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Medium

Medium
  • Рейтинг: 6,90
  • Год выпуска: 2005
  • Жанры: Криминальный, Mystery, Триллер, Драма
  • Страны: Соединенные штаты
  • Время: 60 минут

Suburban mom Alison Dubois attempts to balance family life with solving mysteries using her special gift. The dead send her visions of their deaths or other crimes while she sleeps.

  • Wife, mother, and psychic Allison DuBois (Arquette) can communicate with the dead and is convinced she can use her gift to help solve crimes. She's put to the test when she gets a call from the Texas Rangers.
  • Phoenix District Attorney Manuel Devalos hires Allison at the DA's office. She is asked to help in a jury selection to help convict a killer.
  • Allison is partnered with Detective Lee Scanlon on a case involving the strange murders of newlywed couples. Joe tries to plan a surprise party for Allison.
  • Allison dreams of herself walking in an airport wearing a red hooded cape and being chased by a wolf. While working on case files at the DA's office, Allison overhears a crime victim describe the man who killed her boyfriend to a sketch artist. As the woman speaks however, Allison realizes she 's scared and giving a fictitious description. Allison gets the sketch artist to draw a picture of the real assailant and confronts the woman about what needs to do. The meaning of her dream becomes obvious to her. At home meanwhile, Joe and Allison are concerned when …
  • When visiting another psychic, Allison is told that there is a dark cloud over her marriage. This only snowballs downhill for Allison both at work and home.
  • Allison believes a supposed Good Samaritan raped and murdered a red-haired college student. Meanwhile, Allison may be pregnant and Ariel may be a math genius.
  • Allison knows there's more than mere suicide to the story of a girl who jumps off a cliff. Meanwhile, she predicts her husband's co-worker will have a fatal heart attack.
  • Allison's step brother Michael returns from duty in Iraq, where he has earned the nickname Lucky. But Allison can see that he is being haunted by a ghost and it's possible Michael also has the gift.
  • Nightmares of a cruel ogre haunt Ariel. While Joe is worried about these dreams, Allison believes that Ariel can help a kidnapped girl by decoding her dreams.
  • Allison hasn't slept in days, always having the same recurring dream. She sees two young boys running along a dirt path racing to get across a railroad track in advance of an oncoming train. One makes it across the tracks in time but the other trips and falls. Her lack of sleep makes it impossible for her to function at the office and she seeks the advice of Professor Leonard Caldwell, someone she's met through a mutual friend and who studies psychic phenomena. When she tells him of her dream, he concludes she is a charlatan as the story of the two boys is his own, …
  • Allison is sick. The medicine she takes makes her have strange dreams - stranger then usual dreams. She dreams she is involved in a very old TV show called I Married A Mind Reader. She's not sure the real life murderer is the right person.
  • Allison accompanies D.A. Manuel Devalos to the State prison to witness the execution of a man he personally prosecuted. Several hours later, the supposedly dead man's girlfriend is killed and he is seen in their house. The newspapers are soon filled with stories of a revenge-seeking ghost but Allison finds a far more Earthly solution to the puzzle. Ariel meanwhile develops a crush on her science project partner Sean Bertoni. Allison feels there is something terribly wrong however and when she has a vision of the full story, offers the boys mother Sarah her help.
  • Allison has a dream about a pilot who saves a plane from crashing. Later she finds out that the pilot is suspected of a murder and she gets confused about what her dream means with regard to the murder.
  • An old murder case in which both Scanlon and Devalos were involved is re-opened. Allison is confused when she finds out that the convict did not commit the crime and her colleagues may have tampered with the evidence. She also has dreams of another murder whose connection to the case she does not understand first. At the same time, Joe's mother visits Allison and Joe, and Joe's father also appears to Allison.
  • Allison has a dream about a teenage girl brutally murdered by her doctor, with a third person also being present at the murder. When Allison finds out about the identity of this mysterious man, she decides to meet a doctor who had been convicted of a very similar crime more than a decade before and is now under psychiatric supervision. Allison meets the girl whom she saw in her dreams in a place she would not have expected.
