Mason and Daisy try to keep Ray's death a secret. Mason receives a purple post-it, possibly his final reap before moving on. Roxy investigates Ray's disappearance, questioning Daisy . ... See full summary »

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Joy Lass (credit only)
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Crystal Dahl ...
Crystal Smith / Crystal's Boyfriend
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J. Monteleone
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Brett
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Misty
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Claire
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Storyline

Mason and Daisy try to keep Ray's death a secret. Mason receives a purple post-it, possibly his final reap before moving on. Roxy investigates Ray's disappearance, questioning Daisy . George attends another going-away party at Happy Time. Reggie accidentally lets J.D. out, and searches for the dog. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Fantasy

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17 October 2004 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Like his former owner Quinn Todd (Maxine Miller) in the first season episode Dead Like Me: A Cook (2003), J.D. meets his fate in Dead Like Me: Last Call (2004)...struck by a car. See more »

Goofs

George tells the military school girl that one of the benefits of being dead is that she can drink as much tequila as she wants and not have a hangover. In an early episode, while Mason is sober, he says that one the benefits of being sober is not waking up with a hangover every morning. The "rules" aren't very consistent. See more »

Quotes

Rube Sofer: You hittin' the bottle already?
Mason: Coffee.
Rube Sofer: Irish?
Mason: I'm English.
Roxy Harvey: So, what's the deal with Daisy and this Ray guy? That dead and buried?
[Mason spits out his coffee, splashing Rube]
Rube Sofer: God damn it. This my favorite fuckin' pants. My shirt. What the fuck is the matter with you?
Mason: I'm terribly, terribly sorry.
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Connections

References Risky Business (1983) See more »

Soundtracks

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Written by Michèle Vice-Maslin (SESAC), Storm Lee (ASCAP), Marcus Brown (ASCAP)
Published by Even Sweetersongs (SESAC), Storm Lee Music (ASCAP) Marcus Brown Music (ASCAP)
Produced & Arranged by Michèle Vice-Maslin & Marcus Brown
Performed by Keely Hawkes
Courtesy of Sweetersongs
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