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29 of the Best Christmas-Themed Episodes of TV
Each year, we look for ways to get into the holiday spirit. While watching some movies set at Christmas is one way to do it, tuning into some holiday-themed episodes of your favorite TV shows can also be a fun treat — and a chance to revisit characters and worlds you haven’t seen in quite some time. From laugh-out-loud comedies to thrilling dramas, these are some of the best Christmas-themed episodes out there.
Laugh-Out-Loud Christmas-Themed Sitcom Episodes
There are plenty to choose from when it comes to great Christmas-themed sitcom episodes. Centering on Abed (Danny Pudi), Community ‘s “Abed’s Uncontrollable Christmas” is a great place to start if you’re looking to laugh away the struggles that inevitably come with the supposed joy of the holiday season. Plus, it comes complete with a nostalgia-inducing claymation segment.
Then, of course, you can always count on Parks & Rec to bring the hilarity; the Christmas-themed episode “Citizen Knope” certainly does not disappoint. It finds Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) struggling to find ways to keep herself occupied while suspended from the department. Little does she know that the entire office is plotting to create the perfect Christmas gift for her.
Or, if you’re in the mood for a little more action, check out Brooklyn Nine-Nine ‘s “Yippie Kayak.” Here, things get real when Jake (Andy Samberg), Gina (Chelsea Peretti), and Charles (Joe Lo Truglio) find themselves trapped in a department store with a robbery underway. Terry (Terry Crews) decides to abandon his own holiday plans to come to their aid in a mixture of typical sitcom fun with a Die Hard -style twist.
From Happy Endings and Schitt’s Creek to Fresh Off the Boat , here are our other top sitcom picks:
- Happy Endings : “No-Ho-Ho,” Season 3, Ep 7
- Ted Lasso : “Carol of the Bells,” S2, Ep 4
- Schitt’s Creek : “Merry Christmas, Johnny Rose,” S4, Ep 13
- Fresh Off the Boat : “The Real Santa” S2, Ep 10
- Curb Your Enthusiasm : “Mary, Joseph, and Larry,” S3, Ep 9
- It’s Always Sunny : “A Very Sunny Christmas,” S6, Ep 13
- 30 Rock : “Ludachristmas,” S2, Ep 9
Must-Watch Animated Christmas Classics
Enjoy some animated holiday fun this season with some adult (and kid-friendly) episodes of hit animated shows. Bob’s Burgers has quite a few Christmas-themed episodes that are worth a rewatch. But one of our favorites is season 7’s “The Last Gingerbread House on the Left” in which we see Bob pulled into the holiday spirit when he winds up involved in an epic gingerbread house-building competition with Mr. Fischoeder and his friends.
But, outside of hanging with the Belchers, you can also take a trip down memory lane with Hey Arnold — or see how the Land of Ooo does the holidays by tuning into Adventure Time . Our other animated picks include:
- Hey Arnold : “Arnold’s Christmas,” S1, Ep 18
- Bob’s Burgers : “The Bleakening,” S8, Eps 6/7
- Futurama : “Xmas Story,” S2, Ep 4
- Adventure Time : “Holly Jolly Secrets,” S3, Eps 19/20
Christmas with Sci-Fi and Fantastical Twists
If you find yourself in need of a break from Christmas carols and gift wrapping, check out these Christmas-themed episodes that offer something a little different. You can always count on The X-Files for plenty of wild twists and turns — and “Christmas Carol” is no different. Scully (Gillian Anderson) visits her family for Christmas, only to receive a mysterious phone call that leads her to investigate the death of woman who may not be a stranger after all…
Black Mirror also has a classic — and very different — holiday episode called “White Christmas.” Starring Mad Men ‘s Jon Hamm, it has become one of the series’ most popular installments. In typical Black Mirror fashion, three tales centering on Christmas and technology go awry and weave together satisfyingly, all while presenting you with a lot of bizarre, but not to far-fetched, concepts to mull over.
We also recommend getting a little weird this Christmas with these shows:
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer : “Amends,” S3, Ep 10
- Lost Girl : “Groundhog Fae,” S4, Ep 8
Add in a Litter Christmas Drama to Your TV Viewing
Looking for a bit of holiday drama? Rest assured you won’t be disappointed when you hang out with the memorable characters in Netflix’s Orange Is the New Black . From Red’s (Kate Mulgrew) attempts to reclaim her kitchen to the cast’s attempts to stage a Christmas pageant, you’ll find plenty to love about the Christmas-themed season 1 finale.
