Stephen King's Dead Zone: Season 3, Episode 7

Looking Glass (25 Jul. 2004)
"The Dead Zone" Looking Glass (original title)

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Two law students fear Johnny's powers are the ultimate invasion of privacy and decide to prove that his visions can be wrong. But Johnny discovers he might have been right after all.

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Two law students fear Johnny's powers are the ultimate invasion of privacy and decide to prove that his visions can be wrong. But Johnny discovers he might have been right after all.

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Oy vey
4 August 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I've never given this show less than a seven. It is a superb masterpiece of a series and is still my favorite but this episode... I always understood and got over the fact that the show was corny, but it told its stories well, and in the end, I always find myself saying "wow, they really took me for a ride." For the first time in 3 seasons, I wasn't taken for a ride filled with creativeness and swerves. I'm the biggest moron when it comes to mysteries, I never realize whodunit until the last second of any show or film. But, for some reason, I was ten steps ahead of this one each time. Very predictable episode, which is was something I never predicted for TDZ, as I would always "fall for" whatever they were trying to swerve me with. Good track record, though, for TDZ. It did take about 30 episodes until I figured one out. So, I don't hold too much of a grudge. And the story told was basically a creative one and needed to be told. So, definitely not a wasted effort, just one that I saw coming a mile away for each swerve they brought out.


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