Allison's sleepwalking puts her physically at risk, and her dreams put the family financially at risk. Meanwhile, there's a missing boy to find and a kidnapper to catch.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ms. Ballou / Mrs. Church
James Frain ...
Bank Manager
Holliston Coleman ...
21-Year Old Boy
Laurel Marlantes ...
Man on Phone


Allison has taken to sleep walking and actually puts her life in danger when Joe finds her in her nightgown standing in the middle of the freeway. She can't explain what is happening but is clearly taking on a new persona when she is in her sleep state. At work, Allison is working with District Attorney Devalos on the case of a multi-millionaire who seems to have disappeared with his four-year old son. The boys mother - estranged from her husband - is convinced he has run off with the boy. Allisons's sleepwalking is helpful in solving the case. At home meanwhile, 12 year-old Ariel would like to start walking home from school with her friend Hannah. Written by garykmcd

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10 October 2005 (USA)  »

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Allison acting childish
1 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode Alison sleepwalks and does weird stuff like standing in the middle of a 4 lane road in heavy traffic screaming at cars to give her money, sleepdriving to the bank and withdrawing all their money, sleepwalking through the house at night looking for money, etc.

What strikes me in this episode is Alison's self centered, irresponsible, inconsiderate attitude. Joe took the money she withdrew from the bank without realizing she had done so and with no idea why she had done it, and locked it away in his safe. When Alison looked in her purse for her medicine and discovered the money was not there and Joe told her he had locked it up for safe keeping, Alison nearly screamed "you took the money out of my purse? Why would you do that? What did you think I would do with it?"

How could anyone not realize it is stupid to leave over 15 grand in their purse? And how could Alison think it unreasonable that Joe would lock it up? How could she not understand that Joe was worried about what she might do with the money? Alison was doing stuff without knowing she had done it, and with no idea why she had done it.

She herself had no idea what she might do with the money. But she acted like she was a victim when Joe did not know what she might do with the money.

Actually this is not the first time she has displayed inconsiderate behavior or acted like a victim. I don't know why the writers make her act like this. Is she this way in real life? I hope not.

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