Andy decides that the family will leave because he doesn't want Lisa filling Heidi's head with the idea that she is sick and needs to be on medication. As they are packing up to leave, the ghost of the stationmaster can be seen watching them. Joyce decides to stay and the ghosts of the slaves alert her to the stationmaster's presence. She sees him walking towards Heidi and when she attempts to warn her niece, the stationmaster turns his attention on her. Joyce coughs up a needle and begins to become sutured from the inside. Meanwhile, Lisa notices that Heidi has disappeared from the truck and she decides to check Joyce's trailer. She finds her sister strung from the ceiling and cuts the sutures just before the stationmaster is able to get them. When Lisa asks her sister where Heidi is, Joyce replies that "they know", which leads Lisa to accept her visions.
The show was an unexpected hit when it first premiered in 2021. Its unique blend of interesting characters, witty dialogue, and wholesome character moments made it hugely popular and one of the most talked about sitcoms of recent years. Starring former zombie (on iZombie) Rose McIver and Utkarsh Ambudkar, the series is an adaptation of the British show of the same name. In the first season, Sam (McIver) and her husband Jay (Ambudkar) inherit the rather excessively haunted Woodstone manor from a recently deceased relative of Sam's and decide to turn it into a bed & breakfast. One near-death experience later, Sam can now see and talk to ghosts, which sets off the sitcom's story.
We're not going to do a recap of the first season here (that's what this article is for) but we will say that over the course of the season, we get to know more about each of the ghosts haunting the property, from the 90s finance bro Trevor (Asher Grodman) to the lady of the manor, Hetty (Rebecca Wisocky), to the manor's oldest ghost, a rather affable (if loud) Viking called Thorfinn (Devan Chandler Long). Season 1 ended with Sam and Jay welcoming their first guests, only to promptly fall through a termite-infested portion of the floor.
Season 2 picks up immediately after and the situation is basically this: the B&B is still happening, Jay still can't see the ghosts even though he hit his head really hard, Isaac (Brandon Scott Jones) is now officially with Nigel (John Hartman), and everything else is almost exactly the same. But again, you're not here for a recap, you want to know if the show is still as good in its sophomore season. Well, we got our hands on the first three episodes and it most certainly is! Season 2 brings more laughs and dives even deeper into the lives of the ghosts, helping Sam and Jay grow in their still-living lives as well along the way.
For those who've yet to join the haunt, Ghosts follows Samantha and Jay, who inherit a dream estate from a distant relative, only to discover that their dream home is riddled with spirits who've died on the property. However, only Samantha can see the ghosts, having survived a near-death experience.
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