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Sock and Sam move in together into a condo of their own and meet their new neighbors, Tony and Steve, a gay couple who is surprisingly friendly to the two slackers. However, Sam and Sock soon discover that there is more to the couple than meets the eye.
The episode was rated 8.14 from 95 votes.
When the Devil refuses to offer Sam any help on capturing the latest escaped soul, the gang turns to Gladys for help. Gladys then takes the guys to her demon friend Dennis who at first refuses to help but later on offers Sam a homemade vessel because he feels sorry that his parents sold his soul to the Devil. Meanwhile, Andi's ex-boyfriend Greg returns and Sam discovers that he has a plan to get her back.
The episode was rated 8.09 from 97 votes.
Andi finally learns Sam's secret regarding the Devil after she is captured by a demon and the gang must rescue her. Unfortunately for Sam, the truth causes Andi to fear him and keep her distance. Meanwhile, Ben meets the woman of his dreams while chasing a demon at a hospital's maternity ward, but a major fact keeps them from being together.
The episode was rated 8.06 from 95 votes.
After realizing that the latest escaped soul keeps surfacing back to Earth, the Devil informs Sam that a leak has sprung in Hell and tells his bounty hunter to find out how the souls are escaping back to Earth.
The episode was rated 8.06 from 99 votes.
Sam gets into a confrontation in his new job that ends badly. Sock tries to date a demon who has the ability to be anything he desires.
The episode was rated 8.04 from 77 votes.
Sam, Ben and Sock encounter a few surprises on their return from a road trip; Andi refuses to speak to Sam; the Devil has a new assignment.
The episode was rated 8.03 from 99 votes.
Sam starts dating a woman that he suspects may be the Devil's daughter. Meanwhile, it turns out that money is the root of all evil when the the guys argue over what to do with money recovered from an escaped soul.
The episode was rated 8.03 from 120 votes.
Sam discovers that demons don’t work on Halloween. Unfortunately, a depressed Devil decides to make Sam’s assignment even harder to cheer himself up. Sam and Sock capture one soul, Leon, an escapee who killed someone over a hundred years ago, but before Sam can return him Leon tries to convince them that he's changed. The Devil then sends Sam to recapture a second soul, a serial killer who plans on starting a new murder spree.
The episode was rated 7.98 from 115 votes.
Sam Oliver has always been the slacker with no goals or purpose. However, his life takes an unprecedented new direction on his twenty-first birthday, when he discovers that his parents sold his soul to the devil and he must now become Satan's personal bounty hunter.
The episode was rated 7.98 from 187 votes.
Sam gets a reward from the Devil for a job well done... but finds that he's being set up for murder. Meanwhile, Sock becomes obsessed with Gladys the DMV demon.
The episode was rated 7.97 from 114 votes.
Sam desperately tries to stop an untalented musician when the latter tries to sell his soul to the Devil for rock star fame. Meanwhile, Sock is in for a big surprise when his mother returns from Las Vegas and announces that she is now married.
The episode was rated 7.97 from 99 votes.
The Devil takes Sam to the police station and introduces him to Morgan, whom he calls his son. Now, Sam and the gang are tasked with hanging out with Morgan and showing him the ropes.
The episode was rated 7.95 from 88 votes.
It's a demons world, as the gang encounters a demon support group with members who are trying to change their bad ways. However, not every demon is in for a change, as Sam and his friends must take down one who poses as a lawyer to unleash leeches on his victims.
The episode was rated 7.95 from 87 votes.
When Andi's life is threatened by an escaped soul from hell, Sam must go out of his way to protect her.
The episode was rated 7.95 from 103 votes.
Sam is sent to the home of the Devil's lover Sally so that she can teach him more of the "family business." She initially refuses, but realizing she can possibly help him out of his contract, Sam asks her to teach him anyways.
The episode was rated 7.92 from 92 votes.
Last updated: jan 26, 2023
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