Johnny butts heads with Anna Turner, the pompous new sheriff of Penobscot County and Walt's replacement, skeptic to Johnny's psychic powers. After having a vision about Sheriff turner ... See full summary »

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Johnny butts heads with Anna Turner, the pompous new sheriff of Penobscot County and Walt's replacement, skeptic to Johnny's psychic powers. After having a vision about Sheriff turner shooting an armed woman, Johnny begins investigating the woman. she turns out to be a psychiatrist with several patients who would like to see her dead. Meanwhile, Johnny tries to comfort Sarah in the wake of Walt's death. He asks her and J.J. to move in with him, while he also learns that Sheriff Turner is investigating Walt for some past events. Written by matt-282

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When the new sheriff comes to take back Walt's computer, she asks for a Macintosh G4 (which is a desktop computer), but Walt's computer is a Mac Book laptop. See more »

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16 July 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

After watching Heritage, I thought the next dead zone episodes would be predictable and I wasn't all wrong. It looks like Johnny and Sarah would be living together with J.J and Walt's coming baby which kinda sounds like the only way for an happy ending for them. The Walt's death was long time coming and when it happened it was like no it didn't. I don't really liked the way they just changed the J.J, I don't think the old J.J can cope and act well in the situation well with the loss of Walt. The new J.J looks like someone he would be trying to be more responsible. A new deputy has been put to replace Walt and so far I don't like her character. I think she has a some part to play in this season which is probably the last season.

This episode is like helping to dissolve and absorb what had happened slowly by not going into further details about Armageddon or maybe there would be no more of it. I would have preferred to see Deputy Roscoe replacing Walt. He was much of a likable character and he was quite close to Walt and Johnny. In this episode they didn't really have like have a tribute for Walt but they just seems to move on and try and look on the bright side. The dead zone have lost some numbers of characters in its storyline. I think Johnny is quite miserable too and they haven't really showed us how? So it looks like the new major storyline is investigating Walt and Maybe Johnny and Greg Stillson would get along well....


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