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Everything Comes to a Head 

P.D. McCall's betrayal has devastating results for everyone in Allison's life, and Walter Paxton brokers a deal with the D.A.'s office.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
P.D. McCall
Pamela Franklin
Lynn DiNovi-Deputy Mayor (as Tina Di Joseph)
Walter Paxton's Attorney (as Kamala Lopez-Dawson)
Cheryl Ann Potts


With the revelations about Allison gaining more and more news coverage, DA Devalos finds himself increasingly frozen out. Soon his old friend who he had brought to help them out, Tom Van Dyke, is acting DA and both Allison and Detective Lee Scanlon find themselves on the outs as well. Allison's dreams continue to paint the picture of what happened to the murder victims and she soon concludes that there had to be two killers at work, likely working together. The only problem is that she can find no one in the new regime to listen to her. Allison's outing as a psychic has an effect on her family as well when the children are teased at school and Joe is faced with a very particular dilemma in relation to the lawsuit he is contemplating against his employer. Written by garykmcd

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16 May 2007 (USA)  »

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Neve Campbell guest story arc completed
17 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What was left out of this episode? It's as if a ten-minute segment was missing before the final five minutes. The story went from the fourth murder to Neve Campbell's character already dead. The only clue was a flashback in Patricia Arquette's discovery of the phone/recorder. From there the story then ended abruptly as if they had run out of time. This story line was padded with the husband's problems at work with his boss, his lawyer and his home life. The reactions of the child characters seemed contrived in comparison with the usual interaction in the family. It's hard to see where the show is going now that the medium's cover has been blown.

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