Next, get ready to party like it’s 1964 with a special Christmas episode of Mad Men that sees SCDP throw an elaborate Christmas party. Meanwhile, there’s plenty of drama to go around in the private life of the firm’s employees in the iconic “Christmas Comes But Once a Year.”
Revel in drama — the kind not caused by your own family — this season with these other standout Christmas episodes:
- My So-Called Life : “So-Called Angels,” S1, Ep 15
- Pose : “Giving and Receiving,” S1, Ep 3
- Six Feet Under: Pilot
No matter how long ago they were made, some classic comedies are just as hilarious decades later. Such is the case with the episodes you’ll find here. For example, Seinfeld ‘s “The Strike” is the episode that brought the world the magic of “Festivus,” a holiday invented by George’s (Jason Alexander) dad as an answer to the commercialism of Christmas.
Or see how the Golden Girls handle the hilarity of holiday in “Twas the Nightmare Before Christmas.” From being held hostage by a Santa gone rogue to a freak winter storm, the girls keep coming up against new obstacles while attempting to make it home to their families on Christmas. Thankfully, they have their own chosen family to cherish the season with.
Looking to keep it classic? Our other picks include:
- Fresh Prince of Bel-Air : “Christmas Show,” S2, Ep 13
- The Mary Tyler Moore Show : “Christmas and the Hard Luck Kid,” S1, Ep 14
- Frasier : “High Holidays,” S11, Ep 11
No matter what genre you’re in the mood to watch, you’re sure to get into the Christmas spirit with these beloved TV shows.
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Samantha and Jay throw caution to the wind when they convert their recently inherited country estate into a bed-and-breakfast. Call it mislaid plans. Not only is the place falling apart, but it's also inhabited by spirits of previous residents -- whom only Samantha can see and hear. Ghosts spins the funny, heartfelt story about a newfound dream that reveals connection and self-discovery aren't just for the living.
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After learning that Pete's daughter, Laura is getting married, Sam, at Pete's behest, tries to convince her to hold her wedding at Woodstone B&B. Also, Alberta and Isaac team up to solve the mystery of what happened to Crash's head.
When teen ghost Stephanie, who lives in the attic, awakens to find that her crush Trevor is now dating Hetty, she decides to sabotage all the relationships at Woodstone.
Sam, Jay and the ghosts go into detective mode when Sam's podcast editor gives her one last episode to wrap up Alberta's murder. Also, Trevor, Flower and Pete discover an email from a Nigerian prince asking for help.
When a woman shows up claiming to be the rightful heir to Woodstone Mansion, Sam and Jay enlist the help of a lawyer. Meanwhile, Isaac tries to decide how to spend half of Sam's advance on his autobiography. Also, a surprise event takes place that could dramatically change life at the manor.
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Ghosts season 2: how to watch and everything we know about the comedy
The hit comedy Ghosts is back with its second season.
A breakout hit of the 2021-2022 TV season, Ghosts is back on CBS and giving audiences another frighteningly good time.
Ghosts became the latest example of an original British show adapted for and enjoyed by US audiences. It joins the likes of The Office , Shameless , House of Cards and Love Island USA , just to name a few. The American creators behind Ghosts , Joe Port and Joe Wiseman, would probably love to have the same kind of success that those shows have had.
But before we can talk about Ghosts' place in the British-to-America pantheon, Ghosts season 2 looks to show that season 1 was no fluke. Here is everything we know about Ghosts season 2.
How to watch Ghosts season 2
Ghosts season 2 has wrapped up, but you can catch up with all of the episodes of the comedy on Paramount Plus .
Check out what else if on US TV tonight with WTW's US TV listings .
Who is in the Ghosts season 2 cast?