  • Allison has difficulties balancing her work and private life. In her work, Captain Push tries to help her to find a serial killer, who leaves a Biblical citation at the scene of murder. The two are trying to find the link between the victims, while Allison's family life and Captain Push's health are at risk.
  • Captain Push hovers between life and death, as Alison must figure out the clues before another murder, and Joe sees a counselor.
  • A song that keeps repeating in Allison's head leads her to a clue about a missing coed, but she runs up against the church and the sanctity of the confessional and is afraid they won't find the girl in time.
  • Allison has dreams of a woman in a psychiatric facility who is claiming to be her.
  • Allison's sleepwalking puts her physically at risk, and her dreams put the family financially at risk. Meanwhile, there's a missing boy to find and a kidnapper to catch.
  • Allison dreams of her good friend from high school, but cannot relate the dream to her current case.
  • Allison's vision of a murder could potentially derail Devalos' reelection campaign, and when Devalos keeps getting upstaged in court, it's up to Allison to find out the truth.
  • Despite thinking he will not be picked, Joe has to go on jury duty on a case against Stephen Garner who is accused of murdering his rich wife. Allison starts having visions about the man but D.A. Devalos orders her not to work on the case because of a conflict of interests.
  • Allison's vision of a murder could potentially derail Devalos' reelection campaign, and Joe runs into an old girlfriend.
  • Alisson thinks there is another dimension in art. While at a art exhibit she see 3-Dimenional images pop out. And these all help lead to figure out a deadly secret.
  • Allison dreams about hitting a girl with her car and a woman whose house is haunted. She finds out that the woman killed herself. Now Allison is trying to put all the pieces together.
  • When a serial killer takes up residence in Allison's head, her behavior begins to worry Joe.
  • Dr. Charles Walker returns to Allison's dreams, and this time it involves one of her daughters.
  • After Allison helps in the rescue of a kidnapped boy, disturbing dreams make her question whether it was the right thing to do.
  • Allison hits her head and goes to the doctor to get an MRI. During the MRI examination of another patient, she sees a vision of him murdering several prostitutes. When she begins to investigate about one of the supposed victims, she finds herself in an awkward situation. In the meantime, Allison's MRI results let Joe create a theory of Allison's visionary power and he tries to persuade their daughters to get MRI to (dis)prove the theory.
  • Allison's dreams seem to be about a personal tragedy, but soon she realizes it has something to do with a murder at a coffee shop.
  • Allison dreams of David Carradine just before she's asked to help locate a missing man.
  • After Allison dreams that her brother Michael was involved in a bank robbery, he shows up unexpectedly and she fears the worst.
  • Allison's dreams put her on the trail of a serial killer.
  • Allison has a vision implicating Detective Scanlon with drug-related murders.
  • Allison has visions of a faceless man breaking into the home of a woman. Joe feels pressure at work.
  • Allison is investigating the death of doctor while her dreams are haunted by the Angel of Death, who seems to be suggesting that her time is up.
  • Allison has visions of what her life would be if she had become a high-powered attorney and married someone other than Joe.
  • Everyone's dreams begin to have meaning, especially Allison and Bridgette's, and an old flame of Allison's appears on her doorstep.
  • Allison keeps having the same dream, or is it day, and the clues she gets may help her prevent a tragedy.
  • Dr. Walker returns, and Allison's attempts to save a young girl may endanger her life.
  • Allison's birthday gift for Joe starts sending her messages, and a highway sniper terrorizes Phoenix.
  • Allison meets an FBI profiler she admires, but her visions start to involve him.
  • Interconnected dreams begin when Allison and Ariel stumble across a murder scene, and Ariel's resentment grows as she's needed to help catch the killer.
  • Allison tries to rescue a boy that she sees in her dreams, while she also tries to find out about the circumstances of an assemblyman's recent death. The two issues turn out to be related.
  • Allison's attempts to help two ghosts who've bonded over their respective murders is somewhat hampered by one who's left a sizable inheritance to a woman he barely knew.
