A haunted morgue at Jim's hospital begins to scare the staff, Delia has a secret admirer, and Eli may be experiencing a little too much one-on-one with his mother.




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ned Banks (credit only)
Nurse Vicky (as Kelli Kirkland Powers)


A dare between high school street punks winds up energizing an otherwise inert ghost lurking in the hospital morgue. Thus begins a frightening series of corpse manipulations, repeated scenes in Melinda's home of a heart surgery ending in death, and an unshakable sense within empathetic Aiden of doing something wrong. Meanwhile, as Eli, stricken with laryngitis, endures his late mother's smothering helpfulness, Delia finds herself lavished by the attentions of a persistent secret admirer. Written by statmanjeff

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Drama | Fantasy


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16 October 2009 (USA)  »

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At 9:15, as Jim finishes speaking to Melinda on the phone about Eli, the male nurse at the top of the stairs calls out to Sam (Jim's spirit's host body) as "Dr. Clancy" instead of Dr. Lucas. See more »


Jim/Sam is in the stairwell talking on the phone to Melinda, and just as they are wrapping up, another doctor says, "Dr. Clancy, got a minute?" No one knows he is Jim Clancy. Everyone sees and knows him as Sam Lucas. See more »


Dr. Sam 'Jim' Lucas: Sorry. A guy just likes to know who's in his house, especially if they're dead.
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References Family Feud (1976) See more »


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Jim or Sam becomes a doctor
4 March 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Am I the only one who finds it strange that Sam was an architect before he died and Jim took over his body, yet season 5 which is 5 years after all of that happened, Sam/Jim is now a doctor? It would be difficult for me to believe Jim could become a doctor in only 5 years and he had EMT training, but to most of the world this man is Sam the architect. How did he become a doctor in only 5 years? Did I miss something? I was already having a hard time dealing with the whole "he looks like Jim to the viewers but to all others viewing him, he looks like Sam." I want to believe. Somebody help with a logical explanation for the medical school thing. Please!!!

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