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Ghost Whisperer Episode: "The Walk-In"

Season 2, Episode 17
Episode Synopsis: A corpse in the morgue is reanimated when it is possessed by another's ghost. Melinda soon discovers this was not a random act, as the invading spirit has a list of things to do and wants to use this specific body to get them done. So much so, the spirit may have contributed to the man's untimely death. Jay Mohr, Jamie Bamber, Dan Byrd.
Original Air Date: Feb 23, 2007
Guest Cast Tom Wilson: Tim Flaherty Nikki McCauley: Cute Girl Curtis Armstrong: Harold Senta Moses: Alyssa Adams David Giuntoli: Rick Dan Byrd: Jason Bennett/17-Year-Old Kid Jamie Bamber: Bryan Curtis/John Doe
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Season 2, Episode 17
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Aired: 2/23/2007
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February 23, 2007: Bed, Bath and Voodoo Season 2, Episode 17

A heartfelt thank you for doing such a great job filling in for me last week. I had to play "catch up" all week, and prepare for Oscar weekend, so I just didn't have time to return. Once it was Friday, I thought... "well sheesh, by now, it's old news and... they all covered last week's episode so well... maaaan, they don't even need me!" Thank you also for wishing me well, because it definitely worked and I am feeling 100 percent again. Now then, let's get into the new episode. I really hope last week's promos didn't literally scare off too many of you, because this was one of my favorite episodes ever. At first, I was prepared to be annoyed that this was going to become a poor attempt to cash in on a popular horror franchise [zombies], or that it was about to become another "crime drama" mystery in an attempt to compete with Medium. Thankfully, this episode became one of the most creative and well written of the season, and I really had fun watching it. Judging from last week's comments on the "absence of Payne," I'm sure I wasn't the only one cheering upon seeing Jay Mohr's name in the credits. As always, he contributed lots of spark to the show, and it's no wonder he's so missed when he's not on. I did wonder about his voodoo candle.... Do you think he may have consulted his own Shaman, and has used that candle to help draw his wife to the light? Did you notice it was on a shelf next to an artifact of a mask? It could be another clue about her. What do you think? Speaking of great casting, I really enjoyed watching one of my favorite actors, Jamie Bamber from Battlestar Galactica, in the role of Bryan. He did a great job covering a wide range of emotions, and once the other ghost came into the picture, I thoroughly enjoyed watching both of them, especially once they got to the quick-witted banter from the reunion on to the end. I think what I liked best of all was that this episode really kept its sense of humor. As I mentioned above, I loved the interaction between the two ghosts, and that it covered a lot of emotional ground with two very talented actors. This episode had just enough of a spooky feeling without getting too dark (although, there's no such thing as too dark for me), and also that perfect amount of sweet. It felt good to shed a few emotionally satisfying tears of closure once the ghosts crossed over; that's my favorite kind of Ghost Whisperer ending. Now then, about this episode's weaknesses. It was good to see Tim working his butt off on apologizing to Delia, and I'm glad she didn't give in very quickly. I still would like to know what the heck happened, and it annoyed me that we still don't get closure on that. (Frankly, I don't know that we will.) I remain annoyed that Delia doesn't know about Mel's gift, and I hope that the writers do consider letting her in on it soon, because we're all getting pretty frustrated over seeing Camryn Manheim in such a "wallpaper" role (yes, I just now made up that description). Although those two Delia stories remain a bit of an irritating question mark for me, the other intriguing question mark remains, and that is, Payne's wife: dead or alive? And I'm going to proclaim it right here, right now: Ghost Whisperer powers-that-be: you need to cast Jay Mohr as a permanent character soon! Anyway, this episode really reminded me of why I like and still watch Ghost Whisperer, and I hope it did that for you all, too. show less
A heartfelt thank you for doing such a great job filling in for me last week. I had to play "catch up" all week, and prepare for Oscar weekend, so I just didn't have time to return. Once it was Friday, I thought... "well sheesh, by now, it's old news and... they all covered last week's episode so well... maaaan, they don't even need me!" Thank you also for wishing me well, because it definitely worked and I am feeling 100 percent again. Now then, let's get into the new episode. I really hope last week's promos didn't literally scare off too many of you, because this was one of my favorite episodes ever. At first, I was prepared to be annoyed that this was going to become a poor attempt to cash in on a popular horror franchise [zombies], or that it was about to become another "crime drama" mystery in an attempt to compete with Medium. Thankfully, this episode became one of the most creative and well written of the season, and I really had fun watching it.Judging from last week's comm... 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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