Medium 7 Seasons 2007

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12. The One Behind The Wheel TV-14 CC

When Allison's dream seems to foretell Marie's death, she will stop at nothing - including selling the house - to change the future.

Starring:
Patricia Arquette, Miguel Sandoval
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
February 14, 2007

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The One Behind The Wheel

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Season 3
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    1. Four Dreams (Part 1) When a series of brutal home invasions hit the Phoenix area, Allison hopes the dreams her and Bridgette are having will help end the executions of the innocent families.

    TV-14 44min November 15, 2006
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    2. Four Dreams (Part 2) When a series of brutal home invasions hit the Phoenix area, Allison hopes the dreams her and Bridgette are having will help end the executions of the innocent families.

    TV-14 42min November 15, 2006
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    3. Be Kind, Rewind Allison relives the same horrific day over and over again in her dreams.

    TV-14 44min November 22, 2006
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    4. Blood Relation Allison fears that Dr. Charles Walker a psychotic killer from the 1800's is back.

    TV-14 43min November 29, 2006
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    5. Ghost In The Machine Allison uncovers clues to a mysterious homicide through the lens of a videocamera.

    TV-14 43min December 6, 2006
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    6. Profilers In Terror When a young woman is found dead in a park Allison believes she may have been another victim of the notorious Suitecase Killer.

    TV-14 43min December 13, 2006
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    7. Mother's Little Helper Allison and Ariel are starting to have dreams about a crime. They are dreaming about it from different perspectives, which reveals two suspects.

    TV-14 42min January 3, 2007
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    8. The Whole Truth When a prominent Arizona citizen is found dead by his wife, Allison is suspicious that he was murdered.

    TV-14 43min January 17, 2007
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    9. Better Off Dead Allison's attempts to help two ghosts who've bonded over their respective murders is somewhat hampered by one who's left a sizable inheritance to a woman he barely knew.

    TV-14 42min January 24, 2007
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    10. Very Merry Maggie Allison becomes spooked by a young boy's doll.

    TV-14 44min January 31, 2007
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    11. Apocalypse, Push Arliss Howard reprises his role as Texas Ranger, Captain Kenneth Push, who returns to Allison's life when he experiences unnerving visions about a Phoenix-based slaying. Meanwhile, Joe tells a little white lie---and suffers the consequences.

    TV-14 43min February 7, 2007
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    12. The One Behind The Wheel When Allison's dream seems to foretell Marie's death, she will stop at nothing - including selling the house - to change the future.

    TV-14 44min February 14, 2007
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    13. Second Opinion After a dream, Allison faces a horrible question - What would you do if you learned that your 2 year-old daughter was going to die of leukemia in 20 years?

    TV-14 43min February 21, 2007
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    14. We Had A Dream Sonny Troyer is back, but what's even more frightening is he's learned how to manipulate Allison to his own evil ends

    TV-14 43min February 28, 2007
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    15. The Boy Next Door Allison wakes up as herself during her teenage years, living with her mother and struggling with her psychic abilities.

    TV-14 43min March 7, 2007
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    16. Whatever Possessed You Allison's disturbing dreams about a young woman who may be "possessed," helps Devalos investigation with the death of a close friend.

    TV-14 42min March 28, 2007
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    17. Joe Day Afternoon Upon waking, Allison and Ariel share an uneasy feeling about the day to come, but both are caught by surprise when Joe's disgruntled co-worker Bruce Rossiter arrives at the office, kills a colleague and forces Joe and his officemates into a dangerous, high-stakes hostage situation for surprising reasons,

    TV-14 43min April 4, 2007
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    18. 1-900-Lucky Allison's brother, a phone-hotline psychic, helps a person whose husband was killed.

    TV-14 43min April 11, 2007
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    19. No One To Watch Over Me Allison keeps awaking from a confusing dream where she is out in the snow, and discovers a young woman's body.

    TV-14 44min April 25, 2007
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    20. Head Games Allison is involved in a murder trial, but things go terribly wrong when another body is found, Joe begins seeing a therapist, and a young woman asks Allison for confidences.

    TV-14 44min May 2, 2007
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    21. Heads Will Roll Devalos deals with the aftermath of the case, Joe is approached by a lawyer, and Allison makes the decision to confide in Debra.

    TV-14 43min May 9, 2007
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    22. Everything Comes To A Head Allison's life is turned upside down when her psychic powers are revealed to the public.

    TV-14 45min May 16, 2007

Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Drama, Thriller, Mystery
Director Leon Ichaso
Starring Patricia Arquette, Miguel Sandoval
Supporting actors David Cubitt, Sofia Vassilieva, Maria Lark, Jake Weber, Jessica Lundy, George Newbern, Christopher Fairbanks, Ana Mercedes, Donna Pieroni, Miranda Carabello, Kimberly Evan
Season year 2007
Network Paramount Network Television
Executive Producer Diane Ademu-John
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Mel Odom TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 5, 2007
Format: DVD
After a successful first year staring in January 2005, MEDIUM is now in its fourth year of interviewing ghosts and tracking down their killers. It will return in January 2008. When I first saw the trailers for the show, I didn't know if I would be all that interested. After all, the concept of a psychic solving crimes isn't new and has been often times been nearly run into the ground by movies, books, and television episodes of characters that get haunted by apparitions.

