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‘Ghosts’ Season 2 Episode 8 Preview: Photos, Plot, Cast and Release Date
CBS’s Ghosts will return from a month-long break with season two episode eight, an episode that finds Sam and Jay turning to Alberta for help. Directed by Nick Wong from a script by Zora Bikangaga, episode eight – “The Liquor License” – will air on Thursday, December 8, 2022 at 8:30pm ET/PT.
Rose McIver and Utkarsh Ambudkar return as Samantha and Jay, the living residents of the mansion. Reprising their roles as the resident ghosts are Brandon Scott Jones as Isaac, Richie Moriarty as Pete, Danielle Pinnock as Alberta, and Asher Grodman as Trevor. Román Zaragoza stars as Sasappis, Sheila Carrasco plays Flower, Rebecca Wisocky is Hetty, and Devan Chandler Long plays Thorfinn.
Episode eight guest stars include Mark Andrada as Cyrus, Neil Crone as Ben Franklin, Kaliko Kauahi as Inspector Sherry, Jonathan Valvano as Blane, and Reanne Spitzer as Amanda.
“The Liquor License” Plot: Alberta’s expertise from her past comes in handy when Sam and Jay run into some complications during their Woodstone whiskey-tasting soiree. Also, Trevor devises a ghost fraternity, which inspires a revelation from Isaac’s past.
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Ghosts is a single-camera comedy about Samantha and Jay, a cheerful freelance journalist and up-and-coming chef from the city, respectively, who threw both caution and money to the wind when they decide to convert a huge rundown country estate they inherited into a bed & breakfast – only to find it was inhabited by the many spirits of deceased residents who now call it home.
The departed souls are a close-knit, eclectic group that includes a saucy Prohibition-era lounge singer (Pinnock); a pompous 18th-century militiaman (Jones); a ‘60s hippie fond of hallucinogens (Carrasco); an overly upbeat ‘80s scout troop leader (Moriarty); a cod-obsessed Viking explorer from 1009 (Devon Chandler Long); a slick ‘90s finance bro (Grodman); a sarcastic and witty native from the 16th-century (Zaragoza); and a society woman and wife of a 19th-century robber baron who is Samantha’s ancestor (isocky), to name a few.
The opening of the B&B is a source of intrigue, anxiety, and curiosity among the spirits, but they’ll gladly put up with the commotion as long as they can continue to interact with a living inhabitant – Samantha.
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Ghosts season 2 episode 8 review: the liquor license.
Woodstone Manor has become the newest go-to speakeasy on Ghosts Season 2 Episode 8 .
Jay and Sam's plans to drum up business for the manor always start with the greatest intentions. However, one way or another, a wrench gets thrown in to mess things up. In this case, it's their lack of a liquor license.
Not having a liquor license can't stop them now! This is Woodstone Manor; the ghosts will find a workaround.
"The Liquor License" was peak fun shenanigans. Every plot and character was on the same page to serve a good time.
Even when you thought Sam and Jay would learn their lesson, they'd make a questionable choice to follow the ridiculous option. (Poor Pete, he never had a chance!) And the tension kept rising as they got more reckless with Sherri around to potentially catch them.
Plus, when you add in the fraternity plot, the ghosts were all having a great time too.
It was an exciting balance on all fronts, and the emotional beats with Isaac's past added a nice layer to the B-plot. Everything flowed and weaved together quite nicely.
How could Jay not apply for a liquor license sooner? It's one of the must-haves for any business!
Woodstone Manor has been in operation for a few months now, and the building has been in renovation throughout Ghosts Season 1. Jay had plenty of time to apply for the license.
Pete: I strongly advise against this! You’re gonna run a speakeasy in the house while that woman is performing inspections? This is crazy! Sam: Yes, Pete, apparently, we are. Alberta: Oooh, alright, Sam! You won’t regret it! Pete: Yeah, unless they get fined, arrested, or put out of business. Alberta: Either way, it’s gonna be a wild night! [Laughs manically] Permalink: Either way, it’s gonna be a wild night!
This misadventure could've easily been prevented had he done what Sam asked of him. Or if Sherri hadn't decided to expedite their review process.
That might be the theme of "The Liquor License" because every issue could've stopped itself from getting worse had someone listened sooner.
Once again, poor Pete and his good-guy attitude. He really does try to do the noble thing and steer Sam/Jay into choosing the safer option.
I giggled every time Alberta one-upped him during the debates with Sam.
Alberta's (and Jay's) options were the more exciting solutions. Sam wanted a successful event, and the best way to do that was by following Alberta's plan of making a speakeasy. Which, in turn, did work since Elliot, the writer, loved the party.
Though, it could've gone wrong had one bad thing happened. Pete's worrying was right, but Sam and Jay's luck was much stronger.
