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The Perfect Show!!
on December 14, 2010
Take it from someone who watched this show and was there from the very beginning up to the very last episode, this show is PHENOMENAL. First, they could not have chosen a better cast. Jennifer Love Hewitt plays Melinda Gordon, the lead character, and yes, the ghost whisperer. She plays her part perfectly; she will have you cheering, crying, and laughing right along with her. Even when she doesn't say anything, she exudes both confidence and innocence, exactly what this show calls for. David Conrad was also an amazing cast as Melinda's husband Jim Clancy. He portrays the strong yet sensitive husband, and very believably. He has his own story to share, but is always there when Melinda needs him. Together Conrad and Hewitt make the perfect couple, the one that everyone longs to become.
Along with Conrad and Hewitt, there is also Aisha Tyler (as Andrea Marino, seasons 1-2), Jay Mohr (as Rick Payne, seasons 2-4), Camryn Manheim (as Delia Banks, seasons 2-5), Jamie Kennedy (as Eli James, seasons 4-5), Christoph Sanders (as Ned Banks, seasons 3-5) and, of course, the cute little Connor Gibbs (as Aiden Lucas, season 5). Each and every one of them brings their own story, their own drama and even their own sense of humor.
The stories and writing are original, creative, and fantastic. Even if you don't believe in ghosts, spirits, or people who can talk to them, these stories will make you believe. It will make you believe in the strength there is to be found after losing someone. Believe in the hope just one person can give an entire community. And believe that love truly never dies.
To put it short, if you want a real show, one that brings light into your life and one that will inspire you, then watch Ghost Whisperer. Follow its many ups and downs, and feel a little better off for it.
And if you don't believe me, go to Ghost Whisperer's fan pages and read what people have to say about this show. Trust me, you won't be dissappointed.