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Date Posted: 07:36:26 01/15/06 Sun
Author: bayan
Subject: Re: Episode Summaries & Spoilers
In reply to: J 's message, "Episode Summaries & Spoilers" on 15:10:20 10/23/03 Thu

>Hey all got this from spoilerslayer.com awesome site!
>Thanks for putting up this site just for Tru Calling
>and Eliza Dushku fans!!!!!
> iwant the episode when they tnk true killed some one because she is 5.4'and afemale and right handed please ineed this episode
>TC: Episode Nine Info
>Good news, more info has surfaced for 'Tru Calling',
>giving a peek at what's in store for Episode Nine.
>Which includes a big surprise. It looks like my
>suspicion that the show was taking a short break was
>incorrect. There was simply no casting info released
>for Episode Eight.
>Tru Calling: Murder In The Morgue
>The Episode opens on the latest arrival to the morgue,
>a young bride (Nicole) who was shot in the back at the
>wedding chapel. Davis comments that she probably would
>have lived, but the ambulance didn't make it in time.
>While Tru is doing the paperwork, a man comes in from
>the rain, Justin. Justin says he's Nicole's fiancee.
>He asks if he can have a moment alone with her, which
>Tru allows. Davis comes back in from another room, and
>Tru explains who's in the room with Nicole's body.
>Which is against the rules, so Davis and Tru burst
>into the room and discover Justin is trying to remove
>the bullet from Nicole's body.
>Davis is about to call security, when Justin pulls out
>a gun and points it at Tru and Davis. Davis makes a
>move towards the phone and Justin shoots him, then
>tells Tru that she's going to help him. When Tru says
>no, Justin fires at her. As the bullet speeds toward
>her, Nicole turns to Tru and says 'Help Me'.
>The Day Resets
>One of the story subplots is with Meredith. Tru has
>'borrowed' her car to go see Justin. There will be a
>later seen where Meredith is being hit by someone (I
>would expect it's her dealer).
>Tru arrives at Justin's house and discovers that he
>lives there with his girlfriend, Alyssa. Tru tries to
>get some info out of Alyssa, who alludes to the fact
>that Justin has been acting strange since his ex,
>Nicole, announced she was getting married. While Tru
>is there, Justin arrives in a police car. He's a cop
>and his partner is dropping him off. Tru leaves
>without him getting a good look at her. Justin asks
>Alyssa to come inside, he has something that he wants
>to talk with her about.
>Tru seems to be 'jumping to the conclusion' that
>Justin killed Nicole.
>She calls the police department and leaves a message
>for Justin that Nicole wants to meet him at a nearby
>diner. Justin shows up and finds Tru waiting. She
>tries to explain that Nicole was delayed, and she
>asked Tru to ask him to wait for her (Tru pretends to
>be a bridesmaid). Tru talks to him, trying to figure
>out why he might want to kill Nicole. With a bit of
>subterfuge, she slips some pills into Justin's water,
>but notices that he doesn't have his gun. She's
>actually surprised that he didn't do it, and hurries
>out of the diner to get to the church (knocking the
>water over in the process) but asks him to stay.
>Tru gets to the chapel, and is discussing the events
>with Davis. Yes, at this point in the series, he not
>only knows about what is happening to her, but
>apparently believes her as well. All they can figure
>is that Justin was trying to cover up the crime by
>going to the morgue and getting the bullet, when
>suddenly Tru hears a gunshot.
>A scene after this has Justin returning home to
>discover Alyssa there. He broke up with her earlier in
>the day (that's what they were talking about). She's
>got his gun, and she explains that she killed Nicole.
>She didn't give up two years of her life to have him
>dump her for his ex. So she's committed the perfect
>crime. She will play the distraught girlfriend, who a
>jury will certainly believe over a jealous
>ex-boyfriend. Especially when they trace the bullet
>back to his gun. Justin grabs his gun and heads out.
>Next bit of info has Davis and Tru at the morgue,
>operating on Nicole. She's not actually dead at this
>point, and the two of them are working to save her
>life. Just like the previous day, Justin walks in with
>the gun. He doesn't care whether or not Nicole dies,
>all he wants is the bullet (one way or the other).
