Medium: Season 5, Episode 8

Truth Be Told (30 Mar. 2009)

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After dreaming about two young couples being taken prisoner in a remote house or cottage, Allison finds herself there the next morning investigating the death of only one of the couples she... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Julie Skahan
Michael Skahan
Lindsay Burke
Paul Burke
Lawyer (as Ken Meseroll)
Matt Champagne ...
Bradley Atkins
Madison Carabello ...
Miranda Carabello ...


After dreaming about two young couples being taken prisoner in a remote house or cottage, Allison finds herself there the next morning investigating the death of only one of the couples she had seen. Later that day, the second couple from the dream show up at the police station to identify the victims. Allison is also hearing a buzzer every time one of the kids tells a lie. The buzzer comes in handy during the questioning of the second couple who are clearly hiding events that may have happened several months before their friends were killed. Evidence at the murder scene contradicts Allison's dreams however and DA Devalos tells her to stay away from the case. At work, Joe finds himself being sued by a former employee who accuses him of stealing his ideas. Written by garykmcd

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Alec Beard plays the younger of the two assailants, who wears a skull mask and rapes Julie; based on Det. Scanlon's description and the police profile he shows Allison, his character is identified as Zachary Giltner. However, in the closing credits Giltner is described as wearing a clown mask, with Mike Peebler credited in the role, while Beard is credited with playing Jacob Vallejo (the older assailant), who is described as wearing the skull mask. See more »


Bridgette Dubois: Daddy, we need to go to bed.
Joe Dubois: Okay.
Bridgette Dubois: But mummy isn't here and we need our kisses.
Joe Dubois: Okay.
Bridgette Dubois: Well, can you come over here and give them to us?
Joe Dubois: Oh, well, I kinda can't right now, sweety.
Bridgette Dubois: Well then, can we come over there and get them from you?
Joe Dubois: Not unless you can fly.
Marie Dubois: I could fly.
Bridgette Dubois: No you can't.
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