Sunday, September 30th, 2001
Goren and Eames are called in when a jewelry heist leaves behind three bodies. After ruling out mafia involvement, they realise that the thefts are directly connected to recent credit card thefts and stolen identities. They're led to an extremely charismatic thief, and their only hope is convincing one of his partners to turn on him.
Sunday, October 7th, 2001
When a museum curator and an art authenticator are found dead in what was set up to look like a murder-suicide, Goren and Eames follow the clues and realise that the deaths are linked to the sale of numerous art forgeries. Their investigation hits a dead end when they're unable to locate the forger until Goren seeks the help of another forger.
Sunday, October 14th, 2001
After the body of Lois Romney is found in a hotel room, Goren and Eames link her to Dale Van Acker, a junkie and the son of wealthy scion Priscilla Van Acker. Van Acker strongly disapproved of her son's pregnant fiancée, which leads Goren and Eames to suspect she may have wanted to get rid of the girl on a permanent basis.
Wednesday, October 17th, 2001
s1e4: The Faithful
Goren and Eames investigate the death of church sexton Morris Abernathy but soon find their chief suspect, Kevin Donovan, dead in his apartment. After realising that someone performed last rites over Donovan's body, the police realise that a priest was involved in the murder, and are led to a priest who has been desperately trying to keep a twenty-year-old secret hidden. Goren risks the prosecution's case by protecting an innocent third party who could lose everything if their own secret comes out.
Sunday, October 21st, 2001
The detectives become suspicious when an abusive lawyer's girlfriends keep turning up dead, but his wife stonewalls the investigation.
Sunday, October 28th, 2001
s1e6: The Extra Man
When a European con man is found beaten to death, the detectives look for the investors he swindled, learning quickly that the man also had relations with their wives.
Sunday, November 11th, 2001
The detectives investigate a murderer who poisons hospital victims with cyanide. They suspect a nurse whose profile is typical, but when they discover more murders away from the hospital they have to widen their search.
Sunday, November 18th, 2001
s1e8: The Pardoner's Tale
The deaths of a reporter and his fiancée, gunned down on orders, leads the detectives to investigate political bribery involving the governor's office, which Deakins isn't pleased with.
Sunday, November 25th, 2001
s1e9: The Good Doctor
A plastic surgeon reports his drug-abusing wife missing, and ends up being the prime suspect after detectives learn he had good reason to want her out of his life.
Sunday, December 9th, 2001
s1e10: Enemy Within
The death of an eccentric banker in his nintieth floor apartment leads the detectives to investigate his professional contacts and family members.
Sunday, January 6th, 2002
s1e11: The Third Horseman
The killing of an abortion doctor who was shot in his own apartment sends the detectives on a search for the sniper before someone else becomes the next victim. Carver worries that the case will end up being all about abortion rights.
Sunday, January 13th, 2002
A psychiatrist who provides expert testimony at criminal trials lays down an insanity defense to hide his obsession for his younger girlfriend after revealing to her that he hired a corrupt detective to murder her brother-in-law at his son's Bar Mitzvah after alleged reports that her niece had been abused by him.
Sunday, January 27th, 2002
s1e13: The Insider
When the father of a young woman who has been out all night clubbing is found dead in his boat house, Goren and Eames investigate the mysterious club owner only to realise that he is an undercover FBI agent and that the Bureau will not risk their undercover operation even to stop a killer.
Sunday, March 3rd, 2002
s1e14: Homo Homini Lupus
When an business executive's wife and two daughters are kidnapped for a loanshark because the loan hasn't been paid off, Goren and Eames are frustrated by the man's lack of cooperation, which stymies them further when the man's released daughter proves to have been sexually assaulted.
Sunday, March 10th, 2002
The detectives investigate the murder of a judge's clerk, with their attention initially going to the judge himself, who had been having an affair with the young woman.
Sunday, March 17th, 2002
The detectives investigate a slain bank robber and check out his sister, who is involved with a bogus United Nations economist. As the detectives close in on the suspect, Goren learns the suspect wants his children's approval and must stop him before any more murders.
Sunday, March 31st, 2002
When the body of a bisexual young woman is found slain, Goren and Eames note the similarities between her death and a number of murders committed by a convicted serial killer, turning their attention to a human-behavior researcher.
Sunday, April 14th, 2002
When the well-preserved body of a woman tortured and murdered twenty years earlier appears on the banks of the Bronx River, chemical residue on the body leads Goren and Eames to the basement of the house in which the body had originally been buried and to the junkie whose parents owned the home. When the junkie ends up murdered as well, their investigation focuses on his college classmate, a man with a history of drugging and sexually assaulting women.
Sunday, April 21st, 2002
Goren and Eames investigate the murder of a Russian mob princess, initially believing she may have been slain in a revenge act against her father, but their attention later turns to a classmate who could be destroyed by the woman's upcoming tell-all book.
Sunday, April 28th, 2002
When the murder of a city auditor and his family seems too perfect, Goren and Eames turn their attention towards law enforcement personnel after learning that the auditor was investigating a number of former cops upon suspicion of double-dipping.
Sunday, April 28th, 2002
When a wealthy publisher is murdered to prevent him from exposing an elaborate confidence game that enveloped him, his company and one of his editors, Goren and Eames run their own con to extract a confession from the killer.
Friday, May 10th, 2002
s1e22: Tuxedo Hill
When Goren and Eames investigate the murder of a man linked to a corporate finance officer, they uncover a stock manipulation scheme which enriched the corporate executives by defrauding investors.
Sunday, September 29th, 2002
The murder of a mortician and the discovery of corpses at a crematorium lead the detectives to a family man claiming to have a consulting business but suspected of being a contract killer with a penchant for perfection. Goren attempts to prove this by setting up a scheme that puts his "fear of making a mistake" in jeopardy.
Sunday, October 6th, 2002
s2e2: Bright Boy
The double murder of a social services worker and a deputy mayor lead the detectives to suspect a couple who may have a grudge against the social worker for taking away their children. When they learn that the social worker had taken special interest in a child prodigy being considered for admission to a prestigious, accelerated school, they examine both the boy and his obsessive father.
Sunday, October 13th, 2002
As Goren and Eames sift through the likely suspects in the murder of a university president and his assistant, they discover that the culprit is a wily adversary who has more than these crimes to hide.
Sunday, October 20th, 2002
s2e4: Best Defense
The detectives follow the trail when an assistant district attorney confronts and kills a hired gunman following a series of death threats. They first suspect his wife, a prominent defense attorney, through a convict whose case was being prosecuted by the A.D.A. and the rumors of her romantic affairs. When they realise that there are cracks in their seemingly airtight case, Goren has to keep Carver in the dark about some details to prove his theory.
Sunday, October 27th, 2002
After a mother of two is shot dead in Chinatown, Goren and Eames first believe that her death may be connected to the Tianamen Square massacre, but then their investigation leads them to a smuggling ring dealing in antiquities.
