Season 2, Episode 14
Pierce is accused of stalking his girlfriend, putting his mental stability in doubt and his job on the line. Moretti teams up with a Canadian inspector to find the real stalker. The Season 2 finale.
Season 2, Episode 13
Pierce receives a tip that the CIA might be assassinating U.S. citizens, a development that turns more complicated when Pierce's close friend is murdered. Meanwhile, Moretti confronts her trust issues with Donnie.
Lewicki's brother is named a prime suspect in a homicide case. Meanwhile, Lewicki receives a tempting offer, leading him to question Pierce's loyalty to him.
Season 2, Episode 11
Pierce helps an autistic teen who's under interrogation for murder. Elsewhere, Dean Haley tries to recruit a neuroscience prodigy.
Season 2, Episode 10
When Moretti faces criminal charges, Pierce and Donnie (Scott Wolf) set out to clear her name. But conflicting evidence mounts, raising questions about her innocence.
Season 2, Episode 9
Donnie helps a war hero plagued with a neurological disorder, but major consequences follow. Elsewhere, an ex-flame from Pierce's past arrives.
Season 2, Episode 8
A grisly stabbing at a psychiatric hospital is investigated by Pierce, who's guided by his visions of one Sigmund Freud (Judd Hirsch) and comes to believe the hospital holds dark secrets.
Pierce and Moretti must dig into the past to investigate an ailing man's deathbed confession about a hit-and-run murder in 1992.
Season 2, Episode 6
Pierce investigates a defect in a new brain device that controls tremors, but the case takes a murderous turn. Meanwhile, Lewicki learns an important lesson about dating.
Pierce and Moretti venture into virtual reality to investigate the murder of a man who obsessively played a multiplayer online game, causing the line between reality and fantasy to blur even more for Pierce.
Season 2, Episode 4
Pierce investigates abnormal neurological reactions ailing a group of girls. Soon, he uncovers a dark secret that may be at the root of their condition. Elsewhere, Moretti suspects that Pierce may have hidden motives for working on a case without her.
Season 2, Episode 3
Pierce is on the case when a cunning killer commits a series of bizarre public murders, seemingly to send a message about inattentional blindness.
Pierce and Moretti investigate a woman's claims that her husband was abducted by aliens, only to make an alarming discovery. Elsewhere, Pierce's relationship with his girlfriend heats up, but his imaginary girlfriend could threaten the romance.
Season 2 opens with Pierce assigned to determine the mental competency of a man slated to be retried for murder. Unexpected and stunning developments soon mark the trial, which is prosecuted by Moretti's soon-to-be ex-husband.