Spoilers for last night's "Reaper" coming up just as soon as I wish that I had Jessie's girl...
We have three episodes to go in this second, and likely final, season of "Reaper," and it looks like the show is once again picking up its game just as we get close to the end of the year.
"My Brother's Reaper" was a lot of fun, between the Church of Steventology, Morgan making himself (too) at home at the guys' place, the planning and execution of Ted's non-bachelor party (and, for that matter, Ted's evil scheme to get his job back), and the entire mission with Michael Weaver as the wealthy, polar bear-armed d-bag who hoped to repent in the 11th hour, but didn't know how.
Nina's kiss of Sam now makes more sense -- she was checking him out to see if he'd need to be put down like Morgan -- and in the show's cosmology, Morgan's death doesn't mean we're actually rid of him, since we know Hell is so easy to escape from.
Andi-as-boss was a bad idea from the start, and while Missi Peregrym and Bret Harrison still don't have much chemistry together, it was nice to see them at least goofing off and enjoying each other's company at the end of the episode. And Rick Gonzalez and Ray Wise continue to kill every joke they're given.
If I'm correct and this is going to be the end of the show, I'm glad it's at least going out on a strong note, as opposed to the meandering first half of the season. Maybe if there's a miraculous renewal, whoever's running things next season can find a way to start out strong, instead of taking months to get their acts together.
What did everybody else think?