Being Human (2011–2014)
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I Want You Back (From the Dead) 

Aidan watches Bernie die twice; Sally re-connects with an old acquaintance; Josh takes the next step with Nora.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Aidan Waite
Rebecca Flynt
Nora Sergeant
Bernie Lanham
Cindy Lanham
Nick Fenn
James Bishop
Charles Bender ...
Dr. Travis Reed
Steffi Hagel ...
Park Girl
Elliott Larson ...
Bully #1 (as Elliot Larson)
Bully #2 (as Ryan Antel)
Kim Tyo ...
Blond Female


Aidan watches Bernie die twice; Sally re-connects with an old acquaintance; Josh takes the next step with Nora.

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Drama | Fantasy | Horror







Release Date:

14 March 2011 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


As Aidan is walking toward the bodies of the two bullies, he walks past a school bus with a STOP sign that reads, ARRET, as it should say in Montreal, but not in Boston. See more »


Sally Malik: It's weird.
Josh Levison: You're a ghost taking to a werewolf making an egg salad sandwich. I no longer compute what's weird.
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References Dead Poets Society (1989) See more »

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I cried like a little girl
20 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

I've now spent the last three days watching three episodes of "Being Human" per day, and I'm hooked. I think that every episode so far has been good or great but this one was just... wow.

If Sam Witwer does not become a great star in either a more popular TV- show or in movies I will tear my own genitals off. He acts the s**t out of his character, and even though both Rath and Huntington does good jobs as Josh and Sally, Aidan is just the show-stealer.

And this episode is just another demonstration of that. I will not spoil anything, but as the headline suggests, this is a heartbreaking one. The only negative thing I can say is that I maybe wanted a bit more bromance between Josh and Aidan at the end of the episode, bit I'll let it slide. If this show does not get MUCH worse during the next two seasons then there is no way on earth that I will ever understand why it only has a 6,8 rating here on IMDb.

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