George finds out that her mother was in Happy Time looking for her file. Rube goes to see his daughter after receiving upsetting news from Penny. Ray continues to cause problems even after ... See full summary »

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George finds out that her mother was in Happy Time looking for her file. Rube goes to see his daughter after receiving upsetting news from Penny. Ray continues to cause problems even after his death and Mason runs into a bit of trouble with Kiffany. Written by Anonymous

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If on Halloween, everyone can see reapers in their true form, why when all of the group were in Der Waffle House, why didn't Kiffany say, "Who are you people?" since they would have looked nothing like the group as she knows them. Also when George was with Mason in Happy Times, why did George need to wear a mask, but Mason didn't in front of Crystal? Crustal had seen Mason before whey they were transcribing all the last thoughts of the deceased previous to that time. See more »

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Georgia 'George' Lass: Who the fuck are you calling insolent?
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References A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) See more »

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Unusually Poignant Showcase for Mandy Patinkin
23 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I own this DVD set of "Dead Like Me", Season 2, and I especially love this episode, "Always." Yardley Smith (the voice of Lisa Simpson) is a guest star, and she's just as adorable as Lisa Simpson. She stops by the restaurant to give Rube (Mandy Patinkin) a note. As she's leaving, she tells Roxy why and what's in the note. Rube visits his daughter and sings "Always." While I've never been one to cry (I'm no sissy girl), this one is so touching. Mandy Patinkin is excellent here and shows his theatrical ability to sing beautifully. They also let Rube show tenderness, and drop his usual callous character for a change. "Dead Like Me" really is a strange, sometimes twisted, and almost always funny series. This one episode takes a different turn. It's excellent.


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