Ghost Whisperer Episodes

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Ghost Whisperer Season 2 episodes

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 chara... read more

The Prophet Season 2, Episode 21

Part 1 of 2. A ghostly prophet (Vivian Wu) shows ominous visions to Melinda, who is concerned because Gabriel continues to stay in town. Ethan Clark: Julian Sands. read more

April 27, 2007: Fears for Tears Season 2, Episode 20

OK, I'm thinking of changing my nickname for us all from Ghosties to Scoobies, because we totally called it! The moment I saw Payne "walk through" Kate, I yelled, "Ha! We knew it!" Although we were pretty good at guessing she was probably a ghost, I don't think any of us saw the following series of events coming. At first, I was thrilled at the prospect of Kate joining Gabriel as Mel and Payne's nemises from beyond, but Rachel Shelley's bio on IMDb doesn't list any episodes beyond "The Collector." IMDb isn't always up to date, though, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed that we may see her again during all of the havoc that is about to ensue in May. Now then, about "The Collector." By the end of this episode, my jaw was literally on the floor. The show had more suspense than ever, and took some twists that I don't think any of us could have predicted, even with the weeks of foreshadowing we've been nibbling on since the season premiere. As Mel and Payne rattled off the various signs t... read more

April 6, 2007: The Ghost Streaker Season 2, Episode 19

This was an episode that we've all been waiting to see: the day when Melinda finally shares her gift with Delia. The circumstances leading to that moment of truth were pretty surprising; I'd never anticipated that it would happen due to a haunting by Charlie. I found Charlie's backstory with Tim to be particularly interesting, and now I hope that Tim and Delia will have more of a prominent role on the show as stronger supporting characters. I wouldn't mind seeing some scenes with Mel, Jim, Delia and Tim on a fairly regular basis. Some dinner parties, some dates, some fun conversations. Tim and Delia are both very likable characters, and many of us have lamented that Delia in particular hasn't been given strong enough story lines. Well, now that we finally got the "big reveal scene" that we've wanted for so long, I hope the writers will continue to build on her character from this point forward.It was so shocking to hear Delia call Melinda "sick" when first learning of her gift, but ... read more

March 30, 2007: They're Heeeeere Baaaaack! Season 2, Episode 18

This was a very strong new episode, and worth waiting for. Any show with cute animals gets bonus points from me. I'd always been a cat person until I got married and wound up with two "dog babies" of my own. Now I love dogs as much as I love cats, each for different reasons. Do you all remember the last episode with Bob the dog, when I'd mentioned that Melinda needed to learn about "calm assertive energy"? See? I was right! I would have liked for the scene with Cesar Millan to be a little bit longer, but it was cute. The whole Homer-Bob story was a fun way to lighten up a pretty dark and intense episode.I don't know that it was intentional, but in the beginning of the show, when they were focusing in on creepy doll faces and clown faces, one of the clowns made me think of the movie Poltergeist, which wound up being the big mislead until the ghost showed herself. I'm glad that they milked the poltergeist angle for a while, because getting Payne into the Gordons' house with all of tha... read more

February 23, 2007: Bed, Bath and Voodoo Season 2, Episode 17

A heartfelt thank you for doing such a great job filling in for me last week. I had to play "catch up" all week, and prepare for Oscar weekend, so I just didn't have time to return. Once it was Friday, I thought... "well sheesh, by now, it's old news and... they all covered last week's episode so well... maaaan, they don't even need me!" Thank you also for wishing me well, because it definitely worked and I am feeling 100 percent again. Now then, let's get into the new episode. I really hope last week's promos didn't literally scare off too many of you, because this was one of my favorite episodes ever. At first, I was prepared to be annoyed that this was going to become a poor attempt to cash in on a popular horror franchise [zombies], or that it was about to become another "crime drama" mystery in an attempt to compete with Medium. Thankfully, this episode became one of the most creative and well written of the season, and I really had fun watching it.Judging from last week's comm... read more

The Cradle Will Rock Season 2, Episode 16

A jewelry-store employee dies shortly after a robbery and his spirit contacts Melinda for help to get a message to his widow. But the ghost's request turns out to be more of a threat as he puts Melinda's life in danger until she agrees to his demands. read more

