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Wake Up, Call Me, Tell Me Your Dream (Nov. 2012 Encore)

A dream-trend analyst with her finger on the pulse of slumbering societies shares her findings. Plus, a lucid dream expert offers tips on how to get more out of your nights, and when Howard calls Jonathan from within a dream, it turns out to be somewhat o

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