Sam, Ben, and Sock must hunt an escaped soul, in the form of a seductive woman, who uses insects to kill the people living at an apartment complex. Meanwhile, Sam is crushed when Andi meets... See full summary »

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Sam, Ben, and Sock must hunt an escaped soul, in the form of a seductive woman, who uses insects to kill the people living at an apartment complex. Meanwhile, Sam is crushed when Andi meets a new guy who encourages her to go back to college full-time and quit her job at the Work Bench. Written by Anonymous

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Ted: I see a spark of the old me in you, you know that?
Sam Oliver: Please don't say that, Ted.
Ted: And that's why I am prepared to promote you to assistant manager of the plumbing department. What do you think of that, if that happens?
Sam Oliver: I think I want to stab myself.
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The Perfect Crime #2
Performed by The Decemberists
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Sam bugs out about his future in episode three.
7 January 2013 | by (Edinburgh.) – See all my reviews

Jeff Vlaming is the man writing this episode (after the first two from co-creators Michel Fazekas and Tara Butters) and he keeps everything exactly as it should be for the show, as does director Mike Rohl. In fact, there were quite a few lines in the script that had me laughing out loud.

Sam (Bret Harrison) is very hungry. Why? Because every time he tries to eat something he finds a bug in his mouth. This is a way of telling him that the latest soul he must capture and return to Hell has a way with bugs. 'Sock' (Tyler Labine) really doesn't like certain insects, with good reason. He's allergic to bee stings. Meanwhile Andi (Missy Peregrym) is considering a return to college, Ted (Donavon Stinson) offers Sam an unattractive future role in the plumbing department and Ben (Rick Gonzalez) once again helps with the bounty hunting.

Reaper gets more and more fun with each episode. It's great to see the devil (Ray Wise) trying to get Sam to snap out of his rut and make changes in his life. And, hey, he's not all bad . . . . . . . as viewers see by the end of this episode.

It's entertaining to watch Sam chasing down souls that need to be returned to Hell but it's almost more entertaining to see how he's learning and growing with each episode. The show more than makes up for in character what it lacks in tension and this episode marks a turning point for Sam. Perhaps a minor turning point, but a turning point nonetheless.


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