The Black Forest
Season 4, Episode 10
First Aired August 22, 2004
Episode Guide
"Grinding the Corn"
"Bomb Shelter"

"The Black Forest" is the tenth episode of the fourth season of Six Feet Under. It was written by Jill Soloway & Craig Wright, directed by Peter Care and first aired on August 22, 2004.


Nate gives Maya 'one last look' at a memorial for Lisa, where some surprise discoveries ensue.



Main Cast

Guest Starring

Also Guest Starring



Robert Duanne Wething (1958 - 2004)

Wething, Robert Duane - 45, son of Kenneth and Nadine Wething of Houston, TX, was born on Aug. 6, 1958. He died Mar. 27, 2004.

Robert graduated from Houston High School in 1976 and worked for several years in the trucking business before settling in California where he met his wife, Suzanne. For the last 16 years, he worked as a mechanic at Phoenix Auto Body and was known by his friends there as "Double Trouble."

Surviving are his wife, Suzanne, and three daughters, Paige (11), Alexandra (8) and Hallie (5) of Hollywood; his parents of Houston; two sisters, Lexie (Searcey) and Kimberly of Houston; and one brother, Steve of Licking, TX.

Services are 2 p.m. Tuesday, Mar. 30, at the Fisher & Diaz Funeral Home, 2302 W. 25th St., LA.


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"