2.01: When Push Comes to Shove (2)
While Capt. Push lingers between life and death, Allison struggles to decipher confusing messages from the other side in an attempt to stop a serial killer before he claims his next victim.
2.02: The Song Remains the Same
All outside noise is drowned out as a popular song is continuously played very loud, and only in Allison’s head. The song gives Allison clues to the whereabouts of a missing coed.
2.03: Time Out of Mind
Allison dreams that she’s a woman who’s been committed to a mental institution in 1959. After viewing taped sessions from the clinic, Allison discovers that the woman from her dream had made claims of being Allison DuBois, living in 2005.
2.04: Light Sleeper
Allison’s recent habit of sleepwalking keeps landing her in dangerous situations. This leaves her exhausted while she hurries to solve a kidnapping case before it’s too late.
2.05: Sweet Dreams
Allison is having dreams about an old high school friend and decides to find her. Meanwhile a man seeks the district attorney’s help in finding his daughter who has been missing for a week.
2.06: Dead Aim
Allison helps the district attorney put away a murderer whose lawyer is also using a psychic and at the same time tries to prevent a shooting spree in the D.A.’s Office. Meanwhile, Bridgette figures out that Joe’s new project at work isn’t what he thinks it is.
2.07: Judge, Jury, & Executioner
Joe serves his jury duty on a case against a man accused of murdering his rich wife. Allison starts having visions about the man but D.A. Devalos orders her not to work on the case because of a conflict of interests.
2.08: Too Close to Call
THE GIRL WHO KNEW TOO MUCH — While Allison’s boss, D.A. Devalos, is running for re-election, Allison has a vision that could jeopardize both of their futures. Joe runs into an old college girlfriend who is interested in more than physics.
2.09: Still Life
Allison is lead to an art gallery where she encounters the art of a popular artist. While looking at some of his paintings 3-dimensional images emerge that make her believe that the artist is somehow involved in a crime. Joe gets a job offer from a former co-worker. This episode is partly in 3D.
2.10: The Reconing
Allison dreams about hitting a girl with her car and a woman who’s house is haunted. She finds out that the woman killed herself. Now Allison is trying to put all the pieces together.
2.11: Method to Madness
ALLISON’S BIZARRE BEHAVIOR ALARMS JOE – Joe worries about his daughters’ well-being when Allison literally can’t get a psychotic murderer, who uses young women as human canvases for his scalpel art, out of her head.
2.12: Doctor’s Orders
HE’S BAAAACCCKKK — The spirit of a psychopathic doctor responsible for the murder of 14 young girls whom Allison battled in an earlier episode has returned, and this time he has his demonic sights set on Allison’s daughter, Ariel. Allison is desperate to protect her child, even if it means breaking the law.
2.13: Raising Cain
DAMNED IF YOU DO — After Allison helps locate a missing child, she is horrified by a vision of the havoc he will wreak in the future. Is it too late for Allison to try to change the path of the young boy?
2.14: A Changed Man
Allison gets a minor concussion when slipping in the bathtub, she gets a minor concussion that has a major impact on her visions. When she goes to get an MRI she has a strange vision about a man she just met.
2.15: Sweet Child O’ Mine
Allison has problems with staying impartial about a case when she develops maternal feelings for a teenage boy who is accused of killing his former boss. Bridget finds a stray dog and wants to keep it.
2.16: Allison Wonderland
Allison is asked to help find the missing brother of a close friend of the District Attorney’s and begins to experience odd bouts of paranoia and delusional encounters with government agents trying to route out terrorism. At home, Joe grows uneasy when he suspects his and Allison’s daughter Bridget has been communicating with the deceased author of her favorite book.
2.17: Lucky in Love
Lucky In Love When Allison’s brother Michael unexpectedly shows up in town after she dreams he was involved in a local bank robbery, she fears the worst. Her suspicion grows when he becomes involved with a mysterious woman who Allison thinks may have conned him into participating in the scheme.
Allison’s dreams about several young women prior to their murder puts her hot on the trail of a serial killer, and in a race against time to save his future victims. Meanwhile, Bridget prepares for a class presentation on what her parents do for a living, and struggles when it comes to her mother.
2.19: Knowing Her
Scanlon’s past comes back to haunt him. Three girls are found murdered and Allison’s visions connect Det. Scanlon with the case. Is Scanlon trying to hide something from his past?
2.20: The Darkness is Light Enough
While working on a parole case with Devalos, Allison receives visions of a woman whose house is repeatedly broken into by a man without a face, and who steals nothing but a kiss. Meanwhile, the pressure surrounding a new project at work takes a toll on Joe.
2.21: Death Takes a Policy
While investigating the death of a local physician, an ominous man claiming to be “Death” starts appearing to Allison in her visions, causing her to worry that she might be living on borrowed time.
2.22: Twice Upon A Time
Allison has visions of her life had she become the high-powered attorney she originally set out to be, and married someone other than Joe.