Pushing Daisies quotes

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Alfredo: If I loved you... Then I would love you in any way I could, and if we could not touch, then I would draw strength from your beauty... And if I went blind, I would fill my soul with the sound of your voice and the contents of your thoughts until the last spark of my love for you lit the shabby darkness of my dying mind...

Aunt Vivian: Pies for breakfast always remind me of Mother.
Aunt Lily: Vermouth always reminds me of Mother.

Chuck: I'm alive.

Narrator: At that moment, in the town of Coeur d'Coeurs, events occurred that are not, were not, and should never be considered an ending. For endings, as it is known, are where we begin.
Cast Lee Pace - Ned Anna Friel - Charlotte Charles Chi McBride - Emerson Cod Kristin Chenoweth - Olive Snook Ellen Greene - Vivian Charles Swoosie Kurtz - Lily Charles Jim Dale - Narrator External links ABC.com preview for Pushing Daisies Pushing Daisies quotes at the Internet Movie Database ThePieMaker.com Pushing Daisies at TV.com Pushing Daisies on Televisionary Pushing Daisies - TV

Chuck: [regarding Emerson] Is he upset you brought your childhood sweetheart back to life?
Ned: He barely knows you're here.
Narrator: In fact, Emerson had finished knitting a sweater vest and two handgun cozies in the week since Chuck's return.

Chuck: Boy, Kentucky sure had it in for Betty but, who had it in for Kentucky?
Ned: The Terrifying Bee Man.
Chuck: What if he was made entirely out of bees and that's why she couldn't see his face because he didn't even have one. I mean, what if there's a whole "Bee-folk society" who'd walk around shaped like people?
Ned: You're thinking about how you can train your bees to walk around in people shapes, aren't you?
Chuck: Yeah.

Chuck: But why, why do we love something if loving something just makes us stupid and just have more to lose?
Ned: Why love something? Because we can.
Chuck: Aww.

Chuck: Follow the yellow thick hose!
Ned: Follow the yellow thick hose?

Chuck: I don't know, but hurry up and open if before he comes back! What if he changes when his blood sugar level drops?
Olive: Maybe like a hypoglycemic werewolf!

Chuck: Look, I took care of Lily and Vivian for twenty years, they never even left the house. What happened was incredibly unusual.
Ned: Please take this the right way, but so is being dead but not dead.
Emerson: Amen.

Chuck: There was a young man named Von Deenis.
Ned: Who they said had a very big... [commercial break]

Chuck: You can't just touch someone's life and just be done with it.
Ned: Yes I can. That's how I roll.

Deedee: Hey, Charlotte!
Chuck: Hey, Deedee.
Deedee: Now, how'd I know you'd be the first person I'd see when I got to...? Is this...? Which one is this?
Chuck: This is neither. Well, maybe it's both, but, listen, this is the deal: you get to talk for, like, a minute, we're gonna catch up, and then you're not talking anymore.
Deedee: Does everyone get to do this? 'Cause, girl, we gotta break it down.
Chuck: Did you know I was gonna get killed?
Deedee: I thought there might be the possibility, yes. I'm real sorry about that. I probably should've said something. But to be honest, and really, why not, at this point, if it were safe, I would've done it myself. God, this is fantastic! Being honest is fun!

Emerson: [takes Ned aside] What is the rate of exchange on the life of a bird? 'Cause if it's equal to or greater than mine, I need to get back to my car.

Emerson: Check please.
Olive: [slams two large wads of cash down on Emerson's table]
Emerson: Or cash. Cash is good. [grabs money, puts it on his lap]
Olive: I want to hire you. Technically, I already have, since you were so grabby with the cash.
Emerson: Think of it as an escrow between my thighs.

Emerson: Death by scratch and sniff. What the hell happened to people shooting each other with guns?