Bitches: Attack of the 4-Headed Wife

Joel McHale made a little visit to Pushing Daisies last night.


And how does Pushing Daisies welcome this The Soup host who makes fun of everything and everyone on TV?


By making him a murdered dog-breading over-caffeinated polygamist of course!


Sorry, Emerson, it's never as simple as "my wife did it" especially when a guy who always has tricks up his sleeves guest stars as the dead guy.


Besides learning that Big Love isn't the only show that can so very well represent the modern-day polygamist lifestyle, we learned that Ned is such an incredibly good guy, he's actually haunted by one little kiss with the girl he doesn't love.


But while Chuck and Ned are ever the optimists and adorable sort-of-couple, it looks like Chuck's faith in carrying on this way is wavering.


Ned may find not being able to touch Chuck troubling, but he's just so gosh darn happy to be around her, he figures he can just go on like that. Chuck, on the other hand, gave him a bit of a word-slap when she told him that maybe this wasn't going to be happiness for them.


I love Chuck dearly, but if she runs off with some hottie just because she can touch him, I'll see what I can do about rounding up all the Bubble Gum dogs I can find to sic on her.


In reality, yes, it's unreasonable for Chuck and Ned to think they can actually have a lasting relationship the way they have to deal with touching, but the beauty of Pushing Daisies is that it's far from anyone's actual reality.


But what will become of them if Chuck wishes for more reality than their happy little pie-making murder-solving family?


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