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Tokyo Police Club Pay a Visit to Wisteria Lane

November 17, 2008 5:07 PM ET

In case you were busy watching last night's TRL finale, you missed a strange collision of cultures over on ABC, as Canadian indie rockers Tokyo Police Club guested on Desperate Housewives. The plot of the episode centered around a "Battle of the Bands" night at a club somewhere close to Wisteria Lane. The TPC boys appeared as a group called Coldsplash but played one of their originals "In a Cave." Two of the band members even had lines in the episode. "I walked past Eva Longoria at one point but I didn't say hi," said keyboardist Graham Wright. "You know how it is, they probably had better things to do than talk to us."

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