Ghost Whisperer: Season 3, Episode 6

Double Exposure (2 Nov. 2007)

TV Episode  |  TV-PG  |   |  Drama, Fantasy
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Melinda helps a professor whose actions are why she's being haunted, and Jim considers a new career.



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Professor Rick Payne wonders why his photography colleague Claudia Pollili's image disappears from pictures. It seems the work of the ghost of her late student lover Kevin Graham. But the story is more complicated, involving Kevin's own admirer Sophie Owens. Meanwhile Jim Clancy makes up his mind whether to start med school after witnessing an ER doctor making a fatally wrong diagnosis against his advice. Written by KGF Vissers

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Possibly on purpose. Melinda mentions receiving a Sourhern Michigan catalog, but there is no Southern Michigan University. There is Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan, Northern Michigan, and Central Michigan, as well as the University of Michigan. The one that is the most southern is the University of Michigan (which has a medical school) in Ann Arbor, Michigan. See more »


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Great ideas, but something's amiss in execution
16 January 2010 | by (Finland) – See all my reviews

This episode has a *great* teaser sequence - I don't think I've seen this idea used before, so it is possible it's the first time. How often do you see that on TV? Then, there is a twist I have definitely not seen before, which certainly helps this episode to stand out. More twists follow, all quite surprising and satisfying, never leaving the viewer feeling that they have been cheated with red herrings - it's just that most of us (me included) tend to draw wrong conclusions based on incomplete information. Definitely something worth thinking about in real life as well! But - and there often is a 'but' - in their excitement over their clever ideas, the writers have forgotten to fully flesh out the characters, which, unlike the twists, you *definitely* have seen on TV before. And with unchallenging material, the actors really can't give us their best. Practically everyone is acting on autopilot in this one, which is sad, because this could have been a classic episode that doesn't even deal with the "big" arc storyline. Or does it...?

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