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Sweet Child O' Mine 

Allison's dreams seem to be about a personal tragedy, but soon she realizes it has something to do with a murder at a coffee shop.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jessie Andrews / Brian
Dr. Andrews
Dr. Kelsch
Mr. Morehouse
Cristin Morehouse
Jon Carlo Alvarez ...
Worker #1
Worker #2


Allison is feeling very blue and is dreaming about the child, Brian, she and Joe lost some 15 years ago. Initially, her dreams are pleasant with David sitting at the family breakfast table with them and the girls and then dropping him off at school. It all takes a more sinister turn however when after a sleepless night she goes to a coffee shop and finds the manager dead and lying in a pool of blood in the kitchen. Her next dream shows Brian, entering the house with his shirt covered in blood. They eventually arrest a young man, Jessie Andrews, who had once worked at the coffee shop but had since been fired. Jessie is the spitting image of the Brian she dreams about and Allison is having some difficulty separating the facts before her and the dreams she's been having. Jessie confesses but Allison can't help but feel that he's innocent. Written by garykmcd

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27 February 2006 (USA)  »

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Kudos to Patricia Arquette and all the excellent actors of the cast
15 August 2006 | by (Venezuela) – See all my reviews

The Dubois are such a wholesome family, the characters are so lovable, with any quirks they might have (or actually because of that) and the way their relationships are built. We start in the kitchen with the Dubois family having breakfast and suddenly we realize that there's a new member: in fact, is their "oldest" child, a boy of about 15, having an argument with his dad Joe about some skateboarding stuff laying in the garden. It's all so very normal, as it would be in thousands of homes around the world... until the kid starts choking and we get really scared, and then Allison wakes up and it was all a dream, a recurrent dream about her unborn child which she has every spring. The story then develops with some twists (as we could expect) with the same boy showing up again. What makes this work out so perfectly is Patricia Arquette. She really steals your heart. Her behavior towards the boy is totally disarming, her expression (like when he's choking in the kitchen) is of such love and despair, what a great actress!. The actor who plays her son (Noel Fisher) also impressed me: he goes from a sweet, innocent looking boy, to a dead eyed freak, possibly a monster (the scene in the bathtub) as the episode unfolds. Great writing too, I don't have a child but this episode made me cry my eyes out as it made me feel deeply all the motherly issues.

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