No more bad dreams.

28 Jun

Six Feet Under is just becoming brutally sad. Everyone is just becoming more and more and more lonely and/or crazy. And they think bringing more people into the world will help, be they babies or just new acquaintances.
“Time flies when you’re having fun.”
“No, time flies when you’re pretending to have fun. Time flies when you’re pretending to love Brenda and that baby she wants so much. Time flies when you’re pretending to understand what people mean when they say love.”

George: “Nobody’s lucky to have me. Nobody’s ever lucky to have me.”

“Well, I know that if you think life’s a vending machine and you put in virtue and get out happiness you’re going to be disappointed.”

And this is the last season, too. That’s what they’re going to do, they’re going to make all of the characters as sad and lonely as possible before something happens (likely a death, given the show) and they’ll all realize how great it is that they’re still alive and that they have each other… and the show will end. Woohoo. On the other hand, I liked the heavy-handed bird metaphor.

Episode I:
Episode I

Episode II:
episode II

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