Second Sight is a 1989 comedy co-written by Tom Schulman and Patricia Resnick and it is directed by Joel Zwick. Willis (John Larroquette) is an sleezy ex-cop who, along with parapsychologist Preston Pickett Ph.D. (Stuart Pankin), runs the 'Second Sight' Detective Agency. The agency is unusual in that the third co-owner, Bobby Mcgee (Bronson Pinchot), is a psychic. Together the trio solves otherwise unsolvable cases using Willis' street smarts, Preston's intelligence and Bobby's other worldly powers. Willis, Bobby and Preston are thrust into the case of their lives when they are hired to investigate a hit-and-run car accident. The case quickly spins out-of-control when Boston Cardinal O'Hara (William Prince) and Bobby's girlfriend, Maria (Marisol Massey) are both abducted. With the help of an attractive young nun, Sister Elizabeth (Bess Armstrong), and the spirit world, Willis, Preston and Bobby slowly uncover a plot to influence who is inline to be the next Pope.