Ghost Whisperer Episodes

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Ghost Whisperer Episode: "The Gathering"

Season 2, Episode 22
Episode Synopsis: In the conclusion of the two-part second-season finale, Melinda tries to decipher clues left by the ghost prophet (Vivian Wu), who hints that the dark may be growing stronger than the light. Ethan Clark: Julian Sands. Gabriel Rance: Ignacio Serricchio.
Original Air Date: May 11, 2007
Guest Cast Charles Mesure: The Messenger Mark Hapka: Confused Ghost Grace Fulton: Young Melinda Dee Freeman: Mail Person Ghost Tim Guinee: Charlie Filbert Julian Sands: Ethan Clark Michael G. Hagerty: Mayor Millio Vivian Wu: Prophet Ghost Jeremy Shada: Liam June Squibb: Grandma Jenny Levine: Jane Hargrove Kyle Chavarria: Kristen Jane Wall: Karen the Nanny
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Season 2, Episode 22
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Aired: 5/11/2007
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May 11, 2007: 511 Season 2, Episode 22

First off, I want to apologize that I couldn't post this entry immediately after the season finale. I actually had planned on it, but a crippling migraine completely ruined it for me Friday night. (Great way to start a weekend after a stressful week, eh?) Comments from Last Week: OK, I hear ya on the nickname Scoobies, so we shall remain Ghosties. Er... wait, Jena H. has volunteered the nickname "Whispies." What shall we call ourselves when new episodes premiere: Ghosties or Whispies? Let me know in the comments, and I'll tally the votes. Also, regarding the sexual tension between Mel and Gabriel, I didn't mean it in an overtly creepy way, I mean it in the subtext. *Sigh* OK, I'm an actor, so I often notice when an actor is creating tension below the surface, or when they're creating their own subtext. I felt that Ignacio Serricchio was playing his role with a slight bit of flirtation with J. Love, and I actually was right. I guess I pick up on things like that because I analyze characters from an actor's perspective quite often. Again, I didn't mean it in a creepy way; I just noticed what Ignacio was doing. It was done subtly, but I noticed it. Onto 511: Now then, my biggest question to you all: (besides the brilliant Daesey4 who pretty much "called it" last week) Did you all see it coming? Did you ever think for one moment that when "death of a loved one" showed up on Jim's back, that it would be referring to Melinda?! I sure didn't, and I enjoyed the surprise. I felt that, in a way, this finale tied up some loose ends, but then opened up a whole new plane (pun... intended?) of possibilities, and I feel they will be much darker ones. I feel like next season will cross some boundaries it hasn't crossed before, and I enjoy that the show isn't really predictable anymore. Here's what I'd like to know. I missed Season 1 of Ghost Whisperer, so I have very little background on Melinda's roots, in particular, her family. Did she ever talk about her father in previous episodes, or were we ever shown anything regarding her father? Also, do you think that Gabriel is Mel's brother? I think it would be too easy that he'd wind up being her brother. I think he's a red herring, and that her brother's out there somewhere. It's possible that Gabriel knows her brother, or it's possible that her brother is one of Gabriel's dark ghosts.... Your theories? Another thing: Do you feel like Mel's near-death experience may make her "not quite right" now that she's awakened? What I do know for certain, now that the finale is over: Season 3 is going to be quite a ride. SB Thompson: Mel's father's voice was The Hasselhoff's?! show less
First off, I want to apologize that I couldn't post this entry immediately after the season finale. I actually had planned on it, but a crippling migraine completely ruined it for me Friday night. (Great way to start a weekend after a stressful week, eh?) Comments from Last Week:OK, I hear ya on the nickname Scoobies, so we shall remain Ghosties. Er... wait, Jena H. has volunteered the nickname "Whispies." What shall we call ourselves when new episodes premiere: Ghosties or Whispies? Let me know in the comments, and I'll tally the votes.Also, regarding the sexual tension between Mel and Gabriel, I didn't mean it in an overtly creepy way, I mean it in the subtext. *Sigh* OK, I'm an actor, so I often notice when an actor is creating tension below the surface, or when they're creating their own subtext. I felt that Ignacio Serricchio was playing his role with a slight bit of flirtation with J. Love, and I actually was right. I guess I pick up on things like that because I analyze chara... 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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