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> Season 1

1. Wheel of Fortune  ( June 16, 2002)

Johnny Smith awakes from his 6 year come, after a near-fatal car accident put him there. Everything has changed: Sarah is now is married to someone else, local sheriff Walt Bannerman; the child they are raising is actually Johnny's son and knows nothing about his real father; and Johnny's mother Vera has passed away, leaving Johnny's finances under the thumb of Reverend Purdy, an influential religious leader who is also his mother's former lover. But, most importantly, Johnny himself has changed: he now finds himself with the gift (or curse) of second sight. Before he even leaves the hospital, he helps save the life of a nurse's daughter after having a miraculous vision, in which he sees the young girl trapped in the middle of a raging house fire. He also helps his Vietnamese doctor reunite with the mother he thought was killed during the fall of Saigon, and now must prevent a local serial killer from striking again. Now Johnny is faced with the daunting task of coming to grips with his new powers - and navigating his way through his new life.
 

2. What It Seems  ( June 23, 2002)

Following Johnny's terrifying vision of Allison (Emily Holmes), Johnny and Bruce rush over to the young nurse's home, afraid she has already been murdered. But when the two break in to investigate, Allison is gone and there is no sign of a struggle. At the county sheriff's office, Deputy Frank Dodd reluctantly takes a report from Johnny. Learning that Allison has only been missing for a few hours, Dodd grows suspicious when Johnny insists she may already be dead. Bruce reveals that Johnny has powerful psychic visions that have actually saved lives, and he urges them to listen. He listens with undisguised skepticism as Johnny describes his vision of Allison. Still skeptical about Johnny's powers, Walt visits Dr. Tran, who verifies that Johnny's unique psychic abilities should be taken seriously. Sarah arrives at the sheriff's office for a lunch date with Walt and insists that Johnny join them. During the awkward meal, Johnny gets a flash and is able to prevent a serious accident between a rambunctious young boy and a passing waitress. Meanwhile, Dana files an embarrassing story, prompting Purdy's lawyer to suggest having Johnny declared incompetent to handle his own financial affairs.
 

3. Quality of Life  ( June 30, 2002)

Johnny returns to his old school as a substitute teacher and as a hockey coach. During practice, Johnny has a vision inside a player's heart that indicates he may have a serious heart condition. However, there is no medical evidence to support him. Johnny's vision of Todd, and his previous publicity, cause an outcry by the parents who demand that Johnny be fired.
 

4. Enigma  ( July 7, 2002)

In helping an old man find his long lost love, Johnny himself falls in love with the woman through visions he has of her in her youth. At a local restaurant, Johnny is suddenly overcome with a vision when his date Chandra, a friend of Sarah's, touches his hand. Disturbed by what he sees, Johnny pulls his hand away and the vision abruptly ends. That evening, Johnny sorts through a shoebox of old mementos Arthur has given him. As he studies a photo of Arthur's long lost love, Abby Travers (Elizabeth Bennett), he realizes that she is, in fact, the beautiful young woman he saw in his vision. Picking up a silver cigarette lighter from the box, Johnny flashes back in time and finds himself at New York's Stage Door Canteen in 1945. In the vision, he becomes Tommy, a close friend of young Arthur, then known as Artie.
 

5. Unreasonable Doubt  ( July 14, 2002)

Johnny is summoned to jury duty on a murder trial that involves a street ganger who murdered a store owner. Johnny starts to get visions which lead him to believe the accused is innocent. He is the only not-guilty vote initially and manages to convince the jury over as he looks for evidence that supports his visions. Finding the necessary evidence and using his psychic insights of the past lives of some of the jurors, he eventually manages to sway them over to his side.
 

6. The House  ( July 21, 2002)

Johnny moves into his new house and starts having visions of a tub filled with blood. He also sees visions of his dead mother, and comes to believe that Rev. Purdy killed his mother. The facts seem to suggest that Purdy did indeed engage in a cover-up concerning the death of Johnny's mother. In a final confrontation Johnny touches Purdy and gains a vision of Purdy finding Johnny's mother dead by suicide. Realizing what the death of a child can drive a parent to do, he goes to the aid of a local neighbor girl whose brother died on a military mission and whose mother is preparing to kill herself.
 

