Celebrating her divorce with wine and a limo ride, Chloe Margaret Bryant [formerly Yorkin] runs into a cherry-picker while hanging out of the sunroof. Rico, working at Kroehner's for extra money, earns fame for embalming her. Failing to realize he's been lying to them, or taking their supplies, Nate decides to hold square-dancing lessons to raise money in a slow time, and the instructor has an interesting reaction to David. Claire's outreach trip turns out to be a disappointment. Ruth is torn between Hiram and a jealous Nikolai. Nate has to deal with one of Brenda's old friends visiting, Just as business begins to rise again, Rico is convinced by his wife to leave Fisher & Sons for Kroehner's superior offer. Written by
The only episode where the deceased in the opening teaser was handled by Federico, but not the Fishers (he embalmed a decapitated woman at Kroehner International). See more »
When Brenda and Nate are talking about commitment and love, there is a broom on the front of the fireplace. Brenda then sits down and the camera angle is moved. When Nate kneels down next to her, the broom has moved to the side of the fireplace. See more »
"Nobody is ever what they seem to be." -Parker McKenna
This episode is like its name about turning points, developments in relationships, new beginnings.
Claire is going to on a hike with her schoolmates. She hangs with a guy she thinks he is different and interesting, but she learns he got to Stanford University with the help of this hike. She also befriends with Parker McKenna, who she thinks that she is a Gothic freak. Parker also learns Claire thinks she is a princess. And then says the quote top above.
Branda and Nate's trust issues come to light when her Aussie friend comes to town and Nate finds out they sleep in the same bed. But they both get over their fears and blocks.
Ruth is confused between Hiram and Nikolai. One is a elite guy and the other is a bit crazy, live-the-life-fully type.
Dave meets a new guy. Also, Fishers deal with Rico, who is been offered a job at Khroeners. Ultimately, Rico quits.
I love these thematic episodes of Six Feet Under. In my third watch, I'm loving this episode and the series more and more. 9.5/10.
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