Ghosts Season 2 Episode 7: Guest Cast Mathew Baynton

Ghosts Season 2 Episode 7 Guest Cast Mathew Baynton

Ghosts Season 2 Episode 7 will air on November 10, 2022 on CBS.  An actor from the original U.K. cast of the smash comedy Ghosts joins the cast as a false Scoutmaster Pete.  Mathew Baynton guest stars as an actor portraying Pete and actress and comedian Rose Abdoo plays the documentary producer.

On Ghosts Season 2 Episode 7, We saw a father-and-son reunion as a result of Sam’s ghostly abilities and strategically placed windows in both the Farnsby home and the Woodstone mansion. Thor has a father! Sam encounters a Viking ghost who turns out to be Bjorn, the son of Thor, at the Farnsby residence’s yard sale. Bjorn arrived there in search of his father and perished on the Farnsby estate. For a thousand years, Thor and Bjorn have been living just two houses apart. (Read the recap below)  Fans are now eager to discover more about the new episode of Ghosts (2021). At, you’ve come to the perfect place to get the Ghosts Season 2 Episode 7 titled “Dumb Deaths” synopsis and trailer.

There will be a break in production for a short period of time. So, there will not be a new episode on November 17.

Ghosts Season 2 Episode 7 Spoilers

The popular CBS sitcom adds an actor from the original U.K. cast: Mathew Baynton, well-known to  OG British sitcom Ghosts fans as 19th-century romantic poet Thomas Thorne. It’s all in the ghostly family. In the American series, he plays a very arrogant real-life actor who was paid by the tacky reality show “Dumb Deaths” to play out the embarrassing arrow-in-the-neck death of Scoutmaster Pete (Richie Moriarty). As Hetty (Rebecca Wisocky) is amazed at how this tough woman makes all the decisions, Sam (Rose McIver) and Jay (Utkarsh Ambudkar) try in vain to convince the hard-nosed producer (Reboot’s hilarious Rose Abdoo) to tone down the Pete-bashing.  If you’re interested in learning more, we’ve included the complete plot summary and promo for Ghosts season 2 episode 7 below.

Ghosts Season 2 Episode 7 Synopsis:  –  When a TV documentary crew comes to Woodstone Mansion to shoot an episode of “Dumb Deaths”; Pete confronts a hard truth about the day he died. 

Ghosts Season 2 Cast

Samantha and Jay, are Rose McIver and Utkarsh Ambudkar. Brandon Scott Jones as Isaac, Richie Moriarty as Pete, Danielle Pinnock as Alberta, and Asher Grodman as Trevor reprise their respective roles. Sasappis is portrayed by Román Zaragoza, Flower by Sheila Carrasco, Hetty by Rebecca Wisocky, and Thorfinn by Devan Chandler Long. Guest stars include Felicia Shulman, Mark Linn-Baker, Christian Jadah, Lindsey Broad, Kelly Craig, and Robert J. Tavenor.

CBS’s Ghosts Season 2 Episode 7 Release Time

New Series Ghosts  Season 2 Episode 7 will air on November 10. “Ghosts” premieres on CBS on Thursday. Each episode will premiere on Paramount+ on Thursday nights at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT, (at 8 pm on NewsChannel5.) the same day it airs on CBS. The CBS All Access app has been renamed Paramount+, and you can now watch new episodes of “Ghosts” with Live TV the day after they premiere on Hulu. 

CBS’s Ghosts Season 2 Episode 6 Recap

Thor is happy to see his son again because when he left, Bjorn was a young child who couldn’t even speak the word “father.” But then he discovers something that makes him feel absolutely terrified: Bjorn married a Dane, with whom he had children. Thor only agrees to go up to the window where he can yell across at Bjorn (in a window at the Farnsby house), so that he can tell his son that he is formally disowned. Flower and Isaac try to reason with him, as refusing to see your son who has been waiting to see you for 1,000 actual years. When Thor accuses his son of being a traitor, Isaac tries to cheer him up by saying, “Well, you know, so was Benedict Arnold, but he was still a great dinner-party guest.” However, when Bjorn refers to Thor as “father,” Thor’s icy Viking heart begins to soften. He adores his ghostly dead son!

What Sam and Jay go through at the Farnsby home while attempting to rejoin the Vikings is much less endearing. Henry is taken aback by Jay’s curiosity when he picks up an upside-down pineapple statue because he knows Sam is into fruit sculpture. Jay constantly talking about how Sam got really into it in college doesn’t help. Jay and Sam are unharmed, but those poor youngsters have truly failed when it comes to getting along with their neighbors. Since ghosts don’t need money, it appears that a few centuries ago they invented their own form of payment, which they settled on.  According to Isaac, Hetty has accumulated a sizable collection of back rubs as a result of her “shrewd haggling and a general dislike for physical touch, which prompts her to never cash them in.” Hetty doesn’t have time for complaints from new money, so Trevor, the newest ghost and the one who gets the fewest back rubs, is most bothered by it.

Trevor devises a plan in which he will produce a different form of money to compete with Hetty’s and return to the game. Naturally, everything backfires in his face. Trevor makes the decision to begin buying and selling TV Time. so it’s more of the former; he successfully persuades the majority of his fellow ghosts to sell him their TV Time in exchange for a few back rubs so that he may control the TV for the following month. Later, Hetty discovers Trevor alone on the couch launching his ninth “Toe pick!” and they have a really touching conversation. Hetty observes that it appears as though he only valued money if he could share it with the people he cared about. she encourages Trevor to give back all of the TV Time he had amassed to its original owners. You were being played the entire time by Hetty! All she wanted was for Trevor to end his stranglehold, no matter what it took. She begins stealing everyone else’s TV time in exchange for back rubs. She is not interested in friendship.

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