Aug 29, 2003 · Business Unfinished: Directed by David Straiton. With Ellen Muth, Laura Harris, Callum Blue, Jasmine Guy. George is saddled with a tedious collating task and Daisy recruits her and Mason to make money from her reap.
- David Straiton
- Comedy | Drama | Fantasy
Casting By Paul Weber Production Design by Ian D. Thomas ... (as Ian Thomas) Art Direction by Douglasann Menchions ... (as D.A. Menchions) Set Decoration by Wendy Harke ... (as Wendy C. Harke) Costume Design by Candace Cruikshank Makeup Department Production Management Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Art Department Sound Department
Georgia L. " George " Lass ( Ellen Muth) (1985–2003) is the youngest Reaper (both physically and chronologically) in the club. She is the protagonist of the series, and also performs the function of narrator. As a child, she is portrayed by Talia Ranger .
Dead Like Me is an American comedy-drama television series starring Ellen Muth and Mandy Patinkin as grim reapers who reside and work in Seattle, Washington. Filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, the show was created by Bryan Fuller for the Showtime cable network, where it ran for two seasons ( 2003 – 04 ). Fuller left the show five episodes ...
Business Unfinished (episode) As Daisy talks both Georgia and Mason into helping her swindling one of her wealthy victim's sons out of a lot of money, and Roxy mourns the 21st anniversary of her own death, Rube keeps a careful eye on his "minions." Soon, the Daisy's con is on and the grief is great...
Dead Like Me Trivia. Dead Like Me was inspired by the novel, "On A Pale Horse", written by author Piers Anthony. One noteable difference between the book and the series is that the TV show has several grim reapers and the book only had one. Clancy Lass was originally supposed to be gay, according to Dead Like Me's creator, "Bryan Fuller".
Dead Like Me Season 1 Season 1 Season 2 (398) 2003X-RayTV-14 Centers on a disaffected young woman who is suddenly killed when a piece of the MIR space station hurtles to Earth and hits her in the head. Georgia (George) Lass is surprised to discover that an afterlife does exist, and that she's already been assigned a job.