Medium Season 2 Episode 4- Light Sleeper  » TV  »
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  • It was a really interesting episode, although not the best of the show

    • by Tanya

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      Just as it always does, the episode starts with Allison sleeping, well sort of, in this episode not only is she sleeping, but she is actually sleep walking. She stands in the middle of a busy road in her night gown, screaming at the passing cars that she needs money or cash. She only wakes up when her husband Joe slaps her in

      an attempt to bring her to her senses. Worried, he takes her to the doctor who gives her some sleeping pills. But that does not ease Joe’s mind he is still worried and is right to do so. This is not the end of it, Allison keeps walking in her sleep and withdraws money from the bank account, keeps on looking for money ...

      • in her own house.

        Without realizing that, she is actually on her way to solve a case of an abduction of a little boy by his millionaire father. Or so the mother of the child and his partner believe.

        Allison’s daughter Ariel is seeking independence by demanding to walk home from school and shows the first signs of growing up. Allison has to deal

        with her family life as well.

        It was a really interesting episode, although not the best of the show. I really liked the acting in this episode- it really showcased the talent of the actors in the show as they had to act in an untypical situation. Jake Weber was really really great in letting Joe’s emotions out and not underreacting as he usually does.

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