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  • Even more interesting, one graveling calls off the other one, and they go away

    • by Orrymain
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      Dead Like Me: The Shallow End gives us the big revelation about George’s childhood. She had almost drown in a swimming pool when she was ten, and what’s intriguing about it is that she sees the gravelings there. Even more interesting, one graveling calls off the other one, and they go away. Thus, George lives.

      It’s a little hint of destiny, I suppose.

      There are few entertaining moments. There’s the man who is killed by a high heel shoe, and there’s Joy taking Reggie shopping, which turns out to be a bit of an adventure. Joy’s continuing to evolve.

      On the other hand, I don’t get the change in George. It’s just like ...


      • each of the season two episodes has her reverting and undoing the progress made with her character in season one. There’s really no explanation for it. She’s back to being miserable and not caring. Her Millie persona has a nice worker at Happy Time, Ethan, quitting. I liked this character and Neil Grayston was pleasing
        to watch.

        Daisy gets a standout storyline with a reap named Stan, who is a man who is in the early process of becoming a woman. He dies, but wants to go to church before going into the light to whatever waits. I won’t spoil what happens at the church, but it’s a really good part of this show.




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