If the first season of Pushing Daisies created a longing for better TV, the second part delivers on that promise, raising the series to new heights. Even the unfortunate cancellation cannot effect it, with each character getting an ending fitting of them without the last episode feeling rushed. This is the season were we finally get to see Olive Snook come out of her shell and figure out how to deal with her feelings for Ned. It's the season were Emerson Codd's past is peeled back one layer at a time. The aunts get many of their own plots and storylines.
Season two is just as much a gem as season one and a must-have if you've enjoyed the series.
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