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At Carrie's high school reunion, one of her classmates is murdered and Carrie searches her memories of high school for clues.
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 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.
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.
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)
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.
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 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.
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.
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.