New Friendship

New Friendship

Chuck and Olive made for an entertaining duo during "Girth." They do have a shared interest, after all.
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Lookalikes

Lookalikes

Here's Anna Friel. And here's Evangeline Lily. They look rather similar, don't they?
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Ann and Lee Kiss!

Ann and Lee Kiss!

Chuck and Ned can't do it. But Anna Friel and Lee Pace can lay a kiss on one another!
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Truly Happy

Truly Happy

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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Caught!

Caught!

Chuck is caught by Ned. It's a big, sweet step in their relationship.
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Having This Dance

Having This Dance

Beekeeper suits firmly on, Ned and Chuck share a romantic dance to close the episode.
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Knock! Knock!

Knock! Knock!

Chuck and the boys arrive at the windmill. They have no idea Olive and the aunts are inside.
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Back to Heath

Back to Heath

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 Picture

Vivian Picture

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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Contrasting Aunts

Contrasting Aunts

Lily is happy. Vivian is bitter. This just about sums them up.
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Emerson Cod Photo

Emerson Cod Photo

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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No Touching!

No Touching!

Ned can't touch that dead bird, Olive. Come on. Stop being so silly.
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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