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Dead Like Me: Life After Death

Jan/16/2009
When George and her colleagues get a new boss whose focus is on moving souls quickly and enjoying life without consequences, the team begins to break the strict grim reaper rules. While her friends fall victim to their desires for money, success, and fame, George breaks another rule by revealing her true identity to her living family. As the reapers struggle with their roles on Earth, they each find that death can be just as complicated as life.

15 :02x01 - Send in the Clown

Jul/25/2004
As George develops a crush on the cute intern at her temp agency, Happy Time, everyone discourages her from allowing it to blossom into anything more. Meanwhile, Mason's assignment to collect a soul at a kid's birthday party devestates him.
Guest Stars: Steven Grayhm (1) as Brennan | Britt McKillip as Reggie Lass | Christine Willes as Delores Herbig | Greg Kean as Clancy Lass |
Co-Guest Stars: Jacklyn Kelly as Emily | Dana Pemberton as Frank the Cop | Michael Daingerfield as Conrad | Glynis Davies as Deirdre Daly | Cainan Wiebe as Little Boy | David MacKay as Lloyd Sondheim | Tiffany Knight as Lucy Sondheim (as Tiffany Lyndall Knight) | Christine Quayle as Killer Mother | Tae Helgeth as Woman on Street #2 | Crystal Dahl as Crystal | Don Lew as Worker #1 | Louise Grant as Sully | Manoj Sood as Mr. Akhtar | Diana Ha as Woman on Street #1 | Kimani Ray Smith as Worker #2 | Serge Houde as Therapist | Jeremy Drescher as Child | Patricia Idlette as Kiffany |
Uncredited: Megan McKinnon as (uncredited)

16 :02x02 - The Ledger

Aug/01/2004
George assumes that the bad luck she had in life is going to be made up for with better luck in the afterlife. But when her bike is stolen and she learns that her parents are divorcing, she finally starts to understand that she's on her own - and she'd better look out for number one.
Guest Stars: Christine Willes as Delores Herbig | Teryl Rothery as Linda | Greg Kean as Clancy Lass | Britt McKillip as Reggie Lass |
Co-Guest Stars: Fred Ewanuick as Xavier Boscacci | Janie Woods-Morris as Woman | Cody Laudan as Louis Pick | Alex Kliner as Kiosk Owner | Jake Smith as Little Boy | Patricia Idlette as Kiffany | Crystal Dahl as Crystal | Jesai Jayhmes as Lame Guy | Dee Jay Jackson as Cop | John R. Taylor as Blind Man | Michael Kopsa as Security Expert | Enid-Raye Adams as Melanie | Talia Ranger as Young George | Jake D. Smith as Little Boy | Michael Roberds as Rusty
Director: Jeff Woolnough

17 :02x03 - Ghost Story

Aug/08/2004
Feeling like she doesn't fit in, George decides to shirk her reaping duties and go on Happy Time's annual camping retreat. Back on the job, Daisy and Mason must scramble to find the Post-it notes he lost, before tragedy occurs beause of his ineptitude.
Guest Stars: Lochlyn Munro as Greg | Teryl Rothery as Linda | Christine Willes as Delores Herbig | Greg Kean as Clancy Lass | Britt McKillip as Reggie Lass |
Co-Guest Stars: Katharine Horsman (1) as Chloe Sugarman | Lisa Marie Caruk as Zoe Sugarman | Julien Phipps as Diego | Wren Robertz (2) as Hunter | Chad Cole (1) as Hunter | Tosca Baggoo as Woman | Paul Anthony as Frank | Kirsten Robek as Stephanie Cope | Crystal Dahl as Crystal | John DeSantis as Tiny | Gavin Buhr as Treach | Layla Alizada as Club Rep | Talia Ranger as Young George | Amy Adamson as Sally | Richard Heaven as Todd | Andrew Moxham as Andy Cope | Patricia Idlette as Kiffany
Director: Milan Cheylov

18 :02x04 - The Shallow End

Aug/15/2004
George realizes that nice girls always finish last, when she recalls a painful childhood event; and she realizes that apparently being mean is the key to popularity. Mason has trouble convinving the old man whose soul he just reaped that he cannot attend his own funeral.
Guest Stars: Neil Grayston as Ethan | Christine Willes as Delores Herbig | Joseph May (1) as Ken | Shelley Berman as Theo | Neil Maffin as Stan Samuels | Britt McKillip as Reggie Lass |
Co-Guest Stars: Drew Lunder as Teenager | Murray Lowry as Pool Attendant | Mikela Vetro as Beth-Anne | Chelsea Gagne as Sharon | Amanda Wood (1) as Receptionist | Cameron McDonald as Doctor | Conan Graham as Steve | Eric Hempsall as Todd | Sandra Steier as Susan | Jan Bos as Cop | Campbell Lane as Ira | Talia Ranger as Young George | Pascale Hutton as Amina | Ken Kramer (1) as Marty | Jacqueline Ann Steuart as Sarah | Patricia Idlette as Kiffany | Crystal Dahl as Crystal

