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The Book of Changes is the twenty-third episode of the fourth season, and the eighty-fifth overall episode, of the CBS series, Ghost Whisperer, originally premiering on May 15, 2009 as the season four finale. The episode was written and directed by John Gray, and recieved a total of 9.15 million viewers.
Jim and Melinda's wedding is overtaken by an ambitious wedding planner while Melinda deals with dreams that seem to threaten her child. Elsewhere, Eli's ex, Zoe, is caught up in a book sale with tragic consequences. Melinda hopes she can protect her baby after a ghost visits her.
- Jaclyn DeSantis as Zoe
- Ion Overman as Det. Sam Blair
- Jason Brooks as Jeremy Bishop
- Graham McTavish as Gordon Bradey
- Bruce Davison as Josh Bedford
- Wendy Worthington as Nurse
- David Clennon as Carl the Watcher
- Alfonso Freeman as Minister
- Timothy Lee DePriest as Thief
- Hailey Sole as Faceless Child
- Carl the spy ghost Watcher
- Faceless Girl
- Camryn Manheim (Delia) and Jason Brooks (Jeremy) also worked together in the season 8 episode "Blessed Are They" of The Practice.
- Camryn Manheim (Delia) and Bruce Davison (Bedford) also worked together in several season 5 episodes of The Practice
- David Clennon (Carl) and Graham McTavish (Gordon) also worked together in the season 4 episode "Deal Or No Deal" of Prison Break
- David Clennon (Carl) and Bruce Davison (Bedford) also worked together in the 1996 movie Grace of My Heart, and, in the season 3 episode "Pulling Away" of Thirtysomething.
- Jennifer Love Hewitt (Melinda) and Hailey Sole (Faceless child) also worked together in several episodes together in season 10 of Criminal Minds.
- Bruce Davison (Bedford) received the "And" credit.
- There may be a possible cameo of the shinies at the wedding though they appear in Lost In The Shadows watching Juliet get eaten (almost) by the shadows because there too scared
The dates given for the deaths of various characters correspond to the original air dates of the episodes in which those events took place, including the death in this same episode.