The team investigates a bomb explosion at a restaurant; Myles tries a new health regimen.
Sue and her mom struggle with different ideas about a perfect Christmas while the gang investigates a series of robberies committed by Santa.
Sue gets called in after a car theft suspect turns out to be deaf and communicates solely through sign language.
Sue cultivates her first FBI informant after Jack and Bobby bust a guy for selling steroids; an office manager is determined to make Myles' life miserable.
Sue and her unit are assigned to protect a visiting dignitary targeted for assassination by terrorists.
Sue's first assignment involves an anonymous bomb threat at a local oil company; Lucy wants Sue to become her roommate.
A deaf woman's ability to read lips gets her a job on the FBI surveillance team.
A deaf woman who is amazingly deft at reading lips vaults from a tedious FBI job to high-risk surveillance of Russian mobsters.
Jack and his team are called in to help the FBI stem a sale of uranium destined for a nuclear bomb.
Sue and Jack investigate mob connection in a murder, and Bobby and Myles watch over Howie.
Sue is called in to help on a case involving a kidnapped deaf college student.
Sue is offered a job as an FBI profiler, and Jack is the victim of identity theft.
The team investigates a bank robbery, and Lucy finds love letters to her grandmother.
The wreckage of a small plane laden with drugs and cash exposes a terrorist plot to attack commercial aircraft.
Sue is taken aback when her friend, Troy, is arrested in conjunction with an armed robbery.
A kidnapping investigation sends Sue undercover to expose a cult and its charismatic leader.
An eleven-year-old boy recovered from the rubble of a bomb-making front holds the key to stopping a terrorist cell from wreaking havoc in Washington.
Jack squares off against a former agent who's out to avenge the suicide of his drug addict daughter.
Sue maintains that an amnesia-stricken British intelligence agent is innocent in the theft of plans for a top-secret missile guidance system.
An investigation into the suspected hazing murder of a senator's son exposes a terrorist murder plot.
An elusive serial killer challenges Sue to find him before he kills again.
An investigation into an amnesia victim's identity uncovers his connection to a British case against a prominent international drug trafficker.
Suspicions that a friend is being abused lead Sue into a murder investigation.
When Sue is placed on an undercover investigation with handsome new agent Tony, Jack is forced to question the newcomer's intentions.
Sue and team track illegal visas and Lucy's cousin visits Sue and Lucy and won't leave.
A man left disfigured in an arson attack by an eco-terrorist faction helps Sue stop the organisation carrying out a dangerous plan.
Sue and team track a missing airplane, and Tara's romance with an actor is interrupted by an old boyfriend.
An actor shadows the team, Sue and Jack try to stop a gun shipment, and Myles and Bobby a suspected terrorist.
Sue cultivates her first FBI informant after Jack and Bobby bust a guy for selling steroids, and an office manager is determined to make Myles' life miserable.
Sue is made a temporary member of the team, despite Myles Leland feeling the FBI is pandering to her, while Lucy is shocked to learn about his philandering behind her back.
Sue Thomas arrives in Washington DC with her new dog Levi to start work as an FBI agent, but it appears that the FBI is not ready to welcome and co-operate with a deaf person.
Sue's first assignment involves an anonymous bomb threat at a local oil company, and Lucy wants Sue to become her roommate.
Sue and her unit are assigned to protect a visiting dignitary targeted for assassination by terrorists. Meanwhile, feeling unappreciated, Lucy considers transferring to another department.
Bobby poses as an Elvis impersonator to expose a drug distribution ring.
Jack and Sue go undercover in a law firm.
When a prisoner suspected of the death of an FBI agent is released, Jack seeks justice.
The Bureau are after a mild mannered economist following the shooting deaths of seven think tank employees.
Dimitrius goes undercover to break an arms smuggling ring that is selling on the black market.
A holocaust survivor asks Sue to help track down the concentration camp guards who murdered her parents.
Jack is accused of racial profiling while working on an investigation into a terrorist cell.
As Bobby sets his sights on solving a bank robbery, Lucy sets out to stop a crooked contractor from taking possession of her elderly grandmother's home.
Bobby is lured back into gambling when he gets the chance to nab a major mob boss.
Sue tries to prove that a mentally ill man accused of murdering a reporter is innocent.
Sue discovers a deaf girl might not be telling the truth about a kidnapping, the team tries to foil a terrorist plot involving poison, and a novelist selects Myles as a research subject for her next book.
Sue and the team are under the gun after determining seemingly