19 :02x05 - Hurry

Aug/22/2004
When an over zealous efficiency expert comes aboard at Happy Time, George's life becomes a bit more complicated. Forcing her boss, Delores, to push George to crack the whip like never before. Meanwhile, Daisy also has a sudden case of need-for-speed as her latest assignment is somewhere in a group of people attending a speed dating event.
Guest Stars: Ryan Robbins as James Allen | Christine Willes as Delores Herbig | Richard Lawson as William Garrett | Greg Kean as Clancy Lass | Britt McKillip as Reggie Lass |
Co-Guest Stars: Sarah Johns as Cutting Woman | Ryan Leech as Bike Guy | Christine Lippa as Sherri | David MacInnis as Jeff | Martin Sims as Jack | Paul Kloegman as Clancy's Lawyer | Tyler Boissonnault as Sandwich Boy | Gail Lewis as Cutting Woman's Friend | Darren Hird as Josh | Heather Laura Gray as Patrice Thibideaux | Dan Joffre as Maecenas | Kurt Evans as Mercedez Benz Guy | Venus Terzo as Karen the Lawyer | Robert Clarke (2) as Ed Barphin | Anna Hagan as Lady at Post Office | Keir MacPherson as Herman Soriano | Sean Campbell (1) as Juan | Ken Tremblett as Jason Mandell | James Ashcroft as Ted | Patricia Idlette as Kiffany | Crystal Dahl as Crystal | Peter New as Bill

20 :02x06 - In Escrow

Aug/29/2004
With power comes responsibility. That's exactly what George learns when she is put in charge of hiring a new employee. One that is to be drawn from an increasingly desperate group of applicants. Meanwhile, her sister Reggie is left home alone, and paralyzed with fear when her mother goes out with a man she met while looking for a new place to live.
Guest Stars: Teryl Rothery as Linda | Christine Willes as Delores Herbig | Peter Williams (1) as Loft-owner | Britt McKillip as Reggie Lass | Michael Des Barres as Gideon Jeffries |
Co-Guest Stars: Kurt Max Runte as Anton Plotchnik | Mike Mitchell as Brian | Gerry South as Record Buyer | Tyronne L'Hirondelle as Employee | Chris Gauthier as Michael Lewis | Cecylia Witkowski as Melissa | Crystal Dahl as Crystal | Nicki Clyne as Janelle | Susan Bain as Margaret Paddington | Daryl Shuttleworth as Coach Henson | T.J. Riley as Andy | Tony Alcantar as Ned Benjamin | Tony Massil as Dealer | Dana Pemberton as Frank the Cop | Patricia Idlette as Kiffany |
Uncredited: Tom McBeath as Father Mathias
Director: Steve Beers

21 :02x07 - Rites of Passage

Sep/05/2004
George's co-reapers become jealous when she's chosen to pluck the soul of a famous rock star. But the duty proves to be more of a pain (in the ass) than a pleasure, due to the idol's entourage. Meanwhile, her eccentric Grandmother arrives in town and takes Reggie to a sacred place.
Guest Stars: Britt McKillip as Reggie Lass | Eddie Mills (1) as Kyle Lowerdeck | Christine Willes as Delores Herbig | Tom McBeath as Father Mathias |
Co-Guest Stars: Claude Duhamel as Bandar | Mike Roselli as Bouncer | Michael Roselli as Bouncer (as Mike Roselli) | Ashley Whillans as Girl in Confessional | Wendy Glenn as Kyle's Girlfriend | James Kirk as Tommy | Meghan Black as Misty | Graeme McComb as Crackboy | Patricia Idlette as Kiffany | Laura Mennell as Desiree | Steve Zilliax as Hank | Ed Chow as Happytimer

