Bored to Death (2009–2011)
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I Keep Taking Baths Like Lady Macbeth 

Ray wonders if he should break off his torrid affair with Belinda now that Leah has invited him back to bed. George refuses to talk to Jonathan, but they do go to friendship counseling. To ... See full summary »

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Jonathan Ames
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Ray Hueston
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George Christopher
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Leah
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Louis Greene
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Josephine
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Lori
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Belinda
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Richard Antrem
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Howard Baker
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Sylvie
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Ray wonders if he should break off his torrid affair with Belinda now that Leah has invited him back to bed. George refuses to talk to Jonathan, but they do go to friendship counseling. To get back into George's good graces, Jonathan investigates Richard's claim that his restaurant's produce comes from within 50 miles; he gets help from Ray, who plays his jail brotherhood card with Louis with unexpected success. George, preparing for a singing role in a Yale Club review, finds his voice teacher irresistible. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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7 November 2011 (USA)  »

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Wilhelm scream: can be heard during the supermarket chase (at around 23 mins) when a bystander jumps aside to avoid the shopping cart. See more »

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A Thousand Boys
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Performed by Matt Duncan
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