm to bring in Doug Savant and Felicity Huffman's real-life spouses to make guest appearances on the show. On the ABC series, Savant and Huffman play Tom and Lynette Scavo, the parents of a passel of rambunctious boys.

"Marc Cherry wants Felicity and I to go out with another couple, and that couple would be Bill Macy and Laura Leighton, Felicity's husband and my wife," Savant reveals to "Extra" at a Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House. "We'll have to wait and see ... it would be a blast."

Although the special double date has yet to be set, Savant lets slip another surprise that has already been shot in which he has an intimate moment another housewife.


"When we come back on the air ... Eva Longoria is kissing me," says the actor. "I had a 'hellacious' day on the set with just hours and hours of Eva Longoria kissing and kissing me. It's terrible for me. Then, I've got to go home to Laura -- just terrible!"

Huffman's husband William H. Macy is an Oscar- and Emmy-nominated actor who's appeared on "ER" and in numerous TV movies as well as starring in "Fargo," "Pleasantville" and "Seabiscuit" on the big screen. Savant's wife Leighton is best known for playing Sydney Andrews on "Melrose Place," and a recurring character on "Beverly Hills, 90210."

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