Aired 9 years ago - Jan 31, 2011
Cal takes a wicked pleasure in wiping the arrogant smirk off the face of a computer entrepreneur who Cal believes murdered one of his partners and framed his other partner in order to gain full ownership of a successful social networking site the three created together.
- Thank you for your help.
- You're welcome.
- This is that personal to you, is it?
- Sound like anyone you know?
- You was gonna take it.
- I didn't.
...until the paramedics arrived.
What's he doing here?
I'm guessing you have trust issues.
It's not really a guess...
She had a secret, and you know it.
So you see, Claire didn't turn on me.
She wasn't going to help Kyle.
Not for nothing,
but when I got him in interview...
You got an ax to grind here,
and I understand that...
- ...without my attorneys.
- Then you're screwed, aren't you?
When we were in college, Zach liked this
girl, but he was too shy to talk to her.
No news vans, though.
Little girl making grown-up money.
You're gonna love this one.
Yup. Doing the same thing
over and over again...
Claire was so lucky
to have you in her life.
I'm the one that found her, remember?
You don't know Zach.
It's bound to be perfect.
You're gonna leak those to Wallowski?
Put him away for good?
You know, this kid you had me follow,
he's a bad dude.
Yeah. I got a kid.
I, um, found this at her place.
She would've wanted you to have it.
For the first four sessions,
Claire didn't talk at all.
What's your excuse with me, then?
Your friend takes half,
your lawyers take 5 percent a month.
You hurt a very close friend of mine.
Aired 9 years ago - Jan 24, 2011
After a baby goes missing, the investigation zigzags all over the place until Cal and his team open a massive can of worms, revealing a family completely crippled by their dysfunction.
Aired 9 years ago - Jan 17, 2011
Cal investigates a deadly traffic accident caused by three high school students on a joy ride, and stumbles onto something much bigger.
Now, you wouldn't wanna stand in the way
of justice, would you, Dr. Lightman?
Which is more than I can say
GSW to the chest.
I don't know.
...and the rescue, that's the main event.
But the save...
We're pretty sure your son stole
that SUV, Mrs. Jackson.
You're working for the DA.
But there's one thing that he swears.
You're gonna be okay.
No, it's fine.
She's the reason you got here
quickly as you did.
- I wish you'd hit your head harder.
- I heard that.
One second, you're scared.
The next, you're angry.
Juan Salazar is...
Are you trying to be annoying,
or does it come naturally?
All I know is I killed Juan Salazar. Me.
I didn't run no red light.
FBI too. It's called an Opticom.
- Ilene is always the first on the scene.
- Being a hero.
- So tell us about the crash, then.
- Crash? What crash?
I... Ilene was playing. She was a kid.
Mom turned to yell at her.
- A second later...
- It's red.
A guy in some blurry cell phone
footage somehow caused this accident?
So how many people you got to scrape up
off the pavement to make up for that, then?
Plus, he wants to stick it to you.
Watch you fail all over again.
We both know
I deserve what's coming to me.
Aired 9 years ago - Jan 10, 2011
A wealthy woman asks Cal to check out her new boyfriend when her son discovers a briefcase filled with cash and a notebook in code.
So, what's up?
You gonna let me get that number?
...but don't they tell you
to let your anger out?
I came here to ask the reason
for Dr. Lightman's visit earlier.
Answer his question with another question.
...in the name of good business?
- Should I leave?
- No, I want you to leave.
Right. Well, Wayne, here's to you, then...
The last time Amanda wrote to you
was, uh...? Was it April 10th?
One of the 10 richest racehorse owners
in the world.
And he would get pistachio, one scoop...
...that it would run in the family.
You know, that I'd end up like her.
Why do you wanna give them to us?
I mean, some reveal moments of lucidity,
but most are erratic, incoherent...
So me and him,
we're busting out of here.
- Paint the living room yellow.
- What do you think, you sloppy cow?
You do know that they're keeping you
topped up on drugs, don't you?
