The Dead Zone

Season 3 Episode 12

Tipping Point (1)

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Aug 22, 2004 on USA
9.2
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The continuing strain of visions takes its toll on Johnny while he and Rebecca try to bring Stillson to justice for Rachel's murder, and Reverend Purdy confesses his sins.

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  • Four words: CAN...YOU...DIG IT?! Ladies and gentlemen it just doesn't get much better than this.

    9.8
    Welcome to Tipping Point. This is one of the greatest episodes of television I have ever seen. Can it get any better than this? I don't think so.



    First off, this is the stunning finale to a stellar season. Everything you could ever want from a Dead Zone episode, you will find it right here. This is the third episode of a four episode story arc and this is probably the best of the four. Acting was great as always and the tension from the episode just grew and grew until the breath-taking cliffhanger. This episode turned up the heat on the Armageddon story arc all the way up! Sean Patrick Flannery was once again brilliant as Greg Stillson and Frank Whaley returns as Christopher Wey. These Dead Zone writers continue to surprise us as the cliffhanger that they left us in was too much to bear! The wait for the conclusion of this episode was simply way to long!



    Final thoughts, this was an awesome episode that leaves you craving for more and more. This is as good as it gets, people. Don't miss this earth-shattering installment of the Dead Zone!moreless
Kaj-Erik Eriksen

Kaj-Erik Eriksen

J.J. (20 years old)

Guest Star

Tom O'Brien

Tom O'Brien

Dr. Jaeger

Guest Star

Sonja Bennett

Sonja Bennett

Rachel Caldwell

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Bill Mondy

Bill Mondy

Deputy Roscoe

Recurring Role

Frank Whaley

Frank Whaley

Christopher Wey

Recurring Role

Michael Kopsa

Michael Kopsa

Jake Truax

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