Dead Like Me (2003–2004)
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Dead Girl Walking 

George is still dealing with her transition, sneaking home at night, shirking her reaping duties and meeting Brendan's parents. Reggie is also having some difficulty, and starts lying and ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Sheila Moore
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John Moore
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Claire
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J. P. Davis
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Storyline

George is still dealing with her transition, sneaking home at night, shirking her reaping duties and meeting Brendan's parents. Reggie is also having some difficulty, and starts lying and stealing toilet seats. Mason comes up with a new scheme to gather money, and Roxy is not very appreciative. Betty gets stuck chaperoning George. Eventually, George learns just how important being a reaper is. Written by kamas716

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Comedy | Drama | Fantasy

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4 July 2003 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

Ellen Muth's name that she goes by at Happy Time is 'Mildred' of which Delores asks if she can call her 'Millie'. This is a reference to the Piers Anthony character in his 'Xanth' series of books, Millie the Ghost. The premise of the show was also inspired by the Piers Anthony book based in the same world entitled 'On a Pale Horse'. See more »

Goofs

The show is set in Washington State (the University of Washington is mentioned in the pilot, and American flags, American money and other such markers are clearly visible in several episodes throughout the series). However, in the scene where Rube and George are walking beside the train, you can clearly see the word 'CANADA' and other markings indicating that it is a train operated by VIA Rail, Canada's passenger rail company. Specifically, it is the distinctive refurbished Canadian Pacific train known as "The Canadian", which travels three times per week between Vancouver and Toronto. See more »

Quotes

[revealing sidearm to a hostile man]
Roxy: Sir, I'm gonna say this as politely as possible: I will fuck you up.
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Connections

References Star Trek (1966) See more »

Soundtracks

Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)
Written by the Jay Livingston and Ray Evans
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