Sam and Jay are lucky that Sherri didn't discover the party in the vault.
Between the music and Blaine inviting more people to the event, the speakeasy was a powder keg that could've exploded. As I mentioned above, it would've only taken one thing for them to be discovered.
Sam: So, you’re saying we should wait for a storm? Jay: No, babe, I’m saying we make our own storm. Alberta: Is anyone else turned on right now? Pete: A little. Permalink: Is anyone else turned on right now?
For instance, Sam making a hole in the wall to grab the 100-year-old alcohol.
How did Sherri not hear the banging? A wall breaking sounds much different and louder than Jay tenderizing a steak. Good on them for getting away with it, but that was a close call.
Even the dead animal smell in the wall could've given them away. And Sherri was so close to the action too!
Hopefully, they've got all their ducks in a row now for the business.
We learned that Sam and Jay's current debt total is $30,000 after the whiskey-tasting party. The event helped a little bit for their finances, but selling those $5,000 bottles of whiskey and the 100-year-old barrel would've helped them more.
It's all in hindsight since they've already drunk the bottles during the party. However, it poses an interesting question about Woodstone Manor and its finances.
Is there anything else there they could sell to pay back their debt?
If those bottles were worth $5,000 each, there's sure to be something else that could be equally as valuable. All they would have to do is ask Hetty or the other ghosts for what they could part with at the manor.
Elsewhere during "The Liquor License," the ghosts competed to join new fraternities set up by Trevor and Isaac.
Was anyone even remotely surprised that Trevor jumped at the chance to start a frat? He's got the passion and vibe in his blood. He was made for this role.
It made sense that Flower and Thorfinn would join his fraternity; both are much more outlandish and free spirits. Trevor's idea of exciting initiation tasks and going to parties would be more thrilling to those two ghosts.
Hetty: Well, I don’t like that the event promotes alcohol use. Trevor: Said the cocaine fiend. Hetty: But I do like your description of it as high-end. It sounds snooty. Well done! Permalink: Said the cocaine fiend.
You could feel the happiness radiating off them after Thorfinn jumped off the roof.
Their smiles were beaming! It's no wonder Sasappis and Hetty were charmed to join that side. They wanted fun, and Trevor could deliver with or without a party.
It's a shame that Isaac was feeling left out. He truly wanted to start a frat to make up for the one he didn't get into all those years ago.
Trevor was right about Benjamin Franklin!
Isaac: Well, the truth is, I wouldn’t even know what the inside of a masonic lodge looked like. Trevor: What are you talking about? Was it all freaky blindfolded stuff?! Permalink: What are you talking about? Was it all freaky blindfolded stuff?!
His actions toward Isaac were so manipulative and careless. Sure, it may have been a misunderstanding, but he knew Isaac longed to join the Free Masons. He played with that aspiration to get favors and whatever he needed; it was a total powerplay.
Let's hope that Isaac puts the past behind him and enjoys his bonds with the new ghost frat. It may not be the stimulating conversations he dreamt of with the Free Masons, but it's a group he's connected with that welcomed him with open arms.
Last Thoughts From Woodstone Manor:
- The note opens up a new layer to Alberta's murder mystery. Did someone kill Alberta because she got in the way of someone's romance? We need another podcast episode!
- Jay needs to set application deadlines and reminders on his phone.
- Come to think of it, a speakeasy party at an old mansion hidden down a secret passageway would be hard to turn down.
- Pete trying to kiss Alberta and her rejecting him was a satisfying scene. It's great that he found the courage to make a move, and Alberta rejected her friend in a way that supported her speech and protected their friendship.
Now, over to you, Ghosts fans.
What did you think of "The Liquor License"?
Should Jay and Sam hold another whiskey-tasting event? Did you love how Alberta friendzoned Pete? Would you have joined Isaac's or Trevor's frat?
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Ghosts Season 2 Episode 8 Quotes
Hetty: Well, I don’t like that the event promotes alcohol use. Trevor: Said the cocaine fiend. Hetty: But I do like your description of it as high-end. It sounds snooty. Well done! Permalink: Said the cocaine fiend. Added: December 08, 2022
Pete: I strongly advise against this! You’re gonna run a speakeasy in the house while that woman is performing inspections? This is crazy! Sam: Yes, Pete, apparently, we are. Alberta: Oooh, alright, Sam! You won’t regret it! Pete: Yeah, unless they get fined, arrested, or put out of business. Alberta: Either way, it’s gonna be a wild night! [Laughs manically] Permalink: Either way, it’s gonna be a wild night! Added: December 08, 2022
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Ghosts Recap: Whiskey in the Walls
I’ve been wondering when Ghosts would get back around to showing us Sam and Jay actually making a little money with their bed-and-breakfast endeavor. I know this is only a sitcom and who cares about financials, but, I mean, I do! I care! I am very concerned about the Arondekars’ livelihood, okay? Those two well-meaning dummies are precious to me. This week, in order to drum up some good PR, Sam and Jay are throwing a high-end whiskey-tasting event at the Woodstone B&B and a write from Sipper NY (like Eater NY, an explanation that is still very much lost on the ghosts), which is very good and savvy! But, whoops, Jay forgot to get the liquor license way back when and even though he’s put in several calls to get the process expedited, it still looks like it’s a no go — and that’s very bad and whatever the opposite of savvy is!