Sunday, November 3rd, 2002
A robbery that involved two fatalities leads to the discovery of a long-running case of tampering with drugs. Goren and Eames have to figure out a way of catching a pharmacist who has been diluting cancer medication without using the exhumated bodies of patients who had been given the medicine.
Sunday, November 10th, 2002
The detectives investigate a triple murder, including the son and daughter of a wealthy businessman, that occurred in his apartment. After investigating the childrens' stepmother (his second wife), they turn to a pair of nannies, one of whom works for the family. However, the detectives must reach back to the nannies' history as children, and a television soap opera, in order to better understand the motives for the crime.
Sunday, November 17th, 2002
s2e8: The Pilgrim
The detectives are called to investigate the adult daughter of a retired officer which takes them to a case of terrorism involving someone she knew that includes a shipment of explosives.
Sunday, December 1st, 2002
A businesswoman who becomes a suspect in the murder of her daughter-in-law, who was was strangled in her garage. Disparate bruises on her body lead Goren and Eames to believe that there were two assailants.
Sunday, January 5th, 2003
Goren and Eames run a con of their own on a phony motivational speaker whom they suspect exploited a fragile disciple by convincing him to commit murder for profit.
Sunday, January 12th, 2003
When an airline baggage supervisor is found murdered in the trunk of her car, the detectives investigate the employees listed in a sexual harrassment complaint which leads them to a scam involving credit cards and credit reports with foreign links.
Sunday, February 2nd, 2003
s2e12: Suite Sorrow
When the wealthy and matronly owner is found naked and murdered with injections of botox in the bathtub, detectives Goren and Eames focus on the victim's unstable adult daughter who resented her mother's meddling in her love life
Sunday, February 9th, 2003
s2e13: See Me
Detectives Goren and Eames come to believe a doctor conducted shameful experiments on the residents of a halfway house.
Sunday, February 16th, 2003
While probing the seemingly random murders of several homeless men, Goren and Eames uncover a scam involving a crooked insurance agent. However, an unsual twist leads the detectives to an unlikely suspect.
Sunday, March 2nd, 2003
The murder of a woman in her apartment results in her son, recently paroled after serving 15 years for murder, becoming the prime suspect. Having consulted with the lead detective on the old case, Goren and Eames discover he was involved in a cover-up to rush other cases to closure.
Sunday, March 9th, 2003
s2e16: Cuba Libre
After the trophy wife of a recently released prison inmate is murdered, Goren plays on the man's paranoia to find a connection to another inmate with a hit list.
Sunday, March 30th, 2003
s2e17: Cold Comfort
When a woman suing her brother over the disposition of their father's remains is found murdered, Goren and Eames discover a concealed parentage and a man willing to go to any extremes to ensure his legacy.
Sunday, April 6th, 2003
When a father and son have their throats slit, the detectives discovers that a group of adolescent boys have disappeared from the same neighborhood. When the locals don't cooperate with the investigation, the cops think the boys are being used by someone operating a bicycle theft ring. The cops are led to a studio owner who brainwashes the boys to prove their worthiness.
Sunday, April 27th, 2003
s2e19: Cherry Red
The detectives try to figure out a mystery after an old woman dies in a fire. The mystery gets deeper when a young woman who is left some of the old woman estate is killed. The case takes them to a state public administrator who has invented a form of grave-robbing. The detective suspects the administrator has a weakness for valuable cars, but to make his case work, he has to exploit his quarry's personal relationships.
Sunday, May 4th, 2003
The detectives investigate a murder of a math student who worked in a poker club as a card-counter. There case brings the detectives to a group of computer nerds, but later they discover a computer gambling system which has tougher suspects. The detectives discovers that even there own workstations are hit by the ringleader of the group, who had bigger plans for his horseracing and other scams.
Sunday, May 11th, 2003
Goren and Eames enter the closed world of a thieving Irish Traveller clan when they investigate the death of a Ann Lawson, a probation officer who was run over three times after meeting a friend at the bar. They soon learn that Ann, a probation officer, had been involved with Malcolm Bryce, the father of Paul, one of her charges. It appears as though Ann is also very close with the thieving Irish Travellers they are investigating, determined to save a young girl from their style of life.
Sunday, May 18th, 2003
The investigation into the murder of a crooked cop leads to a preening veterinarian and his friend, an obsessive doctor whose ex-girlfriends who have all been infected with a rare disease.
Sunday, May 18th, 2003
s2e23: A Person of Interest
Goren and Eames investigate the murder of a former nurse and discover a possible anthrax terrorist plot. The case takes a turn for the worse when Goren is blamed for driving a suspect to commit suicide. Now disgraced, Goren learns that a cunning adversary from his past may be involved.
Sunday, September 28th, 2003
s3e1: Undaunted Mettle
A very pregnant Eames reveals that she has offered to be a surrogate mother and carry her sister's child; a famous architect's promiscuity becomes the key to solving the murder of a promising young designer who was his closest competitor for a prestigious commission.
Sunday, October 5th, 2003
When a schizophrenic obsessed with Marilyn Monroe and the cult of the blond and the blue-eyed commits a series of murders to eradicate those he feels are responsible for promoting the homogenization of appearance rampant in society, Goren and Eames suspect that a person close to the man may have taken advantage of his illness and his crimes to commit extortion.
Sunday, October 12th, 2003
s3e3: The Gift
Santeria cultists kill the son of a women that believed from them she had psychic powers.
Sunday, October 19th, 2003
s3e4: But Not Forgotten
When a bookkeeper goes missing, Goren and Eames are led back to the death of her brother, a hitman, two years earlier. In imprisoned mobster seems to be their best bet, but when another body turns up it takes the case to a whole new level.
Sunday, October 26th, 2003
Goren gets an interim partner when Eames goes on maternity leave, and focuses his investigation of a murder on a star reporter whose past contains a history of plagarism.
Sunday, November 2nd, 2003
Tracking a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde, Goren deduces that one of his suspects has an injured foot. It isn't long before Goren and Bishop realise that the pair, who have already killed nine people including two undercover cops, are not the typical Bonnie and Clyde -- the female partner is obviously the one in control.
Sunday, November 9th, 2003
s3e7: A Murderer Among Us
The detectives try to link the suicide of an Argentine immigrant to her husband who has a history of violence. While the subsequent investigation is not successful, they discover his hatred might be linked to a string of unsolved murders with the same MO.
Sunday, November 16th, 2003
s3e8: Sound Bodies
Goren and Bishop pursue a teenage Svengali who convinces three impressionable young girls to commit multiple homicides in the cause of a twisted philosophy.
Sunday, November 23rd, 2003
s3e9: Happy Family
The bludgeoning of a rich family patriarch has the detectives investigating several suspects, each with their own motives: his estranged wife whom he was about to divorce, a male friend of hers who was a parolee, their childrens' nanny, the victim's brother in law who is a doctor, even the oldest son. Goren and Carver call the family of suspects together to sort it all out ... in family court.
