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Episode 6.01 : Deja Vu All Over Again

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TV Info


Episode Premiere

September 25, 2009

Distributor

CBS, NBC

Genre

Drama

Show Period

2005 - 2011

Production Company

Picturemaker, Grammnet, Paramount Network

Cast and Crew


Director

Aaron Lipstadt

Screenwriter

Craig Sweeny, Robert Doherty

Main Cast


Additional Cast

  • Natalie Zea
  • Pruitt Taylor Vince
  • J.C. Mackenzie
  • Ben Bode
  • Deirdre Lovejoy
  • Joshua Rush

Synopsis


It's been three and a half months since Allison's surgery to remove her brain tumor. She's recovering fine with added help from Joe, who's quit his job and become caretaker of the house. Allison hasn't had any visions or dreams since she fell into the coma, just like she predicted. She goes to DA Devalos to ask him for a job, telling him that before she fell into a coma, she had a dream that she no longer "saw" things but went to him for help. He agrees to hire her and they immediately meet with a tv news producer who's sportscaster is being stalked by a rabid fan. Incidentally, the anchor is also his wife. While Allison is watching all of this she begins experiencing flickers in time, as if periods of time are repeating themselves on a loop, like a broken record. She talk to Joe about this and he’s concerned about her and about her going back to work. When Scanlon and Allison confront the stalker, he tells them he's having a consensual affair with the sportscaster. It all seems very unlikely to both Allison and Scanlon because the guy is huge. Allison continues to have these visual flickers and has one where she sees the woman stabbed with her tv news producer husband dead, next to her. All of these things come true and the police give chase to the stalker and gun him down. Finally, a dream comes to Allison where she sees the woman actually set the entire thing up, using the fact she had a delirious fan to her advantage and actually killed her husband herself. She goes to Devalos with all of this but they have no proof. Joe goes to Marie's class during career day and has a crisis of conscience when he's asked what happens if he never comes up with another idea. He debates going back to the working world.

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