You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover (Desperate Housewives) - International Titles

International Titles

  • Czech: Nesuď knihu podle obálky (Don't Judge A Book By Its Cover)
  • French: Tromperie (Trickery)
  • French Canadian: L'Art de la Supercherie (The Art of the Trickery)
  • German: Täuschungsmanöver (Feint)
  • Hebrew: זה לא כמו שזה נראה (Ze Lo Kmo SheZe Nir'e; It's Not How It Looks)
  • Hungarian: Ne ítélj külsőre! (Do not judge by appearances)
  • Italian: Mai giudicare un libro dalla copertina (Never Judge a Book by its Cover)
  • Polish: Nie osądzaj książki po okładce (You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover)
  • Spanish: No juzgues por las apariencias (Don't Judge by Appearances)
  • Greek: Δε μπορείς να κρίνεις ένα βιβλίο από το εξώφυλλό του (You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover)

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