The entire main cast is back for the new season. This includes Rose McIver, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Brandon Scott Jones, Danielle Pinnock and more. Here is the entire principal cast and who they play:
- Rose McIver as Samantha
- Utkarsh Ambudkar as Jay
- Brandon Scott Jones as Isaac
- Richie Moriarity as Pete
- Danielle Pinnock as Alberta
- Asher Grodman as Trevor
- Roman Zaragoza as Sasappis
- Sheila Carrasco as Flower
- Rebecca Wisocky as Hetty
- Devan Chandler Long as Thorfinn
By the way, at a recent Comic-Con event, the cast revealed who they'd love to guest star on the show. Hint, the person is an EGOT winner and is currently a host on a famous daytime talk show. Take a look at who they want on the series (we fast-forwarded the clip to the moment in question).
What is the Ghosts plot?
Ghosts follows a young couple, Samantha and Jay, that inherit an old country house and have aspirations to turn it into a bed & breakfast. However, after suffering an accident while at the house, Samantha begins to see the handful of ghosts that occupy the home. They all must learn to live together and help each other out.
The Ghosts season 1 finale saw two big developments. First, the ghost of Revolutionary War soldier Isaac finally reveals his true, romantic feelings for a ghost British soldier. Meanwhile, just as Samantha and Jay are ready to open their B&B, they are told about a curse that was set upon them shortly after moving in by Thorfinn, before they all became friends. With the only way to remove the curse potentially risking Samantha’s ability to communicate with the ghosts, she decides to dismiss it. However, as they welcome their first guests the floors of the house crumble beneath them.
So the ramifications of the very real curse are going to have to be addressed in Ghosts season 2. Can Samantha and Jay still open their B&B? Is Samantha going to decide to give up her new ability to talk with the dead? What other problems from the ghosts’ past will come to light?
CBS has revealed the official plot synopsis for the Ghosts season 2 premiere. Titled "Spies," the episode sees Sam enlists the ghosts to help secure a good review from an overly critical couple staying at the B&B. Also, Isaac tries to integrate Nigel into his friend group.
Catch up with some of what's happened so far this season with our Ghosts episode recaps:
- Ghosts : The Christmas Spirit recap
- Ghosts season 2 episode 11 recap
- Ghosts season 2 episode 12 recap
- Ghosts season 2 episode 13 recap
- Ghosts season 2 episode 14 recap
Ghosts UK and Ghosts US collide
For those fans that were familiar with the original UK version of Ghosts and were hoping for some kind of crossover between the two shows, we have some good news. It’s kind of happening in the new season. Actor Mathew Baynton, who portrays Thomas Thorne in Ghosts season 4 in the UK is guest starring in the US iteration of the show. When discussing his US stint with Entertainment Weekly , Baynton stated:
"When I was invited to play a guest role in the CBS version of Ghosts , I was a little concerned that the two universes colliding would tear a hole in the fabric of time and space. Thankfully, that didn't happen and instead, I had a lot of fun playing with a bunch of very lovely funny people."
Is there a Ghosts season 2 trailer?
Here's the original first-look trailer for Ghosts season 2.
The Ghosts team also shared a blooper reel from season 1 as part of their Comic-Con 2022 presentation. Enjoy!
Is there going to be a Ghosts season 3?
More Ghosts is coming on CBS, as the network has officially renewed the comedy series for a season 3.
"This season, executive producers Joe Port, Joe Wiseman and the brilliant cast delivered episodes that far surpassed our expectations. From the opening of the Woodstone B&B to epic Halloween and Christmas episodes , we have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know our Ghosts even better. Much like our viewers, we love them more each and every week," said Amy Reisenbach, president of CBS Entertainment. "As the series continues to win fans on broadcast and streaming, we're thrilled to bring back this touching and hilarious comedy for a third season."
Ghosts season 2 is going to continue its run for the rest of the 2022-2023 TV season, with Ghosts season 3 arriving in the fall for the 2023-2024 season.
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It’s more than just a resolution to last season’s big “Who got ‘sucked off’?” cliffhanger that has us eager for the return of Ghosts .
Season 3 of the hit CBS comedy may not premiere for a long while given the current WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, but that’s not stopping us from putting together a wish list for the forthcoming episodes. Of course, we have a preferred way that we’d like to see that aforementioned cliffhanger scenario play out. But more than that, we’re looking ahead to some other unresolved mysteries involving two spirits that are due for answers.
Meanwhile, a dead-in-the-water romance has us begging for mercy on behalf of a ghost. And then there’s our livings: Jay and Sam’s previous possession adventures have us dreaming up crazy ideas that would shake things up for the married couple.
