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I don't think anyone is dead because of they way they worded it last season."how come there is 6 of us and only 5 shadows" and everyone looked at the shadows.If one of them were dead the others would not have been able to hear that comment.

I dunno,all I can say is, I am excited for this show to start up so I can see what the whole 5 shadows meant.

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This is what I found out about the next new show of ghost whisperer

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When a fire breaks out at Rockland University, Jim saves a young psychology professor, Eli, who suffers a near death experience and Melinda befriends him and soon realizes he shares her same ability.

air date 10/3/08

also there is this link http://epguides.com/GhostWhisperer/

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Courtesy of: SOILERFIX

Ghost Whisperer (CBS)

08/26 - Episode 4.03 - Ghost in the Machine [Airing October 17]: Ned, Eli and Melinda are checking out Virtual Life on Melinda's computer when a ghost that looks like an avatar on the game flies out of her computer, unable to control himself, knocking over antiques and breaking glass. They follow him to try and find out where he was heading. Later, Melinda goes on Virtual Life and her avatar and the ghost's get in a physical fight, Melinda finding that she has many good moves on the game, while she tries to convince the ghost to head to the light. Their investigation leads them to a young woman named Alise and Ned meets her on Virtual Life to play DDR and research more about the ghost. They then learn that a man is luring young girls using Virtual Life. Source: SpoilerFix.com

09/10 - Episode 4.04 - Save Our Souls [Airing October 24]: Melinda and Jim go on a cruise on an old ship that is about to be scrapped. When they get there, they meet a young newlywed couple, Rich and Julia, and Melinda realizes a ghost has attached itself to Rich. Melinda also realizes the ship is full of ghosts that are having fun and partying. Melinda figures out that Rich's ghost is a succubus, which is a female demon who sucks the life out of men so she'll have a partner in the afterlife, or some kind of siren, luring 'sailors' to their death. Source: SpoilerFix.com

10/12 - Episode 4.05 - Bloodline [Airing October 31]: A young woman passes out at a tennis club and Ned is there dialing 911. She dies and her ghost tries to convince Melinda not to tell a secret about her parentage that she had been keeping because it would hurt her mother to know the truth. When Melinda decides to tell her mother, the girl is shocked to find out her mother already knew the truth. Melinda feels nauseous and dizzy and thinks she is pregnant but is disappointed when she and Jim go to the doctor. Source: SpoilerFix.com

10/12 - Episode 4.06 - Imaginary Friends and Enemies [Airing November 7]: A little girl named Natalie is haunted by a ghost and her mother Tricia calls it her imaginary friend. The ghost is making trouble on Tricia's wedding day. Melinda learns from Tricia's mother that Tricia had an imaginary friend growing up. Melinda realizes they are one and the same. The ghost, named Owen, helps Tricia remember what is important to her. Source: SpoilerFix.com

10/12 - Episode 4.07 - Threshold [Airing November 14]: Melinda talks to a ghost that says she thinks she helped kill [highlight if you want to be that spoiled... Melinda's husband. Jim begins to see how things work from the other side.] Source: SpoilerFix.com

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Anyone else watch this show? I've always found it kind of enjoyable for a Friday night, but certainly not a 'can't miss' type of show.

Anyway, if you watch, who think it might have 'jumped the shark' on the last episode?

I will have to see how it plays out, but I find myself having a lot of 'now wait just a minute' type of moments while watching. Things didn't seem so consistent with the way it's been on previous episodes.

I know it's just fantasy, but it seems like a lot of things were just made up for the last episode to have happened. Like 'hey, let's have a spirit who hasn't crossed over be able to enter someone else's body who has just died and crossed over.." Wha?????

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OK...at least I am not the same one thinking these thoughts about this show. I have watched it when I can but I missed the show where Jim died but I have caught the next 2 after that and I am just not sure what I think about this. Why did they have to take it to this level? Why couldn't they just leave her and Jim alone and let all the strange stuff happen with the ghosts and even some other poeple around her or even herself. I just felt that with everything Melinda goes through in this show the one person she always had was Jim and now he's sorta there but really not there and I am just not feeling this at all. I guess I can do strange to a point but I am not seeing where they are going with this at all and I just well...I don't know.

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Courtesy of: ZAP2IT

'Ghost Whisperer': Appearances are deceiving

By Kiley McMichael

February 06, 06:30 PM

Nicole is gone. All obstacles are removed. And both Sam and Melinda know it. But they're both freaked out by the freedom, and the intensity of their attraction to each other. It's like they're soulmates or something. How will our star-crossed Ghost Whisperer couple deal with all the delicious awkward tension?

They'll go to a high school dance! Actually, they agree to chaperone a dance with Delia. There, they witness a guy groping on his date, much to her dismay. Then, another guy shows up, shoves the groper out of the way, and he and the girl run off together. After watching this exchange, Melinda sees a ghost appear, and has a vision of the room burning. Melinda finds out the girl, Kristy, recently lost her mom in a freak accident. Before the couple run out of the parking lot together, ghost mom says "I said stay away from her."

Of course, the ghost doesn't stay away from Melinda, and appears again at a very opportune time - just as Sam was leaning for their first kiss. Of course, Melinda hasn't told Sam about her ghost whispering yet, so when he gets the wrong idea when Melinda starts trying to shoo ghost mom away. The mom demands Melinda keep Kristy away from the boy, Tim. True love thwarted again, drat! The next morning, Melinda pulls up mom's obituary - Deborah Marks was a high powered lawyer who died after a weird accident at home. Even though there's no mention of fire, Melinda mentions she's still seeing ashes and fire. Melinda heads to Deborah's house to talk to her husband, Doug, who was a judge.

