Thursday, October 11, 2007


At the end of the second episode for 'Pushing Daisies', we saw the refinements Ned made to his car to accommodate having Chuck ride in the front seat with him. There was a plate of safety plastiglass as a divider between the driver's and passenger's seat, with holes for them to converse and one of those gloves you see in testing facilities.

Chuck: What's that for?
Ned: It's um, for steering emergencies.
Narrator: He lied.
Chuck: Right... That's what I thought.
Narrator: She lied too.

And then they proceeded to hold hands using it.
Come on! I know I'm not the only one who recognized the glove's practicality for another classic front seat situation!

If the Farrelly Brothers were directing this show and not Tim Bur-# oops! Excuuuuuse me! Barry Sonnenfeld, they would have utilized that function!

Just sayin', is all.....

By the way, if Ned was so concerned with not touching Chuck, why did he stand next to her when they jumped into the pile of crash dummies? The chances were pretty good that they might have touched when they landed.

Toby OB


Anonymous said...

and that's all I have to say on the matter


Anonymous said...

Ha -- Gene pointed that out too!