Episode 412, "Knuckle Up" Today 12|11c
SEASON 4, EPISODE 412 - In 2005, a brilliant, driven honors student, James Hoffman (Marshall Allman), who was destined for the best colleges, went missing. Now, his sister finds a video clip on the Internet of James getting brutally beaten and shows it to Rush and Valens, who reopen the investigation into James' disappearance. They learn that he had secretly become a member of a "fight club" of overstressed rich kids looking for a thrill. Unfortunately, they find James dead--but he didn't die because of the fight in the video, and Rush and the team must track down a much more surprising culprit.
SEASON 4, EPISODE 413 - Rush and Scotty reopen a 1998 accidental death case when new evidence suggests that it may have been murder. The investigators enter the picture-perfect world of the wealthy Williams clan but soon discover that no family is perfect, especially not this one. The once-gorgeous matriarch, Lauren Williams (Donna Mills - "Knots Landing"), was stranded at her ex-husband's home during a snowstorm, along with her two children. However, when morning came, she was found face down in the swimming pool, and it was deemed an accidental death at the time. Armed with new evidence today, however, Rush and Scotty uncover family intrigue concerning money, sex and power.
SEASON 4, EPISODE 414 - When a wealthy white teen and a struggling black teen from very different towns were murdered at the same exact time of day in 2002, no one made a connection. But now, Miller, who was an undercover cop at the time, realizes that the killings may be related, and she persuades Rush to reopen the cases. The black boy may have gotten himself into a turf war with drug dealers, and the white girl is initially believed to have been taking methamphetamines in order to continue being an overachiever. The tragic truth about how these two young people were connected, however, is much more shocking. Songs by multiple Grammy Award-winning band U2 are featured throughout the episode.
SEASON 4, EPISODE 415 - When evidence of a pipe bomb is found in a suburban home during renovations, Rush reopens the case of a married couple killed in 1981 in what was termed an accidental gas leak explosion at the time. As she digs into the history of the couple and their friends, Rush learns that, ten years earlier, they had all been linked by their opposition to the Vietnam War. But secret feelings and illegal activities led to a rift between the friends, and Rush must sort out who may have placed the bomb in the couple's kitchen after a tumultuous ten-year reunion. Meanwhile, Stillman tries to remember his parenting skills while caring for his visiting grandson. Songs by legendary musician Bob Dylan are featured throughout the episode.