Dead Like Me: Season 1, Episode 9

Sunday Mornings (22 Aug. 2003)

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George makes a new friend and discovers her dad is not the person she thought he was.

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George makes a new friend and discovers her dad is not the person she thought he was.

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Comedy | Drama | Fantasy

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The previous installment of this series was entitled "A Cook" after character Angus Cook (John Kapelos), a chef at Der Waffle House. The primary guest star of "Sunday Mornings" is actress A.J. Cook. See more »

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After Georgia and Charlotte leave, Mason and Daisy have a conversation about Charlotte. From shots in the hallway Mason is turned slightly away from the door with his tie in his jacket. In shots from inside the room Mason is turned toward the doorway with his tie hanging out of his jacket. See more »

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[Roxy puts a ticket on a drifter's truck]
Chuck: Take it back.
Roxy Harvey: Ticket's already been written. They don't go back.
Chuck: All right. Okay, then why don't you just shove those tickets where the sun don't shine, miss?
Roxy Harvey: Step aside, sir. As I told you yesterday, if you have a complaint, there's a system in place.
Chuck: Your system can suck my dick, miss. Okay? Now I ain't ever gonna pay those fucking tickets, so just take your tickets, put 'em in your fucking pocket and walk off.
Roxy Harvey: You need to step off.
Chuck: Step off? Step off?...
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