Allison dreams of a murder that involves a man being struck by a train and, when a man is killed just like in her dream, Allison is convinced it's a homicide. Also, Joe has difficulty handling his mother's diagnosis.
Allison's visions about the convicted sex offender new to her neighborhood have her questioning his guilt, even though her neighbors are furious about him moving in. Plus, Joe's potential career opportunity doesn't mesh with Allison's professional future.
A series of mysterious fire-related deaths may be tied to Allison's dreams of a blaze. Allison must also think about where her professional career is headed, as Devalos starts thinking seriously about running for mayor.
Allison becomes suddenly unable to understand spoken language, developing a friendship with a linguist along the way. The situation really tries Joe's patience, as he thinks about how many strange situations he's had to put up with during their marriage.
Allison burns her hand which requires a skin graft, but after surgery she finds her hand has a mind of its own. Meanwhile, Bridgette isn't telling her parents the whole truth about her involvement on the soccer team.
Allison's investigation of a missing girl's murder may have a link to Scanlon's late brother, which further erodes her relationship with Lee. Bridgette and Marie must deal with Ariel heading off to college.
Visions of symbols floating over people's heads makes Allison think they could be used to find their perfect mates. Meanwhile, Joe must figure out what to do when one employee accuses another of sexual harassment.