>That's all I have for the moment, looks to be a pretty
>cut and dry. Davis is an interesting twist, having him
>in on Tru's secret, but it makes sense. Though I would
>have expected either her brother, or even Luc, to have
>been a better candidate (note: no sign of either in
>the info I've seen).
>Sadly, the episodes themselves are falling into an
>extremely predictable pattern. Tru jumps to the
>obvious conclusion about who the killer is, or the
>reason the person has died, only to find herself
>completely and utterly wrong. In fact, every single
>episode seems to follow this pattern. Likewise, still
>very little in the way of back story on why this might
>be happening to Tru. At this point, I'm almost ready
>to believe that we're just going to see a run of
>stand-alone episodes. Though bringing another cast
>member in on the secret, will certainly help.
>But again, this is based only on what I've seen, which
>is not everything. So it's entirely possible that
>backstory is being filled in between the major plot
>scenes. It could also be the major premise of Episode
>Eight (with no major roles cast, but the action/story
>involving only the cast itself - which would fit the
>trend that I saw with Buffy episodes).
>But the good news, Tru is still busily
>casting/filming, so there will obviously be enough
>episodes in the can to reach mid-season.
>Posted by Tensai at 09:17 PM | Tru Calling - Spoilers
>September 21, 2003
>TC: Episode Seven Info
>Spoiled Rotten has posted information on episode seven
>of 'Tru Calling' - "Closure", I have not yet gotten
>the full details on this episode. I'm going to include
>highlights below, but please visit Spoiled Rotten for
>a detailed summary of the information.
>Tru Calling - Closure
>- Tru has to save a soldier, Jake, who is dying in an
>army hospital.
>- Tru finds a picture of a young woman in his personal
>effects, and goes to the hospital to find out more.
>- Jake escapes from the hospital without telling Tru
>about the woman, but she tracks him down.
>- Jake tells her that he just wants to see Bridget,
>the young woman, one more time.
>- He got a telegram from her, telling him that it was
>over while he was overseas.
>- Jake goes back to the hospital, while Tru tracks
>down Bridget.
>- She discovers that Bridget has a 1 year-old son,
>it's Jake's child.
>- Bridget thought Jake didn't want to see her, as he
>never wrote.
>- Turns out that Bridget's dad sent the telegram.
>- Bridget and her son go to see Jake, but he dies
>shortly after seeing them.
>Posted by Tensai at 12:11 PM | Tru Calling - Spoilers
>September 08, 2003
>TC: Episode Six Spoilage
>Information has come out for the sixth Episode of 'Tru
>Calling, titled 'Star Crossed'. Spoiled Rotten has a
>full summary. A short summary of my own will follow,
>but be sure to check out Spoiled Rotten for the
>detailed scoop.
>Tru Calling: Star Crossed
>It's 'Tru Calling' meets 'The Fast and the Furious'
>this episode, as Tru has to save the lives to two
>young high school students who die in an auto
>accident. To be honest, maybe it's a bit more of a
>modern day 'West Side Story'.
>Two students, Adam and Jen, die in an accident and Tru
>has to pick up the bodies. On the second pass through
>the day, Tru visits the private high school that the
>students attend. She's surprised to discover that Adam
>wasn't dating Jen, he's seeing another student, Amy.
>She does notice some strange tension between Adam and
>Jen however. Leading her to conclude that there must
>be something going on between the two of them (you
>think she would have learned by now...).
>There is an interlude where Tru and Luc have a drink,
>but she can't stick around long because she has to
>save the two students. She finds them at a local
>hangout where the all the students go to drag race.
>Here, Tru discovers that she's jumped to the wrong
>conclusion once again, as it's actually Amy and Jen
>that are in a secret relationship. A fact which Adam
>discovers himself.
