After Ned told Chuck he is responsible for her father's death, she took off. Now Ned is looking for her in the wintry streets, unable to find her. Oscar Vibenius however, ís able to find Chuck and tells her he knows that she (along with Digby) has a secret that has something to do with death... With Chuck not being able to go to The Pie Hole, Olive makes the pie for Chuck's aunts. What she doesn't know is that Chuck's special ingredient is a drug. She thinks it's vanilla and because she considers it rather weak, she puts in a lot more than Chuck usually does. In the meantime, there's a case involving corpses of life insurance agents ending up in snowmen that needs to be solved. Written by
Marco van Hoof <email@example.com>
Did You Know?
The opening shot after one of the ad breaks of a snow covered street with arch and white picket fence in the foreground is actually from the film Groundhog Day
(1993). The original shot is of the street in front of the bed and breakfast after Bill Murray
's character wakes up the day after his repeating ordeal. See more
In the Pie-lette, Chuck's grave was on a gently sloping hill, but in this episode and every episode thereafter, her grave is on a flat lawn. See more
[about the coroner's sweater
Anybody ever ask you why you wear that sweater?
My niece gave me this sweater last Christmas.
That thing's uglier than a chipmunk's ass.
He means the sweater, not your niece.
Why would someone get somebody a Christmas sweater for Christmas? You could only wear it that day.
He means should... only wear it that day.
Yeah. Either you got to take off what you got on to put it on or you got to wait another year for the next holiday season.
Why you want to ...
Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy
(from "The Nutcracker")
Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Arranged by Jim Dooley
(as James Dooley)
Performed by the Pushing Daisies Orchestra See more