On all of the radio interviews I did this week, I made the mistake of mentioning that I hated Ghost Whisperer. It seems that you were listening too well. If I were a smarter man, I would have told you that I hated The Daily Show, which is not true. Now I have buried myself in my own grave, and only Jennifer Love Hewitt can see me. She needs to help me cross over, because I have unfinished business with every one of you that voted for Ghost Whisperer.
Katey Sagal is the owner of a comedy club in this episode. She has done pretty well for herself post Married With Children. Futurama, 8 Simple Rules… for Dating My Teenage Daughter, and a couple of Lost episodes. Good for her. Oh, but she is in Ghost Whisperer. Bad for her.
It looks like this comedy club is haunted. Jennifer Love Hewitt, who gets nervous when she does not see ghosts, is now nervous that she is seeing ghosts. The writers really have a handle on her character. She is this, but she is also that. I bet she runs for President next episode.
Katey Sagal is selling the comedy club and moving on. Jennifer Love Hewitt runs the local antique store, so she gets all the neat old stuff from the club. Now her keys are floating in a fish tank. Spooky!
So with the comedy antiques at Hewitt’s store, the comedy ghost has come along too. Now the ghost is spilling coffee, rearranging furniture, and breaking glasses. Who ever heard of a mischievous ghost before? That is absurd and an entirely new idea.
The empty comedy club is now full of ghosts enjoying themselves. Performing and laughing. Having a good old time. Who knew that empty mansions were not scary places? It is the comedy club that you really would not want to spend one night alone in.
There is one particular loner comedy ghost that no other ghosts really know. He is the one causing trouble. It looks like someone murdered him and dumped him in the river.
Did I just write “loner comedy ghost?” Man, this show is stupid.
My internet is out. If I were a lesser man, I would use that as excuse to not watch any more. I made a commitment though. I will keep writing.
Loner comedy ghost needs Hewitt to figure out what happened to him.
Hello internet. Nice of you to come back.
Hewitt is making money hand over fist with the antique store. Did you know that small town antique stores really rake it in? That fancy McDonald’s cup with Grimace on it is keeping that old lady up on County Road 9 with the half moon spectacles rolling in dough.
Loner comedy ghost, or LCG, has some issues with an alive comedian. She murdered him or saw him commit suicide or something. It is funny how unfunny the comedians in this episode are. There we have it, LCG committed suicide. Case closed.
With the last half hour we have left, I think the show will follow the antique store as it grows in popularity. That should be easy, now that all the problems everywhere are solved.
Oh, it looks like LCG still has some issues. Damn. I was hoping to have a half hour of no plot points.
Phhht, that was not even five minutes and there is another commercial. Now LCG remembered why he killed himself. Great, case closed with 25 minutes to spare! Can I go play outside now? It is 70 degrees and beautiful!
The show is still going! Boo! Oh, hey, get it? Boo! Like a ghost! That is all I can say to this show. Boo!
So LCG’s comedy lover left him to take a shot at comedy in Europe. Not a shot with Europe, the band. They performed The Final Countdown.
LCG needs to make it right with Live Lover, or LL. First he needs to make Katey Sagal cry. Mission accomplished. That was good practice. Now on to the LL.
Hewitt has a character name in this show! I am not going to remember her name. Not because it is not important. I really do not care to remember any more about this show than I need to.
Another 5 minutes, another commercial. That is so very awesome. It is like Chinese water torture.
Ah ha, LL did not go to Europe. LCG thinks it was his fault, and that is why he killed himself. LCG is telling LL how much he loves her through Hewitt. This seems a lot like some other ghost related media production. What was it called? Oh yeah, Ghost.
Let me check the clock. Yep! Time is out for real this time! Case closed! Period.
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