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'''''Body of Water''''' is the thirteenth episode of the [[Season 4|fourth season]], and the seventy-fifth overall episode, of the CBS series, ''[[Ghost Whisperer]]'', originally premiering on January 23, 2009. The episode was written by [[P.K. Simonds]] and [[Laurie McCarthy]], and directed by star of the series [[Jennifer Love Hewitt]], and recieved a total of 11.18 million viewers.
 
'''''Body of Water''''' is the thirteenth episode of the [[Season 4|fourth season]], and the seventy-fifth overall episode, of the CBS series, ''[[Ghost Whisperer]]'', originally premiering on January 23, 2009. The episode was written by [[P.K. Simonds]] and [[Laurie McCarthy]], and directed by star of the series [[Jennifer Love Hewitt]], and recieved a total of 11.18 million viewers.
   
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Melinda and Sam go on a road trip into his past and end up in trouble, from bar fights to disruptive ghosts, and Melinda comes face to face with the biggest threat yet to her romantic hopes. Delia and Ned clash over what she believes is his risky behavior, and a ghost from high school takes up residence at Delia's.
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When Nikki (Teri Polo) pays a prolonged visit, Melinda fears that Sam/Jim will never reconnect with his true nature. Meanwhile, Melinda discovers a mysterious and vengeful contingent of ghosts at a local lake, where a financially distressed mortician had been secretly dumping bodies scheduled for cremation due to a furnace breakdown.
 
   
 
==Guest Starring==
 
==Guest Starring==

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