Being a single guy, reclusive in nature, this was a harrowing episode for me and how they dealt with the opening death of the woman who lived alone and didn't have anyone at her funeral. The concept is awfully sad to me. The rest of the episode was okay. Loved Brenda's reaction after getting back home from being "an observer". The marriage proposal came out of left field. Her typed sentences were a hoot. Don't really know why Nate won't tell her of his AVM condition. Claire bothers me, still. She's always over-reacting to any little thing that doesn't fit her worldview. The sexual tension part with her counsellor was stoically funny, though. Poor David, he got used like he tried to use Keith last season. I don't trust that new guy that David is going out with. He sets up my creep-o-meter. Frederico is going to have a meltdown soon (the previews didn't help the situation). Ruth cracks me up with the whole house-building life plan of hers. Loved the call to Hiram (though I found it funny because Ed Begley Jr. is now on the new ABC show, Wednesday 9:30 (8:30 central)). This show keeps surprising me week after week.