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Ghost Whisperer Episode: "Delia's First Ghost"

Season 2, Episode 19
Episode Synopsis: Ned is haunted by an angry spirit after he pulls some pranks and Melinda is at a loss as to how to handle the situation without telling Delia. Meanwhile, Tim is determined to win Delia's affections after he sees her dating other men. D.W. Moffett, Fredric Lane.
Original Air Date: Apr 6, 2007
Guest Cast Muse Watson: Milt Charles D.W. Moffett: Dale Bruce A. Young: Chad West Tom Wilson: Tim Flaherty Fredric Lane: Charlie Banks/Ghost Gil McKinney: Jackson Ramirez/Naked Ghost Michael Toland: Matthew
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Season 2, Episode 19
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Aired: 4/6/2007
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April 6, 2007: The Ghost Streaker Season 2, Episode 19

This was an episode that we've all been waiting to see: the day when Melinda finally shares her gift with Delia. The circumstances leading to that moment of truth were pretty surprising; I'd never anticipated that it would happen due to a haunting by Charlie. I found Charlie's backstory with Tim to be particularly interesting, and now I hope that Tim and Delia will have more of a prominent role on the show as stronger supporting characters. I wouldn't mind seeing some scenes with Mel, Jim, Delia and Tim on a fairly regular basis. Some dinner parties, some dates, some fun conversations. Tim and Delia are both very likable characters, and many of us have lamented that Delia in particular hasn't been given strong enough story lines. Well, now that we finally got the "big reveal scene" that we've wanted for so long, I hope the writers will continue to build on her character from this point forward. It was so shocking to hear Delia call Melinda "sick" when first learning of her gift, but J. Love did a great job with that scene. I felt so bad for her that I wanted to hug her; the look on her face was sheer heartbreak. At first I thought to myself, "Delia, aren't you more open-minded that that?" But after some thought, I'm actually glad that she turned out to be a huge skeptic, because... c'mon, somebody close to Mel's gotta be! It's more realistic to have a few people - even close friends - around Melinda who can't "go where she goes," as Delia worded it. It will add a little more tension to the show, as well as room for growth in their relationship. Ultimately, Delia decided to accept Melinda as a person and cherish their friendship, and that matters way more than understanding or even accepting her gift. The comedic story line with the ghost streaker was pretty cute. How'd you like that jar-of-pickles innuendo? Hah! I would have rather had more scenes with Payne to lighten up the mood, but we can't have everything now, can we? Speaking of having everything, I've decided something: Many of us have either complained about or welcomed the distraction that is "Melinda's girls," and we've all written about it often here. Lately, some of us have commented on a lack of neckline-plunging distraction, and some of you have felt relieved about this, while others felt a little sad. Well, here's what I think: If the producers of the show decided that they wanted to once again... distract us with "the girls," well, I've decided it's OK. But here would be my terms of this agreement: If we wind up seeing lots of cleavage in a scene, then we must be paid in kind with at least one scene of Jim coming out of the shower in nothing but a towel. All I'm asking for is tat for tit, and I believe these terms are really quite reasonable. Can I get a witness? So! How did you all feel about Mel's big reveal to Delia? Did you like how the story turned out, or did you want it to happen differently? Do you like it that Delia's a skeptic, or would you have preferred that she become another cohort in Gordon's ghostliness? show less
This was an episode that we've all been waiting to see: the day when Melinda finally shares her gift with Delia. The circumstances leading to that moment of truth were pretty surprising; I'd never anticipated that it would happen due to a haunting by Charlie. I found Charlie's backstory with Tim to be particularly interesting, and now I hope that Tim and Delia will have more of a prominent role on the show as stronger supporting characters. I wouldn't mind seeing some scenes with Mel, Jim, Delia and Tim on a fairly regular basis. Some dinner parties, some dates, some fun conversations. Tim and Delia are both very likable characters, and many of us have lamented that Delia in particular hasn't been given strong enough story lines. Well, now that we finally got the "big reveal scene" that we've wanted for so long, I hope the writers will continue to build on her character from this point forward.It was so shocking to hear Delia call Melinda "sick" when first learning of her gift, but ... 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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