Episode 418, "A A Dollar" Fri, Apr 24, 1|12c
SEASON 4, EPISODE 418 - In 1999, a suburban mom, Marlene Bradford (Paula Malcomson), lost her house after her husband died and, possessing very few street smarts, she was forced to live in her station wagon with her daughters, ages 9 and 14. Now, an environmental group finds Marlene's car--with her decomposed body in it--at the bottom of a lake. She had been shot. After her disappearance, her daughters were placed with separate families and lost touch. Rush and the team must glean enough facts from the girls' memories to determine who murdered their mother. Meanwhile, despite Stillman's orders to the contrary, Jeffries tries to track down the trucker who killed Jeffries' wife in a hit-and-run.
SEASON 4, EPISODE 419 - A man claims responsibility for pushing a sex offender off a building and promises to systematically kill another person every day. Twenty years ago, his six-year-old son was raped and murdered, and now he intends to execute one registered sex offender every day until Rush's team can find the culprit in his son's killing.
SEASON 4, EPISODE 420 - An anonymous confession to the killing of a 16-year-old girl is found in a modern art exhibit. As a result, Rush and the team are forced to enter the complicated, emotional and vicious world of high school cheerleading in order to solve the murder.
SEASON 4, EPISODE 421 - Rush and the team reopen their oldest case to date when they investigate the 1919 death of a young suffragette. Frances May Stone (Erin Cahill) was a young girl living in a world that gave women few rights, something she wanted to change by any means necessary.