Chuck Image

Chuck Image

What's wrong, Chuck? The beautiful Pushing Daisies star has seen better days.
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Circus Inspector

Circus Inspector

Ned investigates a circus in this episode. Hmmm, wonder what this cannon has to say for itself?
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Ned Image

Ned Image

Ned, sporting some cool shades, peers into the distance. This is a shot from the episode "Circus Circus."
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Circus Circus Pic

Circus Circus Pic

A photo from the episode "Circus Circus." Chuck and Ned just keep getting more and more adorable, don't they?
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At Your Service

At Your Service

May Ned help you? This is an image from the season two premiere of Pushing Daisies.
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Bee Pluses

Bee Pluses

And... we're back! Pushing Daisies premiered for its second season with an episode based around bees.
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Second Season Premiere

Second Season Premiere

Chuck enters an unusual world on the second season premiere of Pushing Daisies. It's unusual, even for her.
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Bzzzz! Characters

Bzzzz! Characters

Meet two characters from the episode "Bzzzz!" It's the second season premiere of Pushing Daisies.
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Bzzzz! Picture

Bzzzz! Picture

Hi, Ned! This image is courtesy of the opening episode of season two of Pushing Daisies.
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Circus Show

Circus Show

Lee Pace and Chi McBride are seen here on the scene of "Circus, Circus." It's the second episode of season two.
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A Ned Stare

A Ned Stare

Chuck peers down at Ned in the season three premiere of Pushing Daisies. Gosh, she's gorgeous!
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Season Two Premiere

Season Two Premiere

Here's a shot of Ned from the second season premiere. He's confronted by a beautiful Chuck.
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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