Dead Like Me: Season 1, Episode 9

Sunday Mornings (22 Aug. 2003)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Comedy, Drama, Fantasy
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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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Position of homeless guy behind Roxy. 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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