Why is six feet under so damn funny?
It's my favourite programme ever and I've spent the past month (since it was bought for me for christmas) glued to episode after episode every night before I go to bed.
Thing is, fuck loads of people die. My guess is that this appeals because it kinda removes the fear of death by making it a more ordinary occurence. However, people being torn in half by moving lifts should
n't really be light-heartedly received..surely?
I also find all the central characters either exceptionally arousing, amusing or inspiring.
And the last episode of season 4? I'm bloody gobsmacked.
Just have to wait until April now to see the last series.
twiddles thumbs until April