Melinda tells Doug about Tim's part in the evening, and Doug gets upset. It turns out Deborah had a soft spot for rehabilitating hard-luck kids, and tried to do so with Tim, but Tim wasn't a good egg. Deborah appears and tells Melinda that she knows, now, that Tim was a lost cause. Melinda reaches out to touch a portrait of Deborah, and flashes to a vision of a safe behind it, open, with papers and things strewn about. In the vision, Deborah finds it open, and something missing, when she falls, and strikes a fireplace andiron, cracking her head. The fire Melinda has been seeing is something in the fireplace burning. However, Doug said that when he arrived at the house, nothing had been disturbed. Not so, Judge.

Covering all the bases with Delia and Eli, they cover the fact that if Deborah believed Tim murdered her, she would have said that - not just that he was a bad kid.

Ned, however, approaches Kristy at school, and finds out that Tim is just a friend, even though she did once have a crush on him. They aren't together, but Deborah thought otherwise after Kristy kissed him once. And, Kristy says, if Tim was such an awful guy, then why did Deborah continue to support him? Kristy believes Deborah was in love with Tim herself. Welcome to Cougar Country!

Melinda tracks Tim down, because Grandview is the smallest town in the world, but Tim is angry and doesn't want to talk. He says that Deborah was good to him, but that he knows now that there's no such thing as charity, and that everyone wants something. Tim drives away, but his roommate approaches Melinda and says that Tim usually talked about her like his mentor, until one day when Doug dropped by looking for Tim... who happened to be away on a business trip with Deborah... without Doug knowing. Hmmm.

Melinda heads back to Deborah's house, and as she pulls up, ashes start raining from the sky. Deborah appears to her, and tells Melinda that she asked her to do one thing - keep Tim away from Kristy. Melinda asks her if she had a relationship with Tim herself, but Deborah grows more menacing, and tells Melinda to stay away from her family now.

Yeah, sorry Deborah. That's not going to happen.

Eli and Melinda now try and figure out a way to get to the safe. Doug, though, won't allow it. So Deborah plays the ghost card. She tells Doug about the vision she had, and about the safe behind the portrait. Doug starts believing pretty fast, when Eli and Melinda tell them about Tim and Deborah. Doug says he hasn't been in the safe since Deborah's death, and he doesn't know what could have been burned - even if it is evidence of her affair. At home that night, Melinda has another vision of letters burning in the fireplace. The next morning, Kristy comes to the store and tells Melinda that the police have taken Tim in, and his fingerprints were all over the safe. Kristy says that she was with Tim when Deborah died, and that she knows he didn't do it. She tells Melinda to talk to Deborah about it, but Deborah appears and says that she wishes she could talk about it, but some secrets are better left alone.

Melinda and Eli head down to the police station to try and find out more, but Melinda is stuck on the fact that Deborah says Kristy doesn't know how Tim is, and maybe what she burned could give more information about him. She heads to Tim's mom's house to try and learn more. Tim's mom swears that Tim really is a good kid, and that even his original run-in with the law wasn't true. While looking through Tim's books, Melinda finds a copy of The Little Prince with the first page ripped out, and gets another flash of the burning paper in the fireplace. It was a letter written on the same first page, which came home with Tim from the hospital... when he was adopted by his mother at six months old. The book came home with Tim, and the letter was kept by Deborah in her safe.

Melinda then realizes that Tim isn't just any kid, but Deborah's son. She was 18, and gave him up for adoption before she married Doug. She was worried about revealing the truth to everyone when Doug was appointed a judge, and then Kristy got a crush on him. The weekend she spent away with him was just to be with him, but everyone got the wrong idea. As for who had gone through the safe, she had found it open, and the missing page from the book in the fire. She replaced everything, and meant to keep it quiet, but then she fell and died.

Melinda approaches Kristy to find out the truth. She was the one who went through the safe, and as Tim tried to stop her, he found the letter, and burned it himself. Deborah appears, and realizes that Tim wasn't the one who broke into the safe, but Kristy. Deborah realizes that all the lies hurt more than the truth, and Melinda tells Kristy that Tim was Deborah's son.

Later, Tim gets released from jail, and tells Melinda that he read The Little Prince a thousand times, and he always wondered where the first page was. He believed Deborah kept his true identity a secret from him, and her family, because she was ashamed of him, but Deborah appears, and tell him that's not true. She was scared from the beginning and couldn't stop being scared. Tim tells her how grateful he is for everything Deborah did, from the adoption to the second chance, and Deborah goes into the light.

But back to the good stuff.

During the whole ghost storyline, Melinda stands Sam up on their date. She leaves a bunch of messages trying to explain away, but Sam doesn't listen to them, choosing to believe instead that Melinda isn't ready for a relationship. As he tells her that it's ok, he understands, she shuts up his doubts, and him, by kissing him. And they head out on a real date together. Sigh.


Hey! It finally happened! Their real "first" kiss! I'm all a-twitter.

And... I'm finally used to writing about "Jim" as "Sam". Which means this storyline must have grown on me somewhere along the line. Maybe it's just that all those Valentines candy hearts I've been eating.

Anyone else think Ned and Kristy were a cute couple?

The ghost story was written well, even if I did figure out the ending 20 minutes into it. The first page of the book twist was a nice touch, though.

What about you? Like the happy ending? Wonder if we're going to get some kind of wedding out of this? That's just my sugar high talking...

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