Dead Like Me: Season 2, Episode 1

Send in the Clown (25 Jul. 2004)

TV Episode  |  TV-MA  |   |  Comedy, Drama, Fantasy
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George falls for the cute guy she's assigned to train at Happy Time, much to Delores' chagrin. Mason's reap at a children's birthday party turns out to be his worst experience ever.

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George falls for the cute guy she's assigned to train at Happy Time, much to Delores' chagrin. Mason's reap at a children's birthday party turns out to be his worst experience ever.

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A scene with a group of Metermaids (featuring secondary character "Roxy") is a direct spoof of the opening Roll Call scenes from Hill Street Blues (1981), down to the style of camera work, a balding cop running the meeting (finishing it with Hill Street Blues' Character Phil Esterhaus's signature line "be careful out there"), and finishing with the meter maid mini-trucks leaving the station and the squad cars from Hill Street Blues (while the Hill Street Blues theme plays in the background). See more »

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Rube refers to Bacchus and Neptune as "Greek Gods" - in fact, they're Roman (the Greek equivalents being Dionysus and Poseidon), which Rube (being well-read enough to mention them in the first place) should know. See more »

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Daisy Adair: These are all at the Farmer's Market in exactly 27 minutes. I smell a disaster.
Mason: No, five deaths is not a disaster.
George: How many deaths is a disaster?
Mason: More than five. Five's bullshit.
George: How many?
Mason: 16-20 is a disaster. 21 and up: catastrophe. 8-15 is a calamity.
Rube Sofer: Seven and under?
Mason: That's a crying shame.
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