Got Her!

Got Her!

Ned's got you! Olive is caught by her dream man in this Pushing Daisies scene.
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Protecting Chuck

Protecting Chuck

Don't worry, Chuck. It's okay. Emerson has your back.
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Magic Men

Magic Men

Fred Willard guest stars on this Pushing Daisies episode. Here's a look at him with our two favorite stars.
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Ned and His Brothers

Ned and His Brothers

We get to know Ned's brothers a lot better in the episode "Oh Oh Oh It's Magic." Here's a look at the family.
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Seen This Man?

Seen This Man?

Check, please! Emerson and Ned try to fit in and solve a case in "Dim Sum, Lose Some."
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New Ned

New Ned

Do you prefer Ned with a mustache? Or without any facial hair?
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Dim Sum, Lose Some Picture

Dim Sum, Lose Some Picture

We've seen Emerson and Ned often go undercover. But these have to be their best outfits do date, don't they?
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An Unusual Kidnapping

An Unusual Kidnapping

A man with a gun stands off to the side. And many Asian women sit in the middle, as Emerson and Ned are held hostage.
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Held Captive

Held Captive

Emerson and Ned are tied down in this photo from "Dim Sum, Lose Some." We can't get enough of that witty title.
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Undercover Brothers

Undercover Brothers

Emerson and Ned look amazing. This is a scene from the episode "Dim Sum, Lose Some."
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Ned, Emerson, Guest Star

Ned, Emerson, Guest Star

David Arquette is the ideal guest star on Pushing Daisies. He's seen here alongside characters Ned and Emerson.
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Cracking a Case

Cracking a Case

Emerson knows how to pick a lock. It's a pre-requisite for any private investigator, really.
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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

Chuck: Do you believe in reincarnation?
Emerson: Hell no. The planet's falling apart. Right now, it's the children's problem. We reincarnate, it's our problem