Plus, we’re putting in a special guest star request for some of Rose McIver’s former TV castmates to drop by the comedy and stage a mini reunion.
What do we hope to see happen in Season 3? Read on for our 5 WANTS, and the 1 thing we DO NOT WANT. (And just a reminder that while the Season 3 premiere date is TBD, you can watch UK’s Ghosts on CBS this fall .)
WANT: Answers about two deaths
Thus far, the show has shared the circumstances under which most of the ghosts died, even detailing how Trevor lost his pants that fateful night and revealing who murdered Alberta after a season-long whodunnit. But much remains unknown about how exactly Sas and Hetty lost their lives. Were their deaths humorous mistakes, tragic accidents or tragically intentional? (We don’t trust that Elias Woodstone!) All we know is we can’t wait to find out.
WANT: Pete to move on from his crush
Pete’s feelings for Alberta were cute at first, if slightly out of nowhere, but the jazz singer doesn’t seem to have any romantic interest in the troop leader. Not only has she never returned his feelings, but many times, she’s tried to dismiss them, leading the rest of the ghosts to make fun of constantly rejected Pete. And he’s far too sweet and good to perpetually be crushing on someone who’s just not that into him. (Plus, all the main ghosts hooking up with each other is getting to be a bit too much.)
WANT: Jay to (temporarily) see ghosts
One of the best episodes featured Jay being possessed by Hetty, so let’s take things one step further and let him see the ghosts for just one installment, while his wife Sam loses her ability. Not only would it be loads of fun — just imagine D&D buds Jay and Pete seeing each other for the first time! — but swapping places would also allow Jay and Sam to truly experience and understand the other’s unique situation.
WANT: iZombie guest stars
The CBS comedy has done a stellar job with its guest casting, employing the likes of Veep vet Matt Walsh as Hetty’s husband, Superstore standout Nichole Sakura as Sas’ love interest and Brandon Scott Jones’ The Other Two costar Drew Tarver as a cult leader. But we’d like to put in a special request for one (or more) of leading lady Rose McIver’s iZombie castmates to pop by. We can picture any of the talented and funny actors from the CW dramedy — Robert Buckley, David Anders, Aly Michalka, Rahul Kohli or Malcolm Goodwin — easily fitting into the ensemble, be it as a living or a spirit.
WANT: Sam possessed by Flower
Yes, Sam has already been possessed by Thorfinn. But the brief yet brilliant snippet of her playing Flower during a reenactment on Dumb Deaths , not to mention the instances when she’s walked through the high hippie, have us wishing for an entire episode of Sam-as-Flower. We have no doubt that McIver could pull it off to hilarious effect.
DO NOT WANT: To lose any series regulars
We hope the Season 2 finale’s cliffhanger ending — who, if anyone, got “sucked off” into the great beyond? — has a satisfying and dramatic conclusion that more than makes the long wait for Season 3 worth it. But at the same time, we would hate to see any of the main ghosts that we’ve come to know and love depart the earthly plane for good. It’s just too soon in the show’s life to lose a series regular and to mess with the ensemble’s chemistry. So while it might feel like somewhat of a cheat for a “lesser” character to go, we’d be OK with it if it was done in a fun, inventive way that still had repercussions for our beloved ghosts and/or Sam and Jay.
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I want Jay and Sam to have a kid that can see ghosts.
Kids see ghosts up to a certain age. If you want their kid to continue to seeing ghosts then they will need a NED just like what Sam had.
NDE you mean.
Yeah that’s what I meant 😅
Hypotheses-kids grow out of seeing ghosts because everyone tells them ghosts aren’t real. If Jay and Sam tell their kid that the ghosts are real and the kid sees his mother talking to them, the child might not grow out of it.
Little Pete (Arrow’d Pete’s grandson) must already be past that age. Otherwise he would have seen and heard his grandpa and perhaps tried to overrule his control freak grandmother.
Please, no kid! I feel this would be the kiss of…well…death to the series!
If iZombie folks ever guest star, I’d love one of Utkarsh’s Freestyle buddies to show up (like Lin Manuel Miranda).
Just finished S2 and I second Jay getting to actually see the ghosts for an episode. That would be fun and help his character “grow”.
Alberta would make sense to be the one to leave, but it would be sad to lose anyone at this point.