  • Allison has a dream where the Dubois family are dolls under the control of a young boy, Oliver. When the boy's father is found dead, apparently having fallen off a ladder, her dreams reveal Oliver may have been an abused child. The Devalos' have to deal with the anniversary of their daughter's death. She committed suicide 6 years before without leaving a note or saying goodbye. Joe has been putting in a number of late nights on a major project and is a bit obsessed that one of the kids may have given him chicken pox.
  • Captain Push has dreams about a series of crimes committed in Phoenix and contacts Allison to tell her about his visions. Allison believes that Push's visionary ability is due to his long coma in the past but Push has doubts. In the meantime, Push has to submit himself to another medical operation and encounters some people in the hospital whom he had seen in a different context and circumstance before.
  • Joe takes a turn at figuring things out when Allison is inhabited by another woman.
  • When Allison's dream seems to foretell Marie's death, she will stop at nothing - including selling the house - to change the future.
  • Sonny Troyer is back, but what's even more frightening is he's learned how to manipulate Allison to his own evil ends.
  • Teenage Allison dreams about her future, her personal life, and her work. Is it really the future she sees in her dreams? Can she change the future that she has dreamed about?
  • When one of Devalos' childhood friends dies, Allison has her suspicions about the cause; elsewhere, Joe puts in for a government project but a polygraph creates some issues.
  • Allison's feeling of dread turns into a horrifying reality when Joe is taken hostage at work, and Ariel must outwit her principal so she can call her mother.
  • Allison's brother (Ryan Hurst), a phone-hotline psychic, helps a person whose husband was killed.
  • Allison is lead to a body, but while they wait for an ID she has an encounter with the ghost; meanwhile, Joe is having difficulty adjusting back to work since his leave.
  • Allison is involved in a murder trial, but things go terribly wrong when another body is found, Joe begins seeing a therapist, and a young woman asks Allison for confidences.
  • Devalos deals with the aftermath of the case, Joe is approached by a lawyer, and Allison makes the decision to confide in Debra.
  • P.D. McCall's betrayal has devastating results for everyone in Allison's life, and Walter Paxton brokers a deal with the D.A.'s office.
  • Visions of a kidnapped boy plague Allison, who turns to a private investigator for help.
  • Allison has trouble getting a “read” from a victim's possessions, but that might be because of conflict with Ariel who believes she's caught her mother in a lie.
  • Joe's job interview takes a strange turn when he and Allison are asked to meet the boss' wife, but then Allison's dreams cause her to get involved in the disappearance of the couple's daughter and Joe's future is once again at risk.
  • Allison completely loses her hearing after a wealthy young deaf girl is kidnapped, so Joe steps in to assist her and investigator Cynthia Keener.
  • Putting aside past clashes, defense attorney Larry Watt hires Allison as a consultant on a case. But his gamble does not turn out as expected when Allison's dreams indicate his client, a murder suspect, is guilty.
  • As Manuel Devalos makes a run to reclaim his District Attorney seat, Allison has disturbing visions about his old friend and political ally Senator Jed Garrity's past.
  • Joe's mother Marjorie comes to visit, and a murder case reunites Allison, Devalos, and Detective Lee Scanlon.
  • The police arrest Graham Stacey when they learn that his wife's life was insured for $7 million. Allison's dreams confirm his version of events. Allison continues to dream about the missing prostitute and the sadistic dentist but Cynthia Keener doesn't think the information is very useful. Allison eventually realizes there is a connection between Mrs. Stacey's death and the dentist. Ariel has information however that provides a vital clue in solving the mystery. Joe's mother shares a secret with Allison and that she may be able to help.
  • Allison's dreams involve Cynthia Keener in a very personal way, and Joe's inspiration for solar power causes conflict with Allison.
  • Allison continues to dream about Cynthia Keener's daughter and manages to determine where her daughter's remains are to be found. Both she and Cynthia are convinced that Joanna Wheeler is the culprit but cannot find any evidence to prove it. When the one potential witness they do have is murdered, Cynthia is left with only one solution. Bridgette tells her dad that she had a dream about him getting a loan at the bank. All he has to do is go to the white-haired man and all his problems will be solved. The solution isn't quite as simple as getting a loan however.
