04.01: And Then
Little Ben Goldman’s eyes widen as his father drags him through a toy store while yakking on his cell phone. A client pulls Ben’s father into a phone conference, and when Ben pulls away to check out a marionette, his father lets go of his hand. A guy with a green denim jacket walks out with the marionette and Ben follows. Realizing Ben’s gone, his father searches frantically. When Allison wakes up from this dream, Joe asks if she wants to call someone, but there’s no one to call.
04.02: But for the Grace of God
A dead buck lies next to an overturned car, containing an unseen young blond, who struggles to reach a cell phone while bleeding. Allison wakes up from her dream, but there’s nothing she can do, unable to identify the car or the girl. Joe wants to know why Cynthia Keener is paying Allison $800 per week instead of Ameritips. She explains that it’s supposed to be secret; maybe Cynthia wants a leg up in her job.
04.03: To Have and to Hold
An upset woman, Melissa is alone in a Paris hotel room. Her husband Kent returns with aspirin, but she pulls away. He hoped springtime in Paris in the same hotel room as their honeymoon would put Melissa in a good mood, and decides to try some wine. After a toast, Melissa’s glass falls to the floor. When Kent bends to clean it up, she stabs him in the hand with the corkscrew. Allison bolts awake.
04.04: Do You Hear What I Hear?
A 12-year-old girl and her cat watch Godzilla. The cat responds to the sound of glass breaking, but the girl, obviously deaf, responds to the cat, getting up to investigate. The window on the kitchen door is broken, and two masked men enter as the girl screams. Allison wakes up, shocked to find she is deaf. Joe gets on the phone right away, setting up an appointment to see a specialist in the morning.
04.05: Girls Ain’t Nothing But Trouble
Allison’s dream takes the form of a silent movie. She’s bankrupt, and doesn’t have food to feed the kids. She tells them that everything will be okay, just as DA Van Dyke appears to demand the mortgage payment – it’s pay now or leave. Help arrives in the form of Larry Watt, who throws a pile of money at Van Dyke. Allison does a victory dance with Watt, as Bridgette kicks Van Dyke in the keister. When Allison wakes up, Joe’s not there.
A young scruffy guy with a flaming eight-ball tattoo enjoys a sumptuous meal at a long table in a fine home. He thanks his host, marveling at the most delicious food he’s ever tasted, and repeatedly asks what he’s eating. Finally, the host admits, the secret ingredient is human flesh – the scruffy guy is eating his own right leg! Allison wakes up.
04.07: Burn Baby Burn (Part 1)
Ariel is at school where she sees a young man waving to a woman on the street. The woman picks up a gasoline container, pours it on herself and then lights herself on fire. Just then Ariel awakes from a dream. In Allison’s dream, Joe is out hitting golf balls at the driving range with his father. His father tells him to take a vacation and go away for a few days to avoid a visit from his mother.
04.08: Burn Baby Burn (Part 2)
After Allison speaks to Joe’s mother and learns of her illness, she returns to bed and keeps her promise to not discuss it. In another dream, Allison sees the prostitute and dentist again, confirming the extensive dental work he performed.
04.09: Wicked Game (Part 1)
In a thunderstorm, a young woman is peering under the hood of her car, talking to her mother on her cell phone. She hopes she can use her mom’s AAA number, but gets a lecture instead. Annoyed, she hangs up after spying a guy with a pick-up. He’s a little odd, refusing to answer her questions, but he jumps her car and gets it started. The man asks her to roll down her window and punches her unconscious. Cynthia wakes up gasping for Susie. Allison wakes up and puts it all together.
04.10: Wicked Game (Part 2)
A shocking and brutal conclusion awaits Allison and Cynthia as they delve into the decade-old case of the kidnapping and murder of Cynthia’s daughter. Meanwhile, Joe tries to get funding for a new invention and Bridgette predicts good fortunes for her dad.
04.11: Lady Killers
As Allison teams up with Scanlon to track down the dangerous “cougar” they believe is responsible for the murders of young men, she also has visions that Devalos’ campaign is in jeopardy, with someone plotting against him.
04.12: Partners in Crime
When Joe presents his new solar power-based invention to an investment firm, he piques the interest of venture capitalist Meghan Doyle. Meanwhile, FBI profiler agent Edward Cooper claims his return to Phoenix is to track down another serial killer, but Allison’s dreams tell her otherwise.
04.13: A Cure for What Ails You
Allison’s health is jeopardized when she tries to understand the link between several accidental deaths. Complicating matters: She has chilling visions of a hospital visit. In domestic developments, young Marie sees a need for glasses.
04.14: Car Trouble
Joe surprises Allison by buying her a used car, but Allison’s subsequent visions warn of the vehicle’s unsavory past. Meanwhile, Allison grows unsettled upon meeting Joe’s sightly business partner, venture capitalist Meghan Doyle.
04.15: Being Joey Carmichael
Allison has dreams that help Scanlon in his search to find out who killed a wealthy local drug dealer. Allison and Scanlon are dumbfounded when Allison’s dreams lead them to a severely impaired man with a bullet stuck in his brain. Meanwhile, Joe’s partnership with Meghan Doyle is put in jeopardy.
04.16: Drowned World
In the fourth season finale, Allison tries to help a young couple who thinks their house is haunted, but her efforts result in murder. Meanwhile, Meghan Doyle tries to sell her controlling interest in Joe’s invention and Joe tries to save his own stake in it. Also, the election between Devalos and Tom Van Dyke takes place.