22 :02x08 - The Escape Artist

Sep/12/2004
While collecting a soul at a country club, George nearly falls for a reap. Rube, who's terrible with kids, must transform into a mild mannered second grade teacher in order to get close to his latest reap. Meanwhile, Mason and Roxy get a vacation (of sorts) when they get assigned to a reap in the summer party capital of Cancun.
Guest Stars: Barbara Barrie as Phyllis | Tom Butler (1) as Thomas Hesberg Jr. | Britt McKillip as Reggie Lass | Robin Dunne as Thomas Hesberg III |
Co-Guest Stars: Julia Tortolano as Sara | Robbie Holloway (2) as Bernie | Aeja Goldsmith as Tanya | Alesia Dicicco as Jessie | Dale Hall as Mr. Parker | Patricia Idlette as Kiffany | Allison Warnyca as Missy | Steve Archer as Club Manager | Laara Sadiq as Mrs. Brody | Brett Kelly (2) as Francis Bischetti | Spencer Achtymichuk as Charlie | Ty Hill as Kid | Tyler McClendon as Waiter
Director: David Grossman

23 :02x09 - Be Still My Heart

Sep/19/2004
George is in love for the first time and boy does it have complications. It seems she was the one who reaped his father just a week earlier and now she his date to the funeral. But trouble brews everywhere when Reggie's science experiment pits one parent against another and Daisy gets involved in the murder of a hapless actress.
Guest Stars: Christine Willes as Dolores Herbig | Greg Kean as Clancy Lass | Robin Dunne as Thomas Hesberg III | Emily Holmes as Ashley | Britt McKillip as Reggie Lass |
Co-Guest Stars: Leila Harrison (1) as Waitress | Matt Smith (2) as Mark | Michael Fenwick as Stan at Happy Time | Wayne McNamara as Officer | Julie Patzwald as Tessa | Crystal Dahl as Crystal | Patricia Idlette as Kiffany | Meghan Black as Misty | Julia Arkos as Mrs. Ricket | Brett Kelly (2) as Francis Bischetti | Jody Racicot as Gordon Maynard | Gary Teitelbaum as Frank Mann | Kenton Reid as Kyle | Mark Pawson as Jeffrey
Director: Tony Westman

24 :02x10 - Death Defying

Sep/26/2004
George loses her virginity and is shocked and devastated when the guy doesn't call her. So in protest she spurns every male who is unfortunate enough to cross her path. Feeling quite the opposite, Daisy makes sparks with smarmy TV producer Ray, while Rube heads out of town to get information on some people from his past.
Guest Stars: Peter Williams (1) as Angelo | Greg Kean as Clancy Lass | Britt McKillip as Reggie Lass | Christine Willes as Delores Herbig | Ty Olsson as Buddy Briggs | Eric McCormack as Ray Summers |
Co-Guest Stars: Sylvesta Stuart as Officer | Michael Adamthwaite as Guy | Lori Phillips as Cheerleader #3 | Christie Laing as Cheerleader #2 | Nicole Fraissinet as Cheerleader #1 | Patricia Idlette as Kiffany | Glenn Ennis as Cop at Jail | Ingrid Torrance as Macy | Dustin Milligan as Joey | Talia Ranger as Young George | Crystal Dahl as Crystal | Nathaniel Campbell as Vince | Matt Hill as Icarus Jones
Director: David Grossman

25 :02x11 - Ashes to Ashes

Oct/03/2004
When George helps a homeless man die with dignity she learns the cost of getting too involved in her work. Reggie finally makes a friend who's organizing a seance, while Mason questions his feelings for Daisy as her relationship with Ray grows.
Guest Stars: Cindy Djungu-Sungu as Fallanda | Patricia Idlette as Kiffany | Yuri Lowenthal as B-Boy | Talia Ranger as Young George | Eric McCormack as Ray Summers | Kirk Thornton as B-Boy | Greg Kean as Clancy Lass | Dan Payne as Walter | Britt McKillip as Reggie Lass | Christine Willes as Delores Herbig | Sean Owen Roberts as B "B-Boy" Boyd | Peter Kelamis as Morgue Attendant | Crystal Dahl as Crystal Smith |
Co-Guest Stars: Patti Vieta as Melissa (as Patti Vieta) | Sue Astley (1) as Homeless Woman | Bill Dow as Mickey | Frank C. Turner as Arthur Simms | Julia Arkos as Mrs. Ricket | Nicole Potvin as Raven | Santo Lombardo as Scratch the Tagger | Justine Wong as Tabitha | Samantha Smith as Chrysalis | Dana Walde as Dirge
Director: Michael Fresco

26 :02x12 - Forget Me Not

Oct/10/2004
George can't remember the last time she was this frustrated. When she gets stuck in a hospital where she can't get an Alzheimer-plagued soul to acknowledge her own death. In need of money, Joy seeks work at Happy Time. To make matters even worse, Mason decides to face of with Daisy's boyfriend, Ray, in the boxing ring.

