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Ashes to Ashes 

Ben's mother and grandmother stop by the Work Bench for some supplies for their family reunion. However, things go sour when his grandmother accuses Sam of being evil and calls him Diablo, ... See full summary »

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Bert 'Sock' Wysocki
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Ben Gonzalez
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Andi Prendergast
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The Devil
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Mr. Oliver
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Josie (credit only)
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Ted Gallagher (credit only)
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Ben's Grandmother
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Mimi
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Mr. Negly
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Cady Hanson
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Mrs. Lambon (as Marci House)
Michael Robinson ...
Male Mourner
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Cashier
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Ben's mother and grandmother stop by the Work Bench for some supplies for their family reunion. However, things go sour when his grandmother accuses Sam of being evil and calls him Diablo, the Spanish word for devil. Meanwhile, Sam meets a mysterious woman named Mimi, who claims to have been the Devil's girlfriend for over 20 years, and he wonders whether her daughter is the Devil's daughter or not. Written by Anonymous

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In several shots of the montage of the guys collecting ashes, the bags of cement mix used to simulate the ashes are visible in the trunk of the car. See more »

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References Highlander II: The Quickening (1991) See more »

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