A member of the original British cast of the hit comedy Ghosts joins the cast as a substitute Scoutmaster Pete.
As a guest star, Mathew Baynton portrays Pete, while actress and comedian Rose Abdoo plays the documentary’s producer.
We witnessed a father-and-son reunion on Ghosts Season 2 Episode 7 due to Sam’s ghostly abilities and strategically placed windows in both the Farnsby and Woodstone mansions.
Thor is paternal! Sam encounters a Viking ghost who reveals himself to be Bjorn, the son of Thor, during a yard sale at the Farnsby residence. Bjorn, who was searching for his father, perished on the Farnsby estate.
Thor and Bjorn have lived just two houses apart for a millennium. (See the summary below) Fans are eager to learn more about the upcoming episode of Ghosts (2021). At www.tvacute.com, you can obtain a synopsis and trailer for the Ghosts Season 2 Episode 7 titled “Dumb Deaths.”
Season 2 Episode 7 of Ghosts Spoilers
Mathew Baynton, well-known to fans of the original British sitcom Ghosts for his role as 19th-century romantic poet Thomas Thorne, has joined the popular CBS sitcom’s original U.K. cast. It’s all in the supernatural family.
In the American series, he portrays a haughty real-life actor who was paid by the tacky reality show “Dumb Deaths” to portray the humiliating arrow-to-the-neck death of Scoutmaster Pete (Richie Moriarty).
Sam (Rose McIver) and Jay (Utkarsh Ambudkar) try in vain to persuade the hard-nosed producer (Reboot’s hilarious Rose Abdoo) to tone down the Pete-bashing while Hetty (Rebecca Wisocky) is awestruck by how this woman makes all the decisions.
The Cast of Ghosts Season 2
Samantha and Jay are played by Rose McIver and Utkarsh Ambudkar, respectively. Brandon Scott Jones reprises his role as Isaac, Richie Moriarty that of Pete, Danielle Pinnock that Alberta, and Asher Grodman that of Trevor.
Román Zaragoza portrays Sasappis, Sheila Carrasco portrays Flower, Rebecca Wisocky portrays Hetty, and Devan Chandler Long portrays Thorfinn.
Felicia Shulman, Mark Linn-Baker, Christian Jadah, Lindsey Broad, Kelly Craig, and Robert J. Tavenor appear as guest stars.
Ghosts Season 2 Episode 7 Release Date on CBS
The seventh episode of the second season of Ghosts will air on November 10. “Ghosts” premieres on Thursday on CBS. Each episode will premiere on Paramount+ on Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT (at 8 p.m.
The CBS All Access app has been rebranded as Paramount+, and new episodes of “Ghosts” are now available with Live TV the day after their Hulu premiere.
Ghosts Season 2 Episode 6 Recap on CBS
Thor is delighted to see his son because, when he left, Bjorn was a young child who could not even say “father.” But then he discovers something that fills him with terror: Bjorn married a Dane and had children with her.
Thor only agrees to go up to the window where he can yell across to Bjorn (in a window at the Farnsby residence) so that he can officially disown his son.
Flower and Isaac attempt to persuade him to see his son, who has been waiting to see him for one thousand years.
Isaac tries to console Thor when he accuses his son of being a traitor by saying, “Well, you know, Benedict Arnold was a traitor, but he was still a great dinner-party guest.” When Bjorn refers to Thor as “father,” however, Thor’s ice-cold Viking heart begins to melt. He adores his spectral son!
Less endearing is what Sam and Jay endure at the Farnsby residence while attempting to rejoin the Vikings. Henry is surprised by Jay’s inquisitiveness when he picks up an inverted pineapple statue because he is aware that Sam is interested in fruit sculpture.
Not helpful is Jay’s incessant discussion of Sam’s passion for the subject in college. Jay and Sam are unharmed, but those poor children have utterly failed to get along with their neighbors.
Since ghosts do not require currency, it appears that they settled on their own method of payment a few centuries ago. According to Isaac, Hetty has amassed a large number of back rubs due to her “shrewd haggling and general aversion to physical touch, which causes her to never cash them in.”
Hetty has no time for complaints from new money, so Trevor, the newest ghost and the one who receives the fewest back rubs, is bothered by it the most.
Trevor devises a scheme to produce an alternative form of currency to compete with Hetty’s and return to the game. Obviously, everything backfires on him. Trevor decides to begin purchasing and selling TV Time.
Therefore, the former is more accurate; he successfully convinces the majority of his fellow ghosts to sell him their TV Time in exchange for a few back rubs, allowing him to control the television for the following month.
Later, Hetty discovers Trevor sitting alone on the couch launching his ninth “Toe pick!” and the two have a very heartfelt conversation. Hetty observes that it appears he only valued money when he could share it with his loved ones.
She encourages Trevor to return the accumulated TV Time to its original owners. Hetty has been playing you the entire time! All she desired was for Trevor to release his stranglehold, regardless of the cost.
She begins stealing the television viewing time of others in exchange for back rubs. She has no desire for friendship.