>Amy and Jen decide to run off together, making plans
>for Amy to pick up Jen at her house later. While
>packing, Jen's brother Derek is trying to figure out
>what's going on. Then, instead of Amy, Adam shows up
>wanting to talk. After Jen and Adam drive off, Tru
>arrives at Jen's house and runs into Derek, who thinks
>that Jen has run off with Adam. Derek and Tru go after
>them, with the last bit of info we have showing Derek
>driving into Adam's parked car.
>Looks like the writing and filming are still going
>well for the show, though again I'm concerned about a
>lack of ongoing story arcs. There are a few storylines
>that pop up from time to time, like Lindsay's date in
>'Haunted', and there is a Lindsay/Harrison bit in this
>episode. But I'm hoping there is more going on in the
>scenes and tidbits that we aren't seeing/hearing about.
>Posted by Tensai at 07:38 PM | Tru Calling - Spoilers
>August 26, 2003
>TC: Episode Five Spoilers
>As if in order to dispute rumors of it's impending
>doom, information has come out for 'Tru Calling'
>episode five, titled 'Haunted'.
>Before I get into the spoilage, I think this should be
>perhaps the final nail in the coffin for any idea that
>'Tru Calling' won't hit the airwaves during November
>Sweeps. It's still busily shooting (as there has been
>location shoot information floating around - though no
>spoilers) and are obviously working on future episodes.
>Though in terms of originality...
>Tru Calling: Haunted
>The premise of the episode is pretty simple,
>especially if you've ever seen the movie 'Flatliners'.
>A young college student arrives in the morgue, her
>death at first seems to be drug-related (due to the
>trackmarks on her arm). In the first pass through the
>day, it also seems that Tru goes out on a date with a
>guy named Jeremy, but I think he takes more of a
>liking to Lindsay (this will be important later). As
>well as the fact that Tru's about to take her MCAT's
>(Day Resets)
>Tru heads off to the college and watches Paige and her
>two friends, Dan and Steven. After a class, she
>approaches them (and notices track marks on Dan's
>arm). Dan brushes her off, through Steven and Paige
>are a bit kinder. Tru tells them that she's a transfer
>student from Harvard, wants to get the skinny on some
>of the extra-curricular activities in the area. Dan's
>definitely not interested, and keeps Steven quiet. Tru
>manages to wrangle Paige into a lunch date.
>At the diner, Tru starts trying to figure out what
>might have caused Paige to die. She figures that it's
>drugs, and tries to pursue the angle that Paige is
>doing what she needs to do to get by, with all the
>stress and pressure of med school. But surprise, when
>Tru confronts her and grabs her arm to reveal the
>track marks, there are none.
>Paige tells a mystified Tru to stay away from her
>(which Tru must be getting used to hearing from people
>by now), and takes off. Tru quiety follows her to an
>abandoned building and discovers her and the others
>In the building, Paige and Dan are experimenting on
>Steven. They essentially kill him, wait a few minutes,
>then revive him. They've done this before, but it's a
>bit trickier this time. However, they manage to bring
>him back. When they do, Tru walks into the room and
>wants to know what's up.
>The trio confess why they are doing this. Dan has come
>up with a unique theory. Apparently, when you die,
>various hormones and chemicals are released that
>causes repressed memories to resurface. This is the
>entire 'life flashes before you' concept. By killing
>someone and reviving them, they can remember things
>they have forgotten. For Steven, it's the memory of
>his father. Paige is after the same thing, but her
>memories of Daddy aren't so pleasant.
>In the midst of all of this, Tru misses her MCAT's,
>learning that she won't have another chance to take
>them until the following year. Also, Tru manages to
>get Lindsay to meet Jeremy at a restaurant (the date I
>mentioned earlier). She asks Lindsay to go there to
>tell him that she won't make it, but all along she's
>been playing matchmaker. She knows that Lindsay and
>Jeremy are going to hit it off.
>Tru tries to stop Dan and Steven from putting Paige
>through the procedure. But not before she talks
>briefly with Luc (he exists!), getting some info and
>apologizing for acting so strange lately. She hangs up
>with him as Steven is coming out of class. She thinks
>she's reached Steven in time (because of Paige's time
>of death), but it's no surprise when it turns out
>she's mis-timed things yet again. Paige is actually
>going through the procedure hours earlier than she
>expected, and Steven informs her that it's happening
>as they speak.
