In this episode directed by Kathy Bates, Ruth forms a closer relationship with Arthur (the new boarder) while watching "Silent Running" together and sniffing his handkerchief.
Nate and Lisa go camping with friends and try to re-discover each other.
Brenda makes a quick reappearance in this episode and the electricity between her and Nate is so evident while he is trying to convince himself that his relationship with Lisa is really working.
Claire and her art class friend get intimate while Rico wrestles with the challenges of a double-wide corpse and "triple X" casket.
David and Keith discuss their relationships with women before they fully came out of the closet.
As usual, this show was gripping and went by much too quickly. I miss Kathy Bates' character in the show. She is such a presence. I'm sure that she was too busy directing this episode to appear in it.
Claire's art teacher is so critical of everyone but Claire it makes you wonder if he's related to cranky Simon Cowell.
Even though "Six Feet Under" still hasn't gathered as much steam as it has in the past two seasons, it's still the best drama on television today. The acting is superb and the premise brilliant.