George is bummed when she finds out that her parents are selling the home she grew up in. But things turn from bad to worse for her when her bicycle gets stolen, and at Happy Time she is suspected of stealing office supplies. George finally decides to embrace her bad side by claiming a red Mustang car from a guy that she reaps.
Meanwhile, Daisy goes on her assignment to the jewelry shop to reap the owner and to claim more crosses. Also, Mason sets out to prove to everyone that he is not drinking anymore.
original airdate--August 01,2004
music--Dead Like Me --theme Composed by Emilio Kauderer
Goof--When Rube is going to give his keys to George, Daisy has a cup in her right hand, at her lips, and is looking at George. Next frame, opposite angle, she has the cup in her left hand, at chest level, and is looking at Rube.
Trivia: When George and Mason are arguing about her stolen bike, Mason says, "You don't have to be so huffy about it." Huffy is a popular brand of bike. Mason's character has a habit of making unintentional puns like this.
What is life really like after death? George Lass finds out when a stray toilet seat from the MIR space station drops out of the sky and kills her. She is immediately recruited to become a Grim Reaper, an undead who collects souls of people about to die.