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While Stevie tries to talk to her, she ignores him, unaware that she is dead and thinking that everyone can still see her. However, Sally, being annoyed about how Stevie is pouring his heart out to her and she is ignoring him, snaps at her. There, the girl realizes that she is dead so appearances no longer matter. She also reveals that she was jealous of Sally and how free she was.
The girl then gets her door, causing Sally to feel upset that she can hope other ghosts get their doors but she wont be able to get her own door back. Stevie then tells her that they can dream if they want though it isn't for the need of rest. When Sally goes home and tries to dream, she has a dream of her door coming back. When she opens it, she tries calling for Aidan and Josh. However, the inside suddenly turns dark and something rushes out of her door at her, causing her to wake up and to realize that she is floating in the air.
The next day, she tries telling Josh about what happened and is surprised to see that Nora can now see her. When she asks if Nora is dead also, she learns that Josh turned Nora into a werewolf by accident and accidentally tells Aidan. While hanging out with some ghost friends she made through Stevie, namely Dylan and Phil though the latter two call him "Boner"they go to a party where she witnesses Dylan and Phil possessing two boys.
She then decides to give it a try, despite the warning Stevie gives her. While she fails the first couple of times, she eventually manages to possess a girl and is estatic that she can now basically live again. During her possession though, a boy from the group attempted to sexually assault Sally. Her friend, Stevie, had to pull both out of their possessed bodies, causing a fight between Stevie and the other boy, during which Sally witnesses Stevie shredding the other ghost in self defence.
This traumatizes her, and puts Stevie into regret and shock. Upon returning home, she talks to Nora about what happened and reveals that possessing people greatly tires her out but that at least she is still there. In Dream Reaper, Sally is forced into a coma when Aidan hits her with an iron fire poker after she finds out that she is the reaper and she was the one who had been killing all of the ghosts. In the season 2 finale, Sally attempts to get her mother to shred her to get to Limbo, but she refuses.
Sally shreds herself instead and makes it to Limbo, but doesn't know how to get out, and laments to an empty house through the radio that it was a terrible mistake. The catch is that she cannot meet anyone she knew when she was alive or they will die. Sally decides to spend Josh's first full moon away from Nora at a bar. There she meets Trent, a friend of her brother. They have major chemistry and they decide to take it further, however, Trent doesn't feel up to it and leaves.
The next day, he is seen being taken away on a stretcher. Feeling insanely guilty, she goes to the funeral house to try to apologize to Trent's ghost. This is how she meets Max. However things do not go so well, as it is revealed that she had been cheating on him for over a year. Trent gets mad at Sally and disappeared from the room. Sally and Aidan go to a bar to unwind. Throughout this scene, Aidan keeps staring at a biker du Sally ressurected de who has what seems to be a tattoo of veins on his arm.
He follows him out leaving Sally by herself. Sally finds the biker dude and calls When she confronts Aidan about this, he says he doesn't care. As he is sleeping, Sally goes into his room, straddles him and places a stake on his chest, stating that if he wanted to die, she'd do it right then. She convinces him to be more careful, that even though Henry was his "son" he still had her and Josh to depend on. Sally realizes that she needs a new identity.
She goes to Aidan for help with this, and he tells her the best way is through a dead baby. She returns to the funeral home where Max works, and is caught going through the files by him. Max offers her a job which she accepts. She is annoyed that ghosts are coming to her for help. She almost disperses Max's mother with an iron skillet, but when she learns who the ghost is, she stops. Her and Max have their first date because Zoe and Nick were coming over and she didn't want to be the third wheel, asking Max to be the fourth.
Max's mother stalked their date for a while until Sally told her to leave. She and Max almost have their first kiss, except Max freaks out and leaves. The next day she confronts him about it and they end up having sex on the couch. Again, Max freaks out and leaves, and his mother's ghost shows up and calls Sally a slut. She later possesses Sally and tells Max that she was just curious, and that she quit. In a later episode, her brother Robbie shows up as the new landlord of the house.
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Unexpectedly, she bumps into her brother and he recognizes her. Scared that he too would die, she and Josh go to Donna and beg her lift the curse. Donna agrees, saying that Sally can live a normal life, see everyone and anyone from her past and they wouldn't die. The catch being that when Sally died, her soul would belong to Donna. Now being able to see the people of her past once again, Sally goes to see her friend, Bridget, who still works at a cafe.
While Bridget initially believes she has finally made contact with Sally's ghost, Sally reveals that she was brought back to life by Donna.
Initially, Bridget believes that she failed Sally, during the events of Season 1, for not catching onto Danny sooner. While Sally tries to assure her that she didn't, Bridget cuts her off and reveals that she had joined a Wicca group, inviting Sally to come with her that night since Sally was once a ghost.
That night, Sally went with Bridget to the Wicca meeting, initially judging their "High Priestess" and making silent remarks about the meeting, such as asking why Barb, their "High Priestess", had a knife before Bridget explained that it was in fact an athame and it was used to cast the "magic circle".
Sitting through the ceremony, Sally was surprised to see Barb call a ghost to the circle, believing it to be the ghost of a man named Joey, whose wife was part of the circle.
However, it is later revealed to be a ghost named Roger, who is in turn followed by an older ghost named Franklin, the latter revealing that he has been stalking a girl he has taken a liking to because of her breasts.
