Ghost Whisperer

Season 3 Episode 3

Haunted Hero

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Oct 12, 2007 on CBS
8.9
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Jim’s friend Matt returns home with memory loss after serving overseas in the military where all of his friends died. Matt’s comrades appear to Melinda to help Matt regain his memory.

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  • Man returns home from Iraq after losing his entire platoon.

    10
    I would have to say that watching this episode really touched home. I am currently deployed and this episode was well done. It shows what we go threw being here and what happens when we go home. Dealing with integrating ourselves back into the real world can be a challenge and i believe this episode showed just that. It was a heart touch episode that I am forever grateful for them making. For those that thought is wasn't that great you have no clue what your talking about. I think the writers had a great idea with it. Thank you from a US Army Soldier serving this country proud.moreless
  • Probably my favorite episode!

    10
    This was an AWESOME episode! Not enough people praise our brave troops in Iraq for risking their lives to protect ours. This is my favorite episode. This was so touching that my mother cryed at the end. Looks like the writers know what's really happening.

    I just wish all shows could do something like this, and show the libril brain washers a thing or two about how we all need this war, for the sake of our lives. This is a great episode and if you haven't seen this I recomend it to everyone who is a fan of this show.moreless
  • one of the best

    10
    i love this episode its my fav out of all the seasons its brilliant all the way through and so sad near the end it made me cry lol and matt turned out 2 be the hero which i thought was really good i felt so sorry for him when he had 2 watch the video i didnt think that he would of left his men and when he proposed 2 his girlfriend it was so sweet im glad she said yes to him. i will definetly watch this episode over and over again its tht good lol i loved it.moreless
  • Best episode in a long time.

    9.4
    This was such an emotional episode. We were lead to believe that he was a coward the whole episode. I really believed it actually, and then it ends up with him being a brave, brave hero. And it was so cool that for once he could here and sense the ghosts himself, post traumatic stress Melinda called it. Lol;) At the ceremony at the ending I must say I got a little teary wet. The whole episode was well build up with a surprising ending. Totally loved it in every way. Liked the song at the ending to. I hope they keep this great episodes coming!moreless
  • To be honest, I think this episode is on of the best of all the seasons I've seen. This time in this episode where a part of the war is explained is well done. No difficult explanations or what so ever.moreless

    10
    To be honest, I think this episode is on of the best of all the seasons I've seen.

    This time in this episode where a part of the war is explained is well done. No difficult explanations or what so ever.

    No question if it's an honest war, or that we never should have invaded Iraq.

    No, just the story of a soldier who survived hell on earth. Lost all his buddies and

    even can't remember crucial things. This is happening in the real world more than often. A lot of people look at the

    soldiers who has been to war as they were/are killers. But that's very shortsighted.

    I know that even people who joins the army think they will never be in a real war.

    And even most soldiers don't know what can happen if they survice such war.

    A lot of misunderstanding by their former friends who can't of will not understand

    how a veteran feels. I think this episode has done a good part to show that.

    The unbelieve, the questions......

    First time I give an episode a 10 but for me this one rulez....moreless
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Gina Prince

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Dan Coleman

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Steve Simon

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Lela Loren

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Anna Sanchez

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Delia: Can't you just ask the ghost guy, or is there a language barrier?
      Does that even happen with ghosts?

    • (In the shop talking about Matt and Gina)
      Delia: They've been dating each other half of their adult lives. He's obviously crazy about her, and she's nuts about him.
      Melinda: I'm starting to wonder if it has something to do with the ghost that's haunting him.
      Delia: Wait. He's got a ghost? Is everybody haunted?
      Melinda: Could be, on both questions.

    • (after the soldiers go, Gina runs in)
      Gina: I've been looking everywhere for you.
      Matt: Sorry.
      Gina: Don't ever leave me again. What part of "I love you" don't you get? I'm with you.
      Matt: I know.
      (he takes the ring and gives it to her)
      Matt: This is all I can give you right now. Now, we'll replace it when we...
      Gina: Don't you dare.

  • NOTES (3)

    • International Air Dates:
      Denmark: November 15, 2007 on Kanal 4
      The Netherlands: March 2, 2008 on Net 5
      New Zealand: September 8, 2008 on TV2
      Turkey: November 26, 2008 on CNBC-e
      Hungary: April 1, 2009 on TV2
      Czech Republic: April 20, 2009 on AXN
      Slovakia: September 13, 2009 on JOJ
      Finland: January 9, 2010 on Nelonen

    • Featured Music:
      "Makes Me Wonder" by Maroon 5
      "Two Ways to Say Goodbye" by Pat Monahan

    • Special Guest Extras (Real-life War Veterans):

      William Owen: Hometown (Caitlin, Ill.)
      Mike Siembruzch: Hometown (Chicago)
      Dustin Senella: Hometown (Simi Valley, Calif.)
      Sergeant Tom Kane: Hometown (Buffalo, NY)
      Josh Cannon: Hometown(Denver)

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