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Reaper Episode: "Cash Out"

Season 1, Episode 10
Episode Synopsis: An escaped soul who was a bank robber returns for his loot, and Sam, Sock and Ben must send him back. Meanwhile, Sam secretly begins dating Cady (Jessica Stroup), although he's still suspicious of her parentage.
Original Air Date: Dec 4, 2007
Guest Cast Jessica Stroup: Cady Andrew Airlie
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Season 1, Episode 10
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Length: 41:32
Aired: 12/4/2007
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Cash Out Season 1, Episode 10

Episode Recap: "Cash Out" This show makes me wonder what I would do if I were put in the same situations Sam gets shoved into, these tests of honor and morals that give the Devil a clue about what kind of a person he is. Like, would I keep $6 million I found in a closet? I probably wouldn't have bought a gold bling belt, but I probably would purchase a spa day. And a house. And a room full of candy. Sam, you're a better person than I. Okay, down to business. Aren't Sam and Cady great together? I mean now that he's her boyfriend and all. They seem to have nice chemistry, even though she's a weirdo who brings her dead pets to drinky-time. But there's still Andi. Not that I blame her for that forlorn look she had when the guys told her about Sam's new girl who they didn't trust. Andi: "So what's wrong with her?" Ben: "She's a huge fan of Lionel Richie." Not that that really helps when you like a guy who you maybe plan on asking out some time in the next century. Maybe. I was glad that the commercial teaser that led us to believe Cady likes her chicken meat really really raw was misleading. Though hearing "Come on, man, admit it, I totally hosed you," and "Easy on the G-word (God), buddy, it's rude," from the Devil was totally worth the prank. But I'm glad we didn't find out all in one big Cady episode whether or not she's the Devil's offspring, despite Sock's "passion for hot-tubbing" and their I'll-show-you-mine-you-show-me-yours deal. So there's no 666 Devil-mark on her. But that doesn't necessarily mean anything, and she did admit that "Jerry" might be her dad at the end of the episode. And then those flowers wilted. What will it all mean? The bad guys were two dudes who robbed a bank some years ago and dragged the bank's innocent manager and fellow problem-gambler with them to prison. Gladys rejecting the lighter vessel after they caught the first soul was such a classic DMV moment. She whipped out the giant rejection stamp, an appeals process, and her service window rapidly closed after the incident. You almost forget you're at a DMV until you realize yeah, that is Hell. Can all the escapees walk through walls? I don't remember that being the case before, and I don't know what gives these two guys the power to do so, but the way Wang held Ben in the wall as a hostage, threatening to leave him there and let his body be split in two was another signature creepy move on the part of this show's writers. They let us ha-ha it up, and then make us beg for the characters' lives. And, um, I like it. I'm still surprised Ben isn't sick of near-death experiences yet. But the guys, of course, captured the other soul in the end, and in a real good-guy move, gave the remainder of the stolen cash to the wrongly-accused bank manager. We also know that now Josie and Andi are in cahoots to find out what the guys have been up to, seeing as Sock suddenly has money out of nowhere, Josie knows they've been breaking into her office, and Sam has a girlfriend he's been keeping a secret. Are the guys busted? I want to see how creative J&A will be to try and figure it out. But really, I just want to see how it'll go down if/when they do. It wasn't really an episode full of answers, though it brought up way more questions that will keep me glued in the coming weeks. And it only makes me sad that because of the writers' strike there are only a handful of new episodes left this season for us to see and find out. And next week is a rerun. Until then, guys! For more Reaper goodness, check out our Online Video Guide. show less
Episode Recap: "Cash Out"This show makes me wonder what I would do if I were put in the same situations Sam gets shoved into, these tests of honor and morals that give the Devil a clue about what kind of a person he is. Like, would I keep $6 million I found in a closet? I probably wouldn't have bought a gold bling belt, but I probably would purchase a spa day. And a house. And a room full of candy. Sam, you're a better person than I.Okay, down to business. Aren't Sam and Cady great together? I mean now that he's her boyfriend and all. They seem to have nice chemistry, even though she's a weirdo who brings her dead pets to drinky-time. But there's still Andi. Not that I blame her for that forlorn look she had when the guys told her about Sam's new girl who they didn't trust. Andi: "So what's wrong with her?"Ben: "She's a huge fan of Lionel Richie."Not that that really helps when you like a guy who you maybe plan on asking out some time in the next century. Maybe.I was glad that the c... read more

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Premiered: September 25, 2007, on CW
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: A slacker becomes a reluctant bounty hunter for the Devil after his soul is accidentally sold to Satan by his parents, and he tracks down evil escapees to return them to hell.

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