An Honest Man

An Honest Man

Emerson is not one to hold anything back. As Olive has found out by now.
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Happy Aunts

Happy Aunts

Thanks to some happy drugs, Lily and Vivian are able to smile for once. It looks good on them.
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Olive and Her New Man

Olive and Her New Man

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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A Kiss!!!

A Kiss!!!

Through saran wrap, Chuck lays on one Ned. How cute are these two together?!?
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Scene of the Crime

Scene of the Crime

Our favorite trio arrives at the funeral home where Chuck was brought back to life. Chaos ensues.
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Putting the Fun...

Putting the Fun...

... in funeral. That's what Ned and Emerson do in the third episode of Pushing Daisies.
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TV Guide Feature

TV Guide Feature

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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Lee Pace Picture

Lee Pace Picture

Here's a look at Lee Pace. The actor is ideal in the role of Ned.
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Crime-Fighters

Crime-Fighters

Emerson, Ned and Chuck are on the case! They faced an interesting episode in "Dummy."
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Ned Photo

Ned Photo

Ned looks sullen. The life is a pie maker isn't always easy.
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A Negotiation

A Negotiation

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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Hand Holding

Hand Holding

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

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

Vivian: Charlotte was a nice girl.
Lily: With the exception of puberty.
Vivian: Which was when Lily was going through a change of life.
Lily: Impolite to talk about one's menopause in mixed company.