February 9, 2007: We've Got Spirits, Yes We Do! Season 2, Episode 15

Applause to Ghost Whisperer for a wicked-cool Grammy Awards tie-in with Mary J. Blige as a guest star. She did a great job acting, and didn't seem at all to be "big music star playing actor," which often happens when pop stars get cast in TV shows and movies. It was actually her performance this evening that made me cry when her character realized her little brother was in the light. I also thought it was clever that we wound up hearing one of her songs through the cheerleading competition, rather than through an obligatory forced concert at the end of the show. Very clever and smooth Grammy Awards cross-promotion for CBS.Melinda was an adorable little freak in high school, wasn't she? She looked like a cute manga character, which I wouldn't exactly consider "nerdy," even by today's standards. But I s'pose to cheerleaders and the popular types, she would seem a bit different and be treated like a freak. Actually, her character in high school reminded me of the role that J. Love play... read more

February 2, 2007: The Ghost and the Furious Season 2, Episode 14

With just enough testosterone and just enough sentiment, this is the Ghost Whisperer that probably bridged a gap or two between male and female viewers. Although, I think that the men got the better end of the deal, because I didn't shed a single tear out of it. Oh, well.I guess that our theories of Payne's wife possibly being a ghost have been debunked. Not only is she not a ghost, she's the gorgeous actress Rachel Shelley, who also happens to be one of my favorite characters on The L Word (Helena). I wonder if we'll see more of her.... She sure does seem to be threatened by Melinda, so we're not the only ones that have caught on to Payne's... um... affinity for Mel. I think that Mel, Jim, Payne and Alice should have dinner together one night, what do you think? (Wink, wink)I hope that Tim's reason for standing up Delia is soon revealed. Although she's holding her head high and moving on, I still don't believe that he did it to hurt her. There had to have been a good explanation, a... read more

Deja Boo Season 2, Episode 13

A ghost who can recall his previous lives appears to be destined for another reincarnation as the child of Melinda's pregnant friend---but the spirit doesn't want to return and actively seeks to harm the unborn baby. The situation cools Jim's interest in starting a family, but it might be too late as Melinda begins to exhibit telltale symptoms. read more

January 5, 2007: My Ghost Whisperer Is Back! Season 2, Episode 12

Ahhhh, yes. Red eyes and a tear-streaked face feels so good after meandering through a couple of consecutive "dry" Ghost Whisperer eps over the holidays. I can't help it. I like to cry during this show, because it's quite cathartic. Whenever I watch an episode that doesn't make me cry even a little, I feel rooked. But I'm a classic romantic. A certified sap. And I make no apologies for being a horror nerd that also enjoys a little tenderness in my shows here and there. With Ghost Whisperer, I get just enough dark and creepy with just enough tears shed *to keep me in touch with my inner sentimentalist. *I draw the line with my music collection. Not a single Celine Dion or Air Supply CD in the bunch, I swear. Would the soundtrack to Pretty in Pink be considered a sappy CD to own? A Ghost Whisperer's Best Friend"OK, Bob, you lead." Tsk, tsk, Miz Gordon. The Dog Whisperer could teach you a thing or two about "calm, assertive energy!" Well, you've never claimed to be a dog whisperer (at ... read more

December 15, 2006: A Total Payne Season 2, Episode 11

Melinda: Do you want me to kick down the door?Professor Rick Payne: Yes!!! Forever a classic Mrs. Gordon-Professor Payne moment.I'm starting to get the feeling that the relationship between Melinda and the quirky teach may be forming a bizarre Gordon-Payne love triangle. Melinda often seems irritated with the professor, but nobody — not even Melinda, I believe — can deny the tangible chemistry between them. It even seemed as though, when she confessed to Jim that she'd told Payne about her gift, Jim's "wow" had a tinge of green to it — and it didn't come from the Amazon jungle. Or am I reading into things just a little too much? I did find it odd that she would tell Rick before Delia.... Then again, the fact that he had a connection to this ghost did make it inevitable. Is this a new plot device to get somebody in there to shake things up a bit in the Gordon marriage? I guess that time and further hauntings requiring the knowledge and advice of a prolific, cynical ... read more

