Allison's dreams are proven once again to be based on reality when Devalos instructs her to work with a detective who believes a handful of deaths involving newly weds is being committed by a serial killer and not the murder-suicides they are staged to look like. Meanwhile, Joe is faced with the possibility that he may loose his job.
When Devalos introduces Allison to a good samaritan that is helping his case out, Allison senses only evil from him. With no evidence to back up her intuition, Joe is convinced that Allison may be pregnant and the vision is a hormonal side affect.
Allison has to convince Devalos that a suicide is actually the result of a completely different crime, which forces Allison to interact with Larry Watt (Conor O'Farrell), the same lawyer that tried to expose her as a psychic weeks earlier.
When Ariel, Allison's oldest daughter, starts dreaming about a dead little girl, Joe and Allison must decide how to handle their child's new, sometimes disturbing, dreams. While Allison tries to help Ariel make sense of her dream, Joe would prefer to shield his daughter from the truth and blame the visions on nightmares.
12. A Priest, A Doctor, And A Medium Walk Into An Execution Chamber
March 28, 2005
Devalos decides that Allison should view an execution of a death row inmate so she can see the seriousness of her job. Meanwhile, Ariel makes a new friend at school, but Allison fears the friendship will lead to heartbreak for her daughter.