Six Feet Under: Can I Come Up Now?
October 5, 2019 9:27 PM - Season 4, Episode 4 - Subscribe

David's ex-fiancée Jennifer's father gets hit by lightning, and David meets Jennifer's new fiancé and hashes out some old issues with her as the funeral arrangements progress. Keith is becoming increasingly uncomfortable over not being out at his new job. Ruth and George are still receiving boxes of excrement in the mail, and George realizes the sender is a son he has not told Ruth about. Nate has some free time while Maya's on a trip with her aunt Barbara's family, and uses it to visit Brenda and a psychic. Claire savages a friend's work in class, goes on a less-than-successful date, and paints the coach-house apartment. Rico juggles work and the responsibilities of two families.

The obituary from this episode:

Lawrence Henry Mason (1938 - 2003)

Lawrence Mason, 64, of Westwood died Monday, Dec. 1, 2003. Lawrence was born in Baltimore, MD on July 31, 1938. He served briefly in the Navy before moving out to California with his family in 1967. He spent the last 34 years employed by Burris Foods and was recently made a Vice President in the company.

Lawrence is pre-deceased by his son, Martin. He is survived by his loving daughter, Jennifer, and her fiance, Greg Sutton.

Services will be held on Thursday at 3p.m. at Fisher & Diaz Funeral Home in Los Angeles. Private burial to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Alzheimer's Association.
posted by orange swan (2 comments total)
Do people really leave their umbrellas in a lobby hold all like that? They're bound to get stolen. And that might have been a Burberry umbrella -- although it might have been just a tartan umbrella, since one used to be able to buy a Burberry-like umbrella back in the 2000s, before Burberry started cracking down on unauthorized use of their tartan.

There's still such a bond between David and Jennifer. Poor woman, she really has been through a lot: a broken engagement, her mother getting Alzheimers really young, now her father dying so suddenly. And she probably has another broken engagement coming up, because that fianc&eactue; of hers is a boorish jackass. No wonder she still has feelings for David -- he would never have said such insensitive, crass things.

Charging a toddler for her "share" of the hotel room. Indeed.

Claire painted her apartment the same lime colour as her car. I wonder if she painted her car herself as well.
posted by orange swan at 5:56 PM on October 13, 2019

Innocuous sounding yet x-rated episode title.
posted by rongorongo at 4:17 AM on June 1, 2022

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