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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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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This episode marks the second of many references in the series to Alfred Hitchcock's films with not just one, but two spoofs: The scene of Harold's stabbing is a spoof of Marion Crane's stabbing from Psycho. Emerson's dream sequence is a spoof of the dream sequence from Vertigo. See more »

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Emerson Cod: [about Harold Hundin's four wives] They were all breeders, too.
Olive Snook: They make babies for their polygamy cult?
Emerson Cod: *Dog* breeders.
Olive Snook: They make dogs for their polygamy cult?
Emerson Cod: Ain't nobody making nothing for their polygamy cult.
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Spoofs Vertigo (1958) See more »

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Is it just me or did this one seem like a bit of a letdown?
25 May 2011 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

While a sub-par episode of "Pushing Daisies" is still great and worth watching, I just felt this one was a bit weak. I dunno...maybe you will or won't agree.

The show begins with Joel McHale being murdered (not a bad thing, as I always found his shtick on E! a bit annoying)--so at least it starts well. When Emerson and Ned revive him to try to solve the killing (and collect the reward), the dead man says his wife did it. No problem, right?! Well, it turned out he lived in a polygamous living arrangement and there were FOUR potential suspects! So, Olive(?), Ned, Chuck and Emerson all separately interview the wives to determine the killer. But before it all gets solved, another victim turns up--and it's only at a funeral that they're able to wrap it all up.

So why wasn't I thrilled about the show? Well, the plot seemed even more contrived than normal AND the reason for the murders seemed pretty lame. Still, it's very watchable AND you get to see Ned beat up a lady!


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