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Ghost Whisperer Episode: "All Ghosts Lead to Grandview"

Season 3, Episode 9
Episode Synopsis: Melinda meets a young girl who may have the same ability to talk to spirits. Becca Cahill: Makenzie Vega. Grandma: June Squibb. Gabriel Lawrence: Ignacio Serricchio.
Original Air Date: Nov 23, 2007
Guest Cast David Newsom: Tony Cahill Deborah Carson: Woman Makenzie Vega: Becca Cahill June Squibb: Grandma Kelly Gould: Young Melinda Cheryl White: Joan Cahill Anne Ramsay: Audrey Asher Javi Mulero: Sam Asher Masam Holden: Daniel Asher
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Season 3, Episode 9
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Aired: 11/23/2007
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All Ghosts Lead to Grandview Season 3, Episode 9

Hmmm... ah... hmmmm... Ghosties, I got nothin' on this one. Is it because I'm still too full from feasting to care? I really don't know. For all that happened in this episode, it feels like I should have so much to say, but I don't. Something about this storyline just didn't grab me for some reason... maybe it's because I didn't empathize with "Mini Mel," and I'm not sure why. I don't think it was any fault of the actress, and it's not like the writing or plot was subpar. Maybe this episode should have been a two-parter, so that I could feel a bit more invested in the Little Ghost Whisperer... I felt like she was sort of thrown at us out of left field, and then we were supposed to care as much about her as Mel did. Meeting a young Ghost Whisperer had to have been extremely pivotal for Mel, but for me, it fell flat. Am I just a cold-hearted viewer this weekend, or what's the deal? Now, I did like the scene with Little Mel and her grandmother in the hospital. That gave us some great backstory on how Mel learned very early on how to hone her... craft, so to speak. I also thought that the reunion with the kid and his parents was pretty cool. I also felt a bit moved when Mini-Mel figured out how to make her parents believe. But overall, it seems like this should be a really huge deal of an episode, and I really wasn't as affected by it as some of the other episodes this season. Finally, I'm getting tired of Gabriel showing up, talking in his cryptic riddles, and then disappearing into the mist. How long do you think they will continue to milk that storyline? I'm getting a little impatient... I'd like a few more true clues dropped our way. Clues that mean more than "Oooh, darkness. Badness. Look out, Mel. Oh no, wait. You don't understand Mel. You're my sister... or are you? Bippity-boppity-boo. The next time I see you, you'll find out more... or will you?" Maybe I'm just cranky tonight... or am I? What did you think? Oh, and I hope you all put the "ful" into wonderful this Thanksgiving weekend! show less
Hmmm... ah... hmmmm... Ghosties, I got nothin' on this one. Is it because I'm still too full from feasting to care? I really don't know. For all that happened in this episode, it feels like I should have so much to say, but I don't. Something about this storyline just didn't grab me for some reason... maybe it's because I didn't empathize with "Mini Mel," and I'm not sure why. I don't think it was any fault of the actress, and it's not like the writing or plot was subpar.Maybe this episode should have been a two-parter, so that I could feel a bit more invested in the Little Ghost Whisperer... I felt like she was sort of thrown at us out of left field, and then we were supposed to care as much about her as Mel did. Meeting a young Ghost Whisperer had to have been extremely pivotal for Mel, but for me, it fell flat. Am I just a cold-hearted viewer this weekend, or what's the deal?Now, I did like the scene with Little Mel and her grandmother in the hospital. That gave us some great bac... 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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