Finally, Chuck has made it inside, just in time to see her hero crash to the floor. Spying her, Wilfred makes a run for her with his sword, at which point Ned jumps to his feet and throws his sword, causing it to stick in the wall and trip Wilfred. With the aid of one well-placed kick from Emerson, still stuck in the window, to Wilfred's head, Ned has saved Chuck, once again, and looks all the more like Prince Charming, wrapped stylishly in his velvet curtain, Wilfred's discarded sword gleaming in his hand. As Chuck stares at him, stars in her eyes, the rest of the curtain falls to reveal the hidden dead-people treasure.
Back at the Pie Hole, Olive arrives, smug with confidence that Chuck has faked her death for some nefarious purpose. Distracted as she is, she takes little notice that her own Price Charming, Alfredo, has fixed her espresso machine.
Meanwhile (AGAIN), Emerson has learned a valuable lesson from the Schatz Bros. Oh, not that trying to make a living off dead people is bad. No -- that fatness is a hindrance, and he wishes never to be wedged in a window again.
MEANWHILE MEANWHILE MEANWHILE -- the aunts are enjoying their herbal happy pie, and Chuck and Ned wrap up the dead people treasures to return them to their original owners. Everyone's cute. Everyone's in love. All the colors are beautifully coordinated. Ned loves Chuck. Ditto. Plastic Wrap is once again invoked. This is the longest goddamn recap ever, and I am going to BED.