Harrison is accused of killing Andrew, the husband of his new girlfriend, Sarah. Andrew asks Tru for help when he's in the morgue, and the day starts once again. Tru has to prevent Andrew ... See full summary »

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Harrison is accused of killing Andrew, the husband of his new girlfriend, Sarah. Andrew asks Tru for help when he's in the morgue, and the day starts once again. Tru has to prevent Andrew from being killed while she asks herself if her brother was capable of shooting him. Written by Anonymous

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When Harrison is asking Sarah about the bruise on her back, she pulls her shirt over her shoulder but in the next shot it's back down and she pulls it up again. See more »

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Sarah Webb: He tried to pick me up.
Harrison Davies: I did not try to pick you up.
Sarah Webb: What would you call it?
Harrison Davies: It was a diner. You were alone. I was alone. I was just trying to make conversation.
Tru Davies: He tried to pick you up.
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This time its personal.
25 June 2008 | by (Port Stephens, Australia) – See all my reviews

The trouble with Tru Calling is that its all been done before. Except this time it with better looking people.

How many shows have we seen where the hero goes back in time to save the day? Too many! This time Andrew Webb, a wealthy businessman turns up in the morgue as Tru's brother is being led away by the cops for his murder. This episode could be called "Body Heat meets Quantum Leap." When our hero rewinds she discovers that not all is well with the victim's wife, who just happens to be Harrison's new girlfriend. Is the husband really a wife beating thug or is Harrison being set up?

The ending was mildly surprising even if a bit predictable. All in all a good episode. The acting is excellent, the sets are well convincing and the actors are good looking. If only life were that simple.


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