While Emerson collects the double fee, Lily does some detective work of her own and finds double trouble in Dwight's hotel room where she goes in search of the pocket watch to prove that Dwight robbed Chuck's grave. Dudes, it's complicated. And I haven't even told you that Dwight's hotel room? FULL OF GUNS. I know! Anyway, Lily gets the watch, hears Dwight coming back to his room, and escapes just in time. But, see, Dwight, finding the watch gone? Thinks Chuck came in and stole it back from him. Complexities like the mind has never known! Jim Dale can barely deal with it. Grabbing up a sizable gun, he heads off to get the stolen stolen property. Damn! But wait, there's more. Finally returning to the Pie Hole after bringing the burglar to justice, Chuck and Ned hear from a very worried Olive about Dwight's visit. This leaves Ned no choice. They have to know now who Dwight is and what he wants, and the only way to unearth that mystery is to unearth Chuck's father. Now, who's responsible for security in this cemetery, I don't know, but they head over there to dig up a second grave in as many days, and my terror as to what they will find mounts with the second. So does Chuck's anxiety and sadness. She's just now realizing how terribly hard this will be, and now it's too late to turn back. "It's gonna be an awkward hello, a tender acceptance and a rushed goodbye," Ned says. "It's not too late... we could leave town. If I knew the consequences, I never would have alive-agained my mother, and I had her for seven hours. I'd rather take my chances with Dwight than watch you go through this." Chuck tearfully says that when Ned lost his mother, he was alone. She, on the other hand, has him. "You're the real swashbuckling do-gooder, she says. "And I love you." Ned sighs. "I hope you still feel that way when this is over." And with a few final tosses of the shovel, they hit the coffin, and now must confront what is inside.
Episode Report CardAl Lowe: A+ | 1274 USERS: B
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