Beth Harper, after an accident, thinks she is channeling God.
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Series cast summary:
Anne Heche ...  Beth Harper 8 episodes, 2013
Michael Landes ...  Tom / ... 8 episodes, 2013
Alexandra Breckenridge ...  Carly McKenna 8 episodes, 2013
Madison Davenport ...  Emily Harper 8 episodes, 2013
Heather Burns ...  Jenna Dennings 8 episodes, 2013
Diedrich Bader ...  Elliot Tompkins 7 episodes, 2013
Joy Osmanski ...  Maggie Tompkins 7 episodes, 2013
Stephen Schneider ...  Pete Dennings 7 episodes, 2013
Jeffrey Wadlington Jeffrey Wadlington ...  Pizza CHef 7 episodes, 2013
Brianne Tju ...  Riley 3 episodes, 2013
Mark Parrish ...  Pizza Chef 3 episodes, 2013
Jessica Lundy ...  Victoria 2 episodes, 2013
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Beth Harper, after an accident, thinks she is channeling God.

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God only knows what's gotten into her..

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A theological Scrubs
30 May 2013 | by revdon47See all my reviews

I've watched 3 episodes and am a fan. I was skeptical at first but this is a well written, smart, funny show. It reminds me very much of Scrubs from a few years back. The characters are very representative of our post-modern, secular culture. Woven through the irreverent dialog are some very good moral, ethical messages. Anne Heche as the main character Beth who has found God following a traumatic event is comically representative of the modern new believer. Theologically and doctrinally naive she is unabashed in her belief unlike the only other professed believer in the cast who largely sublimates her beliefs in the face of her skeptical peers unbelief. Save Me is a bold entry in the sitcom landscape that has seemed to venerate themes that in prior years would have been considered socially unacceptable. ironically, talking about God in media has become counter cultural. save Me is making it cool again. Give it a shot. You just might be pleasantly surprised.


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