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Sarah Bergeest Still
A newlywed with the ability to communicate with the earthbound spirits of the recently deceased overcomes skepticism and doubt to help send their important messages to the living and allow the dead to pass on to the other side.
Jennifer Love Hewitt,
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Paramedic services in Toronto are provided by Toronto EMS, and its ambulances are white with a giant blue "A" painted diagonally on the side of them. The ambulance used by the main characters is an unmarked ambulance, and their uniforms do not reflect the name of the service they work for. See more »
The first episode was amazing, since then it only went down hill. From a real character they turned him into a 'superhero' with that blonde police officer- who looks like a high school girl pretending to be a police officer and chasing tough guys with her tiny pistol. In the beginning he struggled with his gift and had problems at work, since he was fighting crime at the same time. Later on, the conflicts went away and he managed to multi task - besides the blonde Barbie, and why do we have to keep seeing that frozen faced x-girlfriend - doctor? If nothing will happen between the two of them-then what is her role? I wonder if they changed writers in this show or just fell asleep.
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