Sunday, January 4th, 2004
Goren reaches into his own experience working with a partner to solve the murder of a gamer who appears to be connected to a network of thieves using spyware to commit fraud. Eames gives birth.
Sunday, January 11th, 2004
s3e11: Mad Hops
The murder of a private investigator, who was tracking down the whereabouts of a prominent high school basketball player, has the detectives searching the local courts to discover a link to gamblers and college recruiters until they learn that several other prominent players were transferred to the same school - one with a championship tradition.
Sunday, January 18th, 2004
Goren and Eames uncover how a rich woman's unrequited lust for fame and a professional fundraiser's desperation to pay off a loan shark may have contributed to the murders of the woman's husband and the fundraiser's mother.
Sunday, February 15th, 2004
s3e13: Pas de Deux
A terminally ill bank robber angered by the ravages of his illness exerts what little control he has left in life by manipulating the unwitting accomplices he enlists to assist him with committing his final robberies, forcing Goren and Eames into a race against time to foil his plan for a suicide-by-cop that will take both his life and that of his latest accomplice.
Sunday, February 22nd, 2004
Goren and Eames stumble upon a web of corporate corruption involving fraud, bribery, identity theft, and a conspiracy to sell lethally-contaminated blood products as they investigate the murder of a pharmaceutical salesman.
Sunday, March 7th, 2004
The daughter of narcissistic psychotherapists takes desperate measures to exact her revenge for years of their abuse and neglect, leading to tragedy for a young man caught in the web of her parents' promiscuity, mind games and competitiveness.
Sunday, March 14th, 2004
s3e16: The Saint
A man commits fraud, forgery, and murder to discredit the organization that took advantage of his mentally ill mother, impoverished his family, and ruined his childhood.
Sunday, March 28th, 2004
A neurologist who believes that she can communicate with a woman in a persistent vegetative state is murdered by a family member who fears that the doctor will uncover the multi-million dollar motive which led to the woman's disability.
Sunday, April 18th, 2004
A stable worker resorts to heroin smuggling, deception, extortion, and murder to finance the purchase of the farm and foundation stallion that will provide a leg up on the horse set social ladder.
Sunday, May 9th, 2004
s3e19: Fico di Capo
After a protected witness is shot dead in a restaurant, Goren and Eames find themselves on the trail of a trio of young mobsters. They finally figure out that a young man named Chops is the key, but can't find anyone willing to turn on him. Goren seeks the help of a fig-loving don dying of cancer to trap Chops.
Sunday, May 16th, 2004
The investigation into the death of a woman searching for the whereabouts of her late mother's antique ring leads Goren and Eames to a physician serial killer who has cleverly concealed the murder of over two hundred of his patients.
Sunday, May 23rd, 2004
A police officer is framed for a triple homicide by a greedy woman who takes advantage of his sleepwalking and is enmeshed in a bitter divorce settlement and out for revenge.
Sunday, September 26th, 2004
The investigation into the deaths of a shock jock and the housekeeper who supplied the pain killers to which he was once addicted leads Goren and Eames to a detox clinic staff member whose mental illness hits Goren close to home.
Sunday, October 3rd, 2004
s4e2: The Posthumous Collection
The investigation into the death of a famous photographer leads to the discovery of multiple homicides committed by the collaborator on his latest project, who was attempting to exorcise demons from his past through an artistic expression the photographer soon found intolerable.
Sunday, October 10th, 2004
After he gets into the head of an insane man driven to torture, murder, and cannibalism by overwhelming despair and loneliness, Goren surprises his colleagues with a passionate plea that the man be spared the death penalty, and engineers the confession that will save the man's life through a plea bargain.
Sunday, October 17th, 2004
s4e4: Great Barrier
When Goren and Eames search for a jewel thief who murdered her accomplice, they discover that the clever larcenies are the brainchild of her lover, Nicole Wallace, Goren's long-standing nemesis. As the detectives delve into the personal and working relationships between the two women, they uncover a plot to cause the death of Wallace's ex-husband, the only person who can lead them to evidence of the very first murder Wallace committed.
Sunday, October 24th, 2004
When Goren and Eames investigate the death of a prominent atheist and her kidnappers, they discover that the crime, fueled by a need for sympathy and publicity as well as greed, began close to home.
Sunday, October 31st, 2004
s4e6: In the Dark
During the investigation into the deaths of several homeless people, Goren and Eames uncover a series of frauds that lead them to a woman in the early stages of dementia and the man who is willing to commit murder to demonstrate his devotion for her.
Sunday, November 7th, 2004
Goren and Eames are frustrated when the law has no provision for the arrest of a man whose abusive control of his family and neglect of his severely depressed wife led her to several murder-suicide attempts which he did nothing to prevent, and eventually resulted in the deaths of three of his sons.
Sunday, November 14th, 2004
s4e8: Silver Lining
A master thief who specialises in stealing antique silver from wealthy families across the country is finally captured after his pregnant wife takes desperate measures when an appraiser threatens to ruin her white-picket-fence dreams of the future.
Sunday, November 21st, 2004
s4e9: Inert Dwarf
A world-renowned physicist resorts to murder to avoid being humiliated by his failure to prove a controversial theory of quantum physics that he has spent his career espousing.
Sunday, January 2nd, 2005
s4e10: The View from Up Here
A nanny confesses to a murder and an attempted murder that she claims God told her to commit. The link is that both victims lived in the same building, which was poorly constructed, and were rumored to be having an affair.
Sunday, January 9th, 2005
Goren matches wits with a one-time chess prodigy who has become a fugitive when the body of a young woman is found tossed in the trash.
Sunday, January 30th, 2005
A woman con artist who hounded fantasy conventions is found dead, and the reason can only be discovered in the stifling confines of the small literary fandom her latest victim belonged to.
Sunday, February 13th, 2005
s4e13: Stress Position
When a prison guard is murdered, Eames and Goren investigate, only to discover they've riled the feathers of Mike Logan, a Staten Island police officer who happens to be dating the nurse at the prison. Logan joins the duo to find out exactly what is happening at the prison.
Sunday, February 20th, 2005
s4e14: Sex Club
When Goren and Eames investigate the death of the new owner of a "little black book" once belonging to legendary playboy George Merritt, they uncover the marital indiscretions of a U.S. Senatorial candidate involving sex clubs.
Sunday, March 13th, 2005
s4e15: Death Roe
After a food critic is found beaten to death, Goren and Eames turn their suspicion to the chef at the last restaurant she visited. Unfortunately, Joshua Mailer has also gone missing, and their investigation then turns to his father-in-law, the owner and head chef of another very popular restaurant in the city. An off-the-cuff comment tips Goren off to the fact that not all is well in the Onorato household.
