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Episode 179 – Pushing Daisies

We’re taking a look at Pushing Daisies, Bryan Fuller’s 2006 show about a piemaker who can return people from the dead.

We’re taking a look at Pushing Daisies, Bryan Fuller’s 2006 show about a piemaker who can return people from the dead. Join us as we discuss noir, queer narratives, and just how handsome Lee Pace is.

Some Sources You Might Find Interesting:

A Guide to Film Noir Genre by Roger Ebert

 It Took Bryan Fuller 14 Years to Get a Clearly Gay Character on TV by Daniel Reynolds

10 Years Later, Bryan Fuller Would Drop Everything to Make More Pushing Daisies by Jennifer Still

“Nobody Loves a Fat Man”: Masculinity and Food in Film Noir by Christopher E. Forth

Pushing Daisies used quirkiness to bridge time and queer history by Kyle Turner

Pushing Daisies Away: Community Through Isolation by Matt Dauphin

Consuming Grief and Eating Pie by Laura Anh Williams

Queer Time: The Alternative to “Adulting” by Sara Jaffe

“Neophobic Ned Needs Neotony”: Neuroses and Child’s Play by Ann-gee Lee

Fashion, Femininity, and the 1950s: Costume and Identity Negotiation in Pushing Daisies by Alissa Burger

Sweet Talk in the Pie Hole: Language, Intimacy, and Public Space by Tara K. Parmiter

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