I agree Alberta makes sense given her murderer has been exposed and she forgives Hetty for not telling her it was her son.
I also see possibly Nigel being one to go as he has not only forgiven his killer but also declared his love and accepted a proposal.
While I see these as possibilities I would hate to lose anyone as well. The BBC version of Ghosts had a favorite of mine “sucked off” because she grew as a person finally. I hate to see her go but it made sense for her to do so. This American versions should do the same.
Love the series can’t wait to find out who it was hopefully not one of the couples I would also like to see Jay see ghost so he can connect more with the family!!!
the only way they would consider having one of the 8 leave would be if the actor decided to move on, and from what I have heard, all signed for the new season and of the recurring ghosts, the only one I wouldn’t miss is the prom girl from the attic
No kids.. I agree- it’s the kiss of death to good show. Also, my vote goes towards writing out & Get rid the dirty basement female ghost. So sorry but She’s Not good entertainment.
Or the headless guy, Crash I believe. Altho it was hilarious when Hetty tossed his head in the bushes, then Flower tossed it, lol. Hetty is Hoot!
Your list is spot on! I would add if the Ghosts themselves could switch “bodies”?? This is the #1 show I am going to miss waiting for the strikes to end.
Would love to see Colin O’Donoghue make a guest appearance as he and Rose gave great performances as Hook and Tinkerbell on OUAT.
Jay to fall down the stairs and see ghosts because he died. He doesn’t realize and nobody will tell him. Play it off with him not knowing for years.
Am I alone in thinking that Nigel is the one that got sucked off?
No, that was the most popular idea when the show aired. It seems like they’ve milked all the possible humor/story out of that relationship.
I think there’s still plenty more they can do with those two. We have 250 years’ worth of their history as rivals that could be fun to explore, especially in the context of how their interactions affected other parts of their afterlives, there’s the possibility of a ghost wedding and all the leadup to that and they’re living together now, so that alone can bring plenty of funny story material. And depending on what happens with the success or lack thereof of Isaac’s book, maybe that has some kind of effect on their relationship as well? Stuff like that. . Plus, they’re a same-sex couple on a TV show, and one that’s on CBS at that. Unless one of the actors chose to leave for whatever reason, I can’t imagine the show wanting to mess with that if they can help it. . I’m in the camp of either some really minor ghost got sucked off, or nobody did and that light was signaling something else. The ghost rules are always changing, after all, they can easily find an alternate explanation for that light. Even if a character did leave, who’s to say they can’t return? The show could find some kind of fun loophole for that setup, too, if they wanted to do so. As Elias showed us last season, characters can make weekend visits from hell, after all, so… . But yeah, I too wouldn’t want to lose any of the main ghosts, or Nigel, or Nancy, for that matter. I feel like everyone’s become so conditioned to expect shows to write characters off nowadays for drama/shock value. I don’t care if they find some kind of “cop out” solution that keeps all the main ghosts here, I’m fine with that. Like the article says, even if it is some minor ghost who left, they can still find a way to mine some good humor/drama from that if need be.
I feel the same way. I’ve been watching the Nisaac relationship bloom since the D&D episode, I’ve cheered with joy as I saw them kiss, and I squealed with joy as Isaac got down on one knee. I cannot bear to see Nigel get sucked off before they get married!
I think it makes more sense for Albert to be the one… her murder if finally resolved and she forgave Hetty. There’s nothing left unresolved for her (that we know about wink).
Too close to the “bury your gays” trope. I’m guessing it’s either going to be Crash or cholera victim Nancy.
I thought Crash too or Attic Girl, hope it’s not Nancy. But who got sucked off must have had some conclusion to their story. They might have to do some backstory on how whoever got sucked off had a resolution that we as viewers were not aware of.
Absolutely agree it’s Nigel who got sucked off. There’s a spare in the shed!
Loved the UK series but loving this too and can’t wait for season 3.
My favourite quote is season 2: “let me ride you while you get sucked off”.
Great ideas, TV Line!