Sunday, March 20th, 2005
s4e16: Ex Stasis
When a young woman is shot at an appointment she never should have been at, Goren and Eames investigate her death and learn she had received a kidney transplant a few years earlier. Initially they believe that Vanessa Nikos may have been killed so that her organs could be harvested, but soon learn that her death was more closely connected with the organ she initially received from living donor Boyce Wainwright. When her shooter, also awaiting an organ transplant, is also found dead, the police realise they're on to something.
Sunday, March 27th, 2005
When Phoebe Morton is murdered on the phone with a 911 operator, Goren and Eames take the case and soon realize Morton is one of five women murdered with a similar bent, the killer known as Body By Jake (B.B.J.). Their investigation leads them to Keith Durbin, a recently released parolee who seems to be perfect. Goren has his suspicions about Durbin, who doesn't seem right to him, and when they learn that there are similar killings going much further back, Goren and Eames soon focus their attention on a new suspect, and soon realize that even though he's not guilty, Durbin is the key.
Sunday, April 3rd, 2005
s4e18: The Good Child
After Dennis and Camille Burnett are found dead in their home, the only survivor is their twenty-year-old daughter, Rachel. Goren and Eames initially suspect that someone connected with the Marinko family had the Burnetts killed, since they were in witness relocation, but the detectives soon realise that the connection isn't the parents, it's the daughter. Suspicion then turns to the daughter's biological parents and her birth father's very jealous wife.
Sunday, April 10th, 2005
When Lisa Ross is brought into the emergency room with a severe case of cloracne, suspicion quickly turns to her husband Greg, a well-known dentist, especially after she dies. During their investigation, Goren and Eames hear whispers about Lisa's infidelities, but the real break comes with they learn that Lisa is not the first woman Greg Ross has been connected to who died of the same symptoms years earlier. After discovering Lisa's connection to Greg's former fiancée Morgan Dexler, Goren and Eames believe they have the answer, but they're not there yet.
Sunday, May 1st, 2005
s4e20: No Exit
When five young people are found dead by the tracks, Goren and Eames initially write them off as a suicide until their investigation reveals that one of the victims, Carmine Ruggiero, had no desire to be part of a suicide pact. Although initially they begin looking into a website that gives instructions on how to committ suicide, their investigation leads them to the unsolved suicide of Edie Elverson, one of Ruggiero's co-workers, whom he had once testifed against in a harrassment suit. Goren soon realises that another of the company's employees, Hubert Skoller, is trying very hard to push them to an answer.
Sunday, May 8th, 2005
s4e21: The Unblinking Eye
After a young actress is gunned down after an evening out with her boyfriend, Goren and Eames initially focus their attention on a young man who had showed an unusual interest in the couple, but soon realise that there is more to this case than meets the eye. A jealous and seemingly obsessive ex-girlfriend, a best friend who never made it as an actor, and a grieving boyfriend who seems too good to be true lead Goren and Eames down another path, one where the key to exposing the truth about the present depends on exposing the lies of the past.
Sunday, May 15th, 2005
s4e22: My Good Name
When the body of a man is found and it soon becomes obvious the body has been moved, Eames and Goren investigate the death of Walter Czabo, whose wife has been sleeping with a decorated former police officer who happens to have close ties to Deakins. The suspects start piling up, starting with Frank Adair and leading to his controlling publicist, but Deakins is reluctant to go after his friend, who wields a lot of local influence, without good, hard proof.
Wednesday, May 25th, 2005
s4e23: False-Hearted Judges
It's open season in New York when not one but two powerful judges are executed. At first they seem to have no connection; one was a family court judge whose entire family was attacked, the other is an appellate court judge. After investigating the judges more thoroughly, Goren and Eames realise that their first set of suspects was simply a smokescreen, and there is a far more insidious threat. Their investigation leads them to a non-custodial father who has a beef with the court system.
Sunday, September 25th, 2005
When city health inspector Larry Chapel is found dead in an elevator, a quick look into Chapel's home life introduces them to Chapel's recently widowed brother, Evan, and little girl Gwen. Goren isn't very surprised to learn that Nicole Wallace is Evan's fiancée and the future mother to his little girl, but Major Case soon realizes they're off the mark in who they believe the suspect is, and Goren's only hope is to get Nicole to help him trap the killer. Logan joins the Major Case squad, but isn't pleased with being relegated to the background while the other detectives solve the cases, and Deakins tries to find a partner for him.
Sunday, October 2nd, 2005
s5e2: Diamond Dogs
Logan and his new partner, Barek, investigate a series of robberies in mom-and-pop jewelry stores that are escalating in the level of violence. After a home investigation leads them to a young junkie, Barek and Logan are soon led to a mother-and-son team of criminals. They soon realise that the mother is the one pulling all the strings. Logan is uncomfortable when Barek uses his past to get through to their suspect.
Sunday, October 9th, 2005
Prison warden William Hendry is found brutalised after he goes to drop off a large ransom payment for his wife, kidnapped years earlier by an escaped convict. Eames and Goren track down Jenny Hendry, living happily under a new name, and begin to realise that Hendry isn't the squeaky clean martyr that he's been portrayed as for years, especially once they discover that Jenny's supposed 'kidnapper' was originally hired by the warden to kill his wife.
Sunday, October 16th, 2005
When a cop's son is murdered by the mob, Logan and Barek realise that young Joe Long was killed by mistake, and their investigation leads them to two rival mafia families, but it isn't long before Logan begins to believe that the true criminals aren't the mobsters, but the cops on their payroll. As their investigation narrows down to one main officer, Barek and Logan are faced with the difficult task of having to force the man's daughter to turn against him to get what they want. When the officer and his lawyer bring Logan's stormy history into play, even Deakins takes pause with his decision to have Logan on his force.
Sunday, October 23rd, 2005
s5e5: Acts of Contrition
After the murder of a nun in the Church, Goren and Eames investigate and realise that someone has tried to cover up part of the crime. Their investigation leads them to a young man named Eddie Roberts, who in turn inadvertently leads them to his older half-brother, Jimmy Jones, who was assaulted in a baseball field seventeen years earlier and left with debilitating injuries. Goren and Eames soon realise that the key to the nun's murder is the young woman who watched Jimmy's attack, and the only way they can get Eddie to take responsibility for his crime is to find this missing witness.
Sunday, November 6th, 2005
s5e6: In the Wee Small Hours (1)
Detectives Eames, Goren, Barek, and Logan must solve a case that involves a teenage girl missing in New York City. While Barek and Logan search around for another missing girl, Eames and Goren work to uncover a mystery with a judge and his son.
Sunday, November 6th, 2005
s5e7: In the Wee Small Hours (2)
The squad continues the investigation into the murder of a teenage girl visiting from Iowa. The detectives uncover the sordid family life of a local judge whose son is linked to the Iowa teenager and another victim. Goren and Logan discover that the judge is a formidable foe as they come under scrutiny.
