Pushing Daisies

Pushing Daisies (2007)

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Pie-lette - S1-E1

Corrected entry: In the scene where Chuck's dad dies outside, Ned is seen backing up to the table while his mother is taking a pie out of the oven. When she takes the pie out of the oven, she has oven mitts on, but in the next shot the oven mitts are gone and she is still holding the supposedly hot pie with her bare hands.

Correction: First, it's not the next shot. The shot of Ned backing up to the table is between the two. Second, there are two pies. So she takes the hot pie out of the oven. Then while Ned backs away to the table, offscreen she sets the hot pie down, takes the mitts off and picks up the already cooled pie.

JC Fernandez

Show generally

Corrected entry: It is mentioned many times that if Ned has 1 minute before he has to undo his bringing something back to life. If he does not there will be a random act in close proximity to replace the death. One example is Chuck's father dying when Ned let his mother live. The problem is when he brings the fruit used in his pies back and leaves them that way, nothing is shown to die. Since this a big part of the plot line I would think they would show what it was.


Correction: This is addressed in episode 3 (of season 1). The first scene of the pie-hole shows Ned bringing peaches back to life and tossing them to Chuck. The camera pans to a flower box by the windows and you see several yellow flowers whither and die.

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