Now this was a return to form for Six Feet Under's previous pedrigree of entertaining episodes. Loved the "Dump" truck. Loved the "Joe's point of view" camera work. Nate's bad timing interrupted some kinky play between Brenda and Joe. Loved David's passive-aggressive answer machine message when showing his disgust at Keith for not outing himself at his new security job. Brenda and Joe having dinner with her mom and Olivier was a fun scene. Her mother really knows how to push Brenda's buttons. Please get rid of Russell...soon... Peter Facinelli makes an appearance as a guy that the newly empowered Claire picks up and later attempts to get to know better, but that rendevous ends up with little follow through. I'm not digging Ruth becoming so shrill, but the visit with her long lost step-son was amusing. Rico might actually be getting a clue. David has to face Jennifer after her father dies from being struck by lightning, and she takes the opportunity to lash out at him for being the love of her life and being gay. They replaced the original Jennifer with the actress that played Danny's wife on "Boston Public" (and now with brunette hair color). Nate chases a dog from the park and is led to a psychic whose cryptic utterances lead him to think that his wife Lisa might still be alive. Lisa's sister thinks Nate has lost it after sharing this information with her.