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  • The whole show deals with the paranormal and the bizarre, but I think this episode has done an extra good job at weirding me out

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      Medium Season 4 Episode 15- Being Joey Carmichael

      This was another spooky and bizarre episode of Medium. It was intentionally confusing and strange. The whole show deals with the paranormal and the bizarre, but I think this episode has done an extra good job


      at weirding me out. Usually we do not get to see the spirits or the entities when they try to communicate with Alison and get her to help her, but in this case we actually get to see the entity and even have it interact and explain everything to Alison.

      While trying to figure out who is responsible for the killing of a known drug dealer, Alison seems to get her messages all confused. In her mind she sees the man who had done it, only ...


      • Medium Season 4 Episode 15- Being Joey Carmichael
      to find out in reality that the man she saw is a mentally challenged man suffering the effect of a bullet shot into his head. He did not have the physical ability to commit the murder as he did not have a full
      use of his hand. Later on she discovers that this man had a twin brother who pretends to be alive, but really is dead.

      Joe’s partnership with the businesswoman lady falls apart. Meghan tries to apologize for coming onto him, but does not seem sincere.




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