Season 5, Episode 8
|Airdate||January 29th, 2010|
|Writer||P.K. Simonds; Laurie McCarthy|
|Producer||Ian Sander; Kim Moses; P.K. Simonds; Laurie McCarthy; Jennifer Love Hewitt; James Van Praagh; Mark B. Perry; Jeannine Renshaw; Stephanie SenGupta; Juanita Diana Feeney; Barbara Black; Joy Blake; Melissa Blake; Joanie Woehler Spolidoro; Armen V. Kevorkian|
|Starring||Jennifer Love Hewitt; David Conrad; Christoph Sanders; Jamie Kennedy; Camryn Manheim|
|Previous||"Blessings in Disguise"|
|Next||"Dead to Me"|
"Living Nightmare" is the thirteenth episode of season five of Ghost Whisperer and the ninety-eighth episode overall. It was directed by Ian Sander with a script written by Laurie McCarthy and P.K. Simonds. It first aired on CBS on Friday night on January 29th, 2010 at 8:00 pm. Melinda discovers a family secret. Madness grips the hospital and the town when a ghost who is making no sense haunts a patient who is making even less.
Principal Cast Edit
|Jennifer Love Hewitt||Melinda Gordon|
|David Conrad||Jim Clancy|
|Christoph Sanders||Ned Banks|
|Jamie Kennedy||Eli James|
|Camryn Manheim||Delia Banks|
Guest Stars Edit
|Josh Stewart||Robert Wharton|
|Bruno Campos||Vernon Dokes|
|John Getz||Rudy Wharton|
|Ion Overman||Detective Sam Blair|
|Marina Black||Helen Reeman|
|Megan Henning||Lane Dokes|
|Connor Gibbs||Aiden Lucas|
|Robert Shampain||Male nurse|
|Jamie Anderson||Marlene Dokes|
|Stephanie Garrett||Female nurse|
|Garrett Plotkin||Skateboarder guy|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is included on the Ghost Whisperer: The Final Season and the Ghost Whisperer: The Complete Series DVD collections by Paramount Home Video. The season five collection was released on October 12th, 2010.
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