Six Feet Under

I'm Sorry, I'm Lost

Season 3, Ep 13, Aired 6/1/03
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  • Episode Description
  • Anahid Hovanessian 1951-2003 Ruth and George are getting married. When they announce to the Fisher family, there are mixed emotions. Nate is completely against it, David feels like it's inconsiderate considering Lisa's disappearance, and Clare thinks they barely know each other. Ruth doesn't care, she just wants to be happy and wants her children to be a part of it, but will continue even if they don't. Nate is drinking more often, and it's starting to effect the business. He also leaves Maya alone at night. Federico, in his frustration from home, accepts an invitation to a strip club. It's his first time to ever go to one. He gets a bit inebriated and flirts with one of the dancers, who later gives Federico a bit of enjoyment in his car. Nathaniel, Sr. visits Claire and takes her on a trip to the afterlife, which is guised as a park amusement park. She sees people that she has loved and lost, like Gabe Dimas, her baby, and Lisa. Her trip to the afterlife seems to resolve some issues for Claire. David also has a visit from his father. In his, his father convinces him to call Keith and try to make a go of it. David also seems to resolves some of his issues. Ruth and George get married at the house and have a nice reception. Everyone but Nate attends. He finally receives a phone call that he was not looking forward to. The police have found Lisa's body. In his fragile state, Nate goes to a local bar and gets himself beat up. On his drive home, he starts to see his father in the car with him, then Lisa. They both start talking to him about committing suicide. Instead, he ends up at Brenda's. Lisa Kimmel Fisher 1967-2003moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Peter Krause

    Nate Fisher

  • Mathew St. Patrick

    Keith Charles

  • Frances Conroy

    Ruth Fisher

  • Lauren Ambrose

    Claire Fisher

  • Freddy Rodriguez

    Federico Diaz

  • Fan Reviews (7)
  • Season 3 Finale

    By Canogaparkcindy, Jun 02, 2011

  • Excellent finale, very depressing.

    By PabloExobar, Jul 16, 2008

  • This is just too much.

    By butlers, Jun 21, 2005

  • A brilliant, emotional and humorous finale.

    By stewie1423, Apr 05, 2008

  • it didnt really crush me like it used to,but it was a fine episode anyway.significantly the darkest one of the season.

    By fallenepitaph, Jul 15, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (5)

    • Nathaniel Sr: You're looking for me? Claire: Yeah, where the fuck is your grave?

    • Claire (Seeing Gabriel): He's dead? Nathaniel Sr.: Don't ask me, this is your thing.

    • Nathaniel Sr.: How's life? Claire: How's death?

    • David (Recalling how he met Keith): You looked so intense, the way you pointed your alarm thingy at your car. Like, "Fuck you, car! Now you're locked."

    • David: I felt so free, for a week. But then all of a sudden withing days I went from, "Yay, I'm independent," to "Holy fuck, I'm gonna die alone."

    Notes (6)

    • Brazil title: "Desculpe, Estou Perdido" ("Sorry, I am Lost")

    • The song playing in Nate's car is "Climbatize" by "The Prodigy"

    • The song playing in the bar during the fight is "Radar Love" by "Golden Earring".

    • Nate is watching "Babe" while talking to George; James Cromwell played the lead role in the movie.

    • Before this episode aired, it was advertised as "I'm Sorry, I'm..."

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    Allusions (1)

    • Claire: I'm Sorry, I'm Lost
      In his audio commentary for 3.13, Alan Ball stated the title came from a cut scene from the episode where Claire goes into a flower shop and sees all white and a man in a seersucker suit playing music on a grand piano. The scene was cut from production and cannot be found on the Season 3 DVD.

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