I loved the opening bit with the floating blow-up dolls, and the death of the woman who thought it was the rapture. Classic Six Feet Under. Claire's rediscovery of her art was done pretty well, and it'll be interesting to see how her character evolves, especially with the addition of Mena Suvari. Keith's job seems to be slightly less of a positive experience than he expected, but still interesting. David's blow job was a little upsetting, especially since it seemed he was getting back on track with Keith... hope we're not seeing a pattern (last season's stint with Patrick) Ruth and George continue to creep me out, and the revelation that George might not know EVERYTHING he says is a little interesting. Arthur seems really upset about Ruth, and the part with the name on the yogurt made me laugh. Brenda seems to trust next door neighbor guy, but his pushing seems to not have been the best move. I'm wondering where that'll go. Nate's inability to understand other people's rights to handle loss in their own way was a little upsetting to watch... and he's still obviously not over Lisa's death, not even close. The decision to quit wasn't bad... Rico is making a mistake with Infinity... sorry... ... I can't remember her name... sophie? Eh, it's Infinity... and she's bad news. Can't wait to see where they go with the next 11 episodes.