Allison Dubois works in the District Attorney’s office using her natural intuition about people and her ability to communicate with the dead to help to solve crimes. Her dreams often give her clues to the whereabouts of missing people.
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When an animal rights activist working undercover at a farm goes missing, Allison befriends a pig that could hold the key to the woman's whereabouts. Also, Joe's special birthday gift from Marie leaves him wondering how she was able to obtain it.
The episode was rated 6.96 from 68 votes.
Allison has recurring dreams of her being out in the snow, where she eventually finds a young woman's body. Joe meanwhile returns to work for the first time since the shooting, still trying to deal with the repercussions of the tragedy.
The episode was rated 7.09 from 66 votes.
The film "Night of the Living Dead" gets Allison nightmares where scenes from the movie are put in her mind. It results in her getting cuts and bite marks and even clues that lead to hear funeral director's killer.
The episode was rated 7.18 from 72 votes.
Allison is busy investigating the death of a local doctor when a man claiming to be "Death" begins appearing in her visions, causing her to worry that maybe her time on this world is nearly over.
The episode was rated 7.18 from 82 votes.
As Allison teams up with Scanlon to track down the dangerous "cougar" they believe is responsible for the murders of young men, she also has visions that Devalos' campaign is in jeopardy, with someone plotting against him.
The episode was rated 7.20 from 69 votes.
Allsion had a dream that takes place about 20 years in the future in which Marie dies of leukemia. Upon waking up Allison is determined to keep Marie safe no matter what needs to be done. Joe strongly disagrees with Allison's actions, and tries to convince her to stay rational. Meanwhile Scanlon investigates the sudden death of a close friend.
The episode was rated 7.21 from 78 votes.
Allison has visions of a friend of Scanlon and Lynn DiNovi dying in a home mishap. This causes her to struggle with connecting some recent "accidental" deaths, consequently putting her own health in jeopardy.
The episode was rated 7.22 from 68 votes.
Allison investigates when a brother and sister report the disappearance of their mother. Meanwhile, Joe's sister moves in with Joe and Allison after walking out on her husband Ryan, but Joe's father has advice from beyond the grave about her relationship.
The episode was rated 7.23 from 66 votes.
Allison believes she is having after effects from her recent brain surgery after experiencing strange symbols as visions. However, as the story plays out, it seems the symbols may be the key to uncovering the true identity of a serial killer.
The episode was rated 7.23 from 69 votes.
Allison's old flame, Clay Bicks, appears at her doorstep moments after dying, unaware that he is dead. When he accepts the fact that he's dead and will never get to be with the woman he loved, he decides he's going to stay in Allison's house so he can at least be close to her. This upsets Joe, and Allison decides that something must be done to get rid of Clay. Meanwhile, Allison shares a bunch of odd dreams with Bridgette, except Bridgette's dreams keep coming to her in the form of cartoons for some reason.
The episode was rated 7.24 from 79 votes.
Last updated: dec 30, 2022
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