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The Best Episodes of Tru Calling

Every episode of Tru Calling ranked from best to worst. Let's dive into the Best Episodes of Tru Calling!

A university graduate working in the city morgue is able to repeat the same day over again to prevent murders or other disasters.

Genres:Sci-Fi & FantasyDramaMystery
Networks:FOXSyfy

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The best episode of "Tru Calling" is "Two Weddings and a Funeral", rated 8.7/10 from 288 user votes. It was directed by Michael Katleman and written by Jon Harmon Feldman. "Two Weddings and a Funeral" aired on 4/29/2004 and is rated 0.1 point(s) higher than the second highest rated, "The Longest Day".

  • Two Weddings and a Funeral
    8.7/10 288 votes

    #1 - Two Weddings and a Funeral

    Season 1 Episode 20 - Aired 2004-04-29

    In the first season-finale episode, Tru and Jack--her sworn nemesis--find themselves on a collision course with the stakes as high as they can be after the body of Tru's brother, Harrison, asks for help. Despite his friendship with Harrison, Jack vows to ensure Harrison's death when the day rewinds. Tru struggles to protect her brother, and the game is on as an epic battle of life and death between Tru and Jack is set in motion. But Tru's attempts to save Harrison will lead to the shocking death of someone very close to her.

    Director: Michael Katleman

    Writer: Jon Harmon Feldman

  • The Longest Day
    8.6/10 300 votes

    #2 - The Longest Day

    Season 1 Episode 11 - Aired 2004-02-05

    Tru is forced to relive a day to rescue a man from getting his heart shot. But her rescue mission takes a dangerous turn when she accidentally sacrifice a shopowner in order to save the man, and she finds herself caught in a loop of rewinding days, and it won't end unless she, herself, find an end.

    Director: David Grossman

    Writer: N/A

  • The Last Good Day
    8.6/10 294 votes

    #3 - The Last Good Day

    Season 2 Episode 4 - Aired 2005-04-14

    When Jack meets a strange woman at the train station and then witnesses her death, he's the one she turns to for help. Tru's day also rewinds, though, and she discovers how Jack is able to be in the right place at the right time.

    Director: Michael Katleman

    Writer: Richard Hatem

  • Two Pair
    8.2/10 251 votes

    #4 - Two Pair

    Season 1 Episode 16 - Aired 2004-04-08

    Tru faces a new dilemma when her day fails to restart after a body asks for help. Fearful that her gift has deserted her, Tru is shocked later that day when a different body's plea forces the day to restart. Now, she must race against the clock to save two people on the same day in different parts of the city. Jack reveals a bit about his sinister intentions.

    Director: Rick Rosenthal

    Writer: Doris Egan

  • Grace
    8.1/10 269 votes

    #5 - Grace

    Season 2 Episode 2 - Aired 2005-03-31

    When a psychiatrist is gunned down, Tru tries to identify the killer… but Jacks meddling implicates her in the murder.

    Director: Dan Lerner

    Writer: Doris Egan

  • 'Twas the Night Before Christmas... Again
    8.1/10 295 votes

    #6 - 'Twas the Night Before Christmas... Again

    Season 2 Episode 6 - Aired 2008-01-21

    It's Christmas Eve but death does not take time off for the holidays. Dark secrets are revealed but a lot is left unanswered. This episode was not aired during the original run in the United States, and was not broadcast in the US until January of 2008 as part of a "marathon" on the Sci-Fi cable netowork.

    Director: Jesús Salvador Treviño

    Writer: Zack Estrin

  • Daddy's Girl
    8.0/10 246 votes

    #7 - Daddy's Girl

    Season 1 Episode 14 - Aired 2004-03-25

    Tru's father comes into town, and she is forced to help her step-mother, after she asks for help. Also, Jack Harper comes to the morgue looking for a job.

    Director: Jesús Salvador Treviño

    Writer: Jon Harmon Feldman, Zack Estrin, Chris Levinson

  • D.O.A.
    8.0/10 235 votes

    #8 - D.O.A.

