After a somewhat ho-hum start to its sixth season - and a move to a new night and network (Fridays on CBS) - Medium has gotten back on stride, and last night's The Future's So Bright found the procedurals-are-better-with-psychics drama back at its creepy, inventive best. The episode followed Patricia Arquette's Allison after she borrowed a pair of sunglasses from the department's lost-and-found drawer to deal with a sudden sensitivity to light - and discovered every person she encountered had a number floating over his or her head that corresponded to the number of days that person had left to live. (If correct, looks like Devalos has just under 33 years left, while Scanlon's got 42 years to complete his bucket list.) But talk about moral conundrums! How do you avoid slipping on the shades and checking the lifeline of your husband, your children, yourself? And should you? I loved the scene where Allison stood facing the bathroom mirror, grappling with turning Pandora's predictor on herself.
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