In what appears to be a "Romeo and Juliet" double suicide, Tru tries to prevent the deaths of two high school students who go over a cliff in a car.




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Episode cast overview:
Meredith Davies (credit only)
Gardez (as Benjamin Benitez)
Luc Johnston (as Matthew Bomer)
Jen De Luca
Adam Whitman
Derek De Luca


In what appears to be a "Romeo and Juliet" double suicide, Tru tries to prevent the deaths of two high school students who go over a cliff in a car.

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11 December 2003 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


When Tru leaves the morgue after rewinding the day and running into Luc again, her hair is curly but when she rushes into the coffee shop to meet Harrison seconds later, her hair is straight and her makeup is all different. See more »


Lindsay Walker: [to Tru] You're already planning to breakup and you haven't even gone out with the guy yet?
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References The All-New Super Friends Hour (1977) See more »


Are You Gonna Be My Girl
Performed by Jet
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Brilliant! (SPOILERS)
27 January 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is by far my favourite episode of Tru Calling. I watch it all the time. This is due mainly to the wonderful work done by Rachael Bella (Jen) and Melissa Lee (Amy). Both of them are simply amazing as two young women in love. They are sweet and affectionate together, and are a joy to watch. The scene where Amy gives Jen the necklace in particular is delightful. It doesn't hurt that Rachael Bella is one of my favourite actresses and this is the first role I saw her in. It's a shame that they don't have more scenes. Still, they do an excellent job of providing depth and characterization given the limited time they have. For example, Jen's wry, ironic comments when she talks to Tru.

What I adore is that it doesn't go with the usual clichés about gays/lesbians that most shows do. By the end of the episode, both Jen and Amy are alive and well and in each other's arms. It is also good because the truth about their relationship is what actually prevents a tragedy from occurring.

There are some problems to be honest. One scene that infuriates me is when Luc asks Tru how can she still be single. Gee, maybe she WANTED to be single, ever think of that, Luc? I hate it when people seem to think that a woman can't be happy or content unless she's in a relationship. Tru's apparent cynicism at the end also bothers me. There are also some plot holes (e.g. where was Amy in the original timeline?) but these flaws don't really detract from an otherwise great episode.

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