Ghost Whisperer

Season 2 Episode 4

The Ghost Within

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Oct 13, 2006 on CBS
9.1
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After purchasing a set of ornaments at a flea market, Melinda finds that they are haunted. Melinda uses the ornaments to meet Dennis’s ghost. Dennis wants Melinda to reunite his girlfriend with her birth mother.

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  • Bravo Ghost Whisperer! If you want a glimpse into what life is really like for someone with Autism then you must see this episode because it is as real as you may ever see on TV !moreless

    10
    I was thrilled to find this episode to be the best ever example of what Autism is like ever to air on TV ! Bravo Ghost Whisperer ! I often imagined how GW would portray someone with Autism if they went down that road and I often wondered what happens if someone that is disabled or non verbal or Autistic does indeed pass away - would they be cured ?, could they speak ?, and the GW showed a beautiful tear jerker story whilst at the same time answering those questions . This was a beautiful story that brought reality into a typically fascinating show of GW.

    NOT all children with Autism can speak and not all children are raised by their parents as has been portrayed in many other television shows or movies , it was great to see GW cover these issues let alone the 2 of them at once - this was very real !!

    It was also wonderful and heart warming to see GW entertain the idea of Adults with Autism not only growing up and living a somewhat independant life but also having a realationship - this is something many parents of a child with Autism worry about every day!! thankyou GW for this very memorable and beautiful epsiode and for keeping it real !



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  • Whats going on in GW?

    8.0
    Comparing last season of GW to this season, it seems some things (IMHO) went the wrong way..



    First, the boom effects: way way too much in this season. Is GW trying to become a clone Super Natural? it\'s just scare young audience. Is this what they have in mind?



    Second, more mystic stuff: People seeing ghosts is one thing. Pushing other stuff like in this episodes (touch and seeing a very detailed 3D picture) simply hurts the reliability of GW. Have you seen the main character does it before? nope, but you see her doing it right now just as someone who done it thousands time before. Compare this to a real world with other mystic people and you\'ll find that what do they see is a very partial picture, if at all.



    Finally, open sequence: come on, isn\'t it time to add other actors (husband, the other seller) to the opening sequence?



    Hetzmoreless
  • "It's not what you say. It's what you do. That's love."

    10
    That was so sweet. Melinda is definately a wise woman. When she told Dennis what love is, I just about melted into a puddle. It was so sweet. I could not have planned that any better or defined love any better than what these writers had written. Can't help but say wow. I thought that what Melinda did when she asked Delia to come and work with her was certainly an act of a loving friendship. How many people would do that for a friend? I guess Melinda is one and that professor is such a jerk. I hope they won't put him on the show anymore. He's a living joke! (Not to be mean but I don't think he's needed).moreless
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Melissa De Sousa

Christine Nelson

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Roma Maffia

Dr. Hillary Sloan

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Jay Mohr

Jay Mohr

Professor Rick Payne

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Tyler Patrick Jones

Ned Banks

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