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Halloween is a busy day for the Reapers as a serial killer stalks the city.

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George regrets the things she didn't accomplish in her life, while Mason prepares to move on in the afterlife....

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Last Call
Ray and Mason fight for Daisy's affection, and George must persuade an old lady that she has really died.

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Forget Me Not
When George tries to pass herself off as the relative of a homeless man, she finds herself more involved in...

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Ashes to Ashes
After losing her virginity to Trip, George sours on love when he doesn't call.

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Death Defying
George reunites with her new love at his father's funeral.

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Be Still My Heart
George nearly falls for someone she is supposed to reap, while Reggie makes friends with a young pet reaper.

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The Escape Artist
George experiences the power of celebrity death when she plucks the soul of a rock star.

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Rites of Passage
George faces her first big decision at Happy Time, and Joy looks forward to a new life after accepting an...

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In Escrow
Deadlines loom large as the reapers snatch some hurried souls and George helps Delores impress an efficiency...

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George reflects back on her childhood and decides that the secret to popularity is being mean to people.

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The Shallow End
George realizes that nice girls always finish last, when she recalls a painful childhood event; and she realizes that apparently being mean is the key to popularity. Mason has trouble convinving the old man whose soul he just reaped that he cannot attend his own funeral.

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Ghost Story
Feeling like she doesn't fit in, George decides to shirk her reaping duties and go on Happy Time's annual camping retreat. Back on the job, Daisy and Mason must scramble to find the Post-it notes he lost, before tragedy occurs beause of his ineptitude.

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The Ledger
George assumes that the bad luck she had in life is going to be made up for with better luck in the afterlife. But when her bike is stolen and she learns that her parents are divorcing, she finally starts to understand that she's on her own - and she'd better look out for number one.

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Send in the Clown
As George develops a crush on the cute intern at her temp agency, Happy Time, everyone discourages her from allowing it to blossom into anything more. Meanwhile, Mason's assignment to collect a soul at a kid's birthday party devestates him.

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Dead Like Me is a dark comedy-drama series that had aired on Showtime between 2003 and 2004, starring Ellen Muth, Mandy Patinkin, and Laura Harris amongst its diverse ensemble cast. Spearheaded by the mind of Bryan Fuller of "Pushing Daisies" fame, the show unflinchingly delves into the afterlife with a unique blend of dry wit, surrealism, and heartfelt human drama. Ellen Muth stars as Georgia ‘George’ Lass, an 18-year-old college drop-out with no ambitions or goals, living in a constant state of ennui with her life. This all changes abruptly when she's hit by a toilet seat from the Mir Space Station falling from the sky, leading to her untimely death. Quite the unexpected beginning, isn't it? Just as George thinks it's the end, she finds herself in an unusual afterlife limbo. She's selected to serve as a 'Reaper', an otherworldly figure entrusted with the responsibility of aiding souls in their transition from life to death. This new reality doesn't come with glowing tunnels or angelic harps; rather, George and her fellow reapers walk the earth as the living, holding day jobs to sustain their existence in this peculiar plane of being. Mandy Patinkin assumes the role of Rube Sofer, the head of a small group of reapers George finds herself tangled in. As stern and prim as he can be, Rube shows a compassionate tendency to nurture the newly-inducted reapers under his stewardship, George included. Laura Harris rounds up the central characters as Daisy Adair, a glamorous reaper from the 1930s, whose superficial exterior masks a complicated interior. The interplay between these three characters—along with other equally colorful reapers—forms the core narrative around which the series revolves. Based in the backdrop of Seattle, Dead Like Me astutely merges the mundane with the macabre. Despite their grim occupation, reapers are far from solemn spectral figures; they complain about their jobs, make tasteless jokes, and struggle with internal conflicts and external frictions. This unique juxtaposition gives the series its distinctive flavor, effectively fusing humor and pathos in a narrative about life's final certitude. The series unabashedly explores big questions about life, death, destiny, and the very nature of the soul while managing to keep a lighthearted, often cynical tone. George, still teenaged and carrying a middle-class cynicism, adds an extra layer of palpable honesty to this exploration. She holds a mirror to our own confusion and bewilderment about life's biggest mysteries, making her an instantly relatable anchor in a world replete with mysticism and surrealism. Beyond the supernatural, the show also presents an intriguing study of human relationships. It portrays the dynamics within the eccentric reaper group and the familial ties George leaves behind in death. The troubled yet poignant relationship George has with her dysfunctional family presents a resonant and emotionally rich subplot. Narratively, Dead Like Me adopts an episodic format, and each episode usually entails a story about a new person reaching their predestined end. As George and her reaper associates guide these unfortunate souls, they confront various human situations—ranging from the tragic to the absurd—that inevitably lead to reflections about their own lives and deaths. Opting for a unique aesthetic, Dead Like Me uses faded colors and stylized cinematography that contribute to the desaturated, otherworldly vibe of the series. It further employs an eclectic mix of visual cues, like the omnipresent grinning grim reaper talismans that act as dark reminders of the reapers’ grim obligations. Humorous, poignant, and often philosophically profound, Dead Like Me is an engaging exploration into life’s ultimate mystery—death—under the guise of a quirky dramedy. While it ran for a relatively short span, the compelling characters, witty dialogues, and unique portrayal of the afterlife left a lasting impression on audiences, keeping its cult-like status alive long after its broadcast ended. It may not have shied away from the harsh realities of life and death, but surely, it discerned a way to make them engagingly palatable for the viewers. This is a show that reminds you, in no uncertain terms, that even in death, life goes on.

Dead Like Me is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 2 seasons with a total of 29 episodes, the show debuted on 2003. The series has earned a mostly positive reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 8.1.

Mandy Patinkin, Jasmine Guy, Ellen Muth, Callum Blue, Laura Harris, Cynthia Stevenson, Britt McKillip, Greg Kean, Christine Willes, Crystal Dahl, Rebecca Gayheart
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