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The Bloody Mary urban legend is revived at the university when a girl goes into a coma, and Melinda must determine if there's truth to the tale or a ghost is involved.

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Ian Sander

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John Gray (creator), Laurie McCarthy | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jennifer Love Hewitt ... Melinda Gordon
David Conrad ... Jim Clancy
Jay Mohr ... Professor Rick Payne
Camryn Manheim ... Delia Banks
Autumn Reeser ... Sloane Alexander
Mae Whitman ... Rachel Fordham
Kevin Kilner ... Bill Fordham
Kris Lemche ... Scott
Afemo Omilami ... Archivist
Camille Chen ... Jenna Chen
Courtnee Draper ... Allison Dunne
Stephanie Erb ... Lisa Fordham
Rob Elk ... Dr. Horace Mumford
Max Hoffman ... Brian
Katy Boyer ... Eliza Mumford
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The Bloody Mary urban legend is revived at the university when a girl goes into a coma, and Melinda must determine if there's truth to the tale or a ghost is involved.

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Drama | Fantasy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 October 2007 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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Scott the Ghost: [Scott the Ghost appears in the archive room] You're plucky, you're gutsy. Those are excellent traits in a person who wants to get badly hurt.
Melinda Gordon: Yeah, you told me that before. Now you heard what I just said to the archivist. What do you want to tell me?
Scott the Ghost: You can't just leave the dead to rest, can you?
Melinda Gordon: I'll let them rest, when they let me rest. Do you know something or not?
Scott the Ghost: [He disappears then reappears behind Melinda] She's real. But not everything you've heard is true. Some of the most interesting ...
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Now this i more like it
7 October 2007 | by xredgarnetxSee all my reviews

The second episode of the third season has Melinda facing off against Bloody Mary, a ghastly specter from the past who was buried alive and has come back to wreak her vengeance on anyone who dares call her name three times while spinning in front of a mirror. Sound familiar? It should. It's CANDYMAN in drag, and the episode does a pretty good job of reworking the Candyman mythos. A series of college gals have fallen prey to Mary's spirit, and it's up to Melinda to stop the onslaught. Melinda doesn't buy the entire Bloody Mary legend, and suspects something else may be going on. We get some pretty strong imagery for a family-oriented network show, including that of Mary's corpse, before and after she has been buried. Unfortunately, we also get a return visit by the boring bad boy ghost in the town's public archives room -- although he does provide Melinda with some important information about the Bloody Mary legend. Jay Mohr also is back as Melinda's university contact and sometimes buddy. For the straight guys who watch this show, Jennifer Love Hewitt twirls in front of a mirror, wearing an incredibly tight, low-cut, baby blue stretch-knit top. Worth the price of admission right there, for a show largely oriented to female viewers.


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