Jim has a vision that Alex will die on Thursday at 7 p.m.. Louie is convinced that it is real, but Alex refuses to believe it. Latka is not allowed to talk for a week after a run-in with Tony.

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Jim has a vision that Alex will die on Thursday at 7 p.m.. Louie is convinced that it is real, but Alex refuses to believe it. Latka is not allowed to talk for a week after a run-in with Tony.

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Reverend Jim Ignatowski: I have dreams that come true.
Elaine O'Connor-Nardo: So you're psychic?
Reverend Jim Ignatowski: Yeah, yeah, I'm psychic. I didn't tell you guys about it before, because I didn't want you to think I was offbeat or something.
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Jim Gets A Message From The Stars
29 August 2014 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Seems Jim (Lloyd) has had psychic experiences in the past. Now he approaches Alex (Hirsch) with a wild story that Alex is going to die at home in a few days at a definite time. Alex laughs it off, but then certain of Jim's predictions come true. So what's Alex to think now.

Good episode, though a little on the heavy side. Alex gets to show his sober-minded skeptical side, and we wonder how the writers will finesse the outcome since Jim seems dead on. As usual, Louie (DeVito) stirs the pot, but then relents once he thinks Alex is headed for the graveyard. This is a Hirsch-DeVito showcase. And unless I missed something, it's also Jeff Conaway's (Bobby) last episode since he's not listed in the credits in the following entry.


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