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Dead Like Me 2 Seasons

Season 1
4.5 out of 5 stars (1,770) IMDb 8.2/10

Dead Like Me centers on a disaffected young woman who is suddenly killed when a piece of the MIR space station hurtles to Earth and hits her in the head.

Ellen Muth, Rebecca Gayheart

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Season 1
1. Pilot
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George is an 18 year-old college dropout with no real skills, no interests and no motivation. Her life is built around cynicism that infuriates her family and anyone else who comes into contact with her.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 1 hour, 13 minutes Release date: June 27, 2003
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2. Dead Girl Walking

George suffers reaper's remorse and tries to quit her new job only to find there are consequences when she shirks her reaper duties.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: July 5, 2003
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3. Curious George

George breaks a cardinal rule, and attempts to make contact with her mother.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: July 11, 2003
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4. Reapercussions

George finds a loophole in the Reaper rules and decides to "spare" her next mark, but quickly learns that if you flip-off Fate, Fate flings it right back in your face ten-fold.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: July 18, 2003
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5. Reaping Havoc

George mistakenly pops the wrong soul, and all hell breaks loose when Betty decides to piggy-back on a soul and cross over.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: July 25, 2003
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6. My Room

In order to teach George a lesson about taking her role as a grim reaper more seriously, Rube sends her on a difficult mission.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 1, 2003
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7. Reaper Madness

George finds herself in a strange and potentially romantic relationship with a man who can see gravelings while Rube helps Yvonne adapt to life in the new millennium and cope with the fallout of her years of deep sea imprisonment.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 8, 2003
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8. A Cook

George gets a pet and Rube takes a shift on the grill at Der Waffle Haus.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 15, 2003
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9. Sunday Mornings

George makes a new friend and discovers her dad is not the person she thought he was.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 22, 2003
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10. Business Unfinished

Fed up with her low-paying job, George is vulnerable to a scam cooked up by Daisy and Mason to extort money from the rich son of a woman whose soul will not cross over.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 29, 2003
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11. The Big Bicycle Thief

After George informs Delores that she's found another higher-paying job and will be leaving Happy Time, a bereft Delores organizes a going away party,

TV-NR CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: September 5, 2003
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12. Night Hawks

Unable to sleep and reflecting on her life (and afterlife), George heads to the Waffle Haus where she finds the reapers filling out evaluations under Rube's watchful eye.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: September 12, 2003
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13. Vacation

When the Gravelings take the day off, our reapers are stuck cleaning up an ensuing filing fiasco.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: September 19, 2003
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14. Rest In Peace

The Lass family is preparing to visit George's gravesite, where her headstone is being set. Meanwhile, Rube pops the soul of a yoga teacher who, surprisingly, can't wait to embrace the great beyond.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: October 21, 2003
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By Robert Moore HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 15, 2004
Format: DVD
July 2007 Update!!!!!! There is going to be a movie! Shooting has either wrapped up or is close to wrapping up. Star Ellen Muth goes so far as to hint that that a renewal of the series might be possible. Details are still forthcoming and apart from the movie (and I'm sorry, I don't know if this is a TV, a direct-to-DVD, or theatrical release) nothing definite is known about the chances of the series being revived, but this is definitely good news. There is some recasting. Mandy Patinkin, unfortunately, will not be back as Rube nor will Laura Harris as Daisy. It appears Rube's character is being replaced by a new head reaper, while a new actress will be playing Daisy. Otherwise all the other actors will be back. The rest of my review now appears as it was first written back in February 2004.

I would place DEAD LIKE ME on the shortest of short lists of the truly great television shows of the past decade and a half (that date referring to the debut of TWIN PEAKS and a more artistically serious form of television). Most television shows are unambitious affairs, either because of constraints from the networks or lack of creative talent at the top, but DEAD LIKE ME stands head and shoulders above the competition. It is not nearly as well as it deserves, primarily because it was a series that appeared on Showtime, which limited its exposure.

