Welcome back to Roscoe P. Coltrane - sorry, James Best - for his second episode of the series. Here he plays the title role of Jeff Myrtlebank, who rather conveniently (or inconveniently depending on your point of view) 'returns' to life from his coffin at his own funeral. After some drastic convincing on his own part, given that his family and friends had all seen that he had not breathed for over two days, he is accepted back into their arms, and returns to his life. But things are different, and he acts in ways that were not of his normal dial before his 'return from the grave'. Those around him begin to believe he has been possessed by a demon, and now they must decide what they are going to do about it.
This is a fun episode, watching the swaying nature of the community and even his own family, and indeed trying to work out for yourself whether Jeff died and came back, or was in a coma, or if he is now possessed, or just WHAT may have happened. Whether the conclusion is predictable or not, it gives you food for thought for twenty five minutes.
Rating: Roses of death. 3.5/5.