Right. Take this down, okay?
You got any painkillers?
I've got a blinding headache.
...and he's turning 47.
...told Em all about this, right?
No. She has no idea about any of this.
Aired 9 years ago - Jan 10, 2011
Emily seeks Cal's help for her friend who is worried about her dad, who has been in a psychiatric facility for 5 years. Cal is immediately suspicious of the facility and puts his own sanity on the line when he gets himself committed so that he can work the case from the inside.
What's...? What is it?
Uh, these are examples
of facial expressions.
You didn't. Noah did.
- George Walker is a good man.
- With a briefcase full of cash.
This reptile just slipped George Walker
an envelope in the park.
the cash he was carrying.
George still keeps pictures of you.
If you have a pre-existing arrangement,
signed and sealed, my hands are tied.
I'm a couple of break points away
from being your dinner date.
Every conversation was a duel.
I mean, talk about exhausting.
- So, what about you?
- It was a bad match.
Sorry. I couldn't hold him off.
- Let's go.
- Oh, no, hang on, lads, seriously. Wait.
Not exciting, but pleasant.
...but the guy I wish was dead
was that lawyer, Dobson, my ex's pit bull.
- Not sorry with her actions.
- And actions speak louder than words.
...but only you are leaning forward.
I'd say you're a lot of different nobodies.
I'm sorry, Noah.
- Oh, thank you.
- I didn't say anything.
Aired 9 years ago - Nov 29, 2010
Cal assists Det. Wallowski investigate the murder of the daughter of a terminally ill friend of hers. Meanwhile, Ria is mugged in a rough neighborhood and goes looking for the guy who did it.
Aired 9 years ago - Nov 22, 2010
Cal goes out of his way to help a woman with early-onset Alzheimer's, who claims a man named Charlie killed her sister, Rose, and now he's after her.
- Are you hurt?
- Take me home. It's not safe.
We brought you here, remember?
Don't you think
this is a matter for the police?
One night, he walked into the
emergency room with a bad stomach...
...and gave me that something
that changed my life.
See, the cops would never have thought
to do that.
Me, I got a teenage daughter who almost
ran over that nice lady last night.
Because if they had, right,
you'd be way more worried.
I mean, her piano, you know.
- What about you, Veronica?
- You love Rose?
your fiancée's sister getting killed...
You got five seconds to get off
this property before I go get my shotgun.
Rose betrayed Veronica.
One Manhattan coming up.
In my house?
Back in 1968, Veronica thought
she was doing the right thing, right?
It's a rose.
Sorry I'm late. I had a meeting, and it ran
over for a couple of minutes, you know.
Someone with an intimate knowledge
Frazier. Why can't I talk to her?
- And you think I'm crazy, right?
- Bonkers, yeah. But that's another story.
Or don't you know for sure?
Playing the role of her husband Burt
when she really needed it.
What do you think doctors are doing
when they put a preemie in an incubator...
You trying to be like me, were you?
Someone you don't need to worry about,
Aired 9 years ago - Nov 15, 2010
Cal goes head-to-head with a cult-like self-help guru, as he tries to free a wealthy woman from his control. As the investigation progresses, Cal starts playing hard-ball when veiled threats are made towards Emily.
Aired 9 years ago - Nov 08, 2010
Cal puts his life on the line when he goes below to investigate an explosion that killed six coal miners. Gillian does a final favor for the FBI in exchange for getting both Cal and the Lightman Group out from under their thumb, once and for all.
Aired 9 years ago - Oct 25, 2010
Ria blames herself when two museum security guards, that she vetted and approved, try to steal a valuable artifact. Both men are shot and killed by another guard, who is devastated that he killed the two men. Meanwhile, Cal becomes involved in a game of cat-and-mouse with a beautiful woman and the man who is stalking her.
Aired 9 years ago - Oct 18, 2010
Cal has a personal interest in an Internal Affairs investigation of a police officer, accused of murdering a gang banger.
