Olive plans to deliver another pie with mood-improving drugs to the aunts of Chuck (Lily and Vivian) when a messenger pigeon hits the window of the pie shop. While Olive holds the bird, Ned accidentally touches it and she decides to take the pigeon to bird lovers Lily and Vivian. When a crop duster hits the building across the street, Ned, Emerson and Chuck check it out. Owner of the apartment is the unharmed Conrad Fitch, an attractive man who catches Chuck when she falls, which makes Ned rather uncomfortable. The widow of the pilot hires them to prove he hasn't killed himself but that he was murdered instead so she can get the life insurance money. The pilot tells Ned his crop duster was hijacked by a man in an orange prison suit.
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Did You Know?
The address on Elsita's windmill is 3.141, the first four digits of pi. See more
When Braden Caden's Aviation Insurance policy is shown, it is in fact a contract for a Nokia cell phone. The text is clearly legible in the high-definition version. See more
What the hell d'you want?
I'm from the Papen County Historical Society. I'm here to photograph your windmill for our annual calendar.
Where's yer camera?
It's in the car.
Yer lyin'. But I'm bored.
Spoofs The Birds
Birdhouse in Your Soul
Written by They Might Be Giants
Arranged by Jim Dooley
(as James Dooley)
Performed by Kristin Chenoweth
and Ellen Greene See more