Wednesday 10:00 PM on Global Premiered Sep 01, 2010 Between Seasons



User Score: 106

Episode Guide


  • Season 1
    • She Had You Fooled
      Episode 13
      A woman’s body, with multiple stab wounds, wrapped in plastic, is found floating in the ocean. The extent of her injuries suggests a rage killing, making it very likely that the victim knew her attacker.
    • Key With No Lock
      Episode 12
      A 14-year-old girl discovers her mother, brutally murdered, and Ben Sullivan suspects her estranged older brother may have had something to do with it.
    • Finding the Boy
      Episode 11
      A Punjabi wedding celebration comes to a murderous close when two professional hit men open fire on the groom and guests, then abduct the couple’s baby.
    • 11/10/10
      Detectives re-open a closed case of a girl's body found near the river, after the girl's sister confesseses to seeing her father drop something near the site of where the body was found.
    • In The Dark
      Episode 8
      Detectives investigate the rape-murder of a sixty-seven year old woman.
    • 10/27/10
      Ben and Amy are each having a voluntary counseling session with Ryan following a shooting incident at the station, which resulted in some serious injuries and some fatalities. Two prisoners in lock-up were being transferred to jail when the incident occurred. The instigator of the incident was one of the prisoners, a drugged up Jimmy Tapert, who had a long rap sheet and was in custody for a pharmacy hold-up and shooting. The other prisoner was Paul Keefer, who was in custody for fatally beating up a fourteen year old boy named Glen Mason in a street fight. Although Paul may have dealt the fatal blow, Vina discovered that Glen had a long history of physical abuse against him which were the underlying causes of his death. Two other outsiders in the station at the time of the incident were Glen's angry mother, Colleen Mason, who continually vented her anger against Paul, and Nick, who, despite stating that he was there to cover a story, was probably there more to see Amy. As Amy relates her side of the story to Ryan, she admits her true feelings about Nick. And as Ben relates his story, Ryan determines that what others in the station may have seen as acts of his bravado were in fact more of his blackouts. In his heart, Ben fears that one of those blackouts may have resulted in some of the deaths, especially of one who was basically a good person despite the situation.moreless
    • Where's The Line
      Episode 6
      Eighteen year old Mark Sims is found shot to death in a dumpster. He has a petty crime sheet along with a friend named Rick Baker. Rick's father tells Ben and Amy about a cache of money of which Rick recently came into possession. Ben and Amy tie the case to gunshots and a robbery at an after hours club. TC approves an undercover operation at the club. While undercover, one of Ben's alter egos, Harry, appears, placing himself and Amy on tenuous ground. Ultimately, "Harry" befriends the club's owner, a wealthy German immigrant named Karl Alvert. Karl, a leading suspect in Mark's death, is a devoted father who will do anything for his son, Stephan. With Harry's position as "friend", Ben and Amy are able to work both sides of the investigation, but not always with success. Meanwhile, Terry and Holl investigate a possible upcoming murder when the proprietor of a satirical "hitman" website tells of a woman named Cynthia Klein, who has emailed him asking that he arrange for the murder of her husband.moreless
    • 9/8/10
      Ella's mood swings trigger the appearance of "Harry", another alter of Ben. Meanwhile, the murder of a heart surgeon relates to the death of a woman with recent heart surgery.
    • 9/1/10
      When Ben Sullivan and his new partner Amy Lynch work their first case, shots are fired and the SIU investigates.
    • Unaired Pilot
      After a shooting, a baby is kidnapped. Kyle tries to keep his alter egos in check, especially Jack who is looking for trouble.
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