Six Feet Under: Season 3, Episode 13

I'm Sorry, I'm Lost (1 Jun. 2003)

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A piece of "blue ice" broken off an airplane strikes Anahid Havanessian, whose husband goes to Fisher & Diaz for a funeral...but changes his mind when, frustrated with the government for ... See full summary »



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A piece of "blue ice" broken off an airplane strikes Anahid Havanessian, whose husband goes to Fisher & Diaz for a funeral...but changes his mind when, frustrated with the government for hiding that such deaths are common and suspecting Nate's silence is indifference, he's snapped at by Nate, who then snaps at David and Rico for telling him he lost them money by not demanding payment for the meeting when they "switched to the local chapel". Walking in the early hours of the morning to clear his head without success, and drinking heavily and sleeping with a bar prostitute, he's in bad shape and can't accept the news of his mother marrying George. David and Claire are also reluctant, since David is worried about his brother and believes it should be delayed and Claire is worried they haven't known each other long enough to wed, but they know they'll marry either way. Claire visits her father's grave and learns, along with the fact that he's OK with the marriage himself, Lisa, Gabe Dmas,... Written by

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First appearance in the series of Justin Theroux as Joe, Brenda's boyfriend. See more »


When Brenda meets Joe his French horn is in a different position almost every time the camera switches back to him, though he is not shown to be moving his arms at all. See more »


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Written by Terry Kirkman
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10 November 2006 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

While speaking in the cell phone in the yard of her house, a "blue ice" of a plane going to Burbank comes off onto Anahid Havanessian. Her husband and her mother are badly treated by a totally uncontrolled Nate. He leaves Maya alone, thinking in Lisa, goes to a bar, drinks a lot and has sex with a prostitute. Six and half weeks after meeting each other, Ruth and George decide to get marry and inform the family, receiving a cold reception from David, Claire and Nate, that do not approve their marriage. Brenda meets her neighbor Joe, who plays French horn. They date, but Brenda advises she is in celibate. David invites Keith to go to the church; they have a long conversation and settle their situation. Rico has an argument with Vanessa because of Angelica, goes to the dance class alone and later a mate invites him to go to a bar. He meets the stripper Sophia "Infinity" and she has oral sex with him in his car. The police calls Nate and tells they found the body of Lisa. Ruth gets married with George, with the presence of Claire, David and Keith. Nate, completely wasted, fights in a bar and drives to Brenda's home.

In this episode, there is the confirmation that Lisa is dead. There is a contrast between a deranged Nate and the happiness of Ruth. David and Keith seem to have settled their relationship, and Claire is still very sensitive. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "Desculpe, Estou Perdido" ("Sorry, I am Lost")

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