Now, why would they be watching you,
do you think, in your humble opinion?
But do me a favor,
save it for the customers, all right?
I need to break out
Make a new name
A prince, where I come from,
is a burden on a taxpayer.
So I bit my lip.
Do you wanna look good or do you wanna
get this right and look even better?
...then you'll give her to me too.
- It's growing on me. Very creative.
- I'm going to Ronnie's house.
there's many different kinds of blindness.
Not that there's anything wrong with that.
I mean, they know the dead guy.
They're all in the same gang together.
Two 9-6s in two days, Suarez.
You need her where she's easier to get to,
Is that right?
Well, if Farr's dirty, Wallowski is dirty.
So, you saw Wallowski
drop Prince John off...
There are two types of dirty. One
is who you are and one happens to you.
...her entire body shifts away from Farr,
and she leaves the room.
You send them to juvie for a Ph.D.
in Criminology or cut them a break?
Nineteen years old.
Suarez is his son.
He's been in the kid's pocket for years.
...and if she's guilty,
she'll betray herself.
That's where you'll find unfiltered emotion,
something she won't be able to hide.
I don't know if I can do this.
He's incredible with his kids.
Aired 9 years ago - Oct 11, 2010
Cal dives head first into the world of beauty pageant teens and their obsessive parents who won't stop pushing them. He strives to mend a broken relationship between a dysfunctional mother and daughter while at the same time, prove a man has been unjustly accused of assault.
- Hey. This is my desk.
- I can't hear you.
How's that? Is that all right?
- I'm here for the pre-interview.
- New procedure before the finals...
Well, he didn't molest that girl.
I can't afford to let it.
You know, he could see that I'd been upset,
you know, that I'd been crying and, um...
- She didn't come to you?
But that in there, that's not pain.
- These are memories from the road, then?
- Then what was the point?
- Each dot represents a micro-expression.
Triumph at losing.
You don't see that every day.
...and if you don't tell the truth,
I may never get her back.
Isn't that right, Megan?
Oh, what, like men
who hide behind their wives, you mean?
You got potential here, darling.
Do you prefer cutting up
or inflicting pain on other people?
Go on, then.
Ashley and Ellen, and now me.
Then you just move on.
Silly cow, eh?
No wonder I never met my dad.
To get her down off the ledge, because,
of course, I didn't have a shrink handy.
How about now? You good? Now?
Talk about it now if you want.
Did you have a bad day?
Aired 9 years ago - Oct 04, 2010
Cal tries to thwart a bank robbery from the inside by forcing his way into the gang, and tries to talk one of the robbers out of seeking revenge for the bank erroneously foreclosing on his home.
...commensurate with the generous advance
Thanks for the heads-up.
Turn back the clock
Give me some time
So I've got the added edge.
Bad news about my accounts,
which you're secretly enjoying.
Even so, I'd call the cops if I were you.
...where my daughters go to school,
which classes they take.
You're gonna do something insane
to help that bank guard.
- Hey, run this for me, would you?
If by that, you mean Agent Reynolds...
Have a nice life.
What's he up to in there then?
You can read lips.
Oh, well, odds are, you know,
they're still cellmates on the outside.
- I got a feeling this is gonna be your last.
- Well, up yours then.
Therapy helps, so much so
that he doesn't need it anymore.
And you just expect the rest of us to
follow behind you and clean up after you.
You talk too much.
Anybody tell you that?
Wrote the report on Henry Allen Miller
when I was in my first trimester.
But he has these eyes
that look right through you.
He wrote me letters.
I'll meet you at the diner.
I'll even buy you breakfast.
Her life depends on it.
Everyone on the ground! Face down!
...to try to straighten it out,
I was treated like a second-class citizen.
- Put the weapon down, Salinger.
- Drop your weapon.
Well, someone is gonna die today...
...but I really don't think
that I can be held accountable...
The Lightman Group was built
on my sweat.