Conclusion. While Linda Palmer holds a wounded Tyler (Angela Featherstone) captive, Rinaldi is arrested for the rape-murders, even though he has alibis for two of them. Parker: Scott Sowers. Michael: Josh Hartnett. Fitz: Robert Pastorelli.
A cop is killed in a dark warehouse as he and his partner are responding to a 911 call; Judith tells Fitz that she's pregnant. Part 1 of two. Tyler: Angela Featherstone. Parker: Scott Sowers. Michael: Josh Hartnett. Judith: Carolyn McCormick.
Fitz probes the murder of a 15-year-old girl whose body was found at the estate of a movie producer. Robbie Coltrane, who played Fitz in the British "Cracker" series, guest stars as the producer. Emory: Richard Bradford. Vickers: Stanley Kamel. Diego: Josh Cruze. Fitz: Robert Pastorelli.
A rich teen who'd been dancing with a mechanic (Joel Bissonnette) is murdered in a restroom during an all-night rave. Spencer: Peter Sarsgaard. Cathy: Amy Hargreaves. Amy: Amber Benson. Christopher: Justin Urich. Lance: Acryk Egan. Martina: Lillian Hurst.
Conclusion. Racial politics complicates the search for the sniper, who aims very close to home. Meanwhile, Fitz asks Judith for a divorce. Tisha: Lorraine Toussaint. Sophia: Anne Betancourt. Ronnie: Serling Macer Jr. Keller: Beau Billingslea.
While a sniper is killing women, Fitz is sniping at Tyler, who's dating a K-9 officer (Christopher Stanley). Part 1 of two. Tisha: Lorraine Toussaint. Sophia: Anne Betancourt. Tyler: Angela Featherstone. Watlington: Robert Wisdom.
A stripper (Heather McComb) is murdered by a middle-aged man who had ogled her earlier that evening---and who had been laid off from his job earlier that day. Johnny Midnight: Vyto Ruginis. Leanne: Tess Harper. Ramona: Shelli Lether.
A caller seems to be stalking a radio phone-in-show hostess (Grace Phillips) on the air, but Fitz smells a ratings ploy. Then her “stalker” is killed. Jeffrey: Justin Louis. Gordon: Joshua Schaefer. Simon: John DiMaggio. Shepherd: Don McManus. Tyler: Angela Featherstone. Fitz: Robert Pastorelli.
A waitress (Lisa Blount) who regularly picked up guys at a seedy bar picks up one too many. But her 15-year-old son (William Lee Scott), who finds her body, is the suspect. Toby Foster: Ted Marcoux. Dan Green: Lee Tergesen. Jack: David Warshofsky.
Fitz is betting that a young man (Jamie Harrold) and his new girlfriend (Boti Bliss), who together killed a drug dealer, will kill again. Leary: Jack Blessing. Cormack: Raymond Cruz. Sandy: Jennifer McComb. Tina's Father: Dennis Creaghan.
When a newborn is kidnapped all the evidence points to a man as the perpetrator---but Fitz doesn't think so. Luis: Diego Wallraff. Anna Bravo: Elpidia Carrillo. Gloria: Maricela Ochoa. Hector: Efrain Figueroa. Neighbor: Rolando Molina. Juana: Betty Carvalho.
A woman is stabbed to death on a train, but the prime suspect (Adewale Akinnuoye 'Agabaje), whose clothes were covered with blood, says he has amnesia. Wheeler: Matt Molloy. Wheeler Sr.: Keene Curtis. Tyler: Angela Featherstone. Watlington: Robert Wisdom. Fitz: Robert Pastorelli.
“True Romance, Part 2.” A gifted psychology student hopes to gain Fitz's attention by becoming a serial killer. Gerry “Fitz” Fitzgerald: Robert Pastorelli. Judith Fitzgerald: Carolyn McCormick. Michael Fitzgerald: Josh Hartnett.
“True Romance.” In Part 1 of two, Fitz tries to track down a serial killer who's obsessed with him. But it's only a matter of time before she strikes again. Fitz's home life also takes a turn for the worse when his wife, Judith, considers asking him for a divorce; and his son, Michael (Josh Hartnett), finds it difficult to relate to his troubled father. Lorraine Toussaint, Fab Filippo, Loren James, Vince Vieluf, Mariska Hargitay. Nina: Sarah Paulson. Judith Fitzgerald: Carolyn McCormick.