Ghost Whisperer (2005–2010)
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Melinda tries to reach Jim while dealing with Sam's family and a ghost determined to punish her.



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Professor Eli James
Alan Walters
Jordan Lucas
Sam Lucas


Melinda tries to reach Jim while dealing with Sam's family and a ghost determined to punish her.

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Drama | Fantasy


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21 November 2008 (USA)  »

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Gerald Lucas: [Opens door] Oh, Melinda.
Nancy Lucas: Is she here? Where's Sam? Where did you send him?
Melinda Gordon: I don't know.
Nancy Lucas: Oh terrific! The boy can't remember a damn thing and now he's out wandering all alone. Do you really think that's what he needs?
Melinda Gordon: No, actually, I wanted him to stay.
Nancy Lucas: What are we supposed to do now?
Melinda Gordon: I have no idea. But if he ever gives you a second chance I hope you don't blow it like you did the first time.
Gerald Lucas: I beg your pardon?
Melinda Gordon: I know what it's like to lose someone, and to not know if it's for good. I *know* ...
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The Man Who Can't Be Moved
Written by Steve Kipner, Mark Sheehan, Andrew Frampton and Danny O'Donoghue
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The end of things
25 November 2008 | by See all my reviews

Jim's spirit has entered the body of a dead motorist, and Melinda struggles to get the resurrected guy to remember something about Jim's life. Meanwhile, the guy's parents have arrived in town to bring him home and a struggle ensues between Melinda and the parents. While the episode gives the actor (David Conrad) playing Melinda's late husband more to do, which I was happy to see, it is so far-fetched that one can safely say the show has now jumped the shark. Unless this turns out to be a DALLAS-like dream, which seems unlikely, there is no turning back. The recent video game episode was a harbinger of things to come, and so here we are. Plus Jay Mohr's replacement is pathetic. I say all this from a male perspective, of course. Perhaps female viewers don't mind this kind of nonsense. And this show certainly must largely depend on a female audience, The main reason we guys ever watched the show was for shots of Hewitt's cleavage, and these have become fewer as time goes on. Hail and farewell, GHOST WHISPERER.

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