Bored to Death (2009–2011)
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Super Ray Is Mortal! 

With the help of Officer Drake, Ray and Jonathan piece together leads to track down the mad stalker who imperils Ray on the eve of the Brooklyn Comic Con. George decides to make a stand at ... See full summary »

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With the help of Officer Drake, Ray and Jonathan piece together leads to track down the mad stalker who imperils Ray on the eve of the Brooklyn Comic Con. George decides to make a stand at work. Jonathan has another battle with nemesis Louis Greene. Written by HBO Publicity

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Several real-life cartoonists appear as extras in the Comic-Con scenes including Dean Haspiel, the real-life inspiration for the character of Ray who also draws all of the in-show comic art. See more »

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Full of Surprises
14 November 2010 | by (Calgary Canada) – See all my reviews

*****Spoilers***** This episode was by far the best so far, the acting was some of the best I've seen so far, specifically from Ted Danson tonight. There were quite a few shocks to be had, being the season finale and all. Ray's stalker was creepy and weird, the humor was quirky and I was rolling on the floor when they revealed what was underneath the Ray dolls clothes...

Perhaps the most shocking scene was the end, after Ray had been stabbed, the scene with Leah and Ray was both funny and touching.

Overall tonight's episode was the best I've seen yet, sad, surprising, heartwarming and hilarious, it was a diverse episode with some of the best acting I've seen all year.

Bored to death will continue to be my favorite TV series and I can't wait for Season 3 to premiere next year.


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