Medium (2005–2011)

The Whole Truth 

Allison tries to rescue a boy that she sees in her dreams, while she also tries to find out about the circumstances of an assemblyman's recent death. The two issues turn out to be related.


Leslie Libman


Glenn Gordon Caron (created by), Diane Ademu-John


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Episode cast overview:
Patricia Arquette ... Allison Dubois
Miguel Sandoval ... D.A. Manuel Devalos
David Cubitt ... Detective Lee Scanlon
Sofia Vassilieva ... Ariel Dubois (credit only)
Maria Lark ... Bridgette Dubois (credit only)
Jake Weber ... Joe Dubois
Chris Messina ... Casey Edward Frank
Paul Perri Paul Perri ... Assemblyman Henry Rykoff
Ruth Williamson ... Mrs. Rykoff
BJ Wallace BJ Wallace ... Jamison Nessler
Christian Alexander ... Young Casey Edward Frank (as Christian Ivanov)
Albert Malafronte ... Lawyer
Dan Snook Dan Snook ... Police Officer
Ryan Shively ... Lead Park Ranger
Sarah Scott ... Woman's Voice - Internet Girl


The DA asks Allison to accompany him when a local State politician has died. The paramedics call in the police when there are clear indications of strangulation. The dead man's widow admits that she found him hanging in the study in a position that was clearly meant to cause embarrassment. Allison has a dream of the killing but also of a young boy trapped in what appears to be a cave. Turns out the boy died over 15 years ago. She now has to figure out the connection between the two. Written by garykmcd

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Release Date:

17 January 2007 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


When Allison is taking a shower in the beginning, she turns off the shower when she hears screams and there is still shampoo suds in her hair and her hair is messy. When Joe opens the shower curtain and sees Allison from the front, there are no suds in her hair, and it isn't messy anymore. When the camera goes back to behind her, the suds and messy hair are back. See more »


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Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards
Performed by The Rolling Stones
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