Six Feet Under: Season 3, Episode 10

Everyone Leaves (4 May 2003)

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Jeanette Louise Bradford has an allergic reaction to a bee-sting in Balboa Park, causing Keith to go to San Diego for his aunt's funeral and David to join him, encouraging him to discuss ... See full summary »



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Roderick Charles
Lucille Charles


Jeanette Louise Bradford has an allergic reaction to a bee-sting in Balboa Park, causing Keith to go to San Diego for his aunt's funeral and David to join him, encouraging him to discuss sleeping with a third man with him and to confront his father on his abusive childhood after the funeral. Russell admits he was sleeping with Olivier and an angry, betrayed Claire demands he leave her alone from now on. She and Ruth talk with each other about their relationship problems when Ruth learns Arthur is a virgin so there's nothing new to be gained from spending time with him. Vanessa is now again living life to the fullest, taking dance classes with Rico, but then collapses one night from too many medications. Billy, remarkably depressed after watching a poor video version of his and Brenda's beloved childhood book "Nathaniel and Isabel", kisses Brenda, who goes to visit Nate. Alone with Maya while Lisa goes to visit her sister's family in Santa Cruz, Nate consoles Benda until she begins to ... Written by

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One of two episodes where the deceased in the opening teaser was not handled by any of the protagonists (Keith and David attend Keith's aunt's funeral). See more »


Arthur Martin: [as Ruth does laundry just after they had an argument] I have some kerchiefs and some undershirts... I hear some people call them wife-beaters, which I think is kind of funny...
Ruth Fisher: There's nothing funny about beating your wife.
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Everybody Leaves
26 December 2007 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

Ruth tries to take her relationship with Arthur to a new level but fails horribly which is rather amusing to watch. Nate has Maya all for himself as Lisa leaves for a few days after they have reconciled last episode. As happy as Nate is to spend some quality time with Maya at first, he starts to freak out when he isn't able to contact Lisa.

Keith and David go to Keith's aunt's funeral and Keith sees that his father has changed a lot, spoiling Taylor and not treating her bad like he used to treat Karla and Keith when they were young. There is a tender moment between Keith and David as well as his father.

Meanwhile, things aren't going as well for Claire and Russell after he has a meltdown in class. Afterwards, Russell reveals something rather unpleasant to Claire which changes everything between the two art students.

Rico and Vanessa go to dancing class and she seems very excited after she was rather depressed in the past few episodes. But there are complications.

Billy and Brenda watch a video of "Nathaniel and Isabel" which upsets Billy as it is totally different from the book. This leads to a heart-to-heart between the siblings that goes kind of wrong ...

Excellently written, like always. And it is true, in this episode you really get the impression that nothing is stable, everything is due to change, everybody could leave at any given time.

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