  • Allison dreams of a sexy, attractive woman who seems to be an expert at picking up men in bars and then killing them. The murders are quite violent but when the police finally arrest the woman in Allison has seen in dreams, she turns out to be a best-selling author on how to meet the opposite sex. But is she the killer? Manuel Devalos launches his campaign for District Attorney but Allison senses that one of his biggest supporters is conspiring with the current DA to blacken Manny's reputation.
  • Allison finds herself working with FBI Agent Edward Cooper with whom she had previously worked (see Episode 3.6) and who didn't hesitate to execute a suspect when the criminal justice system failed to convict him. He's now looking for a serial killer and when Allison tells him she's seen the killer in her dreams, he insists that she work with him. Joe meanwhile is still trying to find investors for his solar energy project. He's been turned down pretty well everywhere but when someone finally comes forward, it's on the condition that they get 51% ownership of the new …
  • Allison's dream about a friend of Lynn DiNovi's puts her in the middle of an investigation that escalates to five murders and unrelated suspects. At home, Joe must find some way to convince an optometrist Marie can't read his chart.
  • Allison's new used car turns out to have been central to a murder, and her visions get a little interactive; a patent threat stresses Joe and Meghan.
  • Allison's dreams may solve the murder of a drug dealer, but a deal with a relative takes a surprising twist. Meanwhile, Joe's relationship with Meghan is strained by her behavior.
  • Tom Van Dyke gives Devalos some surprising news that affects his candidacy, and Allison tries to unravel the mystery of why a woman she consulted for on a haunting later committed suicide.
  • Allison is asked by DA Devalos to help with a six month-old murder case involving a close friend of his, Gabrielle. Her sister Robin was bludgeoned to death six months earlier at her cottage and she is not satisfied that the previous DA had conducted a thorough investigation. Gabrielle herself suffered a great loss when two years previously her author husband was killed. She has since re-married to another writer, Joel Tiernan, and appears to be quite happy. Things get a bit complicated when Allison begins to dream that Gabrielle's first husband killed his …
  • Allison dreams about a man who dies on what appears to be a hospital gurney but then sees his ghost observing a businessman choking a woman in a red cocktail dress. When she wakes the next morning, news reports confirm that the woman's body has been found. She tries to trace the identity of the dying man in her dreams but can find no record. She is stunned when she sees him, quite alive, sitting in a garden on the hospital grounds. In a subsequent dream, she sees the killer receiving a call from a blackmailer. So how does the ghost of man who is alive show up at a …
  • Allison begins acting compulsively after dreaming about the murder of a judge years before.
  • Allison has a serious memory lapse and can't account for her absence. One moment she's in the grocery store parking lot talking to Ariel on her cellphone and the next - six hours later - she wakes up under a freeway overpass. She is soon dreaming about a hit and run victim and fears that she may have been the driver of the car. Her undamaged car is recovered minus her purse which she eventually retrieves from a dumpster. The purse however contains a human hand in a plastic bag. Ariel has reached a certain age - where she can get her learner's permit and start driving….