When Sam and Jay realize they’ve been serving alcohol without a license for some time now and have yet to be caught, they figure, what’s one more day? Most of the ghosts are onboard — Alberta, especially, who is eager to relive her bootlegging days — although Pete is honestly aghast that Sam and Jay would flout the law like that. Our dear, sweet rule-follower Pete Martino spends the majority of this episode on edge. The biggest rule he ever broke while living was parking in a loading zone at the movie theater that one time — although he admits “it was a Sunday, so it probably was allowed” and yet still, “it ruined Gremlins ” for him. So when the liquor-board inspection officer pops by after a cancellation while Sam and Jay are already entertaining their whiskey tasters — including the Sipper guy (played by Veep ’s Nelson Franklin, who should’ve been given much more to do here) — you can imagine the level of anxiety Pete feels.
And yet, no one needs to worry! They’re in the presence of a professional here. Alberta is no stranger to hiding hooch from the authorities. She reminds Sam that, duh, she and Jay have access to a hidden vault inside this very mansion — it is the perfect location for a speakeasy. That vault has really come in handy, hasn’t it? Now it’s not only a great place to stash the whiskey event while the inspector does her thing, but the attendees really eat up the whole “experiential event”–type vibe the hidden passageway and vault gives the whole thing — they’re even into Elias’s skeleton hanging out in the corner. They assume it’s fake and no one is going to correct them!
You’d think all of Sam and Jay’s problems would be solved and they’d be guaranteed a great write-up in Sipper, but unfortunately for them, Mr. Sipper himself is a little underwhelmed by the whiskey selection. Again, Alberta comes in with the big save: She and her boyfriend once hid a stash of booze in the walls here. What’s more impressive to a drunk snob than 100-year-old bootleg whiskey? The only problem, of course, is that they’ll have to bust into the wall to get the bottles and that pesky liquor-board inspector — who gives them a passing grade, by the way — is still hanging around doing her paperwork. There’s only one way out of this: They’re going to have to Shawshank it. Like Andy Dufresne patiently waiting for claps of thunder to mask his prison escape, Jay goes to town on a rib-eye steak to mask Sam breaking into their wall for the booze. Ah, sitcom high jinks — don’t they just soothe your weary soul?
Oddly enough, it all works out in the end! They get the stash of whiskey out (sure, they have to look at a disgusting possum skeleton to get to it, but it’s worth it), their liquor license is approved, and Sipper guy has a great time, which will surely translate into a positive article on Woodstone. That’s a win right there! Even Sam and Jay are impressed with themselves: “Are we great business people?” they wonder. That moment of optimism (or denial, maybe) is completely blown apart when they’re told that they just passed out six bottles of whiskey easily worth $5,000 apiece to a bunch of idiot college kids like it was nothing. They’re forced to revise their earlier theory about themselves: “Are we bad business people?” It’s not a total loss, but, yeah, that one’s going to sting for a bit.
Speaking of! Anxiety-ridden Pete gets a taste of “living” on the wild side and getting away with it, even for one night, and it’s inspiring. Alberta shows him that breaking the rules can be fun, if you let it. She reminds him that he spent his entire life being ruled by fear — maybe it’s time to switch it up in his afterlife. Pete finally gets what she’s saying and he is going to try and take more risks. The first? He leans in to plant a kiss on Alberta, the object of his affection, and … he’s met immediately with her hand to his face. She tells him not to be too defeated by his big move, but it’s hard to see it any other way. Just wait until the other ghosts hear about this! I still have high hopes for Alberta to eventually warm up to Pete — I mean, he hasn’t even been around for 40 years yet, there’s still time to win her over!!