Sunday, November 27th, 2005
s5e8: Saving Face
When the body of a young woman is found by two children behind a dumpster, Barek and Logan soon learn she had recently returned from Guatemala and was suspected by the other passengers of being a drug mule. Their investigation leads them to noted plastic surgeon Dr. Christine Ensel, who has made a name for herself in recent years performing surgeries in Guatemala on people who would not normally be able to afford plastic surgery, but as the investigation continues, Logan and Barek suspect that Dr. Ensel has a lot to hide.
Sunday, December 4th, 2005
s5e9: Scared Crazy
After Aidan Grant, an employee for a local computer company, is found dead, Goren and Eames investigate, initially believing that Grant was murdered because of a business deal gone wrong involving biometrics, lip-reading, the company Ubicool and the military, but their investigations lead them to a young man named Robbie who worked in the office opposite Ubicool. Goren soon realises that Robbie isn't fully in control of his actions and suspects his therapist, Dr. Pynchon, of wrong-doing, but Carver wants them to get the answers from Robbie no matter what they need to do.
Sunday, January 8th, 2006
After Joseph Sabo is found lying dead in the street, Barek and Logan investigate who was nearby that night that may have had a motive. They are soon led to Danielle Quinn, who had been blackmailing six different men claiming they fathered her child, asking for money. The detectives realise she was the one who killed Sabo, but when none of her victims will testify against her for fear of their wives finding out what they've done, Barek and Logan hit a dead end.
Sunday, January 15th, 2006
After Russ Corbett and his wife are found in a seedy hotel room, Russ dead of an overdose, Eames and Goren follow the trail of evidence to Bernard Fremont, a professional partier. With his beautiful blonde companions, Fremont insinuates himself into the lives of couples who don't know the city very well, then robs them blind. While investigating Fremont's past in Asia, Goren realises that he is the mastermind that turned Nicole Wallace into a murderer, and his most successful pupil.
Sunday, January 22nd, 2006
Logan and Barek investigate after a body is found in the ocean, having fallen from an airline wheelwell. They soon discover that she is just one in a long line ot prostitutes to be beaten and murdered. Their investigation leads them to a nervous airline employee, but they just don't feel he has the courage or the violent nature to commit these crimes on his own. A family connection leads them to a second suspect, with a history of both being abused and being the abuser.
Sunday, March 12th, 2006
s5e13: Proud Flesh
Goren and Eames investigate after Trip Slaughter III, the eldest son of radio magnate Jonas Slaughter, is found dead covered in plastic latex. Initial evidence leads detectives directly to Jonas' Chinese wife Anna, but Goren and Eames realise that the evidence leading her way is a little too pat.
Sunday, March 19th, 2006
Logan and Barek investigate after secret service agent Paula Kendall is found dead in her home. Suspicion initially turns to the husband after detectives realize that it took him eleven minutes after a first failed attempt to get in touch with 911, and their investigation leads them to her husband's role in a proposed Indian casino. Logan and Barek are especially interested when it turns out that the 'witness' Paula was supposed to be meeting that night had ties to a local politician, Peter Bellingham, who also had ties to Kendall's husband.
Sunday, March 26th, 2006
s5e15: Wrongful Life
Goren and Eames investigate the death of Eric Newsome, an urban explorer who was found in a water tower. During their investigation, they learn that Eric had been looking into the files of Dr. Everett Janns, an OB/GYN who had examined his sister Nikki's boyfriend Drew's mother years earlier when she had been carrying his sister Lisa. Lisa Ramsey was born with spina bifida, and Victoria Carson was suing her primary OB/GYN, Dr. Dominic McKenna, with a wrongful life suit, charging that he did not perform the necessary tests needed to establish whether or not her child had spina bifida, which would have influenced whether or not she had an abortion.
Sunday, April 9th, 2006
s5e16: Dramma Giocoso
Logan and Barek investigate after the body of eighteen-year-old violinist Laura Booth is found stuffed in a shaft, her fingers covered with cocaine and resin. Although initially they believe her death may be connected to the cocaine that some of the crew were transporting, they're soon turned on to a romantic relationship between the maestro, Julian Reinhardt, and the victim's mother, Gillian Booth. Once teethmarks are found on Reinhardt's back that belong to Laura, Logan and Barek think they may have a slam dunk on their hands until Gillian weds her daughter's supposed killer.
Sunday, April 16th, 2006
Goren and Eames investigate after a bridesmaid, Megan, is found dead in the cheap motel room she had been sharing with Alice, another bridesmaid at their friend Tory's wedding. The two detectives start with investigating Pete and Jayson, the two guys the women had met at Brasserie Nylorac, but soon realise that Alice's story has a lot of holes in it, and the presence of cigar smoke around Megan, a young woman who hated smoking, leads Goren and Eames to suspect that the killer had a personal connection to Megan. Their investigation soon leads them to a cab driver named Lester Summerhill, whom they soon realise is an actor preparing for the ultimate role.
Sunday, April 23rd, 2006
s5e18: The Healer
Barek and Logan investigate when the deaths of two young girls seem to be connected to a voodoo-practicing nurse. Things turn interesting when it seems the young woman has placed a voodoo curse on Logan.
Sunday, April 30th, 2006
s5e19: Cruise to Nowhere
Goren and Eames investigate when a respected professional is found murdered in the East River, his death presumably connected to a series of gambling losses.
Sunday, May 7th, 2006
s5e20: To the Bone
Logan and Barek investigate a series of home invasions that result in grisly murders and their search leads them to local foster mother Chesley Watkins who had a series of young men going in and out of her home throughout the years. One of the young men involved in the home invasions was one of her boys, and while trailing the young man, Logan shoots a suspect who was brandishing a weapon at himself and Barek. When the suspect turns out to be a cop, Logan finds himself in the hot seat, and Barek sticks up for her partner, knowing that the truth is on their side. The investigation leads to Watkins as a suspect, and Logan is forced to deal with memories from his own past as Watkins plays on the weaknesses she sees.
Sunday, May 14th, 2006
s5e21: On Fire
Goren and Eames investigate a fire at St. Gerald's which led to the death of a Church employee and soon realize that an arsonist around town is targeting churches. Throughout their investigation, they realize that St. Gerald's was the arsonist's primary target, and clues lead them to Justin Reid, who had donated $100,000 to rebuild the Church, his step-mother Regina, whom they soon learn had seduced Justin when he was only a teen, and his half-brother Glynn, who works for a clean-up crew that had worked at all the churches that were burned down shortly after they were renovated. Deakins comes under fire when an e-mail surfaces that insinuates he got Martinez (from To the Bone) to lie about the Logan shooting by getting him a promotion. The e-mail is soon traced back to former cop Frank Adair (from Season 4, Ep. 22 - My Good Name), who is doing time for murder.
