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  • Unfortunately, Rube (Mandy Patinkin) has other plans for his set of grim reapers

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      This episode of Dead Like Me, called Vacation, dealt with the Lass Family’s annual vacation to a lakeside cabin. George (Ellen Muth) realizes what time of year it is, and she’s eager to go up there herself. Unfortunately, Rube (Mandy

      Patinkin) has other plans for his set of grim reapers.

      Apparently, paperwork has to be done everywhere, including in the world of grimness. They take over the Waffle House and start to classify all the paperwork for a long, long while. Some of this is quite comical and other portions are actually enlightening. For example, the paperwork is filed under the last thought of a person before they died. Mason comes across Daisy’s paperwork, from when Daisy had died, and it ...


      • Dead Like Me: Vacation
      was something like, “Why doesn’t anyone love me?”

      The Lass vacation doesn’t really go so well, with the parents fighting and Reggie missing her sister, but there is a really nice scene with Joy and Reggie at the end of the dock.

      It’s a bit of a bonding between them, something that’s been difficult for them. I liked the progress of this story, which is probably the one I’ve been the most interested in during the series.

      There was some good stuff in this episode.




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