Source: DVD
Guest Stars: Yeardley Smith as Penny | Crystal Dahl as Crystal Smith | Patricia Idlette as Kiffany | Eric McCormack as Ray Summers | Talia Ranger as Young George | Greg Kean as Clancy Lass | Britt McKillip as Reggie Lass | Christine Willes as Delores Herbig | Piper Laurie as Nina Rommey |
Co-Guest Stars: Darrell Izeard as Orderly (as Darrell Izeard) | Mitra Loraz as Mrs. Akhtar | Manoj Sood as Mr. Akhtar | Patti Allan (1) as Claire | Dean Paul Gibson (1) as Pronouncer | Tegan Moss as Fiona | Julia Arkos as Mrs. Ricket | Brett Kelly (2) as Francis Bischetti | Javeed Kassam as Harjeet Akhtar | Alain Chanoine as Young Boxer | Ron Small as Kid Washington
Director: Brad Turner

27 :02x13 - Last Call

Oct/17/2004
While George regrets the things she didn't accomplish in life, Mason must comtemplate his accomplishments in the afterlife. Roxy suspects that Daisy is harboring a secret about her missing ex-boyfriend, and Reggie searches for J.D. who has escaped from the yard.

Source: DVD
Guest Stars: Crystal Dahl as Crystal Smith | Patricia Idlette as Kiffany | Aaron Pearl as Brett | Katie Stuart (2) as J Monteleone | Greg Kean as Clancy Lass | Britt McKillip as Reggie Lass | Christine Willes as Delores Herbig |
Co-Guest Stars: Karen Elizabeth Austin as Women at Yard Sale | Jonathan Sutton as Ron | Cheryl Mullen as Women at Yard Sale | Ryan de Boer (1) as Lead Cadet | Joel Garner as Mascot | Patti Allan (1) as Claire | Meghan Black as Misty | Spencer Achtymichuk as Charlie | Colin Banner as Priest | Anthony Harrison as Drill Sergeant | Lisa Bunting as Suburban Woman | Elias Toufexis as Brian | Kasper Michaels as Bus Driver
Director: Steve Beers

28 :02x14 - Always

Oct/24/2004
After screwing up big time, Mason begs to be allowed back into the Waffle Haus while George urges Daisy to allow him to crash with them. Facing his past, Rube visits a very special person on a very special day. And in the real world, Joey Clancy and Reggie bury J.D.

Source: DVD
Guest Stars: Greg Kean as Clancy Lass | Patricia Idlette as Kiffany | Crystal Dahl as Crystal Smith | Eve Brenner as Rosie | Britt McKillip as Reggie Lass | Yeardley Smith as Penny | Gavin DeGraw as Pete Anderson (Street Singer) | Christine Willes as Delores Herbig | Talia Ranger as Young George |
Co-Guest Stars: Taya Calicetto as Young Rosie | Reg Tupper as Jed | Zoe Mandell as Kid | Simon Longmore as Erik | Arthur Corber as Sign Guy | Patti Allan (1) as Claire | Meghan Black as Misty

29 :02x15 - Haunted

Oct/31/2004
A crazed serial killer strikes on Halloween, and the reapers must pick up all the souls of the victims. The busy workday cuts into George and Mason's trick-or-treating, while back at home, Joy must cajole Reggie into the Halloween spirit after a session with a psychologists.

Source: DVD
Guest Stars: Talia Ranger as Young George | Sean Connor Roche as Trick or Treater | Greg Kean as Clancy Lass | Britt McKillip as Reggie Lass | Anne Marie Loder as Dana the Therapist | Patricia Idlette as Kiffany | Christine Willes as Delores Herbig | Crystal Dahl as Crystal Smith | Megan McKinnon as Trick or Treater | Julianne Christie as Suzanne |
Co-Guest Stars: Emily Perkins as Josie Feldman | April Telek as Elvira Mom (as April Amber Telek) | Sean Tammen as Kids | Samuel Tammen as Kids | Michael Rogers as Les Blandon | Justin Callan as Bobby Perlis | Bill Meilen as William | Sheelah Megill as Katie Clark | Terry-Dayne Marshall (1) as Pirate | Paul Jarrett as The Rope Guy
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy | Drama | Fantasy
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: SHOWTIME ( USA)
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: June 27, 2003
Ended: October 31, 2004
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