While fishing, Chris finds the body of a man frozen in ice. Maurice looks upon this as a business opportunity as a battle begins over the body. Ed takes a job at Ruth Anne's store. Joel explores his Jewish faith.
Did You Know?
When the frozen body in the ice block is standing in The Brick, it is very clear by the conversation that they will be storing him in the walk-in freezer. But later, when they show the body now in storage, you can see lots of dry goods, such as bags of pancake mix, sitting on the shelves. These would not be kept in a freezer. In addition, you can't see the breath of anyone standing in the room, so it is quite obviously not a freezer they are standing in. See more
Maurice J. Minnifield
As far as I'm concerned, after a hundred years carrion becomes memorabilia.