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Nate Fisher Jr.
Lisa Kimmel Fisher
Nathaniel Fisher Sr.
Right after the opening credits are over, you'll be hooked, and stunned, and strapped in for another amazing ride.
I'll admit it -- last year I was concerned about Six Feet Under. This year, however, it's back to being this incredible, metaphysically physical show about life, and mostly death.
Yes. Six Feet Under has been intellectualized, dissected to death and praised to the stars for its superior writing and emotional depth, all rightly so. But call it what it is -- a good soap. A great one.
There's anger, manipulation and jealousy bubbling under in nearly every situation and it's a tribute to these actors that they carry it all off so thoroughly.
What's remarkable about Six Feet Under is that, in spite of the unwillingness to let more than a few beams of light filter through the eternally drawn blinds, it merits watching.
Aside from the audacity and its utterly undeniable addictive quality, it never was good TV. It's just a whacked-out, wickedly clever nighttime version of a daytime soap... It is a lot of nothing, though at least it's well-wrought nothing.
While other dramas are stuck in ruts of repetition or take predictable paths, Six Feet Under digs deeper and returns at the top of its game.
There's something fascinating, even thrilling, about the defiant unlovability of these characters. Which is why you end up loving them despite themselves.
Six Feet Under jettisons much of its quirky humor, becoming increasingly erratic, morbid and terrifying, an entropic drift dragging the characters apart even as they walk along together, one foot in the grave.
Though not without its flaws, [The Opening] is another strong episode that shows how well Six Feet Under dealt with very real issues that often get swept under the rug, especially in an effort to preserve a relationship.
Audience Reviews for Six Feet Under: Season 3
Sep 25, 2015Season 3 was a bit slow. We see a lot of heartbreaks as the Fischer family had to adjust to their new situations as well as various characters are all having issues waiting to be resolved. The hallucination were actually really interesting this time round.Sylvester K Super Reviewer
Sep 14, 2019One of the most emotional experiences on Television. This season is perfect and is the moment it cemented itself as one of the best.
Aug 28, 2016continues to be great
Oct 11, 2014Season finale is great. 4rth best season of SFU
Jul 26, 20146.5/10 Weakest season
Feb 18, 2014Slightly lesser season (only cause the novelty was running out).