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Plenty of episodes aren't centered on the hospital: a paranoid entrepreneur whose security system detects a ghost; marital strife between two real estate agents that continues after death; a clairvoyant comic-book artist; a ghost/clown/detective; and family secrets that threaten to ruin a romance between Melinda's friend Eli (Jamie Kennedy) and a childhood sweetheart. But the hospital proves an effective theater for creepy doings because, let's face it, hospitals--with their sterile environments and bloody surgeries, rife with life-and-death stakes and basic human vulnerability--are creepy. Though the conflict between shinies and shadows resolves fairly flimsily in the final episode, the show does an excellent job of building it up over the course of the season--as is so often the case, clues and hints are much more tantalizing than discovering what actually lies underneath it all. The extra features of Ghost Whisperer: The Final Season are middling--the featurettes and webisodes are a step up from the previous season, but the interactive games are still dopey. But the season itself is strong and sure to satisfy the series' fans. --Bret Fetzer
I was really enjoying this series and then it went...nutty. This season was like watching Angel and Medium have a love child. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Anna's herding cats
I have always liked the Ghost Whisper and watched it when it was on TV before.
When a had cable I watched the Golden Girls all the time, now I watch The Ghost Whisper... Read more
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This is one of my favorite shows ever. The chemistry between the stars is perfect. I really hate that CBS dropped the show, then ABC passed on it. I think this show deserves another shot, due to the large fan base the show has.
Aug 9, 2010 by C. Tolley | See all 8 posts