Later, Ned is working on some pies in the kitchen when Chuck comes in. Let's take a moment here, shall we, to discuss Chuck's wardrobe again? Sometimes, um, she wears dresses whose tops...how do I put this? She...Anna Friel has, well, quite the pair of jugs. I know I just said "jugs," yes, and I am so sorry, but I am not sure how else to phrase the glaring truth -- the woman has a rack to rival even the Chenoweth's, and sometimes her dresses seem a little, I don't know, TIGHT in the upstairs, and though of course she is lovely, I wonder... is it completely necessary for her to be cute and a sexpot? Anyway, she's been doing some thinking, she says, and she's come to an understanding about Ned's whole dilemma with the one-minute rule that resulted in her re-life and Lawrence's death. Ned is happy she understands, and as he turns to put his pie crust in the freezer, he reiterates that he doesn't want her to think he's a killer. Except, ah, pay no attention to this body in my freezer! "That's not good," he mumbles. Chuck freaks. "Di...did you?" she starts. He assures her that, no, he didn't.
As Chuck and the Pie Maker consider the dead Schatz brother in the freezer, Jim Dale tells us -- and please stop calling him "the Pie Maker" -- Olive has turned up, pie in hand, at the slightly scary home of Chuck's aunts. Olive is having regrets, considering the rising crimes against delivery people, as she nervously rings the doorbell and takes off at a run for the street. "SOS!" she cries, rattling the gate. "OS! OS!" Behind her, like an apparition, Aunt Vivian appears from nowhere. "Your pie smells delicious," she says, and even I, prude of the century, take a moment to giggle.
Inside, Vivian serves up the goods. "Pies for breakfast," she says in a tremulous voice, "always remind me of Mother." In her bathrobe, Aunt Lily staggers into the room. "Vermouth always reminds me of Mother," she snarks, following this brilliance up by asking why they're having pie and who the hell is Olive. Vivian reveals all: Olive is in the pie industry, and has delivered a pie from the Pie Hole. "As in 'shut your,'" Olive explains. "Or in this case, 'open your,' 'cause it's real good!" Oh, show, it really was not necessary to explain the centuries-old joke of "pie hole." Olive quickly realizes that these are the Darling Mermaid Darlings, and that they have recently been the victims of a home invasion following the loss of their niece, the Lonely Tourist. As Lily and Vivian reminisce over their pie about Chuck's childhood friend who gave her a beaver t-shirt -- "beaver boy" -- the wheels of truth slowly begin to turn in Olive's mind. She's putting it all together.