Dr. Penn Gorgan
Dr. Martin Schaer
Professor Rick Payne
We can see that the ghost eyes change color from deep brown to light green.
When Martin Shaer is telling the story to Melinda and he is on the tent he has brown eyes but when he is going to the light he has light green eyes.
In this episode, Melinda tells Professor Payne about what she can do.
Professor Payne: I will see you again...never!
Jim: Did Payne have something to do with this? Or her?
Melinda: No, it was an anonymous tip.
Jim: Oh. Fill me in later.
Melinda: Is that why you came to my house?
Professor Payne: Yes.
Melinda: Was it necessary to be drunk?
Professor Payne: Yes, because I didn't make the decision to go to your house until after I was drunk.
Jim: He's the guy every guy wants to be.
Melinda: Except he's dead.
Jim: Yeah, except that.
Melinda: Is this a mosquito?
Jim: At this time of year? Global warming has come to Grandview at 9:53 pm.
Melinda: She's inside, break down the door!
(Professor Payne just stares.)
Melinda: Do you want me to do it?
Professor Payne: Yes!
Jim: The ghost is haunting the men's restroom? That's disgusting.
Professor Payne: I have really got to go.
Melinda: I thought you said I had 15 minutes.
Professor Payne: You're on Payne time baby.
Professor Payne: I think I may have been partially inebriated the other night.
Professor Payne: Partially, which I probably owe you an apology for, which will come in the very near future.
Professor Payne: I guess your husband's not home because if he was I'd probably be pulling his fist out of my face right about now.
Melinda: You might get to do that at a later date.
Melinda: Do you have to be this crass or can't you help it?
Professor Payne: I can help it. I usually do it as a defense mechanism so I don't get too emotionally attached to humanity.
Professor Payne: I didn't leave my keys in the door. I never leave my keys in the door. This is really strange.
Melinda: Everyone loses their keys.
Professor Payne: I'm not everyone.
Professor Payne (to Melinda): I may be drunk, Melinda Gordon, but at least I'm telling the truth...
Professor Payne: Hi!
Melinda: You've been drinking...
Professor Payne: Statement or question?
Melinda: What do you want?
Professor Payne: What do I want? Good. I'll tell you what I want... I wanna know... I wanna know what it is that you do!
Melinda: You shouldn't be doing this...
Professor Payne: The world is filled with people doing things they shouldn't be doing! Having sex with other people's wives, cheating on their taxes, running red lights, Iraq...
Jim: I'll try not to wake you up.
Melinda: Please do! I like to know you're back.
Melinda: He knows that things are happening. I couldn't come up with a rational explanation, so... I run out of lies sometimes.
Jim: Hey, they're not lies. Whatever you think, they're not lies.
Denmark: January 25, 2007 on Kanal 4
Finland: October 25, 2008 on Nelonen
Turkey: November 19, 2007 on CNBC-e
"Love If You're Real" by Señor Happy
Rick: Next you'll just pull a rabbit out of your hat...But with your hat, there's a very interesting question, and that's whether or not will the rabbit be dead or alive.
The physicist Erwin Schrödinger postulated a thought experiment to illustrate the paradoxical nature of quantum physics. In the experiment, a cat is inside a steel chamber with a radioactive source with a chance of decay and a poisonous gas. Because quantum events are indeterminate until they are observed, until the chamber is opened, the cat is both dead and alive.
Rick: Ah, you saw me! You saw me! There's no denying you saw me!
Professor Payne echoes the words of many ghosts throughout the series when they first realize Melinda can see them.
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