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Carrie and the team investigate the possibility that a family man turned assassin may have been mind controlled. During the investigation, the M.O.is linked to previous killings.
When Carrie and Elliott are attending a party sponsored by the mayor, a group of criminals seizes control of the building, and demand a hefty ransom. It is up to Carrie to thwart their plans by playing from the Die Hard book.
A murdered body washes ashore in the Hamptons, and Carrie and Al's boss offers them a "paid vacation" in his beautiful Southampton cottage, in order to help local law enforcement find the killer, who may or may not be related to a previous serial killer.
Carrie catches an elusive assassin but then is forced to trust the woman when it is revealed she has vital information that could prevent a terrorist attack on New York City.
Al and Carrie are asked by the NYPD's Major Crimes division to help solve the kidnapping of a young girl. The case has the same M.O. as two recent kidnappings, one of which resulted in the death of the child.
A parolee Al helped put in jail is murdered and Internal Affairs targets him as the prime suspect in the case. Meanwhile, Carrie conducts an off-the-books investigation to prove Al is innocent.
Carrie and Al hunt for a recently paroled criminal who may be responsible for a defense attorney's death and who may also be out to settle other scores.
At Carrie's high school reunion, one of her classmates is murdered and Carrie searches her memories of high school for clues.
Captain Russo is suspected of murder and Carrie and Al begin a game of cat and mouse with a crooked cop.
When a murdered scientist turns out to be Dr. Eugene Lustig, the man who helped Carrie understand her gift, she sets out to find the other study subjects in the hopes of uncovering something that will help her solve the case.
Carrie and Al pose as a married couple to catch a killer who may be responsible for a series of unsolved homicides that Al investigated years earlier.
When Major Crimes learns that the next target for a group of bank robbers is in Manhattan, Carrie goes undercover as an explosives expert hoping to not only thwart the robbery, but also to catch the mastermind behind robberies: a man named Kilborn who has never been seen.
Carrie and Al look into the poisoning of businessman Scott Dirkson, who was found dead in his upscale hotel room. The investigate soon reveals a more sinister plot which could endanger the life of a visiting dignitary.
Al and Carrie investigate the murder of an Afghan cab driver who was also a government informant. How he was kiled suggests that somone from the U.S. Military was involved.
Carrie and Al agree to transport the star witness in a high profile securities fraud case to Miami, only to find out that due to health issues, the witness cannot fly and must be driven the entire way.
After Major Crimes links the murders of a deli employee and a computer hacker, Carrie goes undercover to get close to a French securities dealer who may be behind the murders.
A cold case gets a hot lead and Carrie and Al pursue two con artists.
Season 3 begins with Carrie and Al working with the Secret Service on a murder investigation. The probe uncovers a counterfeiting ring that is run by an assassin.
Carrie and Al's investigation into the death of a college dropout takes a surprising turn when they discover he had been living in an off-the-grid community on an abandoned island near Manhattan.
Eliot is forced to face his past and current demons when one of his oldest friends, who was a campaign manager for a mayoral candiate, is murdered.
A quick mart robbery goes wrong and a tabloid cameraman is killed, but Carrie and Al discover is it a cover-up for something bigger.
Carrie conducts a secret investigation when Homeland Security takes over a bombing case from Major Crimes and concludes that it is tied to terrorism. Meanwhile, Joanne makes friends with Cherie's daughter Maya.
The murder of an urban explorer leads Carrie and Al to search for the killer, but discover clues the victim was following to locate a treasure hidden under the streets of New York.
Carrie and Al investigate when a championship boxer is beaten to death. The probe focuses on the victim's past and why he apparently didn't defend himself or fight his attacker.
A reporter who broke a scandalous story about the director of the NSA is murdered. Meanwhile, Simms returns to assist Carrie and Al reconnects with an old girlfriend.
The murder of a CEO leads Carrie and Al to dig into the secrets of students and faculty at an elite prep school where the victim's child attended.
A TV star is murdered in his dressing room, and the investigation plunges Carrie and Al into the disturbing world of celebrity obsession.
A city official is murdered and Carrie recognizes the victim as someone she played poker with at an underground casino. She then puts her career on the line by admitting her illegal activities and volunteering to go back to the tables undercover.
The murder of an architect leads the Major Crimes team to Atlantic City.
When a young man is found dead in an expensive sports car he was delivering to a diplomat, each clue leads Carrie and Al to yet another possible motive for the murder. ( TV14-D, L, V)
Carrie receives a phone call at the station from a man saying that he will kill someone in 16 minutes. She assumes it to be another prank the team is playing on her until he admits to killing someone the day before in New Jersey. Carrie is able to determine the location from background noise but the team arrives too late as a second man is killed.
