Being Human (UK)

Season 2 Episode 5

The Looking Glass

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Feb 07, 2010 on BBC
8.7
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George and Mitchell continue their respective relationships with Sam and Lucy while Annie is thrown into the world of motherhood when she is left to look after a baby ghost.

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  • Closure

    8.5
    Mitchell gets closer to Lucy and George begins to get along better with Sam and her daughter. Annie finds herself at a theater, also a ghost house, where a sort of fake psychic who talks to dead people and gives closure to family members and the like. At first he is a fake but when Annie appears to him he begins to truly See and they help one another find the ghosts of peoples' loved ones and the like. Annie also must take care of a baby for a fellow ghost while she goes on a date with a deceased fireman and this proves especially comical with Annie singing the baby La Roux's "Bulletproof" as a lullaby. This and the twist at the end of the episode made this seemingly filler episode into a mega super filler episode.moreless
Lucy Gaskell

Lucy Gaskell

Sam

Guest Star

Molly Jones

Molly Jones

Molly

Guest Star

John Paul Hurley

John Paul Hurley

Douglas

Guest Star

Donald Sumpter

Donald Sumpter

Kemp

Recurring Role

Jason Watkins

Jason Watkins

Herrick

Recurring Role

Lyndsey Marshal

Lyndsey Marshal

Lucy

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • In the first series, it is established that Vampires must be invited in to houses. However in this episode, Mitchell appears in the criminals house with no invitation.

  • QUOTES (1)

    • George: We meet people, and fall in love, but when we part, they leave marks for us to remember them by. Our lovers sculpt us, they define us for better or worse. Like a pin ball we slam into them and rebound in a different direction. Repealed by the contact, and after the parting we might be scared, but stronger. Or, more fragile or needie or angry or guilty, but its never unchanged. Our lovers linger beside us like ghosts, haunting the corridors and deserted rooms, sometimes whispering, sometimes screaming invisible but always there.

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