» » Ghost Whisperer Unhappy Medium (2005–2010)

Ghost Whisperer Unhappy Medium (2005–2010) HD online

Ghost Whisperer Unhappy Medium (2005–2010) HD online
Language: English
Category: TV Episode / Drama / Fantasy
Original Title: Unhappy Medium
Director: Frederick E.O. Toye
Writers: John Gray,Breen Frazier
Released: 2005–2010
Duration: 50min
Video type: TV Episode
At self-proclaimed medium Casey Edgars' show, skeptic Delia is impressed to the point of doubting, while Melinda, volunteered against her will for a reading, is woozily affected by the presence of a hazy ghost she presumes associates with Casey. At Jim's suggestion, Melinda transitions from warning the wealthy Drake family against presumed fraud Casey (whom they take in as a consultant in the search for missing daughter Sydney) to teaming up with him to find the ghost. They find her corpse and the ghost's true nature and purpose beyond solving who did it and how.
Episode cast overview:
Jennifer Love Hewitt Jennifer Love Hewitt - Melinda Gordon
David Conrad David Conrad - Jim Clancy
Jay Mohr Jay Mohr - Professor Rick Payne (credit only)
Camryn Manheim Camryn Manheim - Delia Banks
Orlando Jones Orlando Jones - Casey Edgars
Elisabeth Moss Elisabeth Moss - Nikki Drake
Mary-Margaret Humes Mary-Margaret Humes - Susan Drake
Robert Buckley Robert Buckley - Brandon Bishop
Austin Highsmith Austin Highsmith - Sydney Drake
Eitan Loewenstein Eitan Loewenstein - Fan

The character name, Casey Edgars, is a reference to the famous American psychic Edgar Cayce (1877-1945).

Reviews: [1]

  • avatar


    A young woman goes missing, and Melinda gets dragged into helping the family search for her, not knowing initially if she is alive or dead. The guy who used to do those memorable Seven-Up commercials years ago, Orlando Something, plays a fake medium who also is working with the family, and with whom Melinda does not get along one bit. One thing she knows for sure about this guy: he is being haunted by an angry ghost in a red parka. The episode suffered from slow pacing and way too many commercial breaks that dispelled any sense of suspense. The solution is a happy-sappy tear-jerker, of course. For the guys: Melinda's nightgown threatens to slip off at one point.