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Season 3 Episode 4

Blood Relations

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Nov 29, 2006 on CBS
8.9
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5

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A serial killer from the past begins to possess people so he can kill again. Allison races against the clock to save his next victim, but she becomes a target in the process.

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  • Once again ladies and gentlamen the ghost that won't go away! The evil doctor of young woman of days gone past makes yet another apperaince in the life of young Allsion and he here to try a hat trick!moreless

    10
    Allsion archfoe so to speak has yet again rear his ugly ghost head and is out to do what he does best, the total and utter mutlation of young girls! Now he actully trying to do it with his decented not some starnger and he got big plans! We are actually finally starting to piece together who this guy is and why he is so messed up in the head and why he won't stay dead! His wife allows Allison to see his past and show her why and how he became a seril killer and ironcly and oddly enough it had to do with her his wife Mora death. She died giving birth to their a child he didn't want. He was so deveasted and tormanent by her loss instead of taking care of his own flesh and blood he kinda deceid well if I can't have her I will kill whatever girl comes my way for killing them makes the pain go numb! It also turns out that his mom was gifted and reveal because of his horrender sin Mora won't forgive him ever nor would he be allowed to join her in heaven so he vowed he won't rest. He end up over the years contuine his sick practice of medicene and wind up in his great whatever grandson and then tried to kill Allison so she couldn't stop him again but that is when Mora finally acted proving she loved her children in death as much as in life and would do anything to protect them and others form her fromer lovers wickedness. All in all very dramtica and we have yet to see if the wicked doctor will come back. Something tells me Allsion hasn't seen the last of him.moreless
  • arrrggg...Allison stopp screaming and get yourself together.

    7.3
    Ok here is my problem, after so many cases and death seeing experiences Allison should get a little colder and sure of here self and dont freak out when ever she is confronted whrith the supernatural. I wish she could evolve into a more self ashure medium and get a new angel into the show.



    btw the famely is stil the best part of the show.
  • I didn't like the serial killer the first time.

    5.0
    This guy was truly sick. How do you fight this guy? You never know which person he is in. The girl stabbing herself was awful to watch. The great great grandson trying to fight him was interesting. So he can inhabit several people at once? The dream of his wife giving birth was too horrible watch with the sound on.
  • A story continues and maybe ends.

    9.0
    I always found Charles Walker to be creepy. Mark Shepard does really well in roles like this. He is good as a creepy bad guy. I have found the Walker arc to be interesting because it gives the show a chance to be more real in that things do not always completely resolve. While I like that concept I like that they found a way to give this guy a probable ending without giving absolute finality to the character. This episode gives some depth to the character with the dreams of his past giving us the reason we all crave for why he is so bad. I was also happy to see the return of Catherine. I think this friendship is really great for Allison and I would like to see her more often.moreless
  • great episode

    10
    Allison's old nemesis returns to haunt her and some innocent victims. This time the stakes are raised when the ghost of the serial killer Charles Walker come to take control of his descendant Jack Walker. The writers came up with a great plan to bring back Charles Walker. This episode turns into some fantasy adventure mode. But it works out really well. I enjoyed watching this episode. Charles Walker is a very interesting Character, it's nice to see him return once again. It was a mystery at the start, some questions are answered on why Charles became the psychopath that he is. It's a great episode.moreless
Mark Sheppard

Mark Sheppard

Dr. Charles Walker/Jack Walker

Guest Star

Christa B. Allen

Christa B. Allen

Maura Walker

Guest Star

Kerry Finlayson

Kerry Finlayson

Waitress

Guest Star

Miranda Carabello

Miranda Carabello

Marie DuBois

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Blooper: When Allison has Det. Scanlon meet her to tell him about her dream and get his help to protect a girl, she is sitting in her car when he gets there and calls, looking for her. She tells him that she is 5 cars on his left in the Volvo. With the view of him through her eyes, as the camera shows us, she is actually on his right, as you can see when he turns and walks over to her in that direction.

    • Dr. Walker said he's been trying to get at Jack since Jack was a teenager, but in his previous appearances, and dialogue implied in them, he only takes over one body at a time because it takes so long.

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Allison: (About Jack Walker) He's absolutely convinced he has to spend his entire life slightly inebriated just to function.
      Joe: I actually knew a number of friends in high school who felt the exact same way.

    • Joe: There's some dinner for you in the fridge ... (Allison gets a beer) ... Oh good. I was afraid I was gonna have to keep after you to eat something from the alcohol food group.

  • NOTES (1)

    • International Air Dates:
      The Netherlands: March 23rd, 2007 on Net 5
      Norway: December 18th, 2007 on TV2
      Australia: March 20th, 2008 on Network 10
      Finland: April 5th, 2008 on Nelonen
      Czech Republic: February 20th, 2009 on Prima

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Catherine: God doesn't play dice with the universe.

      This is a famous quote from a letter Albert Einstein wrote to his colleague Niels Bohr concerning the theory of quantum mechanics and its probability interpretation. Bohr's answer: "Don't tell God what to do!" The current data on quantum theory indicates that Einstein was wrong and God, if he exists, actually makes a habit of playing dice with the universe.

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