Dead Like Me

Season 2 Episode 11

Ashes to Ashes

Aired Unknown Oct 03, 2004 on Showtime



  • Trivia

    • Featured Deaths:
      - A homeless man accidentally impales himself with his skewer (soul taken by George)
      - A man dies when a spray can falls and hits him on the head (soul taken by Rube)

  • Quotes

  • Notes

    • Recurring stars playing Kiffany, Crystal and Young Georgia are moved up from the end credits, to the onscreen recurring guest cast where Delores, Clancy and Reggie have already been for some time, with this episode.

  • Allusions

    • "Light as a feather, stiff as a board."

      Reggie Lass is playing the game of party levitation. The game is supposedly as old as the 17th century. However, the scene with Reggie and her Goth friends playing the game is arguably a reference to the movie The Craft with Neve Campbell and Fairuza Balk where the goth girls are members of a witches coven who play the same game at a party.

    • George: They're dead, put 'em in a marble temple, stick 'em in a coffee can, it doesn't matter.

      This could be an allusion to the 1998 comedy The Big Lebowski in which a character dies and his friends cannot afford an urn, so they transport his remains in a coffee can.

    • George: Bueller?

      After calling out A. Simms' name a number of times and getting no response, George switches to (Ferris) Bueller. This recalls the famous attendance scene in the movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off where the teacher played by Ben Stein repeatedly calls out the name "Bueller". He gets no response either.

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