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Sweet Child O' Mine 

Allison's dreams seem to be about a personal tragedy, but soon she realizes it has something to do with a murder at a coffee shop.

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Allison Dubois
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D.A. Manuel Devalos
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Detective Lee Scanlon
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Ariel Dubois
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Bridgette Dubois
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Joe Dubois
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Jessie Andrews / Brian
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Dr. Andrews
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Lynn DiNovi
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Dr. Kelsch
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Mr. Morehouse
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Cristin Morehouse
Jeff Sugarman ...
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Jon Carlo Alvarez ...
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Allison is feeling very blue and is dreaming about the child, Brian, she and Joe lost some 15 years ago. Initially, her dreams are pleasant with David sitting at the family breakfast table with them and the girls and then dropping him off at school. It all takes a more sinister turn however when after a sleepless night she goes to a coffee shop and finds the manager dead and lying in a pool of blood in the kitchen. Her next dream shows Brian, entering the house with his shirt covered in blood. They eventually arrest a young man, Jessie Andrews, who had once worked at the coffee shop but had since been fired. Jessie is the spitting image of the Brian she dreams about and Allison is having some difficulty separating the facts before her and the dreams she's been having. Jessie confesses but Allison can't help but feel that he's innocent. Written by garykmcd

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27 February 2006 (USA)  »

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