Emerson and Chuck follow through on a plan. It involve propping up the deceased Snuppy.
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Ned, as always, looks confused. And cute, of course.
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Olive went undercover in "Bitches." We like her better as a blonde.
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Digby played a significant role this episode. It was about bitches, after all. Dogs, that is.
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Joel McHale, the host of The Soup on E!, played the main victim in this episode. He did great job.
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This face pretty much sums up Emerson, doesn't it? He wears it almost every week.
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How is Chuck kissing Ned??? Because he's just dreaming, of course.
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Harold, this episode's victim, sure got around. He had four wives.
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Chuck and Olive are becoming fast friends. They do have one common interest, at least: Ned.
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We love Emerson Cod. The character brings a different element to the than Ned and Chuck do.
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Here's another photo of the Pushing Daisies cast. We love every last one of them.
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Another alluring shot of Anna Friel. This is a different side than we see with Chuck, isn't it?
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Pushing Daisies Quotes

She read about people she could never be, on adventures she would never have. Life was good enough until one day it wasn't. Chuck wanted more. But at Boutique Travel Travel Boutique she got more than she bargained for.

Narrator

A bird with gossip. How exciting.

Vivian