Foxworthy opens each episode with a brief monologue.
After waking up from a coma caused by a head injury that put her in the hospital for a week, Melinda can no longer see or hear spirits. She fears she has lost her gift, but clues lead her to the conclusion that the ghosts are gone, not her ability.
Dan Rather recalls his broadcast journalism career, including 24 years as anchor of "CBS Evening News."
The bodies of four Asian women wash up on shore following a storm and a fifth woman is found alive floating in the water. An autopsy reveals that one of the victims has the bird-flu strain in her body and Don worries there could be a pandemic if she came in contact with anyone else. Meanwhile, Charlie studies ocean currents in an attempt to determine where the girls may have fallen into the water and Amita gives Charlie some surprising news.
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