Giving Up the Ghost Season 2, Episode 10

A high-school baseball pitcher is possessed by the spirit of a former major leaguer (Christopher Wiehl) who wants another shot at the game after his untimely death, which involved the boy's coach (John Mese). read more

The Curse of the Ninth Season 2, Episode 9

A promising musician (Neil Hopkins) is forced to abandon his dream when a ghostly energy begins attacking him while he plays. Melinda discovers two spirits are attached to the artist, each claiming the other is to blame for the problem. Meanwhile, Delia is intent on celebrating her late husband's birthday, but Ned wants nothing to do with the ceremony. 'N Sync member J.C. Chasez, billed as Joshua Chasez, guest stars. read more

The Night We Met Season 2, Episode 8

Melinda deals with the ghost of an arsonist who set fire to a restaurant---twice. The case reminds her of another blaze five years ago on the night she met Jim. As she prepares to celebrate the anniversary, it appears that he has forgotten the date, but she refuses to give him a hint, hoping he will remember on his own. Warren: Tim Kang. read more

A Vicious Cycle Season 2, Episode 7

Melinda encounters the spirit of a woman (Bess Wohl) who died in a snowstorm 20 years ago after her car slid off a road in a heavily wooded area. The woman wants Melinda's help in finding her young daughter, who was in the car with her on the night of the accident. read more

The Woman of His Dreams Season 2, Episode 6

Jim is haunted by the spirit of a beautiful woman (Amanda Tosch) who appears to him with various Egyptian symbols. With his wife out of town, Jim finds himself in Melinda's shoes as he investigates the mystery while trying to keep the truth behind his questions a secret. Josie: Debi Mazar. Diana: Markie Post. Jim: David Conrad. read more

A Grave Matter Season 2, Episode 5

The spirit of a man (David Paymer) buried in the wrong grave asks for help, but Melinda is angered when she learns the man had abandoned his family, reminding her of her own father. Meanwhile, a ghost begins following Delia and Melinda wonders how to get rid of the bothersome spirit without spilling her secret. read more

The Ghost Within Season 2, Episode 4

Melinda purchases a box filled with mysterious ornaments, and when she touches them, she sees visions that tell her the story of a ghost (Kevin Weisman) who is unable to communicate any other way. Rick Payne: Jay Mohr. read more

January 12, 2007: Baby Steps? Season 2, Episode 3

Why? Why why why why why times infinity did Delia have to get stood up at the theater? I mean, I know that Tim's a firefighter, so I'm going to give him the benefit of the doubt. It's not like firefighters have the luxury of making a phone call when they get called to an emergency. But still, she took a few steps forward and now... I'm afraid that this disappointment will set her back. My heart nearly broke for her when he didn't show. I've been there before; it is not a good place to be. But hopefully, they'll find a way to work through this, because Delia and Tim are awfully darn cute together. I had wondered when they'd pick that story line back up, after he'd commented on how beautiful she was when they'd both attended that funeral earlier in the season.Now then, about the prospect of losing Jim. I'm starting to think that maybe all of these ominous signs are just a way to keep us on edge concerning Jim and Melinda. I mean, think about it. Typically on TV and in movies, a standa... read more

Love Still Won't Die Season 2, Episode 2

Melinda is contacted by a ghost who is obsessed with her and threatens to harm Jim in order to have Melinda all to himself. Meanwhile, a teen repeatedly attempts to shoplift a pair of concert tickets from the antique shop, bringing Melinda in contact with his mother (Camryn Manheim), who vows to make up for her son's strange behavior. read more

Love Never Dies Season 2, Episode 1

Melinda must find a way to help Andrea, whose earthbound spirit is being menaced by the same entity Melinda has battled before. She seeks assistance from a paranormal professor, hoping to identify the mysterious dark spirit and gain insight into what he wants. Romano: John Walcutt. Rick Payne: Jay Mohr. 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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