When a dog breeder is poisoned to death, suspicion falls upon his four wives as well as a businessman who was planning to market his new breed of dog.



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Vivian Charles (credit only)
Lily Charles (credit only)


Ned, Chuck, Emerson, and Olive team up to solve a case in the murder of Harold Hundin, a well respected dog breeder whose prized dog, a bitch named Bubblegum, becomes the worlds first Coll-A-Dor-Russell-A-Poo. They learn from the momentarily revived Harold that his wife killed him. It's only later they find that prime suspect Hallie was not his only wife; Harold was a polygamist with four wives! Ned finds himself in an uncomfortable situation after his kiss with Olive is revealed. Written by K.M.

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14 November 2007 (USA)  »

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"Hundin" is the German word for a female dog. See more »


Emerson Cod: [after seeing the state of Ned after kissing Olive] She dropped a bomb in your self-conscious with her saliva!
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Spoofs Vertigo (1958) See more »


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Written by James Dooley
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Bitches is another entertaining episode of "Pushing Daises"
17 November 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

In this episode, Ned, Chuck, Emerson, and Olive investigate the murder of a dog breeder who had four wives. One of whom is responsible for his death. There's also a rival breeder who wants to clone Bubblegum, the dog that the original dog breeder made from each of the dogs individually owned by each of the wives. Meanwhile, Ned explores his feelings for Chuck and Olive after Olive had kissed him in a previous episode...Another wonderful episode of "Pushing Daises" that explores jealousy and the various ways that love touches certain characters. Nice to see Emerson explore the feelings he has for one of the four wives, in this case Simone, while still trying to do his duty (even though his purposes are usually monetary). Loved Olive, in interviewing first wife Hilary, passing off Digby as "Pickle". Great use of dialogue, as usual, though some of it goes so fast I have to rewind to catch some of it clearly. If the writer's strike doesn't end soon, the next three episodes that are set to run may be the last of this season. I just hope they do well enough in the ratings to warrant a renewal next fall. Kudos to everyone at "Pushing Daises".

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