  • Allison and Det. Lee Scanlon are asked by DA Devalos to look into the disappearance of Meredith Burnes, the daughter of a local councilman. She is married to Don Burnes and has a young stepdaughter, Phoebe, who is awaiting a heart transplant. All seems well in her relationship with her husband and her stepdaughter whom she had originally met when she cared for the child as a nurse. She and her husband married after the first Mrs. Burnes ran off some years before. Allison is dreaming about the case and is slowly fitting the pieces of the puzzle together, which does …
  • After dreaming of an upcoming apocalypse - just as an earthquake strikes Phoenix - Allison is convinced they have to prepare for the future and becomes an infatuated survivalist. In her dreams she sees a man and a teenage girl living in what appears to be a bomb shelter. He wears a bio-hazard any time he goes out, imploring his young charge never to leave the safe confines of their environment. When she dreams that the girls leaves the bunker - and is in fact found by the policy the next day with her throat slit - Allison realizes they may be dealing with something …
  • Allison is more than a little dubious when the ghost of FBI Agent Cooper appears in her kitchen with information on the long unsolved murders by a serial killer known as the Gentleman Caller. The information turns out to be accurate and suddenly Cooper's back with information about another case. Feeling more comfortable now that he's come across once as being truthful,she decides to act on the information he's provided. Turns out things are not as straightforward as they first appear to be. At work, Joe comes under a lot of pressure to hire an engineer who's made very…
  • After dreaming about two young couples being taken prisoner in a remote house or cottage, Allison finds herself there the next morning investigating the death of only one of the couples she had seen. Later that day, the second couple from the dream show up at the police station to identify the victims. Allison is also hearing a buzzer every time one of the kids tells a lie. The buzzer comes in handy during the questioning of the second couple who are clearly hiding events that may have happened several months before their friends were killed. Evidence at the murder …
  • DA Devalos asks Allison and Det. Scanlon to come in to work on a Sunday when siblings Brooke and Dylan Hoyt ask him for help in locating their mother, an old friend of his. As it happens, Allison had a nightmare the previous night where Brooke urges little Marie to shoot Allison and Joe while they're asleep in their bed. As they investigate, they find the brother and sister have had a tumultuous relationship over the years. Allison's ongoing dreams reveal a case of deception. At home, Joe's sister Sarah shows up at his front door after her marriage has broken down. …
  • It's Marie's fifth birthday but Allison has to stop by DA Devalos' home on a work-related matter. There she finds Devalos being held at gunpoint by Nathan Hunsecker whom he had convicted 5 years earlier of murdering his wife Jessamyn. The man shoots both of them them but when Allison awakes, its now 2004 and she is very pregnant with Marie who will be born in a few weeks time. Allison is dreaming and realizes that Hunsecker is innocent but when she approaches Devalos, who has no idea who she is, he thinks she may be complicit in the crime. Back in the present, Joe …
  • Allison dreams of a man who thinks she is the Devil incarnate and threatens her. When her car breaks down the following evening, she realizes the tow truck driver is her stalker by the tattoo on his hand. When the police identify the man, Lucas Walker, they raid his now vacated home only to find a shrine of sorts dedicated to Allison the devil but also photos and information about her three daughters. The police put her house under guard and the Dubois' become shut-ins. Walker manages to get through the barrier however. Allison has also been dreaming about a man who …
  • Although Allison's stalker, Lucas Harvey, was shot and killed by Detective Scanlon, his ghost continues to appear and he tells her he is manipulating her dreams so she had better watch out what she concludes about crimes. Ominously, Harvey starts to appear before the girls in their dreams, and Allison is worried about their safety. When Allison finally does have a dream about the serial killer who is gassing his victims, she realizes that there are two of them working in tandem. Meanwhile, Joe has to layoff most of his employees when Terry Cavanaugh loses a great deal…
  • The morning after Allison dreams she and Joe and the girls are living in fancy house - where she goes onto a forbidden room and sees a body of a young woman slashed and blood-soaked - she gets a call from Caitlyn Lynch of the Lydecker Corporation asking to meet her. Lydecker wants to offer her a job that is right up her alley - all she has to do is give them exclusively her thoughts or feelings for various products. She's genuinely torn at leaving the DA's office but the money she's offered is such that she has no choice but to give it a try. Her first task is to look…
  • Allison continues to dream about the eye-gouging killer and comes to realize that her new boss, Mr. Lydecker, is out to protect the killer's identity. As she sees more and more in her dreams, she sees that Lydecker himself is in danger and that he is being set up by a third person. Ariel meanwhile continues to see images of her replacement teacher having been butchered. She's keen to take the prescription medicine now approved by her doctor, but is afraid that if she does, the images will stop and she won't be able to help the teacher. It turns out that Ariel's …
  • After having a minor fainting spell at home, Allison goes out to a crime scene where the police have discovered a body in a shallow grave. At the scene, Allison loses consciousness and is taken to the hospital where doctors are unable to diagnose anything wrong with her. At the same time Todd Emory, a patient in the same hospital, walks out and straight to Joe's house where he claims that he is in fact Allison. Emory claims that somehow, Allison's being is now in Emory's body. It becomes evident that Todd Emery was somehow connected to the death of the man in the …
  • When Allison dreams of former private detective Cynthia Keener, she visits the woman in prison to see what she can learn. The dream dealt with one of Cynthia's old cases involving the kidnapping of a young woman, Bethany. Cynthia had delivered the ransom and the kidnapper told her where he had buried the young woman. Bethany survived and the kidnapper was never found. As Allison's dreams continue, it becomes obvious that Bethany and her kidnapper may have met again and she may be in danger. Joe meanwhile has been unable to to raise the cash to buy back his company and…
  • Allison has a dream in which a bank teller correctly predicts a robbery, which the teller attributes to a dream of her own. But when the robbery actually happens, Allison begins to wonder why their dreams don't always agree. Meanwhile, trusting Ariel with his car proves stressful as Joe begins commuting to San Diego.
