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Pieces of You is the ninth episode of the fourth season, and the seventy-first overall episode, of the CBS series, Ghost Whisperer, originally premiering on December 5, 2008. The episode was written by Laurie McCarthy and directed by Jim Chressanthis, and recieved a total of 10.94 million viewers.

Melinda has to put her worries over Sam aside when a young girl's ghost appears at his job site, a ghost whose anger may endanger her surviving family and Sam. Melinda discovers the secret behind a girl who has been missing for 12 years.

Guest Starring

  • Isabelle Fuhrman as Gretchen Dennis
  • Jesse Head as Clay Dennis
  • Austin Thomas as Young Clay
  • Kyle Howard as Travis Ackerman
  • Isabella Hofmann as Mrs. Lynette Dennis
  • Jerry O'Donnel as Aaron Dennis
  • Kenneth Mitchell as Sam Lucas
  • Lycia Naff as Butcher
  • Eltony Williams as Worker
  • Jamie Silberhartz as Allison

Plot Synopsis

Spirits

  • Gretchen Dennis

Notes

  • Isabelle Fuhrman (Gretchen) was nominated for the 2009 Young Artist Award for Best Performance In A TV Series-Guest Starring Young Actress.
  • Issabella Hofmann (Mrs. Dennis) and Jerry O'Donnell (Mr. Dennis) also worked together in the season 9 episode "Hard Time" of JAG, and, in the season 9 episode "Guns And Hoses" of NYPD Blue.
  • Issabella Hofmann (Mrs. Dennis) also worked with Camryn Manheim (Delia) in a few season 5 episodes of The Practice.
  • Issabella Hofmann (Mrs. Dennis) also worked with Jennifer Love Hewitt (Melinda) in a few season 5 episodes of Party Of Five.
  • Kyle Howard (Travis) also worked with Jamie Kennedy (Eli) in the 2008 movie Extreme Movie.
  • Kyle Howard (Travis) also worked with Jennifer Love Hewitt (Melinda) in the 1996 movie House Arrest.
  • Although credited, Christoph Sanders (Ned) didn't appear.

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