Sunday, May 14th, 2006
s5e22: The Good
Logan and Barek investigate a troubled young man named Kevin Colemar after his parents are found murdered in their suburban home. Kevin initially believes that drug dealers named Big Lennie and Ray-Ray may have done the murders, but Carson Laird, a Nassau cop, soon tricks Kevin, who cannot remember the night in question, into confessing to the murder. It all seems cut and dried, but Logan and Barek just can't shake the feeling that the kid is innocent. Deakins spends his last two weeks on the job preparing for his future.
Tuesday, September 19th, 2006
s6e1: Blind Spot
Goren and Eames investigate the death of Heidi Conington, a former ambassador's daughter, and then the similar murder of Jenna Shea not long after, interviewing her roommate Jo Gage. Jo's father turns out to be Goren's former mentor, Dr. Declan Gage, who tries to convince Goren that the killer is Sebastian, the one killer that he has never been able to capture or forget. Ross warns Goren that he doesn't want Gage, who betrayed his entire team in the original Sebastian investigation, anywhere near the case. When Eames is taken from her home, suspicion turns to Gage, especially after some of her belongings are found in his possession, but when Eames saves herself, she can't give the police any clues to her captor.
Tuesday, September 26th, 2006
s6e2: Tru Love
Logan and Wheeler investigate the death of a womanising doctor, which leads directly to his son's relationship with a teacher.
Tuesday, October 3rd, 2006
s6e3: Siren Call
Goren and Eames investigate after Ashley Gardela, a fellow officer's teenaged step-daughter, is found dead in her car after a night of partying, which leads them to her boss (Jason Raines), an ex-boyfriend with a record (Brian Murphy), and the boss's wife (Kelly Sloane-Raines). After another supposed young lover comes forward, Goren and Eames focus their investigation away from Jason Raines and toward another source. [ Recap available. ]
Tuesday, October 10th, 2006
s6e4: Maltese Cross
Logan and Wheeler investigate when fireman Ian Duffy is stabbed twenty-two times before driving himself to the fire station and collapsing. When the investigation leads to questions concerning Duffy's sexual preference, Logan and Wheeler end up in the middle of a brawl with the other firemen that leads to an official investigation and a secret involving Duffy's wife, his friend Brendan Keele, and a crime that someone else confessed to years earlier.
Tuesday, October 17th, 2006
Goren and Eames investigate the death of a well-known and well-liked historian, Dr. Adlai Copeland, and their investigation leads them to suspect the victim's brother Ted, who was perpetually short of money and had recently been cut off by his brother. Ted is the prime suspect in the investigation until he, too, turns up dead, and detectives then turn their eye to the victims' wives, both of whom had something to gain from the two mens' deaths.
Tuesday, October 31st, 2006
Goren and Eames head to Vietnam to pick up Simon Henry Fife, who has recently confessed to the 1992 murder of ten-year-old actress Amberleigh Harner. Both Goren and Eames have trouble believing what Fife has to say, and it isn't long before Goren manages to find holes in Fife's story. Eames and Goren have twenty-four hours to look into the murder and turn their attention to the original investigation, contacting the original officer on the scene. Their investigation leads them to believe that the suspect may be much closer to home than anyone thought.
Tuesday, November 7th, 2006
s6e7: Country Crossover
The death of a music producer is initially believed to be connected to his professional interests, but later the attention turns to his romantic interests.
Tuesday, November 14th, 2006
s6e8: The War at Home
Ross, Goren and Eames are called in on Thanksgiving when Amanda Dockerty, the daughter of the first deputy commissioner of the NYPD, goes missing while on leave from the army. The investigation into her disappearance soon turns into a murder case when Amanda's body is found, but Goren's mind is anywhere but on his job as he struggles to deal with a personal crisis concerning his mother.
Tuesday, November 21st, 2006
When the body of former teen star Alvin Stevens is found buried in Potter's Field, Logan and Wheeler try to find out who would have motive to murder the young man that Wheeler's generation affectionately remembers as lovable geek Skater. Their investigation soon leads them to bootleg DVDs, the Albanian mob, and another child star who never moved on with his life.
Tuesday, November 28th, 2006
s6e10: Weeping Willow
After popular on-line vlogger Willow is kidnapped during a live broadcast, Logan and Wheeler investigate the crime that they doubt may have ever occurred. As they attempt to track down the real identities of Willow, her boyfriend Holden, and the kidnappers, someone ups the ante by asking for an online ransom for the couple, demanding fans go to a website to save the duo. The investigation takes a turn when a former classmate of Holden's shares a screenplay he wrote about a cyberkidnapping that is eerily similar to the weepingwillow17 saga.
Tuesday, January 2nd, 2007
s6e11: World's Fair
The murder of a pregnant young Muslim-Pakistani woman with the message '4 911' leads Logan and Wheeler to investigate the child's Italian-American father and the animosity between their families.
Tuesday, January 9th, 2007
Goren and Eames investigate when Isabel Harrington is found murdered in her apartment, and while their investigation initially leads them to the married father of her 18-month-old daughter, they soon begin to look more closely at her family -- invalid grandmother, wastrel father, young step-mother and weak half-uncle.
Tuesday, February 6th, 2007
A candidate for the next mayor of New York could see her election hopes dashed when Goren and Eames investigate her husband on suspicion of murder.
Tuesday, February 13th, 2007
After Fulla T, a local rapper who was encouraging his fans to report crimes when they heard about them, is murdered outside a radio station, Logan and Wheeler find themselves reluctantly partnered up with Harry Williams, a detective from the gang unit. Wheeler is willing to give Williams the benefit of the doubt, but when their witness begin to turn up dead or missing not long after Williams learns they're looking for them, Logan begins to wonder just what side of the law Williams is really on.
Tuesday, February 20th, 2007
s6e15: Brother's Keeper
Goren and Eames investigate the murder of a well-known televangelist's wife after a rally, but Goren is preoccupied with dealing with his mother's medical condition and the reappearance of his long-lost brother.
Tuesday, February 27th, 2007
Logan and Wheeler investigate when Josh Lemle, a reporter friend who had backed Logan after he had gotten himself exiled years earlier, comes to Major Case to report his own murder. Logan agrees to help his friend find out who used Polonium-210 to poison him, but Lemle is reluctant to reveal the whole story to Logan because not all of it is pretty. Both Hazmat and the FBI get involved as the search turns city wide, with both the mayor and Homeland Security wanting answers.
Tuesday, March 27th, 2007
Logan and Wheeler investigate when a judge's son is murdered shortly after a rapper is sentenced in the judge's courtroom, but soon realise that his friends may be more closely linked to his death than the rapper.
Tuesday, April 3rd, 2007
Goren and Eames investigate when a doctor who had testified in a case involving the deaf and controversial cochlear implants is murdered, and find themselves teaming up with a detective who interprets for the deaf as they try to get answers in a case where no one seems willing to communicate with them.
Tuesday, May 1st, 2007
s6e19: Rocket Man
Suspicion turns to a married astronaut after his lover is found murdered.
