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Reaper Episode: "All Mine"

Season 1, Episode 3
Episode Synopsis: The Devil has Sam collect the soul of an angry mistress (Julia Anderson) because she's causing the deaths of people who get too close to her former lover by sending bugs to attack them. Meanwhile, Sam frets that Andi will quit the Work Bench. Colby Johannson.
Original Air Date: Oct 9, 2007
Guest Cast Colby Johannson Andrew Airlie Julia Anderson
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Season 1, Episode 3
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Length: 40:31
Aired: 10/9/2007
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"All Mine" Season 1, Episode 3

Poor Sam. Now more than ever it seems he's stuck in a situation where his cowardice and insecurities (and yet not his poor choice of a role model) is keeping him from getting the things he wants. So far, we know that he wants to go out with Andi and that he believes his life is worth more than his job at the Work Bench, but he still doesn't feel totally comfortable soul-catching for Leland Palmer the Devil. But at least he knows he's pretty good at that last one, especially when motivated by saving innocent people's lives. I say Sam's a god guy, he's just running in an odd crowd. Sam surrounds himself with a bunch of enablers. Like when Andi hit on him and asked him out, which he then declined? Declined?! Sock just backed him up with a "We're gonna donate some bone marrow to the needy" excuse instead. It seems that despite their good intentions, no one's really looking out for Sam's best interests, except maybe the Devil. Now there's irony. So why did Sam tell her no? Maybe he's that insecure about being near "educated" people? Or is he just not confident in himself? In this episode, Sam and the guys once again tried to figure out how the new vessel (a toaster this week) is going to land them some captive spirits. What a coincidence that the Devil showed up just to give Sam some advice on his life and his situation with Andi. It appears that the Devil is actually rooting for Sam to succeed, even though it's not in Ole Brimstone's own best interests. Could Ray Wise be the most likable Devil ever? And where are Sam's family and friends, the people who are really meant to give him good advice? As much as I love Sock, sometimes he's more like The Wizard of Oz's scarecrow in the group: no problems in the bravery or heart department, but the head's where it's often lacking. The team eventually captured this week's escaped soul, Gloria, a woman trying to stay with her earthly lover as long as possible. She turns herself into bees to scare away those who stand in her way. It was kind of cool to have a female villain, even if she wasn't all that awesome as a bad guy. Though Sam at least learned a thing or two about honor in the end, uttering, "The Devil's right.... I don't want to be miserable my whole life," regarding both his lack of initiative in a career and his relationship with Andi. Who knew the D-Man would be anyone's go-to guy for a moral compass? I don't know, but I'm glad someone on this show isn't afraid to use theirs to kick Sam's butt into gear. And maybe the boy will get himself into shape. Bonus business: " The Decemberists' "Perfect Crime 2" was playing in the bar. I highly recommend them. " The Devil and Mariska Hargitay partied it up at the Emmys. " "There's still hope for you. Hope in the form of toilets." (Boss Ted's inspirational speech). " "Hey, Broham, never tell Crazy that you were in it for the sex." Ah, words of wisdom. Check out some of our Reaper clips in our Online Video Guide. show less
Poor Sam. Now more than ever it seems he's stuck in a situation where his cowardice and insecurities (and yet not his poor choice of a role model) is keeping him from getting the things he wants. So far, we know that he wants to go out with Andi and that he believes his life is worth more than his job at the Work Bench, but he still doesn't feel totally comfortable soul-catching for Leland Palmer the Devil. But at least he knows he's pretty good at that last one, especially when motivated by saving innocent people's lives. I say Sam's a god guy, he's just running in an odd crowd.Sam surrounds himself with a bunch of enablers. Like when Andi hit on him and asked him out, which he then declined? Declined?! Sock just backed him up with a "We're gonna donate some bone marrow to the needy" excuse instead. It seems that despite their good intentions, no one's really looking out for Sam's best interests, except maybe the Devil. Now there's irony. So why did Sam tell her no? Maybe he's that... 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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