Ghost Whisperer: Season 1, Episode 19

Fury (31 Mar. 2006)

TV Episode  |  TV-PG  |   |  Drama, Fantasy
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Melinda must help the ghost of an African-American man who had been attacked and killed by a white co-worker in the 1970's. The ghost is haunting the prosecutor who had enough evidence but ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview:
Judge Walter Merrick
Randall Fisher
Jameel Fisher
Sarah Hunley ...
Rain Check Nurse
Mike Slade
Clive Slade
Rachel Fisher
Preston Davis ...
African American Teen


Melinda must help the ghost of an African-American man who had been attacked and killed by a white co-worker in the 1970's. The ghost is haunting the prosecutor who had enough evidence but still failed to file charges against the white co-worker. Melinda tries to help the ghost find justice and help his son to change his racist views before they're passed on to the next generation. Written by Abakusek

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Giancarlo Esposito and Aaron Paul, guest stars in this episode, would later go on to costar in the AMC hit series "Breaking Bad". See more »


Jameel Fisher: Is she your boss?
Andrea Marino: Um, she's my partner.
Jameel Fisher: You're partners with a white lady?
Andrea Marino: Well, she's also my friend, Jameel... she's my best friend.
Jameel Fisher: My dad says that people wouldn't fight if they stuck with their own kind.
Andrea Marino: Well, your dad's a pretty smart guy. You know what my kind is? People who are respectful of others, people who are intelligent, kind, funny, nice to kids. People like Melinda.
Jameel Fisher: She's funny?
Andrea Marino: Oh, she's so funny. See, that's the thing about people, Jameel... you don't know who they are just by...
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An unsteady encounter
10 March 2007 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

Well, the writers of GW certainly know how to keep things hopping. This time around, in FURY, Melinda encounters the ghost of a murdered black man. He is furious at the town judge over the failure to bring his killer, a white trash type, to justice. The dead guy has enough power to put the poor judge, fat and aging, into the hospital. Melinda also put deal with the dead man's son and grandson, the latter fortunately able to see his grandfather's ghost. This racially-charged episode gets a bit preachy at the end. Giancarlo Esposito is the ghost, and not having seen this wonderful actor in awhile, I almost did not recognize him. He also lets Melinda know she has made enemies on the other side, and perhaps she had better watch out.

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