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Reaper 2 Seasons 2009

Season 2
4.6 out of 5 stars (107) IMDb 7.9/10

Season 2 finds Sam wrestling with the recent discovery that he may be the son of the Devil. But Sam quickly learns that getting groomed to take over the "family business" comes with a whole new litany of headaches. Sam finds he's not the Devil's only son and that one in particular is hell-bent on taking Sam's place at the Devil's side.

Starring:
Bret Harrison, Tyler Labine

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Season 2

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1. Episode IV: A New Hope

Sam, Ben and Sock encounter a few surprises on a road trip.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: March 3, 2009
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2. Dirty Sexy Mongol

A demon takes an interest in Ben.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 10, 2009
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3. The Sweet Science

The Devil tells Sam he must send a prizefighter from the 50s back to hell.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 17, 2009
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4. The Favorite

Ben thinks Nina is disgusted by his human form.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 24, 2009
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5. I Want My Baby Back

Ben and Sock ask for help when an escaped soul leaves her child behind.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: March 31, 2009
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6. Underbelly

Sam thinks his next escaped soul is an easy catch.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 7, 2009
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7. The Good Soil

The Devil wants Morgan and Sam to spend more time together.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 14, 2009
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8. The Home Stretch

Nina wants Ben to introduce her to his family.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: April 21, 2009
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9. No Reaper Left Behind

The Devil wants Sam learn how to bring about the end of days.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 28, 2009
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10. My Brother's Reaper

Andi lets Sock throw a bachelor party at the Work Bench.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 5, 2009
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11. To Sprong, With Love

Sam must send his high school biology teacher back to hell.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: May 12, 2009
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12. Business Casualty

Nina uses a portal to go back to hell to get information from Sam's father.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: May 19, 2009
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13. The Devil and Sam Oliver

Andi and Sam hope Tony can help decipher a scroll brought back from hell.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 26, 2009
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"Reaper" was the best new show of the 2007-2008 season and the best new show the CW has yet to offer, and it ended it's first season on a cliffhanger. Two, actually. What would happen on the show, and would the show even return for a second season?. Thankfully, the show did get a reprieve, but not without a price. It would be held back for mid-season. By the time the second season finally premiered, it had been off the air for 2 months shy of a year. Not only that, but came back with less than stellar promotion and was put on opposite "American Idol". "Reaper" was always 'on the bubble', but it did as well as any show could do with such challenges bestowed on it. Season 1 was cut down 4 episodes because of the writer's strike, and season 2 is cut down 9 episodes, only 13, for being a mid season show. While the series is still the entertaining show it always was, season 2 had some flaws, and the limited time it had certainly didn't help. But we'll get to that....

Season 2 finds Sam Oliver(Bret Harrison), Sock(Tyler Labine), Ben(Rick Gonzalez), and Andi(Missy Peregrym)continue to fight the good fight amid Sam's ongoing mission as a bounty hunter for the Devil(Ray Wise), finding escaped souls and sending them back. There are a few new ongoing story arcs this season and some new recurring cast members. Sam continues to find a way out of his deal, his relationship with Andi suffers, and yet there just may be someone who can help. Elsewhere, Sock finds himself attracted to a young woman who turns out to be verrrry close to his family, and Ben begins a relationship with a demon named Nina(Jenny Wade). If that isn't enough, there is the ongoing story of how Sam is dealing with his deal with the devil and how, or if, it's changing him.
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This show blends funny dialogue, endearing characters, hot demons (some gay!), and The Devil into a humorous and ominous blend of comedy and drama. Watch to see how sweet Sam Oliver manages his "job" working for the Devil, sending escaped Souls and other damned beings back to Hell while working at a big box store, goofing around with his buddies, and trying to figure out how to get out of his reaping Contract.
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I watched Reaper from the beginning. Well, technically I started watching it before the beginning -- I sought out the pilot when it was put online during the summer of 2007.

And I kind of liked it. I liked it enough to watch the show regularly that fall.

Then something happened. Halfway through its first season, Reaper became awesome. Completely and totally awesome. Burned contracts, magically moved bowling balls, gay demons, full-on rebellions, and true love! It was great and I got a little obsessed. When that first season became available on DVD, I bought it right away.

I waited with great anticipation for Season 2 of Reaper. It was a long wait. In a programming decision probably derived from Hell itself, the CW chose to delay Reaper's return until the spring. And it was a short season.

But what a season! Yes, there were some low points (just pretend that Sock's stepsister isn't there, and everything will be fine). But the high points more than made up for it. Sam, our beloved and eternally-screwed bounty hunter, has to deal with an even more intrusive Devil, an unredeemable half-brother, a freaked-out girlfriend, and Sock. His sidekicks, the aforementioned Sock and the animal-loving Ben, are also in prime form -- as always, they do an excellent job failing to be of any help whatsoever to Sam. And then there's Nina, Ben's new girlfriend. Ben's new *demon* girlfriend, that is, who continues Reaper's unblemished record of making every demon pretty much the coolest person you'd never want to meet.

Unfortunately, Reaper may have met its end, done in by a lack of network support and by a little show called "American Idol." But, while I desperately cling to a fading hope for Season 3, I will be able to take comfort in the joys of Season 2. Can't wait to get my DVDs!
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Cut way too short. This was a fun show, too bad the idiots in charge killed it. I do not know what the reasons were but honestly I can do without 1 more show about fat obnoxious women getting married or another house show,. Etc... T.V. Just keeps getting worse. When they do get a good show it is like the people in charge just can not wait to kill it.

I bought both seasons and have enjoyed them all over again, t.v. Is so bad I buy all the good stuff from Amazon and do not pay $100.00 per moth cable bills like some people I know. Best of all thanks to amazon the price is always good and I can watch what I want when I want commercial free, nothing I like better than a new liner commercial coming on at 80 db with stay fresh wings announcing freedom for sale when you buy their product. NOT!!!!

Take control of your viewing and buy the series you like on DVD'S from Amazon ah now that's freedom!
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By GC on April 16, 2014
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Reaper 1st season was much better and longer than the 2nd season. Very unfortunate that this series got cancelled.

As if demons dating humans wasn't controversial enough; Season 2 added a variation of the Woody Allen - Soon Yi situation being played out between Sock and Kristen (step sister-brother relationship). If the Series writers had to, it might have been better to keep the sexual tension alive without having Sock act on it - Maybe that's why the Series got cancelled to begin with .. that was a clear family no-no that Sponsors would shy away from.

Overall Reaper was a great series. Wish Netflix would bring "Reaper" back along "Better Off Ted".
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