Ghost Whisperer

Season 4 Episode 7


Aired Friday 8:00 PM Nov 14, 2008 on CBS



  • Trivia

    • The role of Faith Clancy was recasted with Joanna Cassidy. In season 1, the role was played by Christine Baranski.

  • Quotes

    • Caitlin: It's all my fault.
      Melinda: I know how it is to feel guilty, I do.
      Caitlin: Everything is my fault. It's because of what I did.
      Melinda: What did you do?
      Caitlin: I'm the reason why your husband is dead.
      Melinda: Errr...

    • Caitlin: He was the one person who never judged me. I totally took him for granted.
      Melinda: She knows that you were always there for her. Even if she didn't realize it. Even when she thought you couldn't see her.
      Detective Carl Neely: But why? Why would she do that to herself?
      (Melinda looking at Jim)
      Melinda: Maybe she was scared. So scared that her whole life she would never be truly loved. Not completely. Not for really who she was. Maybe now she sees that she was loved in that way. And that it was real. And once you've had that kind of love, it never goes away. It just gets stronger. And it means that she can move on. And so can you.

  • Notes

    • Featured music:
      The Man Who Can't Be Moved by The Script.
      Good Lovin' by The Rascals.
      I Hurt Too by Katie Herzig.

    • International Air Dates:
      Denmark: January 28, 2009 on Kanal 4
      Latin America: February 5, 2009 on Sony Entertainment Television
      The Netherlands: February 22, 2009 on Net 5
      Australia: March 26, 2009 on Channel 7
      Norway: April 9, 2009 on FEM
      United Kingdom: June 23, 2009 on Living
      Turkey: October 21, 2009 on CNBC-e
      Slovakia: April 11, 2010 on JOJ
      Czech Republic: May 18, 2010 on AXN
      Finland: June 13, 2011 on Nelonen

  • Allusions

    • Jim: (to Eli) Dr. Phil, I don't think I need any advice on my marriage, OK?

      Dr. Phil or Phil McGraw is a famous psychologist and TV personality who gives life lessons and advice in seminars and on his self-titled television show.

    • Jim: (to Eli who was wearing a sleep mask) You know the Lone Ranger look is good on you.

      The Lone Ranger is a fictional cowboy/bandit from the '50s action TV series of the same name. He was also popularly known as "The Masked Man."

    • Eli: It's like O. Henry meets Edgar Allan Poe.

      This is a reference to the O. Henry story, "The Gift of the Magi," wherein a wife cuts off her hair so she can buy a fob for her husband's pocket watch, and the husband sells his pocket watch in order to buy his wife a beautiful set of combs for her hair.

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