Spoilers if you aren't caught up on Being Human!
I've said this before, but one of the things I love about Syfy's Being Human is how well the cast gels, both on and off screen. There's a real sense of family among them, which is part of what makes the show work so well. So it's particularly fitting that Meaghan Rath's brother Jesse should play her character's brother Robbie in the series. Jesse Rath, who can also be seen playing Alak Tarr on Defiance, returned to Being Human as Robbie this season, and if you're not caught up on Season 4 through last Monday's "Cheater of the Pack," stop reading now and don't watch the video above because spoiler alert!
While things spiral out of control for Aidan, Josh and Nora, Sally's world has once again been turned upside down after her brother Robbie's attempts to fix the house led to him being electrocuted to death. Was I alone in thinking that whole scenario reeked of Final Destination stalked-by-death madness? Regardless, Robbie's dead right now, and he may stay that way, unless Sally can do something about it. From the preview above, it looks like she's determined to find Donna and figure out a way to bring her brother back.
This clip gives us an extended look at Sally's efforts, as she leaves ghost-Robbie at the house and heads off to find Donna...
Once again, it seems Sally's not thrilled with Aidan. Little does she know that he's had a pretty major setback in his efforts not to be a killer. Meanwhile, Josh and Sally have their own problems, what with Josh engaging in a bit of wolf-swinger action without the consent of his wife. Everyone has their problems, but Sally's is probably a bit more immediate than Josh and Nora's. Let's just hope Robbie's door doesn't show up before she gets back. It'd be a shame if he missed it and Sally failed to bring Robbie back to life.
While we wait to see how Robbie's situation plays out, here's a fun little extra. Syfy Tweeted fans the opportunity to ask Jesse Rath questions this week. Meaghan submitted her own suggested question to her brother:
No idea if they got an answer to that one, but it's great to feel the sibling love in that Tweet!
Being Human airs Monday at 9:00 p.m. ET on Syfy.