The trio begins to leave the morgue, when they spot Olive in the hallway. She's wearing an insanely neon bright outfit, topped with a clear rain slicker that has green pimento olives on it. This is freakin' genius. Out of the bag that she's got with her she pulls a similar raincoat out for Emerson, except his has codfish on it. Also genius. And one for Ned, that has pies on it. Not as genius, but still cute. She says that together they are a crime fighting team, so of course they need coordinating wardrobes. She keeps calling Emerson, "Papa" and herself "Mama" which causes Emerson make this constipated face. Ned informs "mama" that she and papa are on their own, as he has to go take care of a thing. Olive looks positively dejected as he walks away, not even taking his raincoat (it is still raining out after all). Emerson says, "Hey, Mood Swing Sally, anchors away." Guess she's his crime fighting partner for the Merle McQuoddy mission, whether either of them likes it or not.
At Ned's childhood home, Chuck politely asks her father if he wants some pie. He says no, that he'd rather have cake. Ned looks aghast. Charles Charles wants to know when his little girl started eating pie instead of cake. Again, this could be so wrongly misconstrued. Anyway, apparently Chuck has come to appreciate the fruity delicious treat. "No cake? At all?" asks Charles Charles. I don't like him one bit. And I'm not just biased because I personally can't stand cake. OK. Maybe I am a little. Ned changes the subject, as he hands Charles Charles a note that says that they should move Charles Charles to Ned's apartment. Charles Charles has no intention of moving, and he doesn't really care that Lily and Vivian could discover that Charles Charles is alive again... which is just really "a hop, skip, and a jump to angry mobs with pitchforks." Charles Charles thinks that he wants to keep his distance from Ned, because he doesn't want to get accidentally returned to the grave. However, he's actually even more concerned that Ned might accidentally kill Chuck. I think this is a very valid point, because for all of the safeguards they have in place, in this scene (among many others) Ned and Chuck are sitting precariously close together. And while they are wearing jackets, they could easily move quickly and return her to the grave. It makes me so nervous. Charles Charles worries that Deadly Nedly (perfect!) could trip and kill her again. Charles Charles wants to make a deal; he'll play by Ned's rules, if Ned leaves his daughter alone. Forever. At which point he reaches out and grabs Ned's jacket arm, awfully close for comfort to Ned's skin, and delivers this threat.