This last new episode of 'Ghost Whisperer' before the Olympics hiatus (even though CBS is not airing the Olympics) not only offered us funny girl Margaret Cho as Ned's Occult Anthropology professor, who didn't believe in what she was teaching, but also pushed the dark side of the show's mythology thanks to an object Melinda and company don't like at all: a Ouija board.
Even with the introduction of the mysterious Ouija board, the episode didn't offer much new info about how the good and dark sides work, but it was interesting to see Cho's character, Professor Avery Grant, cope with the fact that was she was teaching actually had some truth to it. However, the most intriguing scene was the final one when the Ouija board confirmed something Melinda didn't want to be true...
I hope Margaret Cho returns to the series some time this season to help the gang investigate when the dark side resurfaces -- because you know it's a matter of a few episodes before the Shadows return to haunt Melinda. Now that Professor Grant knows that ghosts do exists and that there are people who can talk to them, her openness and her knowledge of the occult could come in very handy in deciphering the Book of Shadows and helping Melinda deal with what will come her way.
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