    Season 1 Episode 19 - Aired 2004-04-29

    Tru and Davis remain stunned by the revelation that Jack can relive days like Tru. Excited to have a new partner, Tru teams up with Jack to ensure a doctor's dying wish to help others in his life, but as the day progresses, Tru becomes increasingly suspicious of Jack's intentions. And when Jack attempts to stop Tru from saving an innocent victim, she comes to the startling realization that he isn't her ally but her enemy.

    Director: Dan Lerner

    Writer: Zack Estrin, Chris Levinson

  • In the Dark
    7.9/10 254 votes

    #9 - In the Dark

    Season 2 Episode 3 - Aired 2005-04-07

    When there's a death at the morgue during Tru's birthday party, and the victim's identity is obscured by darkness, Tru grows convinced that the victim is one of her friends, while Davis concludes it's Carrie who will die.

    Director: Rick Rosenthal

    Writer: Jane Espenson

  • Enough
    7.9/10 248 votes

    #10 - Enough

    Season 2 Episode 5 - Aired 2005-04-21

    When someone close to Tru is killed, his body doesn't ask for help. As Tru seizes an opportunity to try saving him, Jack ominously tells her there are consequences to breaking the rules.

    Director: Guy Norman Bee

    Writer: Robert Doherty

  • Putting Out Fires
    7.8/10 317 votes

    #11 - Putting Out Fires

    Season 1 Episode 2 - Aired 2003-11-06

    When the corpse of a handsome young man asks for Tru's help, she quickly learns he's a determined firefighter killed trying to save two children trapped in an apartment building fire. As Tru tries to change the man's fate, the day gets even more complicated when she develops feelings for him in the episode.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • Rear Window
    7.8/10 224 votes

    #12 - Rear Window

    Season 1 Episode 18 - Aired 2004-04-22

    When a male corpse with the same name as a female neighbor of Tru's comes into the morgue, Tru suspects identity theft. When the day restarts, Tru's investigation takes an unexpected turn that makes it difficult to sort out just who is the victim and who is the criminal. Meanwhile, Tru and Davis piece together some information about Jack, who hasn't been forthcoming about everything in his past.

    Director: Paul Shapiro, Michael Katleman

    Writer: William Sind

  • Pilot
    7.7/10 357 votes

    #13 - Pilot

    Season 1 Episode 1 - Aired 2003-10-30

    Tru Davies suddenly discovers she can save lives. She is a smart and sexy recent college graduate who lands a job on the midnight shift at the city morgue. On her first night, Tru questions reality when she hears a beautiful murder victim asking for her help.

    Director: Phillip Noyce

    Writer: Jon Harmon Feldman

  • Brother's Keeper
    7.7/10 278 votes

    #14 - Brother's Keeper

    Season 1 Episode 3 - Aired 2003-11-13

    When Tru's brother, Harrison, falls in love with a beautiful young woman, only Tru knows that he could be implicated in the death of the woman's estranged husband. Tru must race against time in order to keep her brother from committing murder or being killed himself

    Director: Paul Shapiro

    Writer: Jon Harmon Feldman

  • Star Crossed
    7.7/10 264 votes

    #15 - Star Crossed

    Season 1 Episode 6 - Aired 2003-12-11

    Tru gets asked for help by a young couple who died in a car accident. As she tries to save them she realizes its not a simple crash.

    Director: Sanford Bookstaver

    Writer: Chad Hodge

  • Closure
    7.7/10 269 votes

    #16 - Closure

    Season 1 Episode 8 - Aired 2004-01-08

    Jake, an overseas hero wounded in battle, has been placed in a military hospital while his wounds heal. However he is determined at any cost to leave the hospital to find the girlfriend he left behind before he shipped out. He desperately needs an explanation for the cold letter she sent him while he was overseas.

