Dead Like Me

Forget Me Not

Season 2, Ep 12, Aired 10/10/04
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  • Episode Description
  • Ray and Mason fight for Daisy's affection, and their game turns into something worse when Daisy wants to breakup with Ray. In a hospital, George must convince an elderly woman of her death. Joy is looking for a job at Happy Time, where she finds out more information about the time George worked there. Rube seeks help from Penny, another reaper, to find his daughter.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Ellen Muth

    George Lass

  • Laura Harris

    Daisy Adair

  • Callum Blue


  • Cynthia Stevenson

    Joy Lass

  • Mandy Patinkin

    Rube Sofer

  • Fan Reviews (3)
  • Shock ending!

    By amiralkent, Sep 23, 2006

  • A good indication of where the show might have gone.

    By urban_lenny, Aug 25, 2006

  • The closest Joy Lass has been to her daughter since the death.

    By Doron123, Mar 25, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (12)

    • Penny: I know you! You're the one who was killed by a toilet seat. George: (Rolling her eyes) God! Will anyone ever let that go? Blah blah blah.

    • George: I don't really like old people. Penny: Then you're one lucky girl. George: How so? Penny: Because you'll never be one.

    • Ray: Daisy's my good luck charm. Rube: Charm, perhaps. Good luck? Not in my experience.

    • Mason: I'm actually really sorry, Ray. 'Cause this is a gentleman's sport isn't it? So... F*** off bitchity-bitchity-bitch.

    • Mason: Where's Roxy? Rube: She's got a personal day Mason: Why don't I have a personal day? Rube: Because you are a F-U-C-K-U-P Mason: Fuck up has two words George: Actually fuck up is a hyphenate - Well it is

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    Notes (1)

    • Jasmine Guy is credited but doesn't appear.

    Trivia (3)

    • Featured Deaths: - Spelling bee invigilator struck by a dictionary (soul taken by Mason) - Boxing trainer KO-ed by a pupil (soul taken by Daisy) -Old man at hospital (soul taken by Penny) - Senile woman takes a cocktail of drugs (soul taken by George) - Ray clubbed to death with a metal tray by Mason.

    • We've learned that reapers are those who (for whatever reason) don't qualify to move on (just yet) after their death. Since upon Ray's death, a graveling emerges instead of a soul, does this mean that gravelings are those who die who don't even qualify (in Ray's case; for being the way he was) to be reapers. This may explain why gravelings have been shown to have "human" traits; i.e. drinking coffee; fighting over Halloween candy etc. Almost like a karma like pecking order.

    • The woman Nina has a mental disease that either is or is very similiar to Alzheimer's. Even after death, the woman still suffers from her condition. .: in the DLM world, diseases and disorders of the mind are not just part of the body, but are also ingrained into the very fabric of the soul.

    Allusions (2)

    • Nina: Are we there yet? The episode has fun with the fact that Yeardley "Lisa Simpson" Smith guests as reaper nurse Penny - having Penny's patient (and Georges reap) repeat the Simpson's time-honored nag.

    • Rube: Sunset Boulevard? Face down in a pool? Discussing Daisy's alleged conquests, George has never heard of William Holden. Rube makes the above comment and is disappointed that George is none the wiser. In the movie Holden's character is dead and narrates - while floating face down in a pool - the tale of a jaded writer being brought to his end by an affair with a faded starlet.

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