>Tru heads off and finds Dan. Paige already went
>through it, recovered her memories and left.
>Apparently, Paige was abused as a child and wanted to
>remember what had happened. Which she did, but she
>realized that her molester was not whom she thought it
>was. I get the feeling she thinks it was her father,
>but it's actually the neighbor across the street.
>Paige confronts the neighbor, who not only admits it,
>but is on the verge of pushing her down a flight of
>stairs when Tru shows up to save the day. Mystery
>solved, and Tru and Paige part friends.
>On a good note, we at least finally have a sighting of
>the mysterious 'Luc', and judging from the info he'll
>have appeared at some point earlier in the series.
>When, I don't know.
>As for the episode, it's again standard fare for the
>series. Lots of misdirections, incorrect assumptions,
>and bad timing. While all the series seem to have a
>good heart, I still think the concept is going to get
>old pretty quick. Still no sign of a continuing story
>arc, nor any development of any of the characters. I
>would love to have an episode where Tru tries to
>figure out what is going on, and why this is happening
>to her.
>Posted by Tensai at 05:25 PM | Tru Calling - Spoilers
>August 17, 2003
>TC: 'Past Tense' Summary
>Spoiled Rotten has put up a full summary for the 'Tru
>Calling' episode, 'Past Tense'. All based on the
>casting sides, it goes into considerable more detail
>than my brief summary.
>Check it out.
>Posted by Tensai at 11:46 AM | Tru Calling - Spoilers
>August 14, 2003
>TC: New Spoilers
>Received some information on Episode Three today from
>my TC source. While I know that we're expecting
>Episode Three to be "Brother's Keeper", this one is
>called "Past Tense". Two considerations. Either the
>Pilot will air as the episode one, and the numbering
>of the episodes after that will start with number 1.
>The other possibility is that the episodes are being
>filmed out of order or swapped around by the network
>planners (ala 'Firefly') to give the show the best
>bang for it's buck during Sweeps.
>The episode is pretty straightforward and it does
>appear that the show is going to trend more towards
>being a 'Mystery' series versus a 'Drama'.
>Tru Calling: Past Tense
>The show opens with young woman being killed by a
>faceless man. However, she's the not the one Tru needs
>to save. In this episode, Tru has to save not one, but
>five lives. Five men in their mid-20's come in one
>evening, having been poisoned by a drug/chemical. It
>appears that they died of alcohol poisoning, but one
>of them had no alcohol in his system. That's how they
>detected the chemical. Her job is to figure out who
>killed them as the day resets.
>The five men were all at a bachelor party for their
>friend John. John is about to marry Robin, and Tru
>first thinks that they may have accidentally been
>poisoned. Tru finagles her way into the hotel suite
>where the men are partying, somewhat convincing them
>that she's the bartender the hotel provided. Tru's
>trying to figure out what in the room killed them,
>until Blake (the Best Man) arrives. So now with five
>bodies and six people, Tru has to figure out which one
>is the killer.
>Lots of false leads abound, as Tru first suspects one
>guy who's acting suspicious, but it turns out he's in
>AA, so it's more the fact that he doesn't want his
>friends to know he's sober. Tru also realizes that
>he's the one that didn't have any alcohol in his
>system, so she crosses him off the list. However, it
>turns out that all of them are hiding a secret. One of
>them killed the girl we saw in the teaser, back when
>they were in college.
>Tru narrows it down to either Blake or John who's the
>culprit, but then discovers another secret thanks to
>some sleuthing from Harrison. There really isn't going
>to be a wedding, as John and Robin broke up weeks
>before. It's all a ruse that John concocted, because
>one of the other five sent him a letter, stating that
>they were going to speak with the police.
