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Ghost Whisperer Episode: "Bad Blood"

Season 3, Episode 8
Episode Synopsis: Melinda is suspicious of a country home recently purchased by Delia's friend. Steve Sinclair: Alan Ruck. Marlo Sinclair: Kay Panabaker. Liz Sinclair: Stacy Edwards.
Original Air Date: Nov 16, 2007
Guest Cast Stacy Edwards: Liz Sinclair Alan Ruck: Steve Sinclair Kathleen York: Vivian Sembrook Matthew J. Morrison: Matt Sembrook Kay Panabaker: Marlo Sinclair David Gautreaux: Erwin Sembrook
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Aired: 11/16/2007
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"Bad Blood" Season 3, Episode 8

Wardrobe Melfunction My first thought this episode was: holy pants, Batman! Bueller? Bueller? Bueller? Anyone who experienced their pre-teen to teen years in the '80s will understand why I'm referring to Ferris Bueller's Day Off in this post. Wow, Alan Ruck really hasn't aged a whole lot, has he? Well... and neither has Matthew Broderick, come to think of it. It's a Sick.... Howse [Yes, I'm Singing That to the Tune Of... oh, Nevermind]! One thing that I found very effective was the lighting in the house during scenes in which the father and daughter were in a trance. Did you notice how everything was cast in sort of a murky, "sick" green hue? The characters were also often filmed at strange angles when in the house, and of course, the ghosts themselves had an "off" color to them, as well. The ghosts weren't as subtle, but the house had a subliminal sort of "ick" to it, which was really effective. Doubting Delia I enjoyed the scenes between Delia and Melinda... the interaction felt believable to me... Great Paynes I loved some of Payne's references in this episode. "More Jack Nicholson, less Linda Blair." References to two of the greatest films of all time. "Heeeeere's Johnny!" [Hm....I would try to quote something from The Exorcist, but I'd probably get kicked out of blogging here for repeating any of Regan's more... uh... infamous quotes]. Which leads me to another great Payne quote. When comparing oppression to possession: "It's more bedside manner and less head-spinning." Finally, "The Newlydeads Game." Too funny... but mostly because of the way Jay Mohr delivered that line. Brilliant [as always, Jay]! Good, Mean Fun I gotta say, I loved the wicked sense of humor in this episode, especially the ending... it was nice to see the kitty cat, too. Your thoughts on "Bad Blood?" show less
Wardrobe MelfunctionMy first thought this episode was: holy pants, Batman! Bueller? Bueller? Bueller?Anyone who experienced their pre-teen to teen years in the '80s will understand why I'm referring to Ferris Bueller's Day Off in this post. Wow, Alan Ruck really hasn't aged a whole lot, has he? Well... and neither has Matthew Broderick, come to think of it.It's a Sick.... Howse [Yes, I'm Singing That to the Tune Of... oh, Nevermind]!One thing that I found very effective was the lighting in the house during scenes in which the father and daughter were in a trance. Did you notice how everything was cast in sort of a murky, "sick" green hue? The characters were also often filmed at strange angles when in the house, and of course, the ghosts themselves had an "off" color to them, as well. The ghosts weren't as subtle, but the house had a subliminal sort of "ick" to it, which was really effective.Doubting DeliaI enjoyed the scenes between Delia and Melinda... the interaction felt believa... 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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