Episode 420, "Stand Up And Holler" Wed, Sep 24, 6|5c
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.
SEASON 4, EPISODE 422 - Rush and the other detectives delve into the world of the Russian Mob when they reopen a 2005 case involving the murder of a longshoreman who innocently got in the middle of a profitable human trafficking ring. Multiple Emmy Award nominee Meredith Baxter ("Family Ties") recurs as Ellen Rush. Academy Award nominee Andy Garcia ("The Godfather: Part III," "Ocean's Thirteen") directed the episode.
SEASON 4, EPISODE 423 - When a nurse confesses to the mercy killings of six patients, the detectives reopen a 1998 case involving a terminally ill man who suspiciously died months before anticipated. But after finding out that the patient left a note with a mysterious female name on it, and that he had been having serious family problems, Rush and the team explore other suspects. Meredith Baxter recurs as Ellen Rush.