Stage Fright is the twentieth episode of the fourth season, and the eighty-second overall episode, of the CBS series, Ghost Whisperer, originally premiering on April 24, 2009. The episode was written by Marc B. Perry and directed by Eric Laneuville, and recieved a total of 9.22 million viewers.
A ghost causes problems for a television show that is filming in the Grandview town square. Afterward, Melinda finds a surprise which will flip life around for her and Jim, forever. She finds out that she is eight weeks pregnant- the baby was conceived before Jim died.
- Thad Luckinbill as Grant Harper / Dr. Troy Holdon
- Johnny Pacar as Miles Maitland
- Kellie Martin as Cally O'Keefe
- Lesli Kay as Suzanne Zale / Celeste Barrington
- Fay Hauser as Doctor
- Ursula Burton as Janet
- Amelia Heinle Brook Dennis
- Jeremy Roberts Camera Grip
- David Carpenter as Sound Guy
- Jennifer Love Hewitt (Melinda) and Patrick Breen (Duff) also worked together in the season 4 episodes "Of Human Bonding" and "Here And Now" of Party Of Five.
- Camryn Manheim (Delia) and Patrick Breen (Duff) also worked together in the 2000 movie East Of A.
- Camryn Manheim (Delia) and Ursula Burton (Janet) also worked together in the season 6 episode "The Verdict" of The Practice.
- Jamie Kennedy (Eli) and Kellie Martin (Cally) also worked together in the 1997 TV movie On The Edge Of Innocence, and, in the 2003 movie Malibu's Most Wanted.
- Amelia Heinle (Brooke) and Lesli Kay (Suzanne) also worked together in several episodes of The Young And The Restless. Thad Luckinbill (Grant) was just in a few of those.
- Amelia Heinle and Thad Luckinbill who are featured in this episode, are on the Daytime drama The Young and the Restless and are married in real life. Also, Lesli Kay who is also featured is on the sister CBS soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful.
- Although credited, Christoph Sanders (Ned) didn't appear.
The reference to a reason for killing off a character because "the actor wanted a change" is most likely a reference to Kellie Martin leaving "ER", whose character had been killed off.