Ned tries to make amends with Chuck after his confession, and Emerson finds a corpse in ice.

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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 <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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When Ned frees Emerson out of the car, he tells him that he suffers from a CO-Intoxication. However, Emerson is heavily coughing what is a typical symptomatology for CO2-Intoxications only. In addition, after being out of the car Emerson immediately recovers from the pathology. CO-Intoxication always needs an oxygen or hyperbaric oxygen therapy. See more »

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The make-a-wish lady was run over from behind, but appeared face-up in the next scene. See more »

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Ned: No. We were discussing phantom limbs and I blurted it out; it was like word vomit.
Emerson Cod: Then you slipped in that word vomit and you fell on your ass now you're covered in word vomit.
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Features Pushing Daisies: Pie-lette (2007) See more »

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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
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The bodies in the snowmen were brilliant!
13 December 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode of Pushing Daisies, Chuck deals with the pain of Ned telling her that he killed her father. Ned is devastated because he didn't mean to 'kill' her father. So Chuck lives with Olive until she stops 'hating' Ned. Chuck knows it is about time for her aunts to get a pie, but she doesn't want Ned to find her, so she sends Olive to go make the pie. But Chuck tells Olive the anti-depressant in the bottle is vanilla. While baking the pie, Olive tastes the 'vanilla' and thinks it is to weak, so she puts the whole bottle in the pie! Later, Emerson Cod investigates these 'corpsicles' in a boy's yard waiting for a heart transplant. The first murder victim had 'KIND' indented across his forehead. They have to find the killer before more social workers turn up dead in this brilliant episode!


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