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Georgia 'George' Lass (Character)
from "Dead Like Me" (2003)

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Georgia L. Lass (1985 - 2003) struck and killed by... See more »
Alternate Names:
George Lass / UnGeorge / Young George


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  1. Dead Like Me: Life After Death (2009) (V) Played by Ellen Muth (as George Lass) / Maéva Nadon (as Young George)
    ... aka "Dead Like Me" - USA (TV title)
  1. "Dead Like Me"
        - Haunted (2004) TV episode, Played by Ellen Muth / Talia Ranger (as Young George)
        - Always (2004) TV episode, Played by Ellen Muth / Talia Ranger (as Young George)
        - Last Call (2004) TV episode, Played by Ellen Muth
        - Forget Me Not (2004) TV episode, Played by Ellen Muth / Talia Ranger (as Young George)
        - Ashes to Ashes (2004) TV episode, Played by Ellen Muth / Talia Ranger (as Young George)
          (24 more)
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  1. "Dead Like Me"
        - Nighthawks (2003) TV episode, Played by Talia Ranger (as Young George)

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From "Dead Like Me: Pilot (#1.1)" (2003)
George: [George was supposed to reap her first soul, a little girl] If you want her to die so bad, *you* do it!
Rube: [angrily] I can't, no one can except you. Death is non-transferable, she's *your* mark. Only you can do the deed.
George: Well then, barring any unforeseen accidents, I'd say she has another eighty years.
Rube: Yeah, well you believe me, that's eighty years she doesn't want.
George: What is that supposed to mean?
Rube: Her fate was sealed the moment she got onto that train. Her soul expired. You know what happens when you keep a soul around after its time?
George: No.
Rube: Same thing happens to milk. It spoils, goes bad, souls go bad in all kinds of ways.
George: But...
Rube: [continues to speak in quiet anger] If you're having trouble comprehending the severity of the situation, why don't you consult Webster's on the definition of bad? If you don't take her soul, it's going to wither and die and rot inside her. I've seen it happen. Do you wish to condemn her to that?
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