"A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Me Killing You" is the thirteenth episode of season one of the North American television series Being Human. The episode was directed by co-executive producer Adam Kane and written by series developers Jeremy Carver and Anna Fricke. It first aired in the United States on Monday, April 11th, 2011 on Syfy and in Canada on the Space channel. In this episode, Josh and Sally struggle to save Aidan's life after Bishop's vicious attack. They bring him to the isolation room and are forced to enlist Nora's aid to steal supplies of blood. Celine offers herself to Aidan to give him the blood he needs to fully heal. Once he recovers, he knows that he has to settle matters with Bishop once and for all. Sally and Josh conspire to give Aidan an extra edge in the coming battle, but in truth, it is actually Aidan who tricks Josh into staying out of the fight for his own protection.

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  • This episode is rated TV-14.
  • Season finale.
  • Danny Angeli makes a brief cameo in flashback during the "1 Year Ago" scene where we see Sally's body being carried out of the building.

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  • The title to this episode is taken from the 1962 musical A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum by Stephen Sondheim.

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UK Series

US/Canada Series


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