  • Allison is terrified by dreams of the future which suggest her family is going to be murdered by an assassin of the Mexican drug cartels, and begins working with a DEA agent after the murder of an undercover officer, which had been part of those dreams. But she also learns that she may be experiencing her last dreams, due to a brain tumor which threatens to cut short the investigation.
  • After having been in a coma for three months, Allison has spent a month now undergoing physiotherapy to try and regain the use of her right hand. With neither she nor Joe working - he turned down the job in San Diego - she has also stopped dreaming. DA Devalos is happy to have her back at work even without her special abilities. Allison and Detective Lee Scanlon investigate a complaint by Dan Taper who has evidence that another man, Peter Winant, has been following and making video recordings of his TV personality wife Sophie Cullen. Winant claims that he and Cullen …
  • When Ariel begins acting erratically, Allison becomes troubled and suspects that her daughter might be possessed with the spirit of a murdered stripper who is seeking revenge on her killer.
  • A cancer-stricken friend of Allison's dies suddenly, leading her to suspect the woman's illness did not kill her and that a hospital staffer is to blame. And, Joe takes cues from a story Bridgette wrote when it eerily echoes his latest job interview.
  • Allison begins to dream of a serial killer who has not struck in 11 years and is believed by the author of a best-selling book on the murders to have confessed on his death bed. When murders with the same cryptic symbols on the victims bodies begin to appear, it seems the killer may have returned. With the help of Neil Greybridge, someone from her physical therapy classes who was brutally attacked by a mugger, Allison begins the process of tracking him down. Joe meanwhile starts his new job but is surprised that he has nothing to do and that his boss doesn't intend to…
  • When Allison investigates an infant's kidnapping, Joe worries when she becomes too attached to the little boy. Also, Bridgette and Joe are amazed when Marie plays the clarinet perfectly without one lesson while Bridgette struggles to learn to play.
  • It's Halloween and eerie is the key word. While working with Det. Lee Scanlon investigating the disappearance of funeral director Carl Catallano, Allison dreams that she is a character in the movie <a href=“/title/tt0063350/”>Night of the Living Dead</a>. When she wakes the next morning however, she's covered with scratches. As her dreams continue, Joe and the girls become key characters and Allison becomes concerned as to just what extent she might be hurt if she continues on this path. What would happen if she were to die in her dream? Meanwhile, Brigitte has an unfortunate experience when she brings her class' …
  • After an accident at Ariel's school where another student drives into Allison's parked station wagon, she has to rent a car until it's repaired. Det. Lee Scanlon asks for her help in deciphering the meaning of blast marks they've found in the desert near a power plant. In a vision, she sees someone apparently testing an explosive device but has little else to offer. She's enjoying her fancy SUV with all of its gadgets but is taken aback when through the car's sound system, she can hear conversations in the vehicles around her. One of those involves a man who is …
  • Allison and Joe are not only having to deal with the fact that Ariel seems to have a boyfriend but that if Allison's dreams are to be believed, that their daughter is dating a murderer. Much to Joe's annoyance - and to Ariel's horror - Allison jumps into this with both feet immediately involving Det. Scanlon and interviewing the boy, Casey Covington, at his school. As Allison's dreams continue, she becomes more convinced of the boy's guilt but can't quite make the facts fit. Bridgette meanwhile has taken to recording an inept neighbor's escapades and putting them on …
  • When Allison develops a strange sensitivity to light, the sunglasses she wears reveal mysterious numbers which could tie into people's life expectancies. Also, Allison's dream about Joe's dad causes Joe to start taking better care of his health.
