In case you miss an ABC show, you can now catch it on your computer or new video iPod through the Apple iTunes store. SAN JOSE (Reuters) - Apple Computer Inc. (NasdaqNM:AAPL - News) on Wednesday introduced a version of its market-leading iPod that also plays videos and unveiled a deal with Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS - News) to sell television shows like "Desperate Housewives" after their first broadcast. As part of its deal with Disney's ABC network, iPod users will be able to download five shows including ABC's "Desperate Housewives" and "Lost." Current-season episodes of the series will be made available at the iTunes music store the day after broadcast. The entire first season of "Desperate Housewives" and "Lost" will be available immediately. The television shows are only available in the United States and cost $1.99 per episode, without commercials. The company also plans to offer music videos for $1.99 each at its iTunes online music store. It will also offer short films from Pixar Animation Studios Inc. (NasdaqNMIXR - News), which is also led by Jobs.