Black humour done with subtlety will get you every time. It’s so easy to be cheap and so easy to be tastelessly brutal, but Six Feet Under is like that odd waltz you heard at a family party that seemed too blurry even at the time. And your aunt said that you can dance a slow dance to it. Or, alternatively, you can dance a fast dance. To the same piece of music. Six Feet Under is like that.