7. Enemy Mind  ( July 28, 2002)

While helping to track down a runaway, Jill, who is involved with drugs, Johnny is exposed to a drug that causes him to start getting weird (weirder than usual) visions. He insists on trying to find Jill, despite the concerns of Bruce and Sarah. Confusing matters further is that Jill's boyfriend is in trouble with his supplier. The boyfriend gets killed and Jill and Johnny go on the run. In the final showdown, Johnny manages to fight past his hallucinations and knock the drug dealer off a high ledge, while Jill is reunited with her mother.
 

8. Netherworld  ( August 4, 2002)

Struck with a vision of a fiery explosion, Johnny must distinguish between his dream world and reality in order to prevent a disaster. A confused Johnny awakens one morning to hear Sarah calling him to breakfast. Reaching for his cane that isn't in its usual place, Johnny scans the room, which is decorated with a distinctly feminine touch and sees that he hasn't been sleeping alone. Puzzled, Johnny pushes himself to his feet and prepares to take an agonizing step, but realizes that the severe pain in his leg has miraculously vanished. Moving across the room, he is surprised by little Johnny (Dominic Louis) who says, "Morning, Dad," on his way downstairs.
 

9. The Siege  ( August 11, 2002)

Conrad Hurley, a disgruntled electrician fired by the town council, goes into the bank with a shotgun and a revolver, tries to rob it, and takes everyone present (including Sara) hostage. Waiting outside for Sara, Johnny gets a vision of a future massacre and goes in to try to alter the future he perceives. Guided by his visions and scrambling wildly to adapt to the altering futures he keeps seeing in which he dies, Sara dies, Conrad dies, and/or everyone dies each time he changes something, Johnny soon becomes Conrad's unlikely ally. Finally Johnny manages to earn Conrad's trust and manage to talk him into releasing the hostages and giving himself up.
 

10. Here There Be Monsters  ( August 18, 2002)

Johnny and Bruce drive into the small town of Hobb's Landing where Johnny gets a vision of himself being burned at the stake. He goes to the police and has a vision of the murder of a local girl. The police hold him on charges of witchcraft on which he sent to trial. Bruce calls Dana who comes to help out. While testifying to his abilities Johnny gains a vision of the girl still alive and on a boat. Johnny is cleared of the charges but the townspeople form a mob to burn him. Dana and the town sheriff find the girl, who killed her crazy mother when she was doing some kind of satanic ritual and whose father hid her away. Johnny is rescued just in time.
 

11. Dinner with Dana  ( August 25, 2002)

A jealous ex-lover stalks Dana as her affair with Johnny heats up. Dana Bright is getting dressed for a date when she suddenly realizes the music coming from her living room stereo has changed. Moving downstairs, she is temporarily blinded by the flash of a camera, and is startled when she sees that the photographer is her ex-boyfriend Max Cassidy. After collecting herself, she heads over to Johnny's house for a "pretend" dinner date which they have planned as the basis of a story Dana is writing on Johnny. Arriving to find Johnny preparing a wonderful meal, she hands him a bottle of wine she has brought, and as his hand touches the glass, he is struck by a vision of the two of them making passionate love in his bedroom.
 

12. Shaman  ( September 8, 2002)

While traveling out in the wilderness with Bruce, Johnny is plagued by visions of a meteor hitting a mountain and people vanishing. he's unable to direct an astronomer to find the meteorite so he goes out into the wilderness and injures his leg. Taking refuge in a cave, Johnny picks up an antler fragment and has a vision of an injured Indian shaman in the past...who can see Johnny as well! They soon establish a rough communication - the shaman also suffered a head injury that gave him a "dead zone". Johnny realizes the shaman will die during a meteorite strike and the people he saw vanishing are the man's descendents - Johnny manages to warn him to get him and his community clear of the blast radius in the past, and helps Johnny hold out long enough for Walt's rescue party to find him.
 

13. Destiny  ( September 15, 2002)

In the past Johnny Smith as a child and Greg Stilson, the son of a Bible salesman, briefly meet and Johnny has a future vision of danger. In the present Johnny has a vision of a restaurant graduation party tragedy and warns his employer, the father of a student. Stilson, now a Senatorial candidate being backed by Rev. Purdy, comes to town after the tragedy and Johnny gets visions of catastrophe in Stilson's wake. Johnny and Sara get together while in flashback we see how Stilson has been a total bastard all of his life, and that Johnny came out of his coma just as Stilson was sworn in as state representative. When they meet at a rally Johnny shakes Stilson's hand and sees him as the source of catastrophe - Washington D.C. devastated by a nuclear holocaust.
 


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