Emerson is not one to hold anything back. As Olive has found out by now.
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Thanks to some happy drugs, Lily and Vivian are able to smile for once. It looks good on them.
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Olive Snook - the adorable, sad Olive Snook - may have found a love interest this week. We sure hope so, for her sake.
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Through saran wrap, Chuck lays on one Ned. How cute are these two together?!?
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Our favorite trio arrives at the funeral home where Chuck was brought back to life. Chaos ensues.
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... in funeral. That's what Ned and Emerson do in the third episode of Pushing Daisies.
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Pushing Daisies is featured in the mid-October issue of TV Guide. The article goes behind the scenes of this great show.
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Here's a look at Lee Pace. The actor is ideal in the role of Ned.
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Emerson, Ned and Chuck are on the case! They faced an interesting episode in "Dummy."
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Ned looks sullen. The life is a pie maker isn't always easy.
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In "The Fun in Funeral," Emerson and Ned have a heart to heart. We miss seeing the P.I. with his knitting material.
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We ended the pilot with Ned and Chuck holding their own hands. So at least these two have improved in episode two.
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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