Kroehner Service International


Six Feet Under


I’d like to talk to you about the advantages of joining our family of death care facilities.

Despite its last episode being in 2005 (which is frighteningly close to being 20 years ago, somehow), Six Feet Under remains the last Amercican drama series that I was fully emotionally invested in. Don’t get me wrong, I like some other ones, but these lot really resonated with me. And while we’re on the subject of the last episode – what a finale. Effectively everyone dies. But not in a nuclear explosion or a massacre type way. Sorry. Spoilers.

Kroehner Service International are basically a funeral service conglomorate. Which I find very weird, but those things probably do exist. When the patriarch of the household dies (in the first episode), some bloke tries to convince both Nate and David to sell up to them. Obviously they don’t do that. Otherwise the show would’ve been a lot shorter.

There are many instances of designs for Fisher & Sons dotted around the internet, but the Kroehner lads don’t feature visually at any point, so in they go. I know. Do many people wear merch from a funeral home brand? I suppose we’ll find out.

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