  • When samples of a deadly viral disease go missing, Allison's visions could help prevent a massive bio-terror attack. Also, Scanlon is ready to propose to Lynn, but Bridgette's dreams could foreshadow problems on the horizon.
  • The police hunt a serial killer targeting innocent women, but when the prime suspect dies, his ghost contacts Allison to clear his name, contact his girlfriend and maybe help the investigation. Also, Joe's boss asks him to critique his new novel.
  • The anniversary of his daughter's death re-opens old wounds for Devalos, but Allison's dreams and other clues could lead to the girl's true reasons for her actions. Also, Bridgette meets an interesting character while working at the library.
  • Allison dreams of a schizophrenic child, who she later meets as the well-adjusted roommate of a missing psychiatric patient, and questions whether she was responsible for killing her own parents. Also, Bridgette is confused about her feelings for a boy.
  • A perplexed Allison must figure out why she keeps seeing the face of one man in the faces of other people in her daily life, including that of her husband, Joe. Also, Ariel makes an interesting acquaintance while babysitting a challenging young boy.
  • After Allison is mugged, she decides to take charge by enrolling in self-defense classes. Also, Devalos investigates a teenager's rape and an undercover cop's possible murder, and the suspect may have very close ties to Scanlon.
  • Allison and Joe's wedding is revisited, and as they prepare for their big day, she must also cope with the increasing strength of her “gift” and what these glimpses into her possible future could mean for her and her life with Joe.
  • Allison and her daughters dream of the same mysterious girl who may be linked to the bizarre serial murders of entire families. Also, Joe and his boss find themselves at odds while working on a major project.
  • With Jennifer living in her house, Allison begins to better understand that her young ward has been seeing the murders through the killer's eyes. As a result, she has never seen his face but for some reason, a clown's face stands out in her memories. Allison's own dreams begin to provide other clues not only to the killer's identity but also as to why Jennifer began to dream only after she was in a serious car accident that killed her parents. She also has to act quickly since it's become obvious that Jennifer is now a target. At his work, Joe's boss Keith has …
  • After a neighbor is murdered, Allison's fears for her own family prompt her to install a high-tech talking burglar alarm, which she later suspects may be communicating with Marie. Also, Ariel meets a ghost who could help her get into the college of her choice.
  • A distressed Ariel begins to lose hours and then years of time in her life and must look to her future self to find out how to get back to the present.
  • Allison's dreams of pigs may lead to finding a young animal rights activist, Melissa Treynet, who has been missing for a few weeks. The DA's office has been asked to mediate between Victoria Gossett, the head of an animal rights group, and a local pork processing facility. Gossett is slinging wild accusations that Melissa, who was sent in undercover to work in the plant and document acts of animal cruelty, was killed because of what she found. A little pig with unique markings around one eye gives Allison all the information she needs. At home meanwhile, Joe has to …
  • When Allison's brain tumor resurfaces, its aftermath could have life-altering consequences for her friends and family.
  • Allison is approached by Gary Durant who wants something done about the harassment directed at his elderly father. Someone has been posting videotapes of the old man, now a street person, performing humiliating acts for a few dollars. Both Allison and Bridgette dream about him but are soon having their own ‘Freaky Friday’ of sorts when they wake up to find that they are inhabiting the other's body. As a result they have an interesting few days where Allison goes to school and Bridgette goes to the office. Their dreams reveal more of the mystery about Durant's father …
  • While investigating a rash of murders, Allison sees floating symbols above people's heads, signs that she thinks could match them with their perfect mate. Also, Joe is put in a tough situation when one of his employees accuses another of sexual harassment.
