A crime-solving wife and mother of three has visions and sees dead people. Inspired by real-life medium Allison DuBois. Canceled by NBC after a five-season run on the network, the supernatural drama rematerialized on CBS in fall 2009.
A despairing man turns to Allison to help him find his vanished wife. Meanwhile, Marie suffers a meltdown while taking a spelling test, raising her parents' concern. Series star Miguel Sandoval directed the episode.
Allison's dreams cause her to suspiciously scrutinize the newfound success of her brother (David Arquette, series star Patricia Arquette's real-life brother). Elsewhere, Devalos' campaign manager grows curiously interested in Bridgette's abilities.
After a man is struck and killed by a train, Allison goes full steam ahead when her visions suggest that the incident was actually a homicide. Meanwhile, Joe tries to cope with unsettling news involving his mother (Kathy Baker).
Allison's neighbors grow enraged when a convicted sex offender moves into the neighborhood, yet Allison's psychic visions cast doubt on the man's guilt. Meanwhile, a business opportunity comes Joe's way, but the opening could create friction with Allison's career goals. Laura San Giacomo guest stars.
Allison's dreams revolve around a woman trapped in a fire and they could help crack a red-hot case involving puzzling blaze-related deaths. Meanwhile, Devalos considers running for mayor, which prompts Allison to mull over the next step in her career.
Following a dream, Allison discovers she's unable to understand the spoken word. This sudden communication breakdown causes cracks to form in her marriage to Joe, so Allison reaches out for support and forms a fast friendship with a linguist.
Doom looms when Allison's visions flash to a specific future time. She soon fears that a catastrophic event will take place then, but she has neither the know-how nor the power to prevent it. Clancy Brown guest stars.
When she suffers a burn on her hand and undergoes a skin graft, Allison tries to get a grip when the injured hand then begins to act with a mind of its own. Meanwhile, Bridgette remains secretive about her real role on her soccer squad.
As Allison snoops into the slaying of a missing girl, she inadvertently creates friction with Scanlon when she deduces that his deceased brother may be linked to the murder. Elsewhere, Ariel prepares to leave for college. Tom Wopat guest stars.
Allison grows concerned when Scanlon is spooked by recurring dreams of his deceased brother. Daughter Ariel, who is preparing for college, is a dream weaver as well, but her mind images center on vanished young women. Frank Whaley guest stars.
As she probes a spate of slayings, Allison begins noticing bizarre symbols materializing above folks' heads and concludes the floating figures could be a mechanism to match people up with their soul mates. Elsewhere, one of Joe's employees files a sexual-harassment suit against a colleague. Tony Hale and Lana Parrilla guest star.
Season 7 opens with Allison and daughter Bridgette sharing the same dream, which revolves around a missing homeless man. Before long, mother and daughter swap personalities, giving rise to various complications at home, at school and at work. Tony Sirico guest stars.
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