Kyle begins having random memories, Tom Foss begins making his presence known, and Lori's birthday brings some surprises.



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April Matson ...
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Hillary Shepard (credit only)


Even snugly is his 'safe' bathtub, the stormy rain -just like the night before his woods-'birth- gives Kyle nightmares and finally taps in to his memories. Declan McDonough, lightly bleeding, knocks on his window to be let in and crash with him allegedly after a fight with his dad, more appreciated by dad Trager, a veteran of his sport basketball, then by Lori, who atypically doesn't enjoy her birthday, apparently because of her row with Hillary. Kyle shows ma a drawing of a man he saw in his storm dream, but when pa, checking after the power was cut off, finds footprints outdoors and blood on Kyle's window, he thinks it a real criminal tried to break in and tells 'security agent' Foss, who calls his superiors Kyle's returning memory makes the Trager family a potential danger; Kyle later recognizes him vaguely. Kyle is pleased Amanda comes to him rather then boyfriend Charlie while the power is out at her place too; the girls insist to play with a Ouija-board, which answers Kyle's ... Written by KGF Vissers

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31 July 2006 (USA)  »

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25 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Finally we have some plot advancement. The plot thickens or whatever you want to say.

It is just too bead that they spend so much time on the other relationships that are going on. I mean I know they want you to know the family, but if all of it doesn't have some larger spot in the end I'm not sure if it worth it.

I also am wondering why the boyfriend can 'show up' a half-hour before the parents were expecting the kids up and nobody cares. He then stays ALL DAY! Does this not seem a bit abonormal to anybody. Then there is the fact that everybody seems to talk about anything without thinking who else might be around. Whatever, at least the murder plot thickens.

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