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Ghost Whisperer: Demon Child

Upon buying items from a homeowner for her antique shop, Melinda encounters the spirit of an angry young boy, who she later learns is the homeowner's dead son. After witnessing life-threatening behavior against his mother and baby sister, Melinda realizes that the young boy needs help releasing anger toward his mother and decides to take on the challenge of helping him communicate with her so he can find closure and cross over.

Episode Info


Episode number: 1x17
Production Number: 117
Airdate: Friday March 03rd, 2006

Director: Eric Laneuville
Writer: Jed Seidel


Guest Stars
Amy AquinoAmy Aquino
As Georgina
David DorfmanDavid Dorfman
As Daniel Greene
Justina MachadoJustina Machado
As Suzanne
Lori LoughlinLori Loughlin
As Christine Greene

Co-Guest Stars
Scott RinkerScott Rinker
As Reggie
Main Cast
Jennifer Love HewittJennifer Love Hewitt
As Melinda Gordon
David ConradDavid Conrad
As Jim Clancy
Aisha TylerAisha Tyler
As Andrea Moreno
Episode Notes
Christine, who is played by Lori Laughlin, is a fashion designer. Lori Laughlin also played a fashion designer in the now cancelled WB show, Summerland.

The ghost who helped Melinda in the rest home appears at the end of the episode at Melinda's house and looks very angry with her

At the end of the episode, the following is displayed:

In Memoriam
JOHN BELLUSO
Friend and Colleague



Episode Quotes
Jim: I'll be happy to have a whole brood of baby ghost busters with you.

Daniel: I grew up with nothing too. I just had a lot of stuff.

Andrea: I take it not in a cute Pixar Toy Story kind of way? (After Melinda tells her about the toys moving in Daniel's room)

Christine: Are you comfortable with a baby?
Melinda: Hey, I bought a car from all the baby-sitting money I earned in high school.
Christine: I guess that means yes.

Jim: Your heart tells you when you’re ready, not your bank account. (referring to having a baby together)
Melinda: I'm just not there yet



Episode References
Andrea makes a reference to Pixar and Toy Story.

Toy Story is an animated children’s Disney movie that was released in 1995. Toy Story was Pixar’s first feature film that was ever released in theatre’s.



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