Tanner Stransky
April 09, 2010 AT 04:04 PM EDT

People.com reports that in an interview set to air on Monday’s edition of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Desperate Housewives‘ Eva Longoria Parker insists that the show’s set is not hostile, despite what former star Nicollette Sheridan is claiming in a $20 million lawsuit against the show’s creator Marc Cherry. “The only thing I can say is we don’t have a hostile set, and Marc’s really nice, and Nicollette’s a nice girl, too,” Longoria Parker says. The actress continues by telling DeGeneres that she and her castmates try to avoid trouble. “We’re just kind of staying out of it,” she says, adding that she and the rest of the gals only want to “protect our set and protect our work because we love it. We love going to work every day.”

We all know about the history of Desperate Housewives, what with all the drama that was supposedly stirred up at the infamous Vanity Fair photo shoot during the first season.

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