The same goes for the Applewhites, Creepy Dave, the Bolens, etc. Those storylines were resolved. The only "loose end" that really existed on the show was the fate of Felicia Tilman, up until she returned, because they truly just dropped her off somewhere with the implication that she would be returning eventually.
I agree. All those storyline mention above were resolved. What I think they should mention is Kayla, since she was Tom's daughter. He should have some contact with her,and Evan, Karl's son. Even's mother left him according to Karl,or dead according to Even. Either way it was set up like Karl was single parent and had no one else to care for Evan, who would be Julie half's brother. They are the only two the show should show what happen to. I would love to find out if Sam really was Rex's child ,or not. If so, why didn't Rex mention him,or provide for him?
As for the loose ends, I think there are some viewers who want a return of Kayla or Art the pedophile, etc. For the same reasons we wanted to see Andrew and Danielle - except eh problem is, the comebacks of Julie, Dandrew, and whomever else is going to be coming back is that it is totally for the wrong reasons. For Orson, it seemed as if the writers had no idea who wrote the letters and decided it was Orson when Kyle was available. Literally, he dropped in, did whatever plot contrivance he was brought in for, and then stormed off. Pretty poor, if you ask me.
I disagree. I believe Orson was always going to be the one who wrote the note,and who ran over chuck. The season prior to this season Orson was disappointed that Bree cover up Andrew's crime, while she gave him the option of going to jail,or saving his marriage. He left Bree because of it. Orson was the only logical person to have wrote the letter since the letter was only address to Bree. She was the only one who receive a letter,and no one else knew the detail of Mrs. Huber letter beside Paul, and Bree who would have share the details with her husband. Plus the way Chuck was ran over, was just like the way Orson ran over Mike. The real mystery was what was Ben involvement. Of course he turned out to be a good guy. But he didn't seem like one since he help cover up a murder. But I think the show always intended on Orson being the one who wrote the letter.