Tuesday, May 8th, 2007
A woman who married a billionaire winds up dead under mysterious circumstances shortly after her son dies.
Monday, May 14th, 2007
Goren and Eames find a scrapbook belonging to a serial killer on death row. It suggests that he may have had more victims than previously known.
Monday, May 21st, 2007
Logan and Wheeler investigate the death of a police recruit. Logan becomes distracted by the death of his neighbor and Eames steps in to assist Wheeler in the investigation.
Thursday, October 4th, 2007
Eames re-opens the case into her husband's murder.
Thursday, October 11th, 2007
Genetics drive the murder of a doctor and the subsequent investigation.
Thursday, October 18th, 2007
When a dentist is murdered by the mother of one of his patients, Goren and Eames follow the trail of evidence to a company that appears to have been the victim of a criminal conspiracy involving contaminated mouthwash.
Thursday, October 25th, 2007
When a dead woman is found tied up in a motel room, Logan and Falacci follow the leads to a lonely writer.
Thursday, November 1st, 2007
Terrorism is initially suspected after the body of a young Arabic diver washes up on the shore, but Goren and Eames soon learn that the victim was part of a trio of con artists that were working as salvagers for a wealthy local man.
Thursday, November 8th, 2007
A private investigator is at the heart of the murder of a judge's wife.
Thursday, November 15th, 2007
Goren and Eames investigate the death of a writer, and whether her torture has ties to the 'hood she came from.
Thursday, November 29th, 2007
A rape trial goes wrong when a witness is killed, but the likely suspects ? the football team members accused of the rape ? turn out not so likely, and attention turns towards an attorney.
Thursday, December 6th, 2007
Goren investigates when his nephew, a prisoner who's bipolar, claims that inmates are being abused to the point of murder.
Thursday, December 13th, 2007
Logan and Falacci investigate the execution-style murder of three young college freshmen.
Sunday, June 8th, 2008
Still on leave from the force, approached in a bar after a confrontation, and pondering his future, Goren meets another officer on suspension (Winters) who makes him an interesting job offer. Goren decides to tip the balance in his favor with an undercover operation.
Sunday, June 15th, 2008
A gossip columnist who used his insider knowledge to feed his habit is murdered, which leaves Wheeler and Logan to work through a list of suspects that grows longer the more they probe his life.
Sunday, June 22nd, 2008
Captain Ross loses his objectivity, and jeopardizes the case, when an old flame becomes a suspect in the disappearance of her husband and his lover.
Sunday, June 29th, 2008
A Sri Lankan Tamil activist survives an assassination attempt at JFK when she returns from her house arrest in Sri Lanka. When members of her close circle are also targeted, the investigation puts Logan and Wheeler on the trail of a Canadian gun-for-hire in a race to catch the killer before it's too late.
Sunday, July 6th, 2008
s7e15: Please Note We are No Longer Accepting Letters of Recommendation from Henry Kissinger
Three murders lead to a preschool with an exclusive and long waiting list.
Sunday, July 13th, 2008
The murder of a television show host may be linked to her former avocation as a groupie to a famous musician, putting him and his family right at the top of the suspect list, along with her son and assistant.
Sunday, July 20th, 2008
s7e17: Vanishing Act
A well-known magician disappears during a live-burial stunt, only to appear miles away and dead in the middle of his mentor's gag. Goren and Eames' investigation takes them deep into the secretive world of magic as they unravel the magician's final act to find a murderer.
Sunday, July 27th, 2008
s7e18: Ten Count
A boxer celebrating his victory is shot to death, and when it turns out the victim is the brother of a young man Logan mentored he commits himself and Wheeler to solving the crime. Unfortunately, as he and Wheeler explore the world of amateur boxing, secrets and betrayals complicate the case.
Sunday, August 3rd, 2008
When a student dies at an exclusive private school, the investigation uncovers an online community that may have overtaken the school with its fixation on grades and secrets.
Sunday, August 10th, 2008
s7e20: Neighborhood Watch
Wheeler and Logan investigate the murder of a man found decapitated, mutilated and stabbed in Maspeth Creek, a neighborhood that did not welcome him.
Sunday, August 17th, 2008
s7e21: Last Rites
Logan jeopardizes his and Wheeler's careers when a priest convinces him to re-open a murder case that's over a decade old which involves a politically-aspiring ADA who will stop at nothing to keep the truth buried.
Sunday, August 24th, 2008
Bobby is visited by the past when he finds a picture at his mother's grave indicating an old nemesis has returned, and the case only gets more complex when his brother and a mentor reappear.
Sunday, April 19th, 2009
s8e1: Playing Dead
Season 8 opens with Goren and Eames investigating a case involving a councilman's step-daughter and her boyfriend being shot. The pair of drug-addicted kids were caught up in blackmail schemes which had targeted the politically powerful family of the woman.
Sunday, April 26th, 2009
s8e2: Rock Star
Det. Zach Nichols' first case involves the murder of an artist, but it's unclear whether the neighborhood he lived in was a factor in his death, or something more personal.
Sunday, May 3rd, 2009
s8e3: Identity Crisis
A man's murder puts Goren and Eames on the trail of an upper echelon businessman whose secrets have taken over his life and put him on the run.
Sunday, May 10th, 2009
s8e4: In Treatment
News of a company's falling stock that plunged more over a fraud investigation may have led to the murder of one of its executives.
Sunday, May 17th, 2009
When a celebrity doctor is found murdered, Goren and Eames find themselves investigating the man's church and his ties to performance-enhancing drugs.
Sunday, May 31st, 2009
s8e6: Astoria Helen
Nicholas and Wheeler investigate when the partner of a con man who used his charm to scheme a lonely single mother, is found dead.
Sunday, June 7th, 2009
s8e7: Folie à Deux
Goren and Eames search for a young boy who vanished during a robbery at a hotel.
Sunday, June 14th, 2009
s8e8: The Glory That Was...
What should have been a simple meeting turns to murder, leaving Wheeler and Nichols to question an embassy, a security company, the victim's relatives, and how it all connects to the Olympic Site Selection Committee.
Sunday, June 21st, 2009
s8e9: Family Values
When a flier from a local Catholic high school drama production connects three murders, Goren (Vincent D?Onofrio) and Eames (Kathryn Erbe) must understand the psychology of a religious fanatic before he claims another victim.
Sunday, June 28th, 2009
s8e10: Salome in Manhattan
A celebrity chef's star is on the rise as he plans the opening of a trendy restaurant with powerful partners. Yet his world is upended when his tabloid-friendly, gorgeous girlfriend and business partner is killed under mysterious circumstances. Detectives Nichols (Jeff Goldblum) and Wheeler (Julianne Nicholson) enter the seductive world of power and privilege and discover desperation and murder.
Sunday, June 28th, 2009
s8e11: Lady's Man
Goren and Eames investigate the killing of a man who became famous for dodging a murder conviction because of a mishandled trial. The man spun his notoriety into a TV show but turned up dead on his birthday.