>It turns out that John killed the girl in college. The
>letter was sent by Blake, but not signed, so John
>didn't know which one of them sent it. He decided to
>take out all five, by putting the chemical into the
>ice used for the party. John naturallly avoided using
>any ice, but Tru uses a little subterfuge to convince
>John that she put ice in his drinks. He goes for the
>antidote, only to discover that Tru has already
>explained to the other five what John was up to. The
>day ends as John is being led away in handcuffs.
>One other thing to note, and it's the only bit of
>continuity from a previous episode. Tru warns Meredith
>that her company is about to conduct a random drug
>test, which comes to pass.
>Strangely enough, of the four episodes that we've
>gotten detailed summaries on, none of them feature the
>mysterious 'Luc'. It would seem that we're not going
>to see him before Sweeps is over.
>Posted by Tensai at 06:57 PM | Tru Calling - Spoilers
>August 09, 2003
>TC: Brother's Keeper Summary
>TruHeroine.com has a summary of the 'Tru Calling'
>episode entitled "Brother's Keeper". As usual it
>provides a good recap of the episode, and matches what
>we've already heard.
>Follow the above link for the full summary, look below
>for some of the highlights.
>As expected, the episode revolves around both Andrew
>and Sarah's marriage and Harrison's relationship with
>Sarah. The gun that Harrison talked about getting does
>come into play, but not entirely as I suspected.
>Harrison does get the gun, but he ends up killing
>Andrew. So the first day is mainly spent with
>establishing the Sarah/Harrison relationship and Tru
>getting to meet her. That evening, Andrew's body
>arrives in the morgue, and Tru is stunned to learn
>that Harrison has been arrested for his murder.
>Also, as played out in the earlier spoilers, Tru and
>Harrison are getting two different stories from the
>couple. Tru is told that Sarah is after Andrew's
>money, Sarah tells Harrison that she's being abused by
>Andrew. Andrew's story is the correct one, but even
>Tru can't stop Harrison from trying to save Sarah on
>the second run through the day.
>Harrison goes to Sarah's apartment, where she has
>lured Andrew. There is a scuffle and a gunshot. But it
>wasn't Harrison who shot him, it was Sarah who grabs
>the gun from Harrison when he hesistates. She's all
>ready to frame Harrison, when Andrew stands up. Thanks
>to a timely call from Tru, Andrew was wearing a
>bulletproof vest.
>All fits with what we know, but interestingly there is
>still no sign of 'Luc'. I can only expect that the
>episode where he arrives will be the next one, I would
>surprise if it gets pushed back farther than this. It
>also looks like they have written Mark Evans out, as
>he is not in the episode.
>Posted by Tensai at 12:54 PM | Tru Calling - Spoilers
>July 29, 2003
>Two Tru
>In addition to the 'Angel' spoilers mentioned
>elsewhere, I also was able to get some updated info on
>'Tru Calling'. I was going to add some information on
>the episode entitled, 'Putting Out Fires', but it
>appears that a complete synopsis of the episode has
>been posted at TruHeroine.com, so I'll point you to
>that site to read the summary. Suffice it to say,
>looks like I was right about Nick.
>Read on to get a few more details about that episode,
>as well as some info on another episode, titled
>"Brother's Keeper"
>First on 'Putting Out Fires'. The information that had
>come out earlier is dead on the mark, and the full
>summary shows how all the pieces fit. Tru is faced
>with two bodies at the morgue, one is Nick the
>fireman, the other is a resident of the building,
>Samantha. Nick calls out to Tru to help them. Which is
>what restarts the previous day where Tru tries to stop
>the fire and save both Nick and Samantha
>As things turn out, the source of the fire is not what
>Tru or I expected (ie: it's not the superintendent),
>and when she realizes this she goes back to save the
>kids and tries to keep Nick out of it. Which doesn't
>happen, and in the end Nick dies saving Samantha.
>A couple of things about this episode. Once again we
>have several things not go for Tru during the first
>run through the day, that's she's able to change the
>second time through. In addition, she discovers that
>Mark Evans is dating someone else besides her, and she
>dumps him in this episode.
>The other info that I received is for another early
>episode, no idea which one. It's titled "Brother's
>Keeper" and Harrison has a good deal to do with the
>lives that are hanging in the balance this time
>around. From what little info I was able to get, I can
>provide the following plot outline.
