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      Season 2 – Deadbeat

      2015 Comedy List
      Reviews 97% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score Kevin Pacalioglu (played by the infinitely likeable Tyler Labine), is definitely not your average New Yorker. "Pac," as he's known, is rather clueless, and definitely short on money, but he does have a gift that sets him apart -- he sees dead people. And talks to them. And tries to help them resolve their unfinished issues, though he readily admits there's not a lot of money to be made in helping ghosts. A stay in jail introduces Pac to Clyde Shapiro, an equally unambitious resident of Brooklyn, who allows Pac to share his apartment. Once he learns Pac's secret, though, he eagerly offers to help Pac use his gift to make money. Read More Read Less Watch on Vudu Premiered May 20 Buy Now

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      Episode 1 Aired Apr 20, 2015 The Ex-orcism Unable to move on into the light, Sue believes her unfinished business might be to reconnect with a handsome ex who accidentally blew her off; Camomile is struggling with her paranormal reality show. Details Episode 2 Aired Apr 20, 2015 Table for Sue Pac agrees to help out a new upscale restaurant haunted by the ghost of a previous chef; Pac has a romantic date with Sue; Pac accidentally reveals to Camomile he's keeping Sue's finger to keep her here as a ghost. Details Episode 3 Aired Apr 20, 2015 Ghosts Just Wanna Have Fun Pac begins work for Camomile as her head of security; a lonely Sue befriends a mischievous ghost named Millie. Details Episode 4 Aired Apr 20, 2015 Last Dance With Edith Jane At a nursing home, a 1920s Broadway dancer disrupts the filming Camomile's show; the ghost can't move on until he's shared one final dance with his former dance partner. Details Episode 5 Aired Apr 20, 2015 The Occult Leader At an upscale hair salon, Pac encounters a group of starry-eyed cultists awaiting directions to Pluto; Sue is hurt when she discovers that Pac has been working for Camomile behind her back. Details Episode 6 Aired Apr 20, 2015 Good Will Haunting Pac takes a job at a school to try and help the ghost of a janitor; while Sue and Roofie attempt to get to know each other, Millie steals Sue away to introduce her to possession. Details Episode 7 Aired Apr 20, 2015 The Blowfish Job Pac's father's apartment is haunted by the ghost of a Japanese man who's ashamed of his sushi chef daughter; Camomile has Pac's TV show canceled. Details Episode 8 Aired Apr 20, 2015 The Spank Job Pac agrees to help a ghost rescue his girlfriend from their Y2K bunker, now trapped underneath a sperm bank. Details Episode 9 Aired Apr 20, 2015 The Emancipation Apparition Pac and Sue's romantic vacation at the Waldorf Astoria is interrupted by the ghost of President Lincoln, who needs them to recreate the play he was infamously assassinated at so he can move on. Details Episode 10 Aired Apr 20, 2015 The Unholy Trinity Frustrated that they can't consummate their relationship physically, Pac and Sue hire Beth, a willing sex vessel for Sue to possess. Details Episode 11 Aired Apr 20, 2015 The Polaroid Flasher Roofie is arrested for drug dealing; Pac encounters the ghost of a surly 1980s cop who's obsessed with closing his last case -- a serial flasher; Sue and Millie share a romantic moment. Details Episode 12 Aired Apr 20, 2015 The Ghost of Christmas Presents Pac meets the ghost of a mall Santa who steals and won't return the bag of weed with Sue's finger; Millie takes Sue to a ghost party. Details Episode 13 Aired Apr 20, 2015 Finger F...ked Pac prepares a surprise party for Roofie's return from prison; Camomile wakes up from a drug-induced stupor to discover a video of herself possessed by Millie. Details

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      Audience Member By far the best in the series, season two is more funnier, more cartoonish and had less Chamomile in it. The show actually takes the time to develop characters and complete plot holes. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member hilarious low brow humor . quite an improvement from season 1 Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review t g Deadbeat is dumb and brilliant in all the best ways. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review Audience Member It's a funny show but I find that it is insensitive on certain themes such as 9/11 and making fun with suicide, which I think it is not appropriate to make fun with those themes no matter the type of show. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member I can't get enough. This show is so silly and hilarious!! Please bring on Season 3!!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member Love this show. Lot's of little details to catch too. It's fun when the writers do nside jokes. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a review

      Season Info

      Todd Biermann, Heath Cullens
      Executive Producer
      Troy Miller, Cody Heller, Brett Konner
      Cody Heller, David Baldy, J. Michael Feldman, Justin Shipley, Charlie Sanders, Brett Konner, Dan Lagana, Debbie Jhoon, Jordan Shipley
      Original Language
      Release Date
      Apr 20, 2015