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  • The amazing thing, though, is the expression on Barrie's face

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      What I liked most about Dead Like Me: The Escape Artist is one of the scenes at the end. Barbara Barrie appears again as Joy’s mother. The two don’t get along very well, but yet at the end, they share a calm moment. The really good part, though, was when Barrie picks up

      the phone to answer the incoming call, stunning George.

      What we’ve learned is that George sometimes calls home, just to hear the voices of her mother and sister. This actually was very well done because at first, we thought it was Clancy’s mistress calling and then hanging up, but it was really George. That’s a ...


      • tender touch that I like.

        This time, George speaks up, though, because she has happy memories of her grandmother. They have an awkward conversation, with George pretending she’s called a wrong number. The amazing thing, though, is the expression on Barrie’s face. It is absolutely perfect. It’s like she knows and senses the

        true identity of the caller.

        The one thing that doesn’t make sense in the continuity of the show is that in the last episode Reggie said she didn’t want to wear glasses anymore, and her mother agreed; yet in this show, and those that follow, there’s no further mention of this and Reggie is always wearing her glasses.




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