>The episode deals with Harrison and a woman he is
>seeing, Sarah. Sarah is married a man named Andrew,
>but doesn't mention this to Harrison in the beginning.
>Tru learns about this connection when Andrew turns up
>in the morgue. The story hinges on two sides of the
>same story. Sarah says that she hid the fact that she
>was married, because she was divorcing Andrew for
>abusing her. Andrew tells Tru that he never touched
>her, and he doesn't want to divorce Sarah because
>she's after his money. Tru and Harrison are caught in
>the middle, and things might not go well when Harrison
>offers to get Sarah a gun for her own protection.
>Hopefully I'll have more later this week.
>Posted by Tensai at 09:21 PM | Tru Calling - Spoilers
>July 23, 2003
>Tru Calling On Fire
>Spoiled Rotten has posted some information about 'Tru
>Calling', apparently info from either episode 2 or 3.
>Although I have not gotten confirmation, I believe
>that this is what my source may have been referring to
>earlier this weekend. However, if it is, they're
>information might be a bit off.
>The episode is called 'Putting Out Fires' and that
>seems to be the theme of this episode. The death in
>the episode is a young fireman named 'Nick', who dies
>while rescuing a family. There is a lot of chemistry
>between Tru and Nick, and it's played for full effect.
>Tru and Nick track down what they think is the source
>of the fire (a gas leak). However, much like the first
>episode, Tru only thinks she has saved the day. She
>realizes, almost too late, that the fire is still
>going to happen because the super of the building is
>going to set it. As the time counts down and things
>heat up between Tru and Nick, she confesses that she
>can't get close to him because he's going to die.
>Contrary to what my source thinks, I have a bad
>feeling that Nick is going to be one of those that she
>can't save. Because if she saves him, then the family
>will die.
>Regardless, we now have three different guys that Tru
>is going to have 'chemistry' with in the first three
>episodes. However, with all the changes to the show
>thus far, who knows what the final outcome will be.
>Posted by Tensai at 07:27 PM | Tru Calling - Spoilers
>June 27, 2003
>New Tru Love?
>Spoiled Rotten has posted some information on the
>second episode of 'Tru Calling', based on a casting
>side that has become available.
>Before I get to the spoilers, I'm going to take a
>little bit of room to explain why you have to hit the
>'read more' to get to the real spoilers. The goal is
>to allow fans to try an be spoiled for only one show
>if they wish. So I'm trying to figure out the best way
>to implement this. But for the moment, I'm trying to
>keep the main page as 'spoiler-free' as possible.
>According to Spoiled Rotten, the side is for Episode
>Two and features a new love interest for Tru, who is a
>crime scene photographer named Luc. The first scene
>deals with the 'Meet Dead' (as opposed to 'Meet
>Cute'), where Tru and Luc bump into each other at a
>bridge, where a young couple committed suicide by
>hanging themselves. The second scene is Tru and Luc
>having dinner in the morgue and talking about her
>father (who is coming to visit).
>Now while I have heard relatively the same
>information, I'm not hearing it entirely the same way.
>It was explained to me that these scenes are from two
>different episodes, which would back up that this will
>be a recurring, or even a regular character. Which
>begs the question, what happened to Dr. Evans?
>If you've seen the pilot summary, you will remember
>that Dr. Evans was Tru's former psych professor and
>current boyfriend. If both he and Harrison have been
>written out of the show, it could indicate a major
>change in the show's direction when it comes to love
>interests. Instead of opening with Tru in an already
>stable relationship, we'll see this one develop from
>the beginning.
>Which definitely could work much better for the series
>in the long run.
>Of course, this still doesn't guarantee that Dr. Evans
>has been pulled from the pilot or the series, but it
>does make one wonder how this will all sort out. My
>gut tells me that it's getting more and more likely
>that the final show will not resemble the pilot very
>much by the time it makes it to air.
>Posted by Tensai at 08:54 PM | Tru Calling - Spoilers
>2001 - 2003
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