Ghost Whisperer Episodes

2005, TV Show

Ghost Whisperer Episode: "Drowned Lives"

Season 2, Episode 3
Episode Synopsis: The ghost of a drowned girl haunts her home's new owners, clients of Delia's real-estate business. Melinda attempts to help while keeping her ability a secret, which jeopardizes her budding friendship with Delia and the young couple who moved into the haunted house.
Original Air Date: Oct 6, 2006
Guest Cast Tatum McCann: Emily Morrison Miles Heizer: Jake Morrison Patricia De Leon: Policewoman Tamala Jones: Amy Wright Judith Hoag: Angela Morrison Nynno Ahli: Jordan Wright Nick Chinlund: Frank Morrison Grace Fulton: Young Melinda
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Season 2, Episode 3
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Aired: 10/6/2006
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January 12, 2007: Baby Steps? Season 2, Episode 3

Why? Why why why why why times infinity did Delia have to get stood up at the theater? I mean, I know that Tim's a firefighter, so I'm going to give him the benefit of the doubt. It's not like firefighters have the luxury of making a phone call when they get called to an emergency. But still, she took a few steps forward and now... I'm afraid that this disappointment will set her back. My heart nearly broke for her when he didn't show. I've been there before; it is not a good place to be. But hopefully, they'll find a way to work through this, because Delia and Tim are awfully darn cute together. I had wondered when they'd pick that story line back up, after he'd commented on how beautiful she was when they'd both attended that funeral earlier in the season. Now then, about the prospect of losing Jim. I'm starting to think that maybe all of these ominous signs are just a way to keep us on edge concerning Jim and Melinda. I mean, think about it. Typically on TV and in movies, a standard plot device used to keep the audience interested is to find ways to keep couples apart or in turmoil. Conflict. We love conflict, that's a fact, and it's why there's so much of it in entertainment. It keeps us hooked. Well, since Jim and Melinda are indeed one of the cutest and most perfect couples on TV right now, we actually wouldn't like to see them flat-out driven apart, so what's the best method of conflict on a spooky show like this? Have ominous signs appear here and there. Make Melinda afraid that she'll lose Jim because of her gift. It's a great conflict device that is obviously keeping us on edge and interested, but without breaking them apart. Just a theory. What did you all think of this week's ghost? I thought it was downright riveting. I never expected the show to take such an intriguing turn down a path of afterlife theories that aren't often explored on TV shows. And, wow, making it a part of Melinda and Jim's baby? I was sitting there thinking to myself, "Oh, my goodness, she's talking to the soul of her unborn child right now?" It just blew my mind. But that's not a bad thing.... I just feel a little rattled, like I need to go watch it again and digest it some more. I almost feel like, "What just happened here?" How about you all, ghosties? show less
Why? Why why why why why times infinity did Delia have to get stood up at the theater? I mean, I know that Tim's a firefighter, so I'm going to give him the benefit of the doubt. It's not like firefighters have the luxury of making a phone call when they get called to an emergency. But still, she took a few steps forward and now... I'm afraid that this disappointment will set her back. My heart nearly broke for her when he didn't show. I've been there before; it is not a good place to be. But hopefully, they'll find a way to work through this, because Delia and Tim are awfully darn cute together. I had wondered when they'd pick that story line back up, after he'd commented on how beautiful she was when they'd both attended that funeral earlier in the season.Now then, about the prospect of losing Jim. I'm starting to think that maybe all of these ominous signs are just a way to keep us on edge concerning Jim and Melinda. I mean, think about it. Typically on TV and in movies, a standa... read more

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Premiered: September 23, 2005, on CBS
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: Newlywed Melinda Gordon tries to help the dead communicate with loved ones, 'but sometimes the messages she receives are intense and confusing.' Most of Melinda's efforts involve resolving conflicts that are preventing the spirits from passing over. The sentimental drama is 'inspired by the work of medium James Van Praagh.'

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