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Ghost Whisperer: Season 2

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Melinda Gordon (Jennifer Love Hewitt) communicates with earthbound spirits, ghosts who cling to the living because they have unfinished business that prevents them from moving beyond the familiar plane of existence that we call life. Inspired in part by the work of famed medium James Van Praagh and of Mary Ann Winkowski, a real-life communicator with spirits, GHOST WHISPERER explores the spiritual side of life and death as Melinda navigates among the dead and the living in her sometimes chilling, sometimes heart-rending and sometimes amusing attempts to act as an intermediary between the ghosts and those they haunt. Jim (David Conrad), her husband, worries about the emotional toll this work is taking on his wife as they embark on a new life together. Andrea, her friend and business partner in their antique store, is fascinated by Melinda's talent. Melinda is somewhat reluctant to reveal her "gift" to new friend Delia Banks (Camryn Manheim), a single mom who lives in Grandview, fearing the consequences of drawing her into this "unconventional" world. For her part, Melinda accepts her unique abilities as a blessing and sometime a curse, but always helps her clients--alive or dead--find emotional closure.


The second season of Ghost Whisperer--that cornucopia of spookiness, warmhearted crescendos, and cleavage-emphasizing outfits--strengthened the show's basic formula with tighter writing and engaging new characters. After an opening episode that resolves the first season's cliffhangers (with a black-hatted baddie and a beloved "earthbound spirit" in peril), our heroine Melinda Gordon (Jennifer Love Hewitt) launches forward with three new friends: Dr. Rick Payne (Jay Mohr, Jerry Maguire), a prickly, sarcastic professor of the occult; Delia Banks (Camryn Manheim, The Practice), a skeptical but warmhearted realtor who helps Melinda run her antique shop; and Delia's son Ned (Tyler Patrick Jones), a rebellious but goodhearted scamp. More significantly, the ratio of creepy thrills and beatific resolutions has been recalibrated to crank up the thrills. Which is good news--while helping ghosts find the light may be Melinda's reason for being, those happy endings are more satisfying when preceded by scary special effects and what-will-happen-next chills. On top of that, the show's creators carefully weave in a season-long story arc that culminates a three-episode conclusion (which, naturally, leaves plenty of questions open for the third season to investigate) involving a rival ghost whisperer whose motivations are not so selfless as Melinda's. Clearly, the show's fans were hungry for more of Melinda's stoic, hunky husband Jim (David Conrad); not only does he get many more opportunities to be unflinchingly supportive, he gets haunted by a supermodel and has a best friend who starts dating Delia. Stories range from a vengeful cheerleader to a phantom dog to an old boyfriend of Melinda's, who even in death hasn't gotten over her winsomeness. Most often people are haunted by family members and lost loved ones, who--though they knock things over, possess the living, and generally raise a ruckus--are almost always seeking forgiveness or to pass on sage advice. Through it all, Melinda summons her pluck and marches into danger wearing what seems to be an endless supply of flowy coats and low-cut party dresses. Ghost Whisperer is a love-it-or-hate-it show, and those who love it do so passionately. The show's creators reciprocate with an abundance of extras, ranging from earnest episode commentaries and behind-the-scenes docs to a series of "webisodes" of an internet serial about a bicycle delivery guy learning to cope with death to a peculiar "Jennifer Love Hewitt Speed Painting Video." --Bret Fetzer

Special Features

  • All 22 episodes from the second season on 6 discs
  • A Conversation With The Living: Cast and crew discuss season 2
  • Grandview Graveyard: Backstory on ghost characters presented in an interactive graveyard
  • Melinda's Closet: Clothing Guru Joseph Porro discusses Melinda's look
  • Ghostly Visions: Make-up artists go through the process of making characters look dead
  • The Other Side: 8 Webisodes, trailer, and behind the scenes with Mark Hapka
  • Jeniffer Love Hewitt Speed Painting Video
  • Crystal Ball Mind Game
  • Limited Edition Tarot Cards (only while supplies last)

Product Details

  • Actors: Jennifer Love Hewitt
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: September 18, 2007
  • Run Time: 967 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (353 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000R7I44K
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,083 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Ghost Whisperer: Season 2" on IMDb

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Ghost Whisperer is still a favourite of mine even though it's dropped from Australian TV radar (for whatever reason). Through the magic of technology, I've now seen this whole season and I found it as great as the first season.
My favourite episodes are Love Still Won't Die (where Melinda has to deal with an ex, plus a shoplifting teen who's not sure why he's committing the crime), The Woman Of His Dreams (where a dream sends Melinda to her mother on the eve of surgery, but the dream transfers to Jim and he must find a way to help a ghost he can't see while Melinda is out of town) and also The Collector (Melinda comes across another ghost whisperer, and he may have some answers for her about shifts in the spirit world, but the information comes at a price).
You definately have to suspend your belief of reality when you watch this. It's good escapism (although it's not always best to watch it right before bedtime), and I love the characters and I also love her husband Jim. Overall, it's such a fun show to watch and I can't wait to get my copy ASAP.
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This season of Ghost Whisperer, continues to be a very good family friendly scare, just scary enough to make it interesting, but not enough that I don't let my youngest (tween-ager) watch it with my wife and me.

