Medium (season 2)

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Medium (season 2)
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Region 1 DVD cover art
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 22
Release
Original channel NBC
Original release September 19, 2005 (2005-09-19) – May 22, 2006 (2006-05-22)
Season chronology
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List of Medium episodes

The second season of Medium, an American television series, began September 19, 2005, and ended on May 22, 2006. It aired on NBC. Starting this season, David Cubitt joined the main cast.

Cast and characters[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Recurring cast[edit]

Episode list[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
17 1 "When Push Comes to Shove (Part II)" Aaron Lipstadt Glenn Gordon Caron September 19, 2005 (2005-09-19) 12.69[1]
With Captain Push still in a coma, it seems as though his plan has failed unless Allison can receive his message.
18 2 "The Song Remains the Same" Vincent Misiano Bruce Miller September 26, 2005 (2005-09-26) 13.24[2]
A deafening continuous stream of "I Will Survive" in Allison's head and a lost MP3 player are the starting point to a case of a missing college girl.
19 3 "Time Out of Mind" Arliss Howard Robert Doherty October 3, 2005 (2005-10-03) 12.89[3]
Allison gets stuck in a dream loop, where she is a mental patient undergoing barbaric experimental treatment. When she investigates she finds that, in 1959, there was a patient called Beverley who claimed she was really Allison DuBois living in 2005. Allison has to work out why she is dreaming about Beverley and what it has to do with the schizophrenic murderer she and the DA are prosecuting.
20 4 "Light Sleeper" Elodie Keene Peter Egan October 10, 2005 (2005-10-10) 12.68[4]
Allison is sleepwalking, her dreams are forcing her to go and find money. Her sleepwalking is not only frightening her family, but it is also getting in the way of an investigation into the disappearance of a businessman and his young son.
21 5 "Sweet Dreams" Aaron Lipstadt Moira Kirland October 17, 2005 (2005-10-17) 11.94[5]
Allison has flashbacks to her high school years, when the ghost of an old man warned her not to let her best friend leave to follow her dreams of being a model. Allison must connect the flashbacks to the kidnapping of the 'difficult' daughter of one of Devalos' friends, a pornographic video and 4 liters of blood in a car.
22 6 "Dead Aim" Richard Pearce Melinda Hsu October 24, 2005 (2005-10-24) 12.76[6]
A recurring dream of the DA's office staff being slaughtered makes Allison very jumpy at work, which doesn't help when Watt brings in a rival psychic to help defend his client. Meanwhile, for Joe, taking Bridget to work with him turns out to be not all fun and crayons.
23 7 "Judge, Jury & Executioner" Peter Werner Bruce Miller November 7, 2005 (2005-11-07) 11.61[7]
Joe gets called to jury duty, but Allison cannot share her dreams with Joe. Devalos tells her to stay away from the case. The man is found not guilty even though Allison dreams how he killed his wife.
24 8 "Too Close to Call" Steven Robman René Echevarria November 14, 2005 (2005-11-14) 12.53[8]
A flame from Joe's past emerges. Allison gets mixed up and has dreams from Joe's past. The DA is running for re-election. Allison dreams that a murder will ruin his chances.
25 9 "Still Life" Robert Duncan McNeill Craig Sweeny November 21, 2005 (2005-11-21) 13.41[9]
Allison has a recurring dream about Gloria Soto being stabbed, which leads her to an investigation concluding that Gloria was stabbed in order to hide the secret of someone close to her. This episode is partly in Anaglyph 3D
26 10 "The Reckoning" Aaron Lipstadt Moira Kirland November 28, 2005 (2005-11-28) 12.23[10]
A woman is killed, and she wants her hit-and-run killers to own up so she can pass on; Ariel tries to make friends.
27 11 "Method to His Madness" Peter Werner Robert Doherty January 2, 2006 (2006-01-02) 13.58[11]
A dead man's ego disrupts Allison's life when his "reputation" is on the line. The dead serial killer makes Allison see how he would have chosen victims. She realizes that someone else killed the last victim.
28 12 "Doctor's Orders" Helen Shaver René Echevarria January 9, 2006 (2006-01-09) 11.39[12]
Allison is arrested for assault; she begins to dream of Dr. Charles Walker mentoring doctors to murder again. The episode is a continuation of the first season episode, "Penny for Your Thoughts".
29 13 "Raising Cain" Ed Sherin Craig Sweeny January 23, 2006 (2006-01-23) 11.44[13]
Allison dreams about the future of a little boy whose mother tries to kill him. The mother is convinced the boy is evil. The boy seems to have a future as either a killer or a good person. Ariel gets her own bedroom.
30 14 "A Changed Man" Lewis H. Gould Bruce Miller February 6, 2006 (2006-02-06) 12.04[14]
Allison slips and has trouble remembering; a possibility is revealed as to how Allison sees what she sees. A man who has lost his memory may have been a prostitute murderer in the past.
31 15 "Sweet Child O' Mine" Perry Lang Moira Kirland February 27, 2006 (2006-02-27) 10.43[15]
On the anniversary of Allison's miscarriage of her son, she investigates the death of a woman who worked in a coffee shop, and the prime suspect is a young man who reminds Allison of her lost child. Bridget finds a sick dog that is dying.
32 16 "Allison Wonderland" Ronald L. Schwary Bernadette McNamara & Michael T. Moore March 6, 2006 (2006-03-06) 10.67[16]
Bridget writes a story after her she hears the last of her favorite stories. Allison helps get justice for a man who died mysteriously while seemingly trying to "complete a mission" for someone.
33 17 "Lucky in Love" David Jones Robert Doherty March 13, 2006 (2006-03-13) 10.30[17]
Allison dreams her brother is involved in a bank robbery, then is worried when he comes to visit. Then he gets involved with a woman who may have been involved somehow in a real robbery.
34 18 "S.O.S." Tim Squyres Rob Pearlstein April 17, 2006 (2006-04-17) 10.76[18]
Allison's secret is almost revealed when she tries to help catch a serial rapist/murderer. Bridget wonders what her mom really does at the DA.
35 19 "Knowing Her" David Paymer Glenn Gordon Caron April 24, 2006 (2006-04-24) 9.76[19]
Allison is puzzled by dreams of Detective Scanlon doing drugs on the eve of his wedding. A woman who belongs to a drug dealer family comes to Lee looking for information about her dead "drug mules." Ariel is doubtful when her essay is chosen as the "winner" of a contest while another student's essay seemed much better.
36 20 "The Darkness Is Light Enough" Aaron Lipstadt Ken Kelsch & Nicolas Wauters & Analisa Brouet May 1, 2006 (2006-05-01) 10.16[20]
Allison dreams of a woman being visited in the night by a man who steals a kiss. She discovers a connection between the dream and an innocent man who is in jail for a murder someone else committed.
37 21 "Death Takes a Policy" Ed Sherin Diane Ademu-John May 8, 2006 (2006-05-08) 11.44[21]
Allison is plagued by dreams of her own demise, with an enigmatic man of whom she thinks as the Angel of Death (Kelsey Grammer). While helping the DA investigate the murder of a doctor, Allison discovers who the "Angel of Death" really is.
38 22 "Twice Upon a Time" Ronald L. Schwary René Echevarria May 22, 2006 (2006-05-22) 10.04[22]
Distressed from work, Allison falls asleep and dreams of a whole new life in which she is a successful attorney. But in her new life, she still has psychic visions which her new "husband" dismisses.

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