First Aired: Sep. 23, 2005 on CBS
Summary: In the premiere episode, Melinda is contacted by the spirit of a soldier who says he is lost. Melinda thinks he may not realize that he is dead so she does some research and discovers that he was classified MIA in 1972. However, when she contacts the soldier's son about his father, he…
Main Characters in this Episode
Grandma: Sit next to this man, Melinda; we're going to help him.
What happens to these people in their last moments, it really matters.
What does Jim have planned?Melinda Gordon:
I don't know. He's obsessed with making up for no honeymoon.Andrea Marino:
As well he should be.Melinda Gordon:
Oh, well, let's see. Two weeks in Bermuda or Andrea's salary.Andrea Marino:
Honeymoons are totally overrated.
- Goof (anachronisms): In the Pilot, the ghost of Vietnam Veteran Sgt. Paul Adams is wearing plain Olive drab (green) jungle fatigues, correct for the 1960s, but by the time he supposedly died, it was 1972 and his unit (5th ID), as most U.S. Army units, had changed to the "Nam Leaf pattern" camouflage (ERDL) uniform for several years already.
- In the pilot, Melinda looks for a name on a war memorial in the town square. The same name - "Lt. Ryan Beeman" (not the name she is looking for) - is the top name on two sides of the monument - under both "Gulf War" and "Vietnam War."