"It Takes Two to Make a Thing Go Wrong"
Series Being Human
Season 1, Episode 6
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Air date February 21st, 2011
Writers Jeremy Carver; Anna Fricke
Director Charles Binamé
Producers Jeremy Carver; Cari Davine; Anna Fricke; Adam Kane; Elissa Lewis; Irene Litinsky; Gilles Perreault; Michael Prupas; Rob Pursey; Keith Samples; Evan Tussman; Toby Whithouse
Starring Sam Witwer; Meaghan Rath; Sam Huntington
Episode guide
"The End of the World as We Knew It"
"I See Your True Colors and That's Why I Hate You"

"It Takes Two to Make a Thing Go Wrong" is the sixth episode of season one of the North American television series Being Human. The episode was directed by Charles Binamé and written by series developers Jeremy Carver and Anna Fricke. It first aired in the United States on Monday, February 21st, 2011 on Syfy. It premiered in Canada on the Space channel. In this episode, Rebecca Flynt makes a bold move to earn Aidan's attention by sending him a video of her seducing and then murdering a man in a hotel room. Sally learns that she has a connection to the engagement ring that Danny once gave to her and uses it to torment him. When this fails to satisfy her, she takes some advice on how to be a poltergeist from a vengeful spirit. Josh meanwhile, finally musters up the courage to ask Nora out on a date. Their evening does not go quite as expected however, especially when Josh's younger sister Emily decides to move in.

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  • This episode is rated TV-14.

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  • The title to this episode is a reference to the hip hop song "It Takes Two" by Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock. It was released as a single and was the title track to the It Takes Two album released in 1988.

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UK Series

US/Canada Series


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