Episode 404, "Baby Blues" Tomorrow 6|5c
SEASON 4, EPISODE 404 - Charged with the emotional task of finding an infant's killer, Rush reopens a 1982 case involving a female baby who died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome under suspicious circumstances. She starts her investigation with the only people who were with the baby on the morning of her death: the parents. First, Rush persuades the father to admit to not wanting the child, his second. Then, the mother confesses that she felt overstressed with the demands of a new baby, along with being a working mother. Their older child, who was only 6 years old at the time of his sister's death, hardly remembers what happened that night but somehow believes that he had something to do with it. Meanwhile, Ray (recurring guest star Brennan Elliott) enters Rush's life again.
SEASON 4, EPISODE 405 - Rush mixes pleasure with business when her boyfriend, Joseph (recurring guest star Kenneth Johnson), asks her to reopen a 2003 case involving an autistic boy named Brent Harding (Cole Peterson) who witnessed his parents' murder. Brent's photographic memory and his inability to lie lead Rush to a series of clues and suspects, including Brent's sister, who lied about where her brother was on the night of the murders, a bully at school and a corrupt school administrator. Now, Rush and the team must decipher which facts are real and which could possibly be figments of Brent's imagination.
SEASON 4, EPISODE 406 - When the 1958 suicide of a celebrated Philadelphia disc jockey is discovered to have actually been a murder, Rush and the team must find the truth of this public persona's private life by decoding a message hidden in his final broadcast. The list of suspects includes the DJ's ex-wife, who inherited his estate, a young musician who was starved for his attention and a man who believed that the DJ got his young daughter pregnant. Meanwhile, Scotty again attempts to reach out to his estranged older brother, Mike (recurring guest star Nestor Carbonell).
SEASON 4, EPISODE 407 - A case that Jeffries worked on when he was a rookie in 1979 is reopened when evidence is found near the original location of the female victim's body. Jeffries made a promise to the woman's daughter to find her mother's killer and now, armed with new evidence, he is more determined than ever to close the case and bring the murderer to justice. The evidence includes a jacket belonging to the victim and car keys that could not have been hers, because she did not know how to drive. Among the suspects are the victim's husband, her ex-lover and her daughter. Now, Jeffries must go back 27 years and retrace his steps--but as a more experienced detective.