This begins a back and forth battle of wills between the two while the team rushes to find a connection between the two dead men. In the meantime, Carrie plays the sniper's game in the hopes of avoiding further deaths.
Carrie and the team are called to investigate the death of a high school girl who seemingly committed suicide by throwing herself off a roof. Meanwhile Carrie tries to reconnect with her Aunt Edie, a famous blues singer, who has come to town on business hoping for some clues from her aunt concerning the murder of her sister.moreless
The son of a prominent scientist is kidnapped, but the investigation reveals a deeper plot for revenge.
Season 3 ends with Carrie being unable to utilize her perfect memory after an assassin slips her a potentially fatal dose of poison that attacks her brain. Al and the team desperately search for an antidote.
A young man dies in a haunted house attraction and Carrie and Al investigate, finding a world of high-stakes video games and, in the process, hi-tech corporate espionage.
Carrie and Al must find the connection between a murdered Coast Guard officer, an explosion on a chartered boat that killed a famous chef and a missing block of C-4.
Carrie and Al travel to Syracuse to confront a suspect, when a murder takes place that resembles that of her sister's.
The discovery of a young ironworker's body at a site with a series of recent thefts leads the team to investigate the underbelly of the construction business, including the victim's possible ties to organized crime and involvement in the thefts.
Carrie and Al investigate the murder of a high-end matchmaking service employee and discover the victim had many secrets. As they uncover each one, the suspect list grows longer.
An aerospace engineer is murdered and suspects abound. The investigation reveals a secret project she was working on.
Carrie and Al are confused when a murder victim suddenly appears in an empty ballpark, and determining cause of death.
When Carrie's latest case is stalled by the influence of a powerful family, she then receives assistance from a lawyer who may be behind a series of sniper attacks.
Walter Morgan unexpectedly turns up dead, Carrie must work hard to locate his killer while in order to clear her name as she's the prime suspect.
The team investigates the death of well known ghost hunter Peter Suderman, who was killed in an abandoned hospital where he was working on a project. As they check through Peter's client list, they find that his death is likely linked to a horrific discovery he made at the residence of a client.moreless
A young jazz prodigy is shot and killed and the team investigate the underbelly of the jazz scene.
When investigating on a gang related crime scene suddenly gunfire goes off and a second murder occurs. Al and Carrie have to go through hundreds of bystanders to find out who is responsible for the killings.
Carrie and Al are forced into a situation when a father of a suspect who Roe shot and killed takes the Queens PD, including Nina, hostage in a desperate plea for justice.
A hotel maid is accused of murdering a guest who allegedly tried to rape her. Carrie holds the key to deciding if the maid is the victim or the murderer.
When a college sophomore is found murdered in a fraternity house, the investigation soon focuses on the pledge master who kicked him out and who is shown in a video abusing his pledges in a way that could be construed as hazing. When Carrie is invited to one of their parties, she attends but soon finds herself in a dangerous situation.moreless
Carrie and Al must understand the mind of a deranged conspiracy theorist before setting off bombs in New York.
When Al's former partner and good friend, Det. Jim Kelly, is gunned down and another officer shot outside the bowling alley where the Police Leagues were playing, the investigation soon reveals that Jim may have been a dirty cop. Al refuses to believe it and Carrie and the team support him and dig deeper into Jim's work. What they undercover suggests another scenario may be in play.moreless
Carrie and Al investigate the murder of a public defender. They soon find out that the killer has bigger plans that may include a second death.
The murder of a former colleague and flame allows former police Detective Carrie Wells to use her rare ability to remember her past to catch the killer.
With a major storm brewing, Carrie and Al arrest a mobster and his accountant for a killing a girl found dead on the beach. With all communication down due to the storm, they take cover at a mostly-abandoned precinct.
A young boy witness a murder and Carrie has to put aside the memories of her past to help the boy remember the killer.
Carrie's estranged husband, Eddie, joins forces with Major Crimes to track a meth crew that appears to be involved in more nefarious activities than dealing drugs.
Carrie's memory becomes crucial when a crime scene is destroyed by an explosion, moments after she catches a glimpse of the room.
Carries loyalties are tested as she investigates a murder case involving her boyfriend's mob associates.
Carrie and Al scramble to find a key witness in a murder trial who vanished before being able to testify. The judge has given police only 48 hours to produce her otherwise the case against the defendant will be dismissed in its entirety.
When a single dad is killed, Carrie races to find both the killer and the man's daughter. While try to piece together information from her mother about her sister's murder.
Carrie's is put to the test when she has to solve a crime with no victim. A New York socialite goes missing; is it a publicity stunt or murder?