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Ghost Whisperer Episode: "Haunted Hero"

Season 3, Episode 3
Episode Synopsis: An Iraq War veteran needs assistance from Melinda after he returns home haunted by spirits that have accompanied him. Real-life soldiers William Owen, Mike Siembruzch, Dustin Senella, Josh Cannon and Sgt. Tom Kane appear in the episode.
Original Air Date: Oct 12, 2007
Guest Cast Michael DeLorenzo: Colonel Richard Sanchez Matthew Marsden: Matt Murphy Lela Loren: Anna Sanchez Kate Levering: Gina Prince Tom Kane
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Aired: 10/12/2007
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"Haunted Hero" Season 3, Episode 3

Wow. I... am at a loss for words regarding this episode, and I'm trying to figure out why. I will be very curious to read your thoughts on this one, Ghosties. I thought that the mystery behind the haunting was unique. I liked seeing Jim being much more active at helping Mel with this haunting, but overall, I felt a little bit confused because it seemed like an obligatory "war episode." I dunno, maybe it's because I also watch Brothers & Sisters, and Sunday's episode brought one of the brothers home from Iraq injured, and it was pretty intense. Anyway, one thing is for certain: Whether this episode was about war or roses, it wouldn't matter because at the end of the day, the GW powers-that-be seem to be getting further and further away from the greater mystery that they started last season and opened with this season. I mean, I know we're only three episodes into the season, but with each episode, they're moving further and further away from all of the greater Grandview mysteries they've begun, and I'm not enjoying that trend. Is it shallow that I'd rather they follow through on what they've started than throw in a "war episode"? And this truly has nothing whatsoever to do with any feelings I have concerning the current war. This could have been about any war in our history and I'd feel just as frustrated. Where's the kid in the records department? What about Gabriel? What about the light being blocked by an unseen force? How about Dad? They need to make a decision about sticking to a serialized show if they want to start all of these huge plot events.... It doesn't work anymore when an episode gets thrown in that doesn't even hint at what's going on. Your thoughts? show less
Wow. I... am at a loss for words regarding this episode, and I'm trying to figure out why. I will be very curious to read your thoughts on this one, Ghosties.I thought that the mystery behind the haunting was unique. I liked seeing Jim being much more active at helping Mel with this haunting, but overall, I felt a little bit confused because it seemed like an obligatory "war episode." I dunno, maybe it's because I also watch Brothers & Sisters, and Sunday's episode brought one of the brothers home from Iraq injured, and it was pretty intense.Anyway, one thing is for certain: Whether this episode was about war or roses, it wouldn't matter because at the end of the day, the GW powers-that-be seem to be getting further and further away from the greater mystery that they started last season and opened with this season. I mean, I know we're only three episodes into the season, but with each episode, they're moving further and further away from all of the greater Grandview mysteries t... 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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