This an pretty popular fan theory about Hetty’s death and I agree with it. She fell down the stairs just like Sam did and I know she mentioned in passing that she died wearing high heels which is conclusive in making someone lose their footing especially heels are known to be slippery and uncomfortable. Also when she saw the EMTs take Sam she immediately turned to Trevor and called him a murderer since she was so appalled that he accidentally hurt her descendant. In the UK series Franny Hetty’s counterpart died from being pushed out of a window and when Alison was pushed by Julian. She told the ghosts that came after her more specifically The Captain her cause of death being murdered by her husband. But in Hetty’s case Elias predeceased her by having a vengeful vault maker lock him inside his secret vault so he couldn’t done it since he was trapped inside for a century. Fingers crossed that confirm that’s truly the case with Hetty. As for Sass anything could had happened with his death, but it doesn’t appear that it was an accident it could been an undiagnosed health issue that creeped up on him like an severe asthma attack, blood clout, sudden unexpected death in epilepsy, brain hemorrhage things his tribe medicine people couldn’t prevent because he did die very unexpectedly for an person his age and I estimate that to be early to mid 20s (I know Roman Zaragoza is 27 so I’m putting Sass in the same age range as him for clarification reasons). Hope this has been helpful for you TVLINE and all my fellow Ghosts fans who just have to tap into their inner detective to solve one or many of life well rather TV’s mysteries.
I don’t want Jay to ever see the ghosts! That would ruin the charm of the show.
I think having him see them just ONCE would be great.
Hope “Ghosts” is luckier than “Bob Hearts Abishola”, which reduced all it’s regulars to recurring except the 2 leads after it’s 4th season. Would hate for all the ghosts to just recur with us just seeing 2 or 3 ghosts each episode.
Haven’t binge S2 yet but a Ghost investigation team comes to the B&B
I said after S2 ended and still believe – It’s a trick and nobody got sucked off, the light was someone new arriving. Similar to how the maid appeared in the Halloween episode. If anyone did leave I don’t think it was any of the main ghosts, it will be one of the cholera pit people instead, maybe it could be Nancy and how is told in flashbacks. But I’m still leaning toward a fake out of an arrival instead of a departure. As for Hetty and Sas I agree I’d like to hear their stories too. It seems like they’ve hinted a lot at drugs for Hetty with all her comments on why would it be around long enough to go bad or telling Sam to just take this and that combination. Sas though, no idea, wonder if they’ll either make it very bizarre or build it up then have it turn out to be really mundane.
That’s what I’m hoping for, a new arrival
Totally agree about wanting to know how Hetty and Sas died. I would also like for them (and Pete) to discover their ghost powers. If I’m not mistaken, for the main eight ghosts, we know everyone else’s cause of death and their power. I like that we didn’t learn all of them in season one, but by season three I think we’re ready to know them all.
Great fun program,
I am fully with you on not wanting to lose any regulars, but also on wanting Jay to see ghosts too. In fact, I was disappointed when the season 1 finale set up a scenario where maybe he could see them all of the time, and they didn’t follow through on that. I think it would open up way more story possibilities if Sam doesn’t always have to fill him in on what’s going on. Eventually that’s going to paint them into a corner
With all the strikes going on in Hollywood, will we even have new episodes in 2023-2024? Or will we have to wait until 2024-2025?
A guest appearance by Lizzy Caplan (Masters of Sex), She could be anything with her range.
When the show returns in 2025.
For sure, I hope it’s just an incidental character who got sucked off at the end of last season
Thorfinn gets entirely too bloodthirsty sometimes, bragging about evisceration, torture and cannibalism. Please tone down some of his stories. And Jay saw the ghosts already, while Hetty possessed him. He should remember the incident and who he saw then, perhaps in a dream?
In that episode, when Hetty possessed Jay, he/she could not see or interact with the other ghosts.
Would love to see more of the BBC “Ghosts” cast appear whether as their BBC characters Charlotte Ritchie as Allison and Kiell Smith-Bynoe as Mike visiting Sam and Jay’s bed and breakfast or the BBC Ghost actors as new characters. . Hopefully after the BBC episodes air on CBS there will be more people asking for this.
“the BBC Ghost actors as new characters.” Wasn’t that the “Dumb Deaths” actor, the British guy who was gonna play Pete/ended up playing Flower’s boyfriend when the show decided to tell her story instead?
Would anybody be curious to see anymore cast members from the U.K. version of Ghosts guest star on the American series? What about a cross over between the two shows?
Like to see sam go out more and see other ghosts, like at a store or something. Seeing the types of ghosts and abilities is the best part.
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