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Guest Star Goodness

Guest Star Goodness: Medium Series Finale “Me Without You” 

Photo Credit: Patrick Ecclesine/CBS

On the series finale of Medium, which aired this past Friday night on CBS, there were several familiar faces laced throughout this heartbreaking swan song to the long-running series about Allison Dubois and her supernatural gifts for which she passed on to her three daughters.

In what appeared to be a flash-forward to seven years after her husband Joe’s (Jake Weber) presumed death in an airplane crash, Allison was working as a lawyer for District Attorney Dennis Caruso, who was played by actor Roger Bart. Bart is best known as creepy George Williams from Desperate Housewives, but has also recently guest-starred on Human Target, CSI: Miami and 30 Rock.

Photo Credit: Sonja Flemming/CBS

The case for which Allison and DA Caruso were working on was against crime lord and drug trafficker Luis Amenabar, played by actor Enrique Murciano. Most TV viewers will recognize Murciano from his role in the CBS series Without A Trace, but he has also recently been seen in the Lifetime mini-series Marry Me and the box office sequel to Miss Congeniality.

One of Amenabar’s co-horts in “Me Without You” was Mexican police officer Eduardo Garcia, who was played by actor Jacob Vargas. Vargas appeared in a recurring role in the short-lived series Moonlight, but more recently has guest-starred in Burn Notice, Psych, Cold Case and The Good Guys.

Sasha Pieterse

Lastly, during this seven-year time leap storyline, Allison’s youngest daughter Marie was played by actress Sasha Pieterse. She is best known for her role of Allison DiLaurentis in the ABC Family series Pretty Little Liars as well as a recurring role in the once popular NBC series Heroes.

While this series finale was hard to watch because of the startling direction for which the story of the Dubois family was taken, it did have a heartwarming ending. And as the ending credits rolled, each actor was given a decent send-off. Congrats to Medium on its seven seasons between its time on NBC and later on CBS. Best wishes are extended to the cast and crew in their future endeavors.

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