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  1. It's probably just in a handful of flashback episodes.
  2. I thought it was a pretty solid adaptation of the original episode from the UK version. Most of the changes definitely worked for me. I'll admit, though, that it kinda seemed a bit pat to me that the neighbours' comeuppance came from something the ghosts overheard at the party, and not how it happened originally. Then I remembered that Isaac said that one of the main reasons that he wanted to attend the party was to eavesdrop on the guests gossiping about the hosts when they were out of the room, which is exactly what happened. Still seemed a bit clunky, but the foreshadowing was pretty s
  3. I liked how they took the bare bones of the original episode's plot and completely reworked it. They took out what wouldn't work with this group (I really can't see any of them performing a ritual for a lunar eclipse, and the gags about the ruined meal wouldn't work with a professional chef in the house), added plenty of its own humour (flooreos!), and tweaked the rest of it enough to make it their own. Sure, a scene or two was a bit clunky, but for the most part it worked very well. If this is a sign of what they'll be doing going forward, I'm in for the long haul.
  4. It's a big house. He's probably in one of the back rooms, trying to get his body to pick his head up.
  5. This early? That's a really good sign for the show's longevity.
  6. Looks like tonight's episode will be based on one of the U.K. scripts.
  7. I'm thinking the Jester is either Ricky Gervais or Russell Brand.
  8. I'm honestly surprised that Hamster's item this week wasn't a photocopier.
  9. I imagine their story's about the same as the plague victims from the original.
  10. The clues were pointing me to Tim Allen, but I doubt that's his singing voice.
  11. We don't actually see her getting pushed, and it hasn't been mentioned (at least not in any of the episodes I've seen so far), so my theory is that the pigeon actually landed on her and knocked her off-balance, and Julian just took credit for it.
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