Season 1, Episode 2
|Airdate||September 30th, 2005|
|Producer||John Gray; Ian Sander; Kim Moses; John Wirth; James Van Praagh; Jed Seidel; Lois Johnson; Emily Fox; Catherine Butterfield; Jennifer Love Hewitt; Joe Dishner; Billy Crawford; David Fallon|
|Starring||Jennifer Love Hewitt; Aisha Tyler; David Conrad|
"The Crossing" is the second episode of season one of the paranormal drama series Ghost Whisperer. The episode was directed by Ron Lagomarsino with a script written by Catherine Butterfield. It first aired on CBS on Friday, September 30th, 2005 at 8:00 pm. In this episode, Melinda Gordon has to help the spirit of a dead little boy named Kenny Dale, who was killed while playing on the train tracks. She must reassure Kenny's surviving mother that her son's death was not her fault.
|Jennifer Love Hewitt||Melinda Gordon|
|Aisha Tyler||Andrea Marino|
|David Conrad||Jim Clancy|
Guest Stars Edit
|Paula Cale||Candace Dale|
|David Eigenberg||Hank Dale|
|Joseph Castanon||Kenny Dale|
|Christine Baranski||Faith Clancy|
|James DuMont||Steve Pinkus|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is included on disc one of the Ghost Whisperer: The Complete First Season DVD collection. The collection was produced by Paramount Home Video and released in Region 1 format on October 31st, 2006.
- This episode is production code number 102.
- Featured ghost: Kenny Dale.
- The archives that Melinda is combing through on line is the Driscoll County Herald.
- This episode establishes that the Clancy family are of Irish descent.
- This is the first appearance of Faith Clancy. She makes two appearances in the series in total.
- Jim Clancy: Wait, didn't you say that kid Dylan was playing with him? Well, how could he see him?
- Melinda Gordon: Kids can almost always see spirits. Where do you think imaginary friends come from?
- Jim Clancy: Well, that could explain a lot about my childhood.
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