Grayson is duly skeptical when commandeered to handle the case of Kim's psychic who sues her sister for messing up their father's paranormal business by starting her own parlor, yet can't resist a séance about his allegedly remaining love. Fred is back, having abandoned an angelic heaven admissions career being unable to forget about Stacey, but she forgot about him and his mail-room job has already been taken. Jane discovers that 'she' has a monthly scrabble program with rude judge Madeline Summers, who is bugged that the $25,000 dating agency 'she' advised never yielded a second date and insists they must sue, only to find Madeline's excessive demands, basically for a copy of her late husband, messed up all 27 first dates. Written by
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The psychic sisters are squabbling, a scarf is mentioned as is Isadora Duncan. Duncan was a famous dancer and coreographer who died in 1929 when her trademark long scarf got tangled in the rear wheel of her car, breaking her neck. See more