‘Wonderfals’ to flow into ‘Pushing Daisies’

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For fellow fans of the wonderful “Wonderfalls” — yet another series the impatient Fox canceled after four episodes (but which lives on DVD with all 13!) — there’s reason for joy. Creator Bryan Fuller now crafts “Pushing Daisies” for ABC, and he says in a recent interview that he’s put together an episode of “Daisies” this season that intersects with the characters and storyline of “Wonderfalls”:

Q. Now you had “Wonderfalls” on Fox for a short period of time before it got abruptly cancelled, but you gained “Pushing Daisies.” It must be a bit of a bittersweet feeling.

A. Very bittersweet because I loved [“Wonderfalls”] and the cast. So much so, that I had to do a “Wonderfalls” crossover in this season of “Pushing Daisies.” That happens in episode eight of the second season and I’m really excited about it.

Here’s a “Wonderfalls” clip — the introduction between Jaye and Eric — so you can bask in a sliver of its greatness …

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