George reads the paper at the kitchen table. Ruth joins him and says she wants them to move out of the house to make a fresh start. And piss away a ridiculous amount of money while they're at it, one assumes. George thinks that sounds great. Just then Claire comes in and tentatively heads for the fridge. "What on earth do you think you're doing?" Ruth demands. Claire says she's just getting some food. Ruth: "Get out of here. I'm trying to have a private conversation with my husband." Claire stands there, until Ruth drives her from the kitchen by yelling, "Get out! Go get a job! Leave now!" Claire stomps out the back door. Obviously the Fisher women haven't been getting along already, but I think part of that display is because Ruth is feeling guilty about what she's trying to pull with George and she doesn't want any witnesses. ["Or because Claire's sense of entitlement is up her ass. Oh, wait; that's my display." -- Sars] George looks pretty unhappy with the way she just treated her daughter, but, being the anti-Brenda, he doesn't comment. Ruth says she made an appointment to look at an apartment near Park LaBrea. "That's within walking distance of the museums," George says in amazement. "And the Farmer's Market," adds Ruth. George asks, "Do you really want a new beginning? Because nothing would make me happier." Ruth just smiles at him as he takes her hand.
Six Feet Under
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Six Feet Under