Sunday, July 12th, 2009
Egocentric poet Jacob Garrety would do anything to keep his poetry journal, The Village Quarterly, afloat. When foundation president Don McCallum shows up and announces he is cutting funding to the journal, Jacob appeals to assistant and lover Lauren to use her sexuality to change Don's mind. Though reluctant, she agrees. While Jacob enjoys the advances of arts patron Sandra Dunbar at a poetry reading, Lauren carries out Jacob's wish, and winds up dead on the street. Detectives Nichols and Wheeler discover the deadly passion that exists behind the arts.
Sunday, July 19th, 2009
s8e13: All In
When poker genius Josh Snow loses $80,000 in a card game, backer and bookie Lou Cardinale forces him into collections to work off the losses. Lou gives him a .38 and a box of blanks to extract gambling debts, and sends along his mistress, Angela, to keep an eye on the money. Detectives Goren and Eames enter an elaborate game where they must join in the play, or be played.
Sunday, July 26th, 2009
s8e14: Major Case
Detective Eames assists with Nichols' case involving the death of an addict who was just days from going straight when Wheeler is otherwise engaged in the labor and delivery of her baby.
Sunday, August 2nd, 2009
s8e15: Alpha Dog
A popular male model spends the night with a mysterious woman and after a night of love and drugs, is found dead. Goren and Eames uncover the sexual paranoia behind the murder.
Sunday, August 9th, 2009
A heist goes tragically wrong when a revolutionary makes plans on kidnapping a powerful bank executive, and winds up dead. During Nichols and Eames probe of the murder, they must also prevent a terrorist campaign.
Tuesday, March 30th, 2010
s9e1: Loyalty (1)
Captain Ross finds himself at the tragic center of an overseas conflict, galvanizing the assistance of Major Case detectives Goren, Eames and Nichols.
Tuesday, April 6th, 2010
s9e2: Loyalty (2)
With an illegal arms deal and a hunt for Somali terrorists hanging in the balance, Detectives Goren, Eames, Nichols and newcomer Stevens combine resources in an attempt to bring justice.
Tuesday, April 13th, 2010
s9e3: Broad Channel
The murder of an NYPD detective brings Nichols and Stevens to a sleepy seaside town, ruled by one of Nichols? old foes ? an Irish mob boss with a reputation for eluding justice.
Tuesday, April 20th, 2010
The detectives find themselves in the cutthroat world of professional ballet as they investigate the murder of the star ballerina at a conservatory.
Tuesday, April 27th, 2010
s9e5: Gods & Insects
A body that's been decapitated, initially thought to be a mob hit, leads Detectives Nichols and Stevens to an escort service and the financial would-be gods who utilize it.
Tuesday, May 4th, 2010
s9e6: Abel & Willing
A psychologist conducts unimaginable field experiments asking his human test subjects to make the impossible choice, but Detectives Nichols and Stevens are even more surprised by the man's inspiration.
Tuesday, May 11th, 2010
s9e7: Love Sick
Detectives Nichols and Stevens investigate a nurse and the men who love her while looking into the death of a woman who was treated in the emergency room shortly before she was murdered.
Tuesday, May 18th, 2010
s9e8: Love on Ice
Four men who have been friends since high school discover they're being blackmailed over the death of another childhood friend. When one of the four turns up dead, it's up to Nichols and Stevens to uncover the truth behind a 22-year-old mystery.
Tuesday, May 25th, 2010
The murder of a magazine editor reveals his predilection for young girls, leaving Nichols and Stevens investigating not only his staff, but a Russian prostitution ring.
Tuesday, June 1st, 2010
A new murder fits the style of a serial killer who was executed months earlier. Stevens must figure out if the killing is a copycat crime or if she helped convict an innocent man.
Tuesday, June 8th, 2010
s9e11: Lost Children of the Blood
The body of a bright young college student is found completely drained of blood. What appears to be a sex game gone wrong leads to a world of underground clubs, blood dealers, and a fanatical cult who believe themselves immortal.
Tuesday, June 15th, 2010
s9e12: True Legacy
The owner of a popular food truck is murdered, his body left for his fiancee to discover. What some dismiss as a simple street rivalry leads to a powerful political family who'll do just about anything to maintain their dynasty
Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010
s9e13: The Mobster Will See You Now
A government official blackmails two doctors for overcharging patients before he is killed. The doctors have another secret to protect, however, and worry that someone will find out mobsters financed their practice.
Tuesday, June 29th, 2010
Nichols takes a very personal interest in a case that turns out to have many layers when an old friend is murdered, and somehow the reclusive book dealer's troubled daughter is also involved.
Tuesday, July 6th, 2010
s9e15: Inhumane Society
A boxer's career is derailed when authorities discover he leads a dog fighting ring
Tuesday, July 6th, 2010
Nichols reaches out to his father for assistance when he and Stevens are assigned the case of a real estate agent who has been murdered.
Sunday, May 1st, 2011
After a young call girl is murdered, investigation leads Goren and Eames to a hard-partying, ?rockstar? fashion designer extraordinaire. Would the fashion house's key members stoop to murder to protect the runaway train wreck who makes them all millions?
Sunday, May 8th, 2011
s10e2: The Consoler
Goren and Eames investigate the death of a banker who was working with the Catholic church and could be part of a cover-up.
Sunday, May 15th, 2011
s10e3: Boots on the Ground
After a man is thrown to his death off a building, Goren and Eames discover an ongoing war between two private security companies.
Sunday, May 22nd, 2011
s10e4: The Last Street in Manhattan
When a Wall St. giant is murdered, everyone stands to make a killing. Can Goren and Eames solve the case?
Sunday, June 5th, 2011
s10e5: Trophy Wine
A wine importer's death on the heels of an exclusive wine tasting is investigated. The detectives focus on the workings of a high-end auction house, while the man's wife and a grifter couple also become suspects.
Sunday, June 12th, 2011
A philanthropist goes missing after announcing the winner of his research grant.
Sunday, June 19th, 2011
A sitcom star turned Broadway actor is killed performing a stunt in a controversial and highly technical Broadway musical, and the real drama is trying to figure out who wanted the leading man dead.
Sunday, June 26th, 2011
s10e8: To the Boy in the Blue Knit Cap
Goren and Eames investigate the murders of two staffers at a Web company involved in a heated lawsuit. Their investigation leads to a site that connects strangers who've had brief romantic encounters.
s0e1: Special: CI Presents
An in-depth interview with the cast and crew of Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
Sunday, October 17th, 2004
s0e2: Great Barrier (alternate ending)
This episode was first aired with two different endings. The East Coast watched the ending in which Wallace lived and the West Coast watched the ending in which she died. After the episode aired, viewers were encouraged to vote on NBC's website, where they could view both endings. Viewers voted to let her live, and thus the episode in which Wallace lives is considered the only official version by NBC. This is the alternate ending.