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Ghost Whisperer Episode: "Double Exposure"

Season 3, Episode 6
Episode Synopsis: Professor Payne begins dating a colleague at the university, but her extreme camera shyness perplexes him. Professor Claudia Pollili: Victoria Pratt.
Original Air Date: Nov 2, 2007
Guest Cast Mike Erwin: Kevin Graham Kelvin Yu: Joseph Dave Engfer: Super Becky Wahlstrom: Stacey Adler Fay Hauser: ER Doctor Victoria Pratt: Professor Claudia Pollolo Azura Skye: Sophie Owens
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"Double Exposure" Season 3, Episode 6

Melinda: "I've been thinking about how dark spirits don't just lurk underground... that they're around me all the time.... I just want you to know that that doesn't scare me." Jim: "How is that reassuring?" Melinda: "Because... anger and darkness... that's just the stuff we're supposed to unravel and learn from. And I do that all the time. I'm not afraid because... I know that love is stronger. I've seen it." Jim: "OK, no more decisions based on fear." Melinda: "No more decisions based on fear." I loved that closing scene so much. This week, it was Jim and Melinda that moved me the most. I love that they had a disagreement, I love that they worked through it with tenderness, honesty and humor, and I love that Jim's starting to mean more to the show than "perfect husband." I mean, he still is a perfect husband, but I like that he's starting to communicate his own needs and goals, and that it's bringing a realistic element of conflict to the show without being forced. Reminds me a little more of the dynamic between Jake Weber and Patricia Arquette in Medium. I would love it if the show continued to show more of their marriage than chatting about the week's "encounters" over dinner. I like this direction, GW writers... go with it! But enough talk about great on-screen marriages, let's talk ghosts! Lately, I've found myself amazed that the writers seem to come up with such interesting ghost stories week after week. We really don't ever get "same ol' ghost, same ol' ghost story" from this show. Even when it's a mediocre episode, it's rarely (if ever) recycled material. When Mel said, "I think I've just seen a 21st-century suicide note," it gave me chills. I always resonate with the whole "let's use the digital age as spirit transportation" method to the madness.... Y'know, Shocker, Ghost in the Machine, Poltergeist, The Ring... it just works. Another great quote of the night came from (of course) Payne: "Oh, I see, you were trying to give me 100 reasons not to go out with you, but really, it was one big reason." Wow, way to cut her to the core, Payne. Besides that, I can't think of anything else that stood out as blog-worthy this episode. Your turn! PS. I know I owe you all an entry for last week. I had some personal, business and health issues take me by storm. But this weekend is catch-up weekend for me.... And I do have some thoughts on that episode, so I will be back! show less
Melinda: "I've been thinking about how dark spirits don't just lurk underground... that they're around me all the time.... I just want you to know that that doesn't scare me."Jim: "How is that reassuring?"Melinda: "Because... anger and darkness... that's just the stuff we're supposed to unravel and learn from. And I do that all the time. I'm not afraid because... I know that love is stronger. I've seen it."Jim: "OK, no more decisions based on fear."Melinda: "No more decisions based on fear."I loved that closing scene so much. This week, it was Jim and Melinda that moved me the most. I love that they had a disagreement, I love that they worked through it with tenderness, honesty and humor, and I love that Jim's starting to mean more to the show than "perfect husband." I mean, he still is a perfect husband, but I like that he's starting to communicate his own needs and goals, and that it's bringing a realistic element of conflict to the show without being forced. Reminds me a little m... read more

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Premiered: September 23, 2005, on CBS
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