Although it is a bit edgier than the first season, a necessity to the continuity of the plot, and I do miss her partner from last season, we continue to look forward to each episode during the school year, and the DVD marathons when home for a weekend.

If you already have season one, then this is a must have!
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I had previously written a review of Ghost Whisperer Season 1 and I'm proud to say it's still a great guilty pleasure for me on a Friday night.

Ghost Whisperer Season 2 resolves the cliffhanger from last season, wherein Melinda Gordon (the gorgeous Jennifer Love Hewitt) began "seeing" the passengers of a plane who had become "earth-bound sprirts" just before the plane crashed in the town of Grandview, where the series is set. She then has the task of sending all 200 passengers into the afterlife, or crossing-over. As well as convincing them not to follow the advice of a man in black with a wide-brimmed hat (guess who?) who clearly has other plans for them. She's also faced with the knowledge of why the plane crashed and trying to tell investigators in such a way that doesn't reveal her ability to talk with the dead. All this comes at a personal cost to her, in the aftermath of the plane crash it was revealed one of the victims on the ground was her best friend and business partner Andrea (Aisha Tyler) whom she must also guide into the afterworld.

As sesason 2 begins, Melinda has apparently won her battle with the man in the wide-brimmed hat, she's said her final goodbye to Andrea, things slowly get back to normal around Grandview. But the plane crash and its aftermath continue to figure in Season 2. Throughout this season subtle hints are given that a bigger story is coming. And what a story it is.

In Season 2, Camryn Manheim is introuduced as single mom Delia Banks who becomes Melinda's new business partner and brings with her a 12 year old son who accidentally discovers Melinda's abilities. And Jay Mohr becomes a recurring character as an eccentric Professor with a great interest in the spirit world and Melinda herself.
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Ghost Whisperer is the best Sci-Fi Drama ever to grace tv. It has heartfelt storyline that allows every family member of any age to enjoy but with the effects to impress even big shot movie directors/producers like Steven Spielberg (E.T. and Back to the Future Trilogy fame) and scripts written by the best of the bunches that make even the guest-starring characters shine.

I'll admit even though Ghost Whisperer is my all time favorite show now it was a little hard to like at the beginning but once I got used to it's formate and excepted it for what it was, it totally did a 360 which is what you want in a series you don't want something to stay in a rut. So I advise those that judged it prematurely or never fully gave it a chanced and just based their decision to not tune it by friends comments then give Season 2 a shot IMO it's even better then Season 1.

Episodes I recommend from Season 2 are:
2.01 "Love Never Dies"
2.04 "The Ghost Within"
2.05 "A Grave Matters"
2.07 "A Vicious Cycle"
2.08 "The Night We Met"
2.09 "The Curse of the Ninth"
2.13 "Deja Boo"
2.18 "Children of Ghosts"
2.19 "Delia's First Ghost"
2.20 "The Collector"
2.21 "The Prophet"
2.22 "The Gathering"

If you watch any of those I can assure you that you won't regret picking up Ghost Whisperer - The Second Season in store shelves or ordering threw Amazon come this September 18.

Also on a final note, make sure to tune in for Season 3!!! on CBS Fridays at 8/9c come this fall, presumably late September.
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The storylines have devolved further into ghosts who are usually mean, even cruel, and are able to wield power in this world to hurt someone, and those abilities get rougher and more destructive as the series progresses. I still watch now and then, but it's more and more difficult to swallow most of the action and acting as the capabilities of the ghosts are so contrary to accepted doctrine that powerful bad ghosts are extremely rare (if you even believe in them, that is). Once again the costumes worn by Melinda are stunning and leave me wishing I could afford to dress like her, especially since she changes outfits several times a show. Her shop associate, Delia, is a worthy successor to her co-owner of last year, and the addition of Delia's young son, who can also see ghosts, is inspired. Delia also wears captivating outfits and jewelry, well worth the view. The interaction between Melinda and Jim is still nicely played, and Delia's suitor is not only well acted but...even better....believable as a person. Professor Payne is a blast, and I enjoy the slow evolution and buildup of his character who is more and more involved in the action.
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