And, with shoefly between them, Olive and Chuck patch it up. Meanwhile, Emerson and his mom also fill the void. "I'm your mama, Emmy," she says, "and I need to start acting like it." Emmy! She wants him to feel like he can make mistakes and still tell her about it. Also, she's made some notes on his book -- she wants him to write about the grown-up Emerson Cod, and how great he'd be as a dad. With a kiss on the cheek that actually makes Chi McBride blush, she bids farewell to the real l'il gumshoe, and heads out. Back above the Pie Hole, Ned is enjoying the bachelor life, having some pizza with ol' Digby, when he hears a knock. It's Chuck, wrapped in her duvet. She wanted to wrap him in some goose down goodness, she says, to thank him for doing what was right. "Well, you know," he says, "my duvet was metaphorical." Chuck, dropping the bedspread to reveal her nekkid self: "Yeah, so was mine." With a smile that would light up a city block, Ned's eyebrows nearly burst into flames as he says: "I really missed you."
Episode Report CardAl Lowe: A | 5284 USERS: A-
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