terça-feira, agosto 02, 2005

oh my gos, they killed nate 

[Um canal diferente dos outros generalistas, é como se pode encarar A Dois. Mas ao terminar uma das temporadas da série norte-americana, Sete Palmos de Terra, e não continuarem falharam. Nada que esteja de perto nem de longe da bodega que SIC e RTP têm feito a séries fantásticas. Por falar nisso, no passado fim-de-semana a SIC voltou a mudar o horário das Desperate Housewives.]

'Six Feet Under' Kills Off Nate Fisher
LOS ANGELES - Nate Fisher, the reluctant mortuary owner in HBO's "Six Feet Under," will be making personal use of the family business.
Played in the drama series by Peter Krause, Nate died Sunday after suffering a brain hemorrhage. The ending was a shocker for Nate's relatives as well as viewers — earlier in the episode, doctors had offered reassurances he would survive.

Initially in a coma, Nate had recovered enough to be able to tell his pregnant wife, Brenda (Rachel Griffiths), that he had decided to leave their troubled marriage.
Later, while brother David (Michael C. Hall) is visiting with him at the hospital, both fall asleep and share a dream that they're on a surfing trip with their late dad. When David awakens, he finds Nate has died.
The same brain condition that led to Nate's death, identified in the series as an arteriovenous malformation, had been diagnosed once before in a past episode and treated with surgery. This time, Nate wasn't so lucky.
His fate may have been hinted at in a preseason online HBO interview with executive producer Alan Poul, in which Poul said the there would be "darker turns for some people and lighter turns for others" as the series' fifth and final season. There are three episodes left.
In preview scenes from next week's episode, the Fishers were seen quarreling over services for Nate. It's likely Nate himself may have something to say — "Six Feet Under" has made a practice of bringing the dead back for a word or two.


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