Dead Like Me: Be Still My Heart
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  • That character is a Daniel Jackson clone from Stargate SG-1, which is why I noticed it in the first place

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      In Dead Like Me: Be Still My Heart, George becomes closer with Trip Hesberg and attends the funeral for his father, who George had reaped. Emily Holmes does a nice job as Trip’s sister, Ashley. She’s not fond of George being there and

      actually ends up involuntarily pushing the two together.

      Trip is played by Robin Dunne, who I now know as Will Zimmerman on Sanctuary. That character is a Daniel Jackson clone from Stargate SG-1, which is why I noticed it in the first place. He’s a little younger here and naturally more youthful.

      The George and Trip budding romance has some spark to it, though I suspect it won’t last for long. They’re from two different worlds, as they say, and considering the circumstances of their meeting, it seems doomed ...


      • Dead Like Me: Be Still My Heart
      to be short lived, regardless of how far the relationship might progress.

      There’s some crazy bit at the Happy Time company where George works about CPR training. I thought it was a little over the top. I didn’t object to the test run and

      its outcome as much as I did to the fact that not one person did anything, and I find that hard to believe, even in this crazy world.

      Dead Like Me: Be Still My Heart had some moments working for it, but I still wasn’t that crazy about it.




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