Police psychoanalyst Dr. Jon Holland and police detective Barbara Williams must solve the case of a missing boy, who according to his baby sister was eaten by the bogeyman, before whatever took him comes back for the sister.

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Dr. Jon Holland
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Caitlin Doyle
Laura Bruneau ...
Sharon Rosman
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Jillian Rosman
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Brad Hoffman
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Andrew Rosman
Jan Burrell ...
Elizabeth Doyle
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Miguel Enriquez
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Gary Rosman
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Bernie (as Dave Hurtubise)
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Randall Wong ...
Ming
Jo Bates ...
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Young Andrew Rosman finally finds a lost toy under his bed - or does he? When he reaches for it a horrible arm seizes his arm and hauls him under the bed. His sister Jillian, struck dumb by fear, cannot tell authorities what happened. And that's very bad, because the same thing might happen to her if a detective and a psychologist can't put the pieces together in time. Written by CommanderBalok

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26 May 1995 (USA)  »

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The title is based upon the childhood fear of "monsters under the bed" and that appears to be true in this show. See more »

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Twilight Zone Meets Poltergeist
28 February 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Generally speaking, I liked this episode. It reminded me a bit of the "Twilight Zone" episode where the little girl goes through the wall, into another dimension. They hear her crying in the night. If you want to make it so your child never sleeps again, let them watch this. The little boy reaches under the bed to get his Teddy Bear and is grabbed by something down there and taken away. This is the set up. What ensues is some very strange activity on the part of the authorities. Given the supernatural elements, the conclusions reached by the power that be are pretty hard to fathom. The use of databases to narrow down things really pushes the envelope. Timothy Busfield (Thirty Something/Field of Dreams/The West Wing) is a child psychologist who pairs with his girlfriend, a police detective to solve the case. Busfield lost his older brother who "just disappeared" in the woods when he was six and has a father who has never been able to deal with that loss. While the conclusion is acceptable, the road to the discovery is a bit bumpy. Also, if the little girl is stupidly put in danger time and time again. Still, a decent episode.


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