Timing & Space
Season 3, Episode 7
First Aired April 13, 2003
Episode Guide
"Making Love Work"
"Tears, Bones and Desire"

"Timing & Space" is the seventh episode of the third season of Six Feet Under. It was written by Craig Wright, directed by Nicole Holofcener and first aired on April 13, 2003.


David and Keith (reluctantly) play 'Leading Ladies' at a brunch with members of the Gay Men's Chorus.



Main Cast

Guest Starring

Also Guest Starring



Bernard Asa Chenowith (1939-2003)

Dr. Bernard Chenowith, Noted Psychiatrist, 65, Dies

Bernard Chenowith, long a fixture in the Los Angeles psychiatric community, died at Cedars-Sinai Hospital early Tuesday morning after a months-long battle with stomach cancer.

A native Californian, Chenowith was born in 1939 in Davis. He studied psychology as an undergraduate at University of California-Berkeley, and then earned his Doctorate in Psychiatric Studies at Stanford University. As a research fellow at Stanford, he led several pioneering studies in the pharmaceutical treatment of many psychiatric disorders and was instrumental in the fight to discontinue insulin-shock therapy in the treatment of schizophrenia.

Chenowith made headlines in the late 1960's, along with his wife and colleague Margaret Chenowith, when they agreed to let their daughter be the subject of a number of groundbreaking studies performed by the controversial Gareth Feinberg, resulting in the publication of "Charlotte, Light and Dark," a cult favorite of teenage girls for the past three decades. Recently Chenowith and his wife moved into the entertainment industry as psychiatric story consultants to many major Hollywood producers.

Chenowith is survived by his wife Margaret, and two children, Brenda and William. Memorials should be made to The Nature Conservancy, PETA, and Hadassah.


Song Title Performer(s)
Come Home Angel Dan Wilson


Season Three
#301 "Perfect Circles" #308 "Tears, Bones and Desire"
#302 "You Never Know" #309 "The Opening"
#303 "The Eye Inside" #310 "Everyone Leaves"
#304 "Nobody Sleeps" #311 "Death Works Overtime"
#305 "The Trap" #312 "Twilight"
#306 "Making Love Work" #313 "I'm Sorry, I'm Lost"
#307 "Timing & Space"