Allison dreams of David Carradine just before she's asked to help locate a missing man.



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Jessica Delaney
David Delaney (as Fredric Lane)
Jessica's Brother
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DA Devalos asks Allison and Detective Scanlon to look into a missing persons case as a favor to his wife's friend Jessica Delaney, whose brother has been out of contact. When Allison dreams of a man being thrown off a hotel roof in Los Angeles it turns out to be Jessica's brother, a paranoid schizophrenic who may have been off his medication. In her dreams however, the dead man appears to her as the actor 'David Carradine (I)'. Given his condition, Allison isn't whether she's seeing real events or figments of his imagination. Meanwhile, Bridgette may be in communication with the late author of a series of children's books that she's taken a liking to. Written by garykmcd

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6 March 2006 (USA)  »

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Eerie on so many levels
21 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is really a gem of an episode on many different levels. Seeing David Caradine as an apparition was enthralling enough. He was a great addition to the show and was part of a very unique plot and brainy storyline. His words are mysterious and thought-provoking with his trademark understatement. I was surprised to see him, and any fan of his should watch this right away. Meanwhile, a subplot involving Ariel and an author is charming. The "Medium" writers deftly reveal things to the audience, while we get to watch these supernatural suburbanites reveal extraordinary things about themselves. Allison's husband also has some classic lines and stays a strong character in his own right. (as opposed to the forgettable male counterpart in "Ghost Whisperer". Jim continually vies for the most- understanding-husband ever award.

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