The real heart of the episode comes from a surprising place: the newly formed Ghost frat! When Trevor sees that one of the attendees of Sam and Jay’s event is a dumb frat kid trying to impress a girl, he reminisces about the good ol’ days in his college frat — Chunk from The Goonies was in his pledge class, so it was kind of a big deal. He thinks the ghosts should form their own exclusive frat (it’s exclusive because Pete and Alberta decline to join). He wants Isaac to help start it since he knows Isaac was a member of the Freemasons, along with Benjamin Franklin and George Washington (almost as cool as Chunk). It doesn’t take long to see that Isaac and Trevor have very different ideas as to what this fraternity should be. Isaac wants high-minded discussions about important topics. Trevor wants binge drinking and jumping off roofs. They decide to go their separate ways. Hetty and Sas stick with Isaac, but it’s clear that for Hetty it’s only out of loyalty to her friend, and for Sas it’s because he refuses to side with Trevor on anything. But as soon as they see Trevor’s frat (made up of Trev, Flower, and Thor) heading down to the speakeasy party, they bail. The chants of “Lame-da Lame-da Lame-da” and the smell of mini–hot dogs are just too strong to deny in the name of friendship!
When Trevor realizes that Isaac has been ditched by everyone, he decides he needs to go make things right. There goes Trevor and his secret kind heart again. Isaac admits that he lied about being a Freemason. In a few flashbacks to 1773, we learn that Isaac was mostly a joke in the eyes of Ben Franklin — and he only used him for his supersize carriage (it was “two-horse-powered,” you know), only paying attention to him when he needed something from him. He felt rejected then and feels it all over again now with this frat debacle. But Trevor explains that the ghosts weren’t rejecting Isaac; they were rejecting the Freemasons and their lame fraternity. He knows Isaac might be disappointed to have never been a Freemason, but now he has a new group to belong to: “You may not have chosen us ghosts, but you’re here now, and we’re lucky to have you,” he tells Isaac. See? A true soft king! That sounds like an insult, maybe? But I swear it’s not.
Anyway, Trevor also makes sure to mention that the statue of Ben Franklin on UPenn’s campus gets peed on by drunk college kids all the time. All of Trevor’s sentiments cheer Isaac up. Probably that last thing the most, though, let’s be honest. Regardless, down in the speakeasy, the ghost frat gives a resounding “huzzah!” to Isaac. It’s really quite lovely, once again proving that Ghosts has that silliness-to-sweetness ratio down pat.
While it’s been apparent from the pilot that Ghosts can blend humor and heart like the best of them, this second season has really excelled at showing off its deep bench of characters (and actors). Each episode seems to throw a new character pairing at us, and even the most unexpected ones — like Trevor and Isaac, for example — really work. You’d think there’d be a dud but, guys, there is no dud here. A true feat!
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• The mystery surrounding Alberta’s murder continues! Aside from the bottles of booze and the possum skeleton, Sam and Jay also find a letter hidden in the wall. It’s addressed to Earl, Alberta’s bootlegger boyfriend, and says, “I can’t wait for us to be together once we get rid of you know who.” It’s signed by an unknown “T.” Call creepy Todd, baby, we’re adding Earl and T to the suspect list.
• Even Pete, who has been dead since the 1980s, is horrified to learn that Sam’s never seen The Shawshank Redemption : “Sam, it’s on like four times a day.”
• To keep up the speakeasy ruse, Sam tells everyone they need to know the password to get into the vault. She looks around for inspiration and lands on Pete. She decides the password is “arrow … nerd.” “I’m sure ‘arrow’ would’ve sufficed,” Pete responds.
• In 1773, Ben Franklin asks Isaac how he’s doing, and his response is said so matter-of-factly that it made me laugh and laugh: “Well, three of my five nephews survived the winter, so we’re pleased.”
• When Trevor suggests the first thing his frat does is jump off the roof, Thor is all in because it reminds him of a tradition in Viking society called Ättestupa, in which they’d make any of the elderly people who could no longer support themselves jump off a cliff (or get pushed off). As Flower puts it: “Just every story, man, it just keeps getting darker.” Classic Thor.
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Ghosts season 2 episode 8 return date hopes at CBS
Ghosts November 10, 2022
So where should we kick off here? Well, let’s mention the good news for a moment: We’re not done with the comedy this year. There is an hour-long holiday even scheduled for Thursday, December 15, so that is something to have on your calendars down the road. However, there is at least a chance for an installment before that, as well. According to the Futon Critic , you could potentially see something more on December 8, but we will wait and see with that.
In general, this is a network that has a lot to be excited about when it comes to the show’s present and future. Since moving to an earlier timeslot this season after Young Sheldon, the comedy is up almost 10% in live viewers versus season 1 — and it’s also close to matching its average in the 18-49 demographic. This is a rare feat in an era where more and more people are flocking away from live TV, and it shows you further just how beloved these characters are. We just hope that it can keep up this momentum for most of the rest of this season, and of course we tend to think that a season 3 renewal is going to be on the way.
So when will we get more episodes on the next Ghosts? As of right now, we’re hoping that something will surface over the next few weeks — until then, we do think that it’s pretty clear the sort of show that this is. You’re going to see a strong Jay / Sam story and then some backstory for the individual ghosts.
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