When a convicted sex offender moves into Allison's area, her neighbors are up in arms, but Allison's visions leave her questioning his guilt. Also, a potential career opportunity for Joe puts his and Allison's professional goals at odds.

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Ariel Dubois (credit only)
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Clark Kerwin
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John Claybourne
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Todd Gillis
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Dale Oleck
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Stacy McKee
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Susannah Collings
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Allison and Joe are concerned when they learn that a convicted rapist, Clark Kerwin, moves into the neighborhood. They aren't the only ones concerned as their neighbors begin to organize to take action. Someone doesn't wait however and throws a rock through his living room window. Allison's dreams however begin to show that Kerwin, a onetime teacher who was accused of raping one of his students, may have been falsely convicted. When a neighborhood teenager is killed and the evidence points to Kerwin, Allison isn't convinced he's responsible. Joe meanwhile gets an interesting offer from his boss: get an executive MBA on his own time and he will get a senior management position in the firm. Allison still plans on going to law school but they may not be able to afford tuition for both of them. Written by garykmcd

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19 November 2010 (USA)  »

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In one of the scenes set in a bar, the song "Plush" by Stone Temple Pilots can be heard in the background. The song's subject about a murdered girl and the discovery of her body loosely parallels the story arc. See more »

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Allison Dubois: Hey, I know you. Didn't you use to be my husband? We used to do things together. Like, I don't know, go to community meetings about sex offenders who lived on our block.
Joe Dubois: You know? When you've gone to one sex offender meeting, you've been to them all.
Allison Dubois: [They kiss] Ugh, you smell like alcohol.
Joe Dubois: And you smell like Allison.
[Allison laughs]
Allison Dubois: [Joe tried to kiss her again, she puses him back] Have you been drinking?
Joe Dubois: [laughing slightly drunk] With my boss. We did some eating too, and a lot of talking. I ...
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References The Silence of the Lambs (1991) See more »

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