Medium

Season 3 Episode 2

Four Dreams (2)

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Nov 15, 2006 on CBS
8.8
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156 votes
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Allison and Bridgette continue having the same odd dreams as Allison comes closer to figuring out what the dreams mean and how they relate to a series of shootings/killings. Clay still won't leave Allison's house, but his purpose eventually becomes clear and Allison's opinion of him changes. Meanwhile, Devalos' health is evaluated after a rush hospital visit and Scanlon's relationship with the mayor's liaison Lynn takes a turn for the worst.moreless

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  • Well one thing can be said for life of Alisson Deiboue life is never boring for one sec! Marriage, kids, the DA and helping the dead! If anything her life is never boring!moreless

    10
    We are to kick off the new season and we aren't disappoint in the least bit. Even with the abilty to see the dead Alisson still shows that her first concern is the well being of her family and loved ones. We are getting to see her friends have real life sturggle outside the DA office and that makes them all more real. I always love that her visons are never clear cut or stragint foword and keep you guessint the day through till the end. Joe should get a tropy for having to put up with all her weirdness!moreless
  • Not my favorite episode

    7.3
    I got very sick of the old boyfriend haunting Joe and Allison's house. Bridgette and the cartoon dreams were interesting. I figured out at the very beginning that the District Attorney had diabetes. The water and wetting the bed was a dead give away. I did not like the detective and the blond having a relationship.
  • A great return. Each character was progressing from where season two ended. The growth and interaction between the characters was just what I was looking to see.

    9.4
    One of the things I really like about Medium is that Allison's world is very real even if parts of her life are supernatural. This episode was right in sequence with the end of season two with doing a "previously on" segment we get the reminders. We see how Joe is coming to grips with his daughters having his wife's gift; we see Bridgette both growing as a medium and still being a child; and we see how Scanlon is growing as person and how it hurts. I thought it was very interesting how Allison started to dream in MonkeyHeads when she slept with Bridgette and how she worked with Bridgette to understand the case while trying not to scare her more. I also liked how Allison spoke to Devalos about his wife's feelings and how the favor was returned when Clay spoke of how Joe feels.



    This episode whet my appitite for the season and I am especially looking forward to seeing how the girls continue to grow.moreless
  • The cartoon dreams continue for both Allison and Bridgette as the crimes remain unsolved.

    8.9
    Allison's unwelcome guest persists, annoying Joe, but finally realizing he might be there to help Allison with her current case. Her dreams persist, in the mirrowing cartoon version that Brigette also dreams. Devalos is taken to the hospital because of acute blindness brought on by uncontrolled diabetes. Detective Scanlon's romance doesn't go exactly as he hoped for. Finally getting on the right track, Allison figures out the forgery scheme taking place, and how all the victims fit into it, and with a little help from her dead friend Clay, she manages to identify the last piece of the puzzle and the last culprit involved.moreless
  • great episode

    10
    Continuing the story from the last episode, Allison and Bridgette continues to dream about the murders. Clay's spirit is still haunting Allison's house. Lee Scanlon's relationship with Lynn takes a turn for the worst when their jobs get in the way. Clay realizes what he's supposed to do when he helps Allison with what she's trying to figure out with the murders. The writers came up with a cool episode. It starts off the season really well. They made one episode worth watching. I really enjoyed this episode from start to finish. I can't wait for the other episodes this season.moreless
Roxanne Hart

Roxanne Hart

Mrs. Devalos

Guest Star

Sarah Knowlton

Sarah Knowlton

Doctor #2

Guest Star

Thomas Jane

Thomas Jane

Clay Bicks

Guest Star

Tina DiJoseph

Tina DiJoseph

Lynn Di Novi

Recurring Role

Miranda Carabello

Miranda Carabello

Marie DuBois

Recurring Role

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