Grinding the Corn
Season 4, Episode 9
First Aired August 15, 2004
Episode Guide
"Coming and Going"
"The Black Forest"

"Grinding the Corn" is the ninth episode of the fourth season of Six Feet Under. It was written by Rick Cleveland, written by Alan Caso and first aired on August 15, 2004.


Ruth and Bettina take a road trip to Mexico, leaving the men of Fisher & Diaz to some male bonding.



Main Cast

Guest Starring

Also Guest Starring



Lawrence Tuttle (1969 - 2004)

Lawrence Tuttle owned a valuable collection of limited edition comics, graphic novels and rare, original artwork. He was deeply respected by his colleagues for his commitment to the preservation of comics, as well as his sophisticated taste in the art form and his extensive knowledge in comics and Science Fiction. His favorite character was Hawkeye, AKA Clinton Francis Barton, an under-appreciated Marvel character.

His coworkers at Hi-De-Ho Comics and his fellow members of the West Co Blue Twister Society are planning a private memorial ceremony before the Los Angeles Comic Book and Science Fiction Convention in May.

Viewing for the public at 3p.m. on Saturday, March 13 at Fisher & Diaz 2302 W. 25th Street in Los Angeles. Private burial to follow.


Song Title Performer(s)
Somebody Told Me The Killers
Viva la Vida Trio Marimberos


Season Four
#401 "Falling into Place" #407 "The Dare"
#402 "In Case of Rapture" #408 "Coming and Going"
#403 "Parallel Play" #409 "Grinding the Corn"
#404 "Can I Come Up Now?" #410 "The Black Forest"
#405 "That's My Dog" #411 "Bomb Shelter"
#406 "Terror Starts at Home" #412 "Untitled"