A pie-maker has the ability to bring people back from the dead - for a moment.
Words to live by: truth ain't like puppies - running around and pick your favorite.
In which we meet Ned and Chuck. The Pushing Daisies pilot also pushes the limit of Twee. Can't decide if that's good or bad.
In which all good things come to an end.
In which Emerson has great taste in women. Pushing Daisies finally serves up Emerson's ex and she's worth the wait: Gina Torres!
That's the sort of idea gives a bad idea the will to live.
In which Ned poked of his own free will.
Emerson doesn't work in the rain.
Chuck undeads her daddy. Chuck did a bad bad thing.
In which there were puppies involved. Despite a distinct lack of actual puppies.
In which it's not a rabbit. It's Ned's childhood trauma.
This complicates things. You may need to pay for the pie.
Someone tell the police there's a vindictive man with low self-esteem on the loose.