In order to stop Tru from trying to save people, Jack frames Tru for the murder of a psychologist who is about to expose one of his patients for the murder of the patient's girlfriend, Grace.




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tru Davies
Jack Harper
Richard Davies
Dr. Carrie Allen
Jensen Ritchie
Avery Bishop
Tyler Li
Detective Gomez
Dr. Thomas Burell
Greg Anderson ...
Professor Seidel
Donald Stuart Mitchell III
Dakota Morton ...
Teen #1
Christopher Attadia ...
Teen #2


Harry starts his career in dad's law firm by taking pictures for a client's assault and battery case. Tru's day reverses after a cry for help on the slab from psychiatrist Thomas Burell. However Jack explains to her pa his plan is not to cause Tru's death, as her ability will only transfer as when Richard murdered her mother, but to have her incarcerated for murder. Therefore Jack becomes Burell's patient under a fake name, plants her fake patient file and fills in her name in the doc's appointment calendar so she will get blamed for the murder on Grace Vance, in fact committed by real psychotic patient Donald Stuart Mitchell III, a stalker who needs to eliminate female detective Gomez who would find him out. When Tru fails to prevent the murder, Harry offers to leave the country together; she prefers Davis's suggestion to hope Burrell's body may appeal again so she gets another try for the day, but Jack prevents her getting to it and makes sure Gomez gets killed, yet then... Written by KGF Vissers

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31 March 2005 (USA)  »

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When Officer Gomez approaches Jensen and introduces herself, she shows her badge then begins to lower it, but then it changes angles and she's still holding it up and begins to lower it again. See more »


Harrison Davies: [after punching Jack] That's for yesterday... I think.
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References Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001) See more »

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A crazy ride
18 July 2009 | by See all my reviews

It's a shame that Doris Egan only got to write two "Tru Calling" episodes ("Two Pair" and "Grace"), because they are both among the series' best. Of course one of the main twists of "Grace" - the rewind-within-a-rewind - had already been used, even more extensively, in "The Longest Day", but the script is still inventive in many ways (apparently even a moment of "nodding off" can become a starting point for Tru's day), and there is also the welcome return of the whodunit clues (DSM3) that had gone missing from the last few episodes. There are no slow moments here, and the climactic sequence that sees nearly all the important (regular and guest) characters crossing paths at a crowded place is particularly suspenseful and well-done. *** out of 4.

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