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When Sally tries to urge Bridget to leave, she is possessed by Roger, Franklin having previously revealed that he has possessed her on multiple occasions, which explains the times that Bridget feels "calmness and her mind emptying". After revealing that Sally knows who is inside of Bridget, Roger leaves Bridget's body. When Barb asks for the sudden outburst by Sally, leading Bridget to apologize, she explains that the ghost named Joey was not with them and that she can see ghosts.
After accidentally letting it slip to the two ghosts that she was once one of them, they bombard her with a series of questions before Franklin attempts to possess her. Due to Zoe's necklace protecting her, she disperses Franklin before Roger flees. Back at her house, Sally explains that ghosts have been possessing Bridget and that it will slowly drive her insane, also explaining that she once possessed a woman and nearly drove her insane.
After telling Bridget that she needs to forget about spirits and ghosts, and even Sally herself, she gives her Zoe's necklace to protect her from becoming possessed. Later on Sally starts to decompose, it first starts on her skull. She realizes what is happening to her and goes to see Nick. He says he's not decomposing but when Sally leaves he lifts his shirt and his stomach is decomposing. Later that night, Sally is up eating food when she goes to the fridge and sees a pack of raw meat.
Sally ripps it open and starts eating it. After eating the raw meat Sally stopped decomposing for the moment. The following morning, Nora dispersed the two blood whores that Aidan killed, causing them to "reset" in Sally's bedroom since they died there. After Josh made a note of Sally's hat, she returned upstairs where she lifted the hat to look at the decomposing flesh, causing the two bloody ghosts to tell her that she should do something about that ASAP.
Sally later forces them to leave before covering the spot with her hat yet again. She later tells Nick that she ate a mouse which caused her skin to regenerate. Nick then reveals that he has been eating cats and tries to tell her that there is nothing wrong with what they are doing as they are doing it for survival to cling to their second lives.
Sally admits that, in the grand scheme of things, eating small animals wasn't so bad.Aidan and Sally SE3 Ep02 Hug and Touch Scenes
That night, while standing outside of a pet shop, she sets her eyes on a little boy and is immediately tempted to eat him. However she realizes the horror of what she was about to do and forces herself to leave. After explaining to Aidan that she has an uncontrollable urge to devour anything living, she gets a call from a frantic Zoe. Upon arriving at Zoe's house, she sees that Zoe has killed Nick after he lunged for her to eat her. While initially upset, Nick assures Zoe that it was a good thing that she did.
When "his Door" appears, he tells Zoe not to see Sally as she will try to kill Zoe as well before disappearing in his door. While burying Nick's body, Sally and Josh realize that they need to find Stevie as he is probably going on a killing spree. When they arrive at Stevie's parent's house, they discover that Stevie couldn't make it on his own and that he returned home before the deal on Sally's soul was changed, causing his parents to die with their souls ultimately going to Donna for consumption.
After much convincing, Josh kills Stevie to prevent him from killing anyone else. Once Josh finishes, Sally says it is her turn before Josh comforts her by saying that they will find a way to save her. When Stevie appears before them, his door appears immediately afterwards. However once he walks through, Sally realizes that Stevie and Nick got the same door and that something is horribly wrong. I think the fans were pleased, last year, with the way that we twisted the original series a bit while also staying true to it.
Furthermore, I think we have a principal cast that met a very stiff challenge, in Season 1. Yeah, the chemistry that they have is responsible for the show working. So, it all feeds on each other. It feeds on the scripts getting them excited, and then their performance gets us excited, and this energy courses from us to the crew to the cast.
With this season focusing a bit more on individual storylines for the characters, was it fun to write those separate journeys, and was it even more fun to get everybody back together for scenes? It was tremendously fun to write the individual storylines. I think that it was actually much more of a challenge to get them back together again.
But then, we really had to work harder to make those cross-overs happen. The roommate moments are our favorite moments. The heart of the show is the three of them together, in that house, in their day-to-day lives. Individually, each one of our characters is going down pretty exciting yet tempting and dark paths. To do that, each one of them is confronting new variations on a theme, as it were. How will that affect them, individually, as well as their friendship? This year, our characters are coming to the show with their eyes open a little more.
Each and every one of them is simultaneously reaching for and pushing away each other, in the way that people who are succumbing to temptation or addiction are apt to do.
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Because you also get to have flashbacks on this show, is it fun to get to explore your characters through their histories, as opposed to just having to reveal it through dialogue? Instead of talking about the old times, we can just show you. We do this show on a non-glamorous budget, so to be able to do the flashbacks that we do is an absolute testament to the cast and crew in Montreal, who really just pull stuff out of a hat.
One of the most fun things about the show, just in terms of having that canvas to work with, is just to get to the beating heart of our characters. How much do you guys decide to draw on mythology that already exists for these creatures, and how much do you want to bring your own original viewpoint to it?
Everything springs from a logical or a sensible place, as much as it can, in this genre. We tried to keep things that felt consistent to us. Why is it possible for her to even sit? But, we do try to keep it fairly logical. How will the new characters change the dynamic for your main cast? We introduced a new element to the vampires and a little bit more of the vampire hierarchy.
Anchoring this hierarchy is a mother and daughter who are vampires.