Bill Murray lends his voice to the orange fat-cat, whose world unravels when his owner adopts a lovable dog.
Four teens are stalked by an unseen killer after accidentally hitting a man with a car and disposing of his body.
Melinda's secret could be exposed when Sam catches her in some lies and begins to question his relationship with her. Courtney: Sarah Ramos.
Melinda reveals her special abilities to Sam, who has an unexpected reaction to the news.
Melinda shocks Sam with a revelation that leaves their relationship faltering.
Sam rescues Melinda from a life-threatening situation that nearly kills him as well. Ben Tillman: Mark Pellegrino. Anne Tillman: Stephanie Michels.
Melinda and Eli help a ghost as he tries to settle a matter with a mysterious woman (Hilary Duff) who may be connected to another man's death.
When a soap opera shoots scenes in Grandview, a young and restless ghost haunts the beautiful cast and causes trouble on the set. Grant Harper: Thad Luckinbill. Brook Dennis: Amelia Heinle.
A girl's dollhouse is haunted by ghosts.
While making wedding-day preparations, Melinda finds time to help a girl who claims she's been visited by vampires. Serena Westen: Alexa Vega. Jenn Westen: Gail O'Grady.
In the fourth-season finale, Melinda fears for her unborn child after a surprising visitation by a ghost. Carl the Watcher: David Clennon. Josh Bedford: Bruce Davison.
In the fifth-season opener, Melinda gives birth to a boy, who has her gift of seeing the dead.
A chain e-mail with a malevolent force threatens the residents of Grandview.
Eli's father has a heart attack, and the traumatic event leads Eli to a reunion with his deceased mother who carried a secret to her grave 10 years earlier and hasn't been able to cross over.
Melinda goes to a hospital morgue that is being haunted by the ghost of a surgeon who is reliving a failed surgery.
Melinda helps one of Eli's patients (Chad Lowe), who thinks his sister's ghost is haunting him. Meanwhile, Jim and Melinda are concerned when Aiden mentions his new friends, who are something other than ghosts.
The headless horseman from Washington Irving's "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" comes to life and haunts Melinda, and she fears for Aiden when the book shows up at his school.
Jim thinks that one of his colleagues could be involved in a med student's disappearance; and Melinda worries when Aiden mentions that he's afraid of "the shadows."
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