Tru lives her more exhausting experience when every time the day repeats, a different person dies and asks her for help again. She must discover the true reason she was required the first time to finally see a different day.

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Lindsay Walker (credit only)
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Meredith Davies (credit only)
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Gardez (as Benjamin Benitez)
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Luc Johnston (as Matthew Bomer)
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Michael Mancuso
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Skateboarder (as Jaren Brandt-Bartlett)
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Michael Rogers ...
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Patricia Norris
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Stephanie Brandis
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Tru lives her more exhausting experience when every time the day repeats, a different person dies and asks her for help again. She must discover the true reason she was required the first time to finally see a different day.

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[last lines]
Tru Davies: So, you were right. Someone was supposed to die.
Davis: Well, he just had to die differently so someone else could live.
Tru Davies: I should have been able to save them both.
Davis: You can change events, but you - you can't change fate, Tru.
Tru Davies: I can do things that probably no one else can. Sometimes, even that doesn't feel like enough.
Davis: Sometimes, it isn't.
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The craziest episode yet!
4 July 2009 | by See all my reviews

The "Tru Calling" writers continue to find new ways to explore their basic concept. This time, they ask: what would happen if someone died on a "do-over" day and ALSO asked for Tru's help? And what if in the third version of the same day another person died and ALSO asked for Tru's help? And what if in the fourth version....The already obvious similarities to "Groundhog Day" are stronger than ever here: Tru is literally trapped in the same day, and has to figure out what she has to do to escape the loop. There is no mystery this time; we know from the beginning what led to the original death. But every time Tru tries to change things, there are side effects that lead to other unfortunate events. I was impressed by the attention to detail in "The Longest Day", from the throwaway bit with the garbage can to the whole business with Davis' sandwich. It's a creative, thought-provoking, funny and touching episode. *** out of 4.


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