Devoted Christian Dorothy Sheedy mistakes inflatable dolls floating from a truck bed for angels, and jumps out of her car, unaware of her surroundings, and is hit by another driver. Her ... See full summary »
Sean McNamara and Christian Troy are two plastic surgeons running a partnership in Miami, Florida with different issues to life. Sean is a wishy-washy, weak-kneed, family man who distances ... See full summary »
"My So-Called Life" is a realistic mid-nineties teen drama series that takes a look at a 15 year-old girl and her trials and tribulations with being a teenager and dealing with friends, guys, parents and school.
Devoted Christian Dorothy Sheedy mistakes inflatable dolls floating from a truck bed for angels, and jumps out of her car, unaware of her surroundings, and is hit by another driver. Her husband, also strong in his faith, doesn't know whether his wife's death was an odd accident or suicide but remains calm about it, believing it was simply her time to die. Nate doesn't accept that and when David forces him to stop pressing the man with questions on why his beliefs are thus and why he won't appear more angry or saddened, he quits the business and confronts Ruth for trying to persuade him to stay at all. Keith goes to a job interview to be a celebrity's security guard. A plumbing-system problem causes blood to arise in all the building's drains, and David has an interesting reaction to the plumber that Keith takes in stride. Everyone else gives Ruth a hard time for putting George's belongings up in place of the family's. Rico continues to weakly answer Sophia's pleas to see him, spending... Written by
Three months have passed since the previous episode, "Falling into Place". See more »
Oh, this is so fucking gross!
What the fuck do you think you're doing?
Taking pictures. This is like right out of "The Shining".
This is not cool or legal, stop it!
Well, call the Bureau, ass.
This is our family business, Claire, even if I'm the only one in the family who gives a shit anymore.
Well, what if you need photos for, like, the insurance company or something?
All right, take some more - but this is not an art project.
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When the fanatic religious Dorothy Sheedy is hit by a car in a weird accident, her conformed husband goes to Fisher & Diaz. Nate does not accept his apathy in his grief, and discusses with the client, with David and with Rico. Later he quits his partnership. Ruth replaces the Formica table of the kitchen by a Persian one that belongs to George, and the family does not like. Claire makes a new friend, Anita Miller, and they go to a bar where poets are lecturing their poems, and they become close to Edie. Keith, very nervous, is interviewed and hired by a safeguard protection company that makes the security guard of stars and has for principle to defuse a situation before becomes a situation. Rico is visiting Sophia and giving gifts for her, and his relationship with Vanessa seems to be ending. Brenda dates Joe and after many days they have sex. David gets a blow-job of the plumber Andy and later he tells Keith.
"In Case of Rapture" is a reasonable episode of "Six Feet Under". Nate probably will follow another path along the series; George is feeling rejected by the Fishers; Keith has a new job; Rico seems to be initiating a new relationship; and Brenda is more stable and now is dating Joe. Actually this episode is plain. My vote is seven.
Title (Brazil): "Em Busca do Êxtase" ("Looking for the Rapture")
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