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Bombs AwayNow that Sue is an official member of the team, Jack is beginning to train her and he's got the perfect case to start with: a anonymous bomb threat against an old F.B.I agent.
A Place Called HomeAnthony's condition takes a turn for the worse, but Grace won't accept that he's going to die; Mike can't find the words to tell Sully about the miscarriage.
Lead Me NotMarjorie arrives with a group of prohibitionists; Jake thinks that Hank's after Teresa and goes on a bender.
Elizabeth Stanton's Great Big World
MEDIEVAL ADVENTURE"Award-winning teen hostess Elizabeth Stanton and her celebrity friends Jennifer Veal and Lucas Cruikshank take a huge step back in time to the Middle Ages! They’ll be trained in battle by a fearless knight, meet the mighty steeds, and participate in a royal Spanish festival and tournament!"
Elizabeth Stanton's Great Big World
HIGH FLYING ADVENTURES"Award-winning teen hostess Elizabeth Stanton flies the friendly skies with her celebrity friends Rob Pinkston, Jennifer Veal and Lucas Cruikshank in this episode dedicated to air travel! Get a real bird’s eye view from the seat of a seaplane, an F-16 fighter jet and Goodyear’s Spirit of America!"
The TriggerMonica must pose as a cop so she uncover the truth and save a hurting family.
In Too DeepPresent: M.E. is forced to reexamine her views on capital punishment when Glenn arranges for her to witness the execution of a man convicted of a rape-murder and to write a column on her emotional reaction to the event. When Davis comes home to Birmingham to protest the execution, he clashes with Collar and M.E. on the topic and tensions run high in the family. After visiting the prison and speaking with the mother of the victim and the mother of the man on death row, M.E. writes a column which reveals that she has completely changed her point of view on capital punishment. She reconciles with Davis before he returns to Wisconsin. Rene represents a student who was kicked off a university women's volleyball team because she violated the athletic code of conduct by working as a stripper to pay her tuition. When she proves in court that male athletes who had also violated the code of conduct were not punished in the same manner, Rene is successful in obtaining a reinstatement to the team and monetary damages for her client based on a finding of gender discrimination. Past: Feeling totally taken for granted, Catherine O'Brien leaves home for a few days to stay with a friend. After a few days of doing all of her chores, M.E. and Teresa mount a successful campaign for her return by enlisting Matthew's cooperation in showing their appreciation and helping out around the house. Sara and Catherine make beautiful dresses for their daughters for the Freshman Prom.
Do OverA haunted morgue at Jim's hospital begins to scare the staff.
How to Make a Killing in Big Business: Part 2Allison resigns at the DA's office when she's lured by a fellow psychic to work at a formidable corporation.
Under the WeatherIt's storming in Boston, and for the past eighteen hours, rescue workers have been searching the National Forest for three 10-year-old boys who are missing. The team from the morgue is called upon when a body is found in a nearby well. Though Macy (Miguel Ferrer) orders a flu stricken Jordan (Jill Hennessy) home to bed she can't help but pursue one last lead to find the missing boys, a lead that traps her deep within an abandoned mine.
Judgment DayJordan's (Jill Hennessy) investigation of a deceased inmate leads her to question the appalling conditions of the prison's health care system. Forced to work in tandem with tabloid reporter J.D. Pollack (Charles Mesure, "Lost"), Jordan and Nigel (Steve Valentine) struggle to shift off the specter of neglect onto a specific health care company by bringing the atrocities of the prison's infirmary to the public's eye.
TornRush and the team reopen their oldest case to date when they investigate the 1919 death of a young suffragette. Frances May Stone was a young girl living in a world that gave women few rights, something she wanted to change by any means necessary.
Maps and LegendsA murdered body washes ashore in the Hamptons, and Carrie and Al travel to help solve the case.
Can I Get a Witness?"ROSELYN SANCHEZ and BILL O'REILLY guest star."
Fatal RetractionA recently discovered body calls into question a police investigation, and as a result, a dangerous man may be released.
Standards and PracticesA Hollywood producer dies in his hot tub, but can Priority Homicide prove its murder? Meanwhile, an anonymous complaint threatens Brenda's career.
Cause For AlarmEli's new client is very rich and very paranoid because of a ghost.
Head Over HeelsThe Headless Horseman from the Legend of Sleepy Hollow is haunting Melinda.
The Best Laid Plans"The murder of a wealthy woman with terminal cancer."
Lovesick Blues"Rayna reconsiders things after hearing Teddy's side of the story; Juliette finds an unexpected sense of belonging with Sean's family; Gunnar confesses his feelings; Deacon and Avery are each offered opportunities."
Death Row TipAlicia has thirty-six hours to stop an execution so another client isn't convicted of murder, and the investigation into Will continues.
A Stand-Up TripleWhen a hot mom-on-the-prowl witness is having problems with her brood, Mary soon finds herself playing babysitter to three difficult kids.
BEAUTY BURGLARSCagney and Lacey lead an investigation into a series of robberies at exclusive beauty salons committed by assailants posing as the police.
HIGH STEELAfter a former co-worker falls to his death at a construction site, Harvey disagrees with the conclusion that his death is accidental and joins Mary Beth to investigate.