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The Collector: The Rapper

Morgan Pym is dispatched to collect the soul of a successful rapper, Dion "Core D" Walker. It is during this time that Morgan vows never to send another soul to Hell. He makes a proposal to The Devil. He wants the Devil to allow him to seek redemption for his clients, to save their souls. The Devil, expecting Morgan to fail, agrees.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x1
Production Number: 1.01
Airdate: Wednesday June 02nd, 2004

Guest Stars
Adrian HolmesAdrian Holmes
As Dion "Core D" Walker
Aidan DrummondAidan Drummond
As Gabriel Slate
Colin CunninghamColin Cunningham
As Narrator
Jodelle FerlandJodelle Ferland
As The Devil / Little Girl
Mackenzie GrayMackenzie Gray
As The Devil / Homeless Man
Ona GrauerOna Grauer
As Katrina

Co-Guest Stars
Angela MooreAngela Moore
As Doctor
Alfred LiuAlfred Liu
As Coroner
Brandon Jay McLarenBrandon Jay McLaren
As Posse Member #1
Cornell TurnerCornell Turner
As Jimmy the Driver
Donavon StinsonDonavon Stinson
As Director
Ecstasia SandersEcstasia Sanders
As Walker's Girlfriend
Herbert DuncansonHerbert Duncanson
As Walker's Father
Keir MacPhersonKeir MacPherson
As Club DJ
Luciana CarroLuciana Carro
As Tipsy Woman
Rick ThreatRick Threat
As Posse Member #2
Rob HayterRob Hayter
As Store Clerk
Main Cast
Chris KramerChris Kramer
As Morgan Pym
Ellen DubinEllen Dubin
As Jeri Slate
Episode Quotes
Maya: (about Morgan's apartment) Is this your place?
Morgan: Yeah. You don't like it?
Maya: It's nice. I just didn't know you could rent a mausoleum.

Morgan: The Devil's deals work by moving luck around. You got 10 years of unnatural good luck, but there's a balance. Just as much bad luck had to go somewhere else.
Dion: So, what, Vanilla Ice had to go down so I could be famous?

Cultural References
Dion: Look, I hate to break it to your sorry ass, if you're handing out copies of The Watchtower, or whatever, but there's no such thing as the Devil.

The Watchtower is an illustrated religious magazine printed and published by Jehovah's Witnesses.

Dion: So, what, Vanilla Ice had to go down so I could be famous?

Vanilla Ice, a white man actually named Robbie Van Winkle, was a well known rapper in the early 1990s. He was famous for being notoriously bad. First for his performances, then for his lies about his upbringing.

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