Telemarketers Andrew Wayne Milne, Matthew Clark Hazen, and Martin Jacobs are shot by their insane former co-worker Daniel Grant Showalter who then commits suicide. Fisher & Diaz gets both the Milne and the Showalter funerals - but Rico objects to having the killer's, especially on the same day his victim's is to be held, so makes David's life miserable by refusing to pick up his body or do his job quietly. Stuck picking it up himself, David misses therapy with Keith, and Frank Mushler encourages him to view his own feelings about David without him around to defend himself. Lisa and Nate manage to invite David and Keith over for a barbecue dinner for a while before Carol barges in and literally demands Lisa's attention, but it gives Keith and David plenty of time to reflect on what problems their relationship has. Though she claims their own marriage is wonderful, Nate's dream of whether it was meant to be begin to crumble as several minor arguments arise with Lisa. Ruth's trip to ... Written by
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The only episode to show more than one death in the opening teaser (a triple-murder and suicide resulted in four deaths of unrelated people), and thus the only one where some bodies were and some were not were handled by the protagonists. See more
You can never really know a person and if you think you can, you're living in a fucking dream world!
The Flowers That Bloom in the Spring
Performed by Michael C. Hall
(Composed by William S. Gilbert
and Arthur Sullivan
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