I've been watching the show "Dead Like Me", thanks to Ron. He lent me the DVDs of the two seasons it ran when he visited in April. I'm just now finding the time to watch them.
I'm currently on Season 2 and I really enjoy it. The basic premise is that an 18 year old girl dies in a freak accident, but instead of "moving on", she joins a crew of the undead (reapers) who are facilitators for the living soon to be dead.
Not surprisingly, the show has some sad moments, but surprisingly, the show is also full of humor and the regular daily examples of what makes life worth living.
Mandy Patinkin plays the role of Rube, who is the "supervisor" of the crew of reapers. In one episode, he is at a yoga studio in preparation of assisting a soon to be dead soul. The yoga instructor is asked by an attractive participant to demonstrate a complicated yoga move in order to help perfect hers.
I was shocked that the "move" was something I do regularly - a contorted position I put myself in just for the hell of it - because it makes my back feel better.
I'm incredibly limber. And double jointed. (Use your imagination). Maybe I should take up yoga.
This was the pose: The Plow Pose. It makes my back feel good.