An image from the episode "Pigeon."
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Ned has all that he wants: Chuck in his arms. He probably doesn't even realize he's wearing a beekeeper's suit.
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Chuck is caught by Ned. It's a big, sweet step in their relationship.
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Beekeeper suits firmly on, Ned and Chuck share a romantic dance to close the episode.
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Chuck and the boys arrive at the windmill. They have no idea Olive and the aunts are inside.
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Olive Snook is psyched that she and the aunts nursed "Pige" back to health. He seems like a nice bird.
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Vivian is sad about losing Chuck and not too pleased she only has one eye. Those are good reasons to be bitter, at least.
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Lily is happy. Vivian is bitter. This just about sums them up.
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Emerson may pretend to be nothing but a tough business man. But we see through it. He's a good guy.
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Ned can't touch that dead bird, Olive. Come on. Stop being so silly.
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Olive can't believe Digby was smart enough to let her in. She also can't believe Chuck faked her own death... or so Olive thinks.
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The ever-loyal Digby. Ned cannot touch his dog, but the love is still there.
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Pushing Daisies Season 1 Episode 4 Quotes

It's dead. And it's a bird. It's diseased.

Emerson

Chuck: You do realize that bee keeping within city limits is completely illegal?
Ned: Yes. And I'm almost sure I don't care.