RAG 111: Hands
RAG 112: Trees
While Don and his team are faced with trying to capture a 30-year-old teacher (Dickens) and her 17-year-old boyfriend/student (Gallagher) who are on a violent cross-country crime spree, one of their own gets caught in the crossfire, on part one of a two-part. Lou Diamond Phillips ("La Bamba") returns as Agent Ian Edgerton. Kim Dickens ("Deadwood") and David Gallagher ("7th Heaven") guest star on this episode.
302B: Two Daughters
The FBI faces a stand off with Crystal who refuses to let Megan go unless the FBI releases her boyfriend (David Gallagher) in exchange. During the wait, however, Megan manages to get Crystal to open up about her motive, which triggers a violent reaction and puts Megan in even more danger. Lou Diamond Phillips ("La Bamba") returns as Agent Ian Edgerton. Kim Dickens ("Deadwood") and David Gallagher ("7th Heaven") guest star.
304: The Mole
As Charlie's mathematical analysis reveals that the victim's death was no mere accident, Don grapples with the possibility of a leak in the Department of Justice. Meanwhile, Colby is caught trying to protect his old military buddy who has come under suspicion in the case, causing Don to question Colby's loyalty.
When a father driving with his two children is gunned down on the freeway, Megan is puzzled when she can't find a specific pattern to the suspect's behavior and goes to Charlie for some insight. But as additional freeway incidents occur, Don uncovers an unlikely clue that may lead them to the killer.
As Charlie digs deeper into the victim's life and discovers an elaborate gambling scheme, he realizes he has only uncovered part of the crime. Soon, he discovers a connection to a third party sending the case in a whole other direction. Aya Sumika ("The O.C.") begins her recurring role as agent Liz Warner, Don's former trainee.
208: The Last Word
209: Lessons Learned
210: Sex, Birth, Death
211: Profiler, Profiled
212: No Way Out
215: Fear And Loathing
207: Bed One
When a heat wave hits the city, Alex is appointed Trauma Team Leader as the hospital is faced with an influx of patients during a blackout. With no back-up power available, Dawn and Charlie must figure out a way to continue their surgery as Joel and Maggie attempt to keep a patient alive while stuck in an elevator.
When Alex and Joel end up stranded in the middle of nowhere with a severely injured couple, they’re forced to use only what’s around them to stabilize the pair until paramedics arrive. Meanwhile, back at Hope Zion, Charlie must try to save the wounded leg of his former college roommate as Gavin attempts to help Shahir improve his bedside manner.
319: No Promises
When gunmen hold Team One at bay from a bus crash, Spike learns his Mentor Oliver may be connected. In a game of cat and mouse, SRU tracks a team of criminals who are working with Oliver. Parker and the team believe that this rogue cop is part of the bus crash caper, but Spike insists that he must be involved for other reasons. The team gets called in to assist at the crash site when shooting breaks out. They investigate, and track the bus driver back to a drug ring. Spike's old mentor turns out to be protecting his family.
While on a date, Jules and paramedic Steve discover a hostage situation in progress at a neighborhood restaurant. SRU is called in, and work to take down the gunman as Jules and Steve remain inside the restaurant trying to diffuse the situation. They discover the shooter (Davis) is a paranoid schizophrenic and believes a terrorist owns the restaurant. Originally thinking he was acting on his own, the team eventually discovers that it is Davis’ social worker who has brainwashed him into killing the alleged terrorists. Steve is shot in the melee. Jules and the wounded Steve, who have known each other since college, break up at the hospital.[Steve also appears in episodes 303 and 304].