Melinda helps an upset teenage ghost and in the process learns something that will affect the lives of everyone this boy left behind.

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Melinda helps an upset teenage ghost and in the process learns something that will affect the lives of everyone this boy left behind.

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Drama | Fantasy

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28 October 2005 (USA)  »

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When Melinda's car door is open, at just the right angle you can see the Camera men in the side view mirror. See more »

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In Your Head
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Written by Patty Medina
Performed by Patty Medina with Brad Gordon
Produced by Matt Mariano and Brad Gordon
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Teen angst
6 February 2007 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

I need to watch this one again, but my first viewing tells me I am watching how huge an impact one very dead teenager can have on everyone who knew him. The kid playing the dead teen is quite impressive. And that soft touch, Melinda, shares some very touching moments with him before he is off into the light. Now, on the other hand, the show's formula is starting to show through, and it becomes clear by this episode that the plot lines need some shaking up. Fortunately, this does happen in the next couple of episodes. And once again, IMDb wants more copy out of me. Why oh why does this have to happen? Some reviews can be properly done in three lines. I know. I used to be a movie and music critic for newspapers and magazines.


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