3.01-3.02: Four Dreams (1 & 2)
In this two-hour event, the ghost of Clay Bicks, who is an old flame of Allison’s shows up at her door. When Clay decides he wants to stick around the DuBois household, it doesn’t sit well with Joe. Meanwhile, Allison discovers that she and Bridgette are both having a very similar odd series of dreams, with the primary difference being that Bridgette’s dreams keep coming to her in the form of cartoons. When Bridgette’s dreams become dark and ugly, Allison begins to realize the connection to a case she is working on.
3.03: Be Kind, Rewind
When Allison relives the same horrific day over and over again in her dreams, she discovers that with each “day” she relives, important clues are being revealed to her regarding a potential hostage situation. Meanwhile, Joe struggles for affection from Allison, and Ariel is being threatened by a bully at school.
3.04: Blood Relation
When nemesis Dr. Charles Walker, begins to reappear in Allison’s dreams, she fears his spirit may be returning to continue his evildoing by inhabiting the living. Her fears escalate when she meets a young man who has an uncanny resemblance to the serial killer from the late 1800’s.
3.05: Ghost In The Machine
When Allison buys a camcorder for Joe’s birthday, she tought she had made a bargain. The camcorder seems to have a life of it’s own, and Allison begins to see images that seem to be linked to a murder that may or may not have happened.
3.06: Profiles In Terror
When a famous FBI Criminal Profiler is brought in to help out on a potential serial killer case, Allison begins to have visions that contradict his findings, causing them to butt heads and him to question the source of her information. Meanwhile, Joe grows concerned about Marie, who begins to display odd behavior at home.
3.07: Mother’s Little Helper
WHEN A MOTHER AND DAUGHTER ARE MURDERED, ALLISON AND ARIEL EXPERIENCE VISIONS OF THE CRIME, BUT FROM DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES — After Allison and Ariel stumble upon the bodies of a dress shop owner and her daughter, they both begin dreaming about the crime, but from different perspectives, revealing two suspects.
3.08: The Whole Truth
ALLISON IS TROUBLED BY VISIONS OF A BOY TRAPPED IN A WELL WHILE INVESTIGATING THE MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF A CONGRESSMAN — While assisting District Attorney Devalos investigate the mysterious death of a well-respected congressman, Allison experiences puzzling visions of a little boy trapped in a well.
3.09: Better Off Dead
SOMEONE SURPRISINGLY REJECTS ALLISON’S ATTEMPTS TO HELP SOLVE HIS MURDER — Allison’s latest visions reveal an odd new friendship between two ghosts, and surprisingly one of the men rebuffs her attempts to determine the identity of his killer.
3.10: Very Merry Molly
EVEN ALLISON IS SPOOKED BY HER LATEST ADVERSARY — A DEMONIC DOLL URGING IT’S YOUNG OWNER TO KILL — If dreams of child abuse weren’t disturbing enough, Allison becomes spooked by a young boy’s doll, who seems to have urged it’s owner to kill. Meanwhile, with project deadline looming, Joe becomes concerned about his health.
3.11: Apocalypse, Push
TROUBLED BY VIOLENT DREAMS, TEXAS RANGER PUSH PUTS ASIDE HIS SKEPTICISM AND TURNS TO ALLISON — Skeptical Texas Ranger Kenneth Push comes back into Allison’s life after, in a surprising turn of events, he begins to experience dreams of a shocking murder in Phoenix. Also, Joe suffers an embarrassing moment after telling a white lie.
3.12: The One Behind the Wheel
When Allison emerges from a dream believing she’s an entirely different person named Sandra, an uneasy Joe tries to snap her out of her bizarre identity crisis with help from Scanlon. Meanwhile, Bridgette anticipates Valentine’s Day.
3.13: Second Opinion
Allison’s dreams turn into chilling nightmares that seemingly foretell her youngest daughter’s death from leukemia in 20 years. Elsewhere, Scanlon scrutinizes the sudden death of a friend.
3.14: We Had A Dream
A battle of good and evil plays out when a serial killer who shares Allison’s psychic gifts escapes from prison and seeks revenge against Allison, who helped put him behind bars a year earlier.
3.15: Boy Next Door
TEENAGE ALLISON AND PRESENT-DAY ALLISON’S CONTACT WITH “THE BOY NEXT DOOR” HELP HER PIECE TOGETHER A CRIME INVOLVING A YOUNG GIRL — Allison wakes up as her teenaged self, living with her mother and struggling with her ability. Teenage Allison dreams of her future self and life with her family, and particularly a meeting with the “boy next door ”, which helps her solve a present-day crime involving a young girl.
3.16: Whatever Possessed You
THERE ARE NO SUCH THINGS AS “DEMONS,” RIGHT? — Allison has disturbing dreams about a young woman who seems to be “possessed,” which could help Devalos investigate the death of a close friend. Joe decides to speak with his boss about leading the company’s next big project.
3.17: Joe Day Afternoon
Time is of the essence when a disgruntled worker with nothing to lose takes Joe and three others hostage. Allison and Ariel are plagued by an overwhelming feeling of dread, as police mobilize to bring the hostage situation to an end.
Allison investigates the case a woman’s murdered husband. Meanwhile, her brother Michael gets a job as a telephone hotline psychic which leads him to visit a distressed customer in Arizona – the same customer whose case Allison is investigating.
3.19: No One to Watch Over Me
BRR IT’S COLD OUT THERE– Allison keeps awaking from confusing dreams where she is out in the snow, which leads to the discovery of a young woman’s body. Meanwhile, Joe, who’s still coping with the repercussions of the shooting at work returns to the office for the first time since the tragedy.
3.20: Head Games
PUZZLED THAT HER DREAMS ABOUT A MURDER CONTINUE EVEN AFTER THE SUSPECT GOES ON TRIAL, ALLISON IS UNABLE TO TURN TO HER TROUBLED HUSBAND JOE FOR ADVICE – After helping Devalos convince the jury of a suspected killer’s guilt in the murder of his wife, Allison’s dreams of the gruesome crime continue. Pushing aside her confusion, Allison makes a new friend, Debra. Meanwhile, still deeply affected by a recent murder/hostage situation at work, Joe is unable to express his feelings to Allison, including his annoyance at the therapy sessions prescribed by the company.
3.21: Heads Will Roll
The investigation of the murder of Walter Paxton’s wife continues, as it is now determined that a serial killer is on the loose. While helping Devalos and Scanlon with the case, Allison discovers that her new friend Debra is the next victim. Allison goes to great lengths to protect Debra, but it shocked to find that her new friend isn’t who she thought she was. Meanwhile, Joe debates being part of a lawsuit against Aerodytech, the company he’s been loyal to for years.
3.22: Everything Comes To A Head
In the third season finale, Allison’s life, along with the lives of her family, is uprooted as her psychic abilities are revealed to the public. Allison must now find a way to catch the “recapitator” serial killer on her own, as she can no longer turn to Devalos or Scanlon for help.