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A home invasion that ends in the murder of Sgt. Petersen yields evidence linking Seeley to a major fencing operation. Meanwhile, McCall is forced to make a life altering decision after her fiancee Alex is turned down for a position at UCLA.
While on his mandatory stint on foot patrol, Hunter encounters a ring of sadistic thieves targeting homeless veterans for their Medals of Honor. Meanwhile, McCall catches up with a former lover who is about to move to London.
A man with unwanted psychic abilities pleads to be taken seriously, claiming he can foresee the upcoming victims of a serial killer who is targeting women with successful careers in male-dominated industries.
Hunter and McCall track down a woman who uses her feminine wiles to gather the information needed to mastermind quick-hitting robberies that coincide with the delivery of bearer bonds.
The brother of a convict who just committed suicide in prison holds McCall and her boyfriend captive, demanding they investigate another suspect who may clear his deceased brother's name. Meanwhile, Hunter tries to salvage an arson-murder investigation after the only witness suddenly dies.
A convicted murderer just paroled twenty years into a life sentence seeks revenge on the four high school classmates whose false testimony put him in prison, by systematically hunting down three of them and confessing the plan to the fourth, who is now a priest.
A notorious but unidentified British serial killer resumes his highly-ritualized murders of British prostitutes in Los Angeles, right under the noses of Hunter, McCall, and a frustrated Scotland Yard Inspector.
An assignment to work a robbery-homicide case with Hunter's temporary female partner from three years earlier causes unresolved interpersonal issues between Hunter and McCall to resurface.
A child dies after inhaling fumes from illegally-dumped cyanide. Hunter and McCall work to charge a chemical company with second degree murder.
A mobster's son is forced to silence his accomplices in a computer chip robbery. He discovers that the undercover cop he killed was his half-brother.
Hunter's high school sweetheart has to be put in protective custody, along with her unemployed husband, after they witness a murder.
McCall tries to link the murder of her housekeeper to a psychotic doctor who had been responsible for brutally torturing her and other political dissidents in Latin America.
A teenage boy tries to protect his brother, a drug user who accidentally killed his dealer and stole $200,000 in mob money.
The suspect in the murders of eleven gay men admits to all of the crimes except for one, causing fear that a departmental leak may have spawned a copycat.
Hunter's inexperienced trainee jeopardizes a murder investigation while trying to live up to the expectations of his overbearing father - Hunter's own training officer.
Hunter is told that he is the father of an Amerasian teen accused of killing a car salesman.
Lassiter kidnaps McCall as leverage to free his injured brother. Her life is put at risk when Hunter is forced to kill the brother during an escape attempt.
The leader of a white supremacist group kills two guards during his escape from prison, and plans to lead a $5 million heist. Meanwhile, McCall's beloved training officer resurfaces three years after retirement, lonely and desperate to help solve the case.
Hunter delivers a baby for a runaway from San Diego, who names the girl after him. When the mother is killed, Hunter uncovers a grim conspiracy.
A reformed gang member is killed in a drive-by shooting after learning that his preppy college roommate is doing business with his former gang.
Hunter and McCall are assigned to protect a visiting leader of the Northern Ireland peace movement who is a potential assassination target. He is also the brother of Devane's girlfriend.
A stalker is killing the men in a female radio host's life. Hunter pretends to be her lover in order to catch the killer.