The Ghost Whisperer Review: "Dead Ringer"

With only one episode left until the season is over The Ghost Whisperer did not fail to keep us spooked and entertained!


We weren't sure who the ghost was in the beginning, but we loved how easy it was for Melinda to figure out that Kyle had an identical twin brother. Seth was clearly mad at Melinda for helping their mother go into the light, but why was he making her personal life so dreadful? The final scene where Seth is about to go into the light he tells Melinda that Bedford and "the cold things" put him up to it - but why?


"Dead Ringer" showed us that Melinda's visions and what is reality are blurring into one thing. All we know is she better get a grip on what's real before her family's life is thrown into jeopardy.





Do you remember the episode where the Ouija board ghost tells her that someone she loves will die? So far, no one has - we wonder if this means that in the season finale someone will die...what do you think?


Carl gave Melinda some useful advice on how to keep Aiden safe, but will Melinda actually go through with it and pretend that ghosts aren't real?


Wouldn't that cause even more psychological damage on Aiden? He is old enough to play chess with Carl, wouldn't he be smart enough to realize that it wasn't a hallucination and that ghosts are real? We don't believe that this will be the end of Aiden's ghost whispering abilities - do you?


There's been so much talk about the Shadows, but what about the Shining's? If it does come to a battle next week, will they be there to help Melinda?


If Bedford told Melinda to trust nothing and no one, do you really think he means herself as well? Bedford is working with the Shadows, so why should Melinda really believe anything that he says to her?


This week we are left with so many unanswered questions - what do you think will be the fate of our beloved characters?

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