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  • We learn more about this in season two, but what's interesting is how the gravelings changed

    • by Orrymain

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      Dead Like Me: Rest in Peace is the final show of the first season of this episode. It really can be summed up with George getting her job back. Actually, there’s a big scene at George’s grave. It’s the anniversary of her death. It’s like a wrap up of the entire season.

      There was a

      lot of evolution in the series, even with the graveling animated characters. These beings actually changed as the series went along. Early in the season, Rube (Mandy Patinkin) had said something about the undead maybe catching a glimpse of them out of the corner of their eyes. Yet, George always say these creatures face on.

      • We learn more about this in season two, but what’s interesting is how the gravelings changed.

        My observations of this show is still that it’s very different. Ellen Muth is perfect for the deadpan character of George. I do like Mandy Patinkin as Rube. He’s so much like the patriarch of his group of reapers.

        I haven’t taken a shine, though, to Callum Blue as Mason or Laura Harris as Daisy. I really miss Rebecca Gayheart who was in the early episodes.

        Rest in Peace is all about moving forward. George has never been able to let go of her family, and she really still can’t. She’s trying to find her way, though.

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