The television show begins--we learn later--with a toilet seat from the MIR space station rushing to fulfill its destiny on planet earth, namely to ignite into a ball of fire and strike eighteen-year-old Georgia "George" Lass, who is taking her lunch break on the first day of her temp assignment with the Happy Times Employment Agency.
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I am sure the people at Showtime knew what they were doing when they scheduled "Dead Like Me" to start when HBO's "Six Feet Under" was over, because the two shows are certainly complementary. However, while the deaths that begin each episode of "Six Feet Under" have their moments in terms of being rather weird (my favorite was the woman convinced it was the Rapture when she saw the a bunch of helium filled inflatable dolls floating away), they do not have the Rube Goldberg quality of what the gravelings can set in motion in "Dead Like Me."

The idea of the afterlife created by Bryan Fuller, who also created the similarly quirky Wonderfalls," is that right before you die you soul is taken from your body by a Grim Reaper. Although they are replete in the opening title sequence these are not Grim Reapers as in figures in black hood carrying scythes. In fact, they look like regular folk, although not the regular folk they were when they were alive now that they are a peculiar variety of undead. We learn the rules of the game along with young Georgia Lass (Ellen Muth), an 18-year-old sourpuss called George. Having decided to forego the college experience George has been sent out into the world to find a job and during lunch she is passed on the street by a strange man who touches her. We see a light passing from her to him and within seconds a toilet seat from a disintegrating Russian space station strikes her dead.

George is surprised to see herself looking at the big hole in the ground where she had been standing a moment ago and even more surprised to be informed that she is now a Grim Reaper. This task is done by Rube (Mandy Patinkin), who is in charge of a cadre of Reapers in this particular town.
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A friend once told me that he was creeped out whenever an episode of "The Twilight Zone" featured a ventriloquist's dummy. Those episodes never impressed me, but recently I got chills watching an old episode about a toy telephone.

You can never tell what's going to strike a chord and resonate with a particular person. "Dead Like Me" is not for everyone. Some people will hate it. Others just won't "get" it. It's too bad, really, because they're missing out on something truly wonderful.

18-year-old Georgia (George) Lass, deceased, has a new job: collector of souls of the newly departed--a grim reaper, if you prefer. She doesn't want to be a reaper. She doesn't know how to be a reaper. She gets on-the-job training. What she learns about, mostly, is life.

In life, George was too cool to care about anything. In death, she learns to care, in ways that are funny and sad together. The result is the most consistently moving television show I've ever seen. At the end of each episode, when the credits appear, I find myself shaking my head and muttering, "What a GREAT show!"

The language and some visuals are too harsh for young children. The show contains a lot of adult subject matter--no, not like cable porn--rather, like parents struggling over how to cope with an emotionally troubled 11-year-old daughter. Material for genuinely mature audiences. Very rare, that.

Not for everyone, but I couldn't recommend it more highly. What a GREAT show.
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By A Customer on May 21, 2004
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Really. It's one of the only shows I can watch over and over again; it never gets boring and never gets annoying. Each episode carries you from laughter to tears to contemplation, and I have never seen such fantastic acting. Even the minor characters give flawless performances, and the regular characters are nothing short of brilliant -- every single line is delivered just so, and you can't imagine anyone saying it better. All of the characters are given real personalities; their pasts, their lives and their dialogues are carefully-crafted. The characters (especially those who are dead) seem more real and more life-like than real people, and each show makes you think about life and death just a little bit differently than you did before. The direction and production are spotless -- colors are vibrant and intense, timing is perfect, and the picture quality and effects are always perfect for each scene. And, since each show is approximately 40 minutes, it's just enough to fit into your day, but you keep wanting more! Okay, so I'm raving, but this is genuinely my favorite show ever and I come away from every episode with the same "life, but intensified" feeling I get after watching My So-Called Life, or Almost Famous -- there are sad patches, and funny parts, but most of all you really think about life (the good parts and the bad), and it makes you want to live yours better.
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