But "Do you believe in ghosts?" seems to be a popular perennial topic. People love arguing over the afterlife and what shape it will take. Interestingly enough, at the same time MEDIUM was airing, GHOST WHISPERER was already in development at another network. GHOST WHISPERER focuses more on relationship-driven plots, but does occasionally deal with crime victims.

From the very beginning, though, MEDIUM was all about the crimes. Think of it as CSI with ghosts. Court TV also offers PSYCHIC DETECTIVES, a reality-based recreation of criminal cases that were solved, or at least investigated, by real psychics. There is plenty of interest in the subject, and the market doesn't appear to be nearing saturation yet.

In fact, the show is based - somewhat - on the real life of Allison DuBois, a practicing psychic who once interned at the district attorney's office in Glendale, Arizona. The character Allison DuBois, portrayed so charmingly by Patricia Arquette, is also a wife and mother of three daughters. Haunted by her dreams and contacts with the afterlife, Allison is drawn to solving crimes. In the opening season, she was met with staunch resistance but eventually won a position in the district attorney's office.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By G. E. Williams VINE VOICE on August 7, 2007
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This season (3) the plot-lines become more intense, and the characters are more developed. Finally, I can feel a connection for Mr. Dubois, who is now a fleshed out and sympathetic character, as he deals with a difficult trauma in the story, and Allison, deals with her (and her D.A. boss') worst fear.

This is very good TV, well acted and well written, but as always, not a kid friendly show, but good for a late night scare!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Michael Anderson on October 18, 2007
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Great season, great season finale 3 parter eps. Patricia Arquette was nom's for an Emmy, SAG, and Golden Globe this year...the reasons are all evident in this series. She should bve winning MORE awards for her honest portlayal.
But this set, great show!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By John Buford on October 18, 2007
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I started watching Medium during the first season, and have followed it all the way to the present. I LOVE THIS SHOW! It's intriguing and suspenseful, and everything a well thought out drama should be. I have always loved detective and supernatural fiction whether in paper or television format, and I think that this show continues to bring a perfect blend of these two elements into its current season. I look forward to seeing more seasons in the future from this wonderful and intelligent show.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lee Armstrong HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 30, 2008
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The 22 episodes in the Season 3 DVD of "Medium" are incredibly written tight dramas that show how commercial television touch TV art. In short, "Medium" is the only show on television this year that I HAVE to watch. The formula is so exquisitely balanced between the paranormal aspect of Allison and her children's dreams, the crime dramas of Allison's job, and the balance of family. The writing on Season 3 maintains consistent quality. The regular cast and the impressive players in the episodes are excellent.

Patricia Arquette is breathtaking to watch. The scene in "Be Kind, Rewind" where she wakes up in a hospital bed to make a gruesome discovery sets the hair standing on end on my arms. In "The One Behind the Wheel" Arquette takes on a different character of Sandra and totally plays the differences with astounding concentration.

Jake Weber's character endures a violent encounter in "Joe Day Afternoon" in an apparent homage to "Dog Day Afternoon." Weber's character stews in his subsequent depression to create a well-stirred sauce of self-pity and very real demands on his household.

Ariel played by now teen heartthrob Sofia Vassilieva has a great episode in a homage to the film "Carrie" where we see the same vat of blood poured upon her head. Maria Lark as Bridget is hysterical in the gag real as she pronounces her math teacher's name about 50 different ways.

The themes this season are also extremely heady. In "Second Opinion" we see the fears of families facing leukemia. In "The Boy Next Door," "Very Merry Maggie," and "The Whole Truth" we face predators & child abuse.

Neve Campbell's portrayal of the reporter who befriends and betrays Allison turned my stomach with such a brazen but reasonable character.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By R. Kobayashi on December 5, 2007
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I am a recent widow and this show filled empty hands with comfort.
Since season 1, my favorite Joe's appearance became increased and Alison getting chubby.
This is the great marketing by production because most house wives are far from "Desperate house wives" beauty but they (include me) need husband like Joe.
He listens to wife, took care of their kids, has lot of hair, even he makes coffee for them and gives good night kisses for kids!! What a perfect husband he is!
My favorite program was "Valentine's day" (am I correct?). Alison was someone's personality but Joe escorted (follow) wherever she goes. That theme music and Joe's sorry face was in my head for a whole and constantly made me cry at work. Gush!
I'll guarantee you you'll stock this show if you are 30 something or up. No offence, but don't waste your time at "Ghost wispier" like as I used to.
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