Chuck:MIA/WAB Missing in Action, without a brain
The day starts off with 4 new bodies that came in and need preparing, one body that needs to be at the airport in 40 minutes and Chuck oversleeps. Obviously a dedicated worker, he takes a leisurely bowl of cereal at the 8am, the exact time he should be pulling into the ME office area to pick up some bodies. On his way to work he misses his exit cause his mind is wandering. He must have been hit real hard in the ring and his brain is still out of town on vacation while the rest of him took a trip to the canvas. Being the father, he gets to acting immature when he feels he isn't getting enough attention. Finally showing up late to the Parlor, he starts bitching cause everyone else is rushing him along due to his own incompetence. The only reason he has the job is that the other guys that had it before were stealing and using the company van for their own purposes. At least Chuck doesn't take party breaks, he just takes good sense breaks, while driving. This can be directly attributed to his hobby of beating other guy's fists with his head, dainbramage has set in and filling all the cracks in his head. He does pick the worst times to take a break from reality, when he is going to pick up a body, making more u-turns than an ex-cheerleader picking a new doctor-husband At last he makes it to the retirement home, and gently prepares the lady for the trip to the mortuary. He may have scrambled eggs for brains sometimes, but he does have a heart. Meanwhile David is having his regular day of anal-retentiveness. I am not saying he is hyper, but speed freaks are calmer than Dave is waiting for family to show up to go over planning a memorial. Dave is all cool and suave as he points out to the gray haired lady that she was late. Now is that coolness under pressure or what!!! Man what a DORK!!! If that was any more crass, he would have the lady write 200 times "I will not be late for funeral planning again." He must have taken massive downers during lunch cause his afternoon planning with another family is a lot calmer and more sedate in demeanor. At the end of the day, we wave bye-bye to the crew. Dave goes who knows where, and Chuck goes home to his cat.