Joan of Arcadia: Season 1, Episode 7

Death Be Not Whatever (7 Nov. 2003)

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God asks Joan to be on the lookout for people needing help and she ends up babysitting for an overstressed waitress struggling with her job, a death obsessed child and night-school. ... See full summary »

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God asks Joan to be on the lookout for people needing help and she ends up babysitting for an overstressed waitress struggling with her job, a death obsessed child and night-school. Meanwhile Will is dealing with the fall-out from a possible case of police brutality and Helen talks to a priest about grieving. Kevin hears about the police brutality/racism issues at work and Joan learns why Adam hates November. Written by Havan Ironoak

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Rose Ranger wrote and performed the song "I Will" on this episode. See more »

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Cute Boy God: Remember me?
Joan Girardi: Why all the familiar looks? Doing the greatest hits, or are you getting a little pleased with yourself?
Cute Boy God: You see me the way you want to see me, Joan. Like right now, you're mad at me... maybe you feel safer being mad at me when I look like this.
Joan Girardi: You have a lot to answer for, buddy! No one asks to be born!... So we all get to die, and then everyone we love dies?
Cute Boy God: Yeah.
Joan Girardi: And... and that's good for you?
Cute Boy God: Joan, there's nothing about death that I can say that would make sense to you.
Joan Girardi: A lot ...
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References The Godfather (1972) See more »

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Blessed to Be a Witness
Written and Performed by Ben Harper
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