    Director: David Solomon

    Writer: Jon Harmon Feldman

  • Murder in the Morgue
    7.7/10 257 votes

    #17 - Murder in the Morgue

    Season 1 Episode 9 - Aired 2004-01-15

    When a dead bride comes into morgue, her devastated financé comes into the morgue. Tru lets him to have some time alone with his loved one. When Davis comes in, he's mad at Tru for letting the man near the body. He finds him removing the bullet from the body. Davis tries to call the security but the man shoots him. He shoots at Tru, but the dead bride asks for help right before the bullet hits Tru. Tru has to find out who was the man, did he kill the bride and why was she killed, and ultimately she needs to save her life.

    Director: David Solomon

    Writer: Zack Estrin, Chris Levinson

  • Valentine
    7.7/10 236 votes

    #18 - Valentine

    Season 1 Episode 12 - Aired 2004-02-12

    Tru goes on a romantic get-a-way with Luc only to run into Harrison and Lindsey and a serial killer.

    Director: Paul Shapiro

    Writer: Robert Doherty

  • Perfect Storm
    7.7/10 259 votes

    #19 - Perfect Storm

    Season 2 Episode 1 - Aired 2005-03-31

    Jack comes back to town two months after the events of the Season One finale. Tru's dad decides to move to town. Harrison has been at a new job for six weeks. Tru has started med school, thanks to Davis pulling some strings. When a young Harbor Patrol officer dies in a white squall while rescuing some students and asks for help, Tru has to compete against Jack to save her life.

    Director: Michael Katleman

    Writer: Jon Harmon Feldman

  • Past Tense
    7.6/10 272 votes

    #20 - Past Tense

    Season 1 Episode 4 - Aired 2003-11-20

    When five bodies arrive in the morgue and ask for her help, Tru's mission is five times more difficult. After learning that the victims died at a bachelor party, Tru poses as a bartender to gain access. As she tries to systematically determine if one of them is the killer, her curiosity raises their suspicions, putting her in jeopardy.

    Director: Jeff Woolnough

    Writer: Zack Estrin, Chris Levinson

  • Morning After
    7.6/10 263 votes

    #21 - Morning After

    Season 1 Episode 7 - Aired 2003-12-18

    When Tru's ex-boyfriend Mark ends up dead in her bed she has to get closer to him to prevent it from happening.

    Director: David Barrett

    Writer: Robert Doherty

  • Reunion
    7.6/10 254 votes

    #22 - Reunion

    Season 1 Episode 10 - Aired 2004-01-22

    Tru is stressed after being prompted by Davies to attend her high school's reunion. But disaster strikes in the midst of the reunion, sacrificing Tru's former bestfriend. When Tru was forced to relive the day, she finds out that more than one person could have done the deed.

    Director: Allan Kroeker

    Writer: Douglas Petrie

  • Drop Dead Gorgeous
    7.5/10 270 votes

    #23 - Drop Dead Gorgeous

    Season 1 Episode 13 - Aired 2004-03-18

    When a beauty contestant turns up dead backstage, Tru has a rewind and finds herself entering the contest to try to prevent the same events happening. Luc however has a new date and Tru has to face facts about their relationship.

    Director: Michael Katleman

    Writer: N/A

  • The Getaway
    7.5/10 229 votes

    #24 - The Getaway

    Season 1 Episode 15 - Aired 2004-04-01

    When the reporter who has been trying to expose Tru's secret gets shot by a gunman on a crime spree, Tru is torn about saving her. To complicate matters, Tru's attempts to enlist the police in capturing the shooter before he strikes are hampered when his actions don't repeat exactly what he did before her day rewound.

    Director: Guy Norman Bee

    Writer: N/A

  • Death Becomes Her
    7.4/10 240 votes

    #25 - Death Becomes Her

    Season 1 Episode 17 - Aired 2004-04-15

    Tamyra Gray, who competed in the first season of AMERICAN IDOL and had a recurring role on BOSTON PUBLIC, plays Carly Anders, an actress who befriends Tru when she visits the morgue to research her next movie role as a forensic attendant. But when Carly's car goes off a bridge and sends her plummeting to her death, Tru's day restarts. As she pries into the private details of Carly's life, Tru makes a shocking discovery about her past. Meanwhile, against Tru's wishes, Jack continues to become fast friends with Harrison.

    Director: Michael Katleman

    Writer: Robert Doherty