Kerplunk- Exactly that

Kerplunk is right! With such an imaginative and fantastic show as Pushing Daisies, you need a finale with just as an imaginative and magical ending. After seeing the ending of Kerplunk, you could totally tell they did a rush job. I'm thankful that they removed whatever horrible cliffhanger, but still there was no "Ooooo," no "Ahhhhh," nor even a "Mmmmm." No sigh of relief, delight or whimsy. Instead it was just a plain old watery "Kerplunk."


Perhaps my disappointment has something to do with how much I disliked Chuck. I found the character annoying. Her fast talk and quirks were equivalent to many, many horrible seasons of Gilmore Girls. I loved Olive and wanted her with Ned. Kablooey is what I say.

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Jun 15, 2009 12:51AM EDT

I disagree about Ned and Olive (although I do love and will always love Kristen Chenoweth), but I agree, the ending was a failure. It was so rushed that I felt no happiness at the fact that everything ended perfectly, just annoyance.

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Jun 15, 2009 4:49AM EDT

Heh, I watched the ending months ago on TV, but yeah, it was definitely pasted on.
I didn't want Olive and Ned to end up together either.

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