  • Scanlon is haunted by dreams of his late brother, leaving Allison concerned about her colleague. Also, while making her final preparations for college, Ariel has visions of missing young women, past and present.
  • While investigating a missing girl's murder, Allison experiences more friction with Scanlon after finding a possible link to his late brother. Also, Ariel deals with her siblings' reactions to her leaving for college.
  • When Allison gets a skin graft on her hand after a burn, she is puzzled when the same hand acts with a mind of its own, gesturing uncontrollably. Also, Bridgette keeps her real role on the soccer team a secret from her parents.
  • After an earthquake, Allison gets a premonition that Phoenix is going to get another ground shaker of sorts. She knows that the event will occur at 9:18 a.m. She doesn't know the exact day but sees several everyday events that will occur just prior to the event: Det. Scanlon will spill coffee on his shirt and she sees the headline on D.A. Devalos' newspaper. She also dreams about it, realizing that someone will place a car-bomb in the underground parking garage of a downtown building. One of her dreams also shows husband Joe defacing a neighbor's garage door with …
  • Allison wakes up unable to understand a word anyone says. She can speak and be understood by everyone but when they speak, all she hears is gibberish. That is until she overhears a woman, Jane Livingston, speaking on a cellphone. Allison can understand her perfectly but Jane isn't speaking English but Navajo. She and Jane soon form a friendship with Jane acting as her interpreter. Her knowledge of the the Navajo community also comes in handy as Allison has had two dreams where Navajo men were killed by someone searching for something. Her dreams don't reveal all …
  • Allison dreams of a teenage girl caught in a room with a fire raging around her. In her second dream she sees the girl being saved by a fireman and so relaxes a bit. In her third dream however, she sees the same fireman receiving a large amount of money to kill someone, who just happens to be DA Manuel Devalos' principal witness against a major drug dealer. When the witness dies in a hotel fire, Allison thinks the fireman may have killed the girl as well. She isn't quite ready when she learns the relationship between the two. Yet another dream explains it all. Devalos…
  • Allison and Joe are concerned when they learn that a convicted rapist, Clark Kerwin, moves into the neighborhood. They aren't the only ones concerned as their neighbors begin to organize to take action. Someone doesn't wait however and throws a rock through his living room window. Allison's dreams however begin to show that Kerwin, a onetime teacher who was accused of raping one of his students, may have been falsely convicted. When a neighborhood teenager is killed and the evidence points to Kerwin, Allison isn't convinced he's responsible. Joe meanwhile gets an …
  • The police are investigating the death of a man who fell, or wash pushed, in front of a commuter train. There were no witnesses and the only thing other commuters remember was a street person who reeked of urine but no one can really remember what he looked like. At the scene, Allison has a vision of the body with a fast food name tag on his lapel but as Det. Lee Scanlon points out the man is wearing a suit and looks a bit too old to be someone who worked in a burger joint. He's eventually identified as Adam Talmadge but they find little else. When Allison dreams of a…
  • Allison dreams about her brother Michael being down and out and talked out of jumping off a bridge by an unknown individual. When she contacts him the next day however, he's more than fine and is actually on his way to Phoenix to see her. Well dressed and looking great, he's been working quite successfully for a year as a pharmaceutical sales rep. He claims to owe his turnaround to a book written by the now deceased Carson Churchill. As her dreams continue however, Allison realizes that Michael has actually made a pact with Chrchill's spirit, one that is resulting in …
  • A man desperately seeks Allison's help to determine the true nature of his wife's disappearance. Meanwhile, Joe and Allison become concerned when Marie breaks down during a spelling test.
  • On his way home home from a business trip to Hawaii, Joe calls Allison to let her know what time he's arriving. He never makes it however. Flash-forward to seven years in the future, Allison is a successful Assistant District Attorney working as second chair prosecuting a major drug dealer, Luis Amenabar. She's raised the girls on her own and has done a good job. Ariel is now married and will soon have a baby; Bridgette is going to college; and Marie is now a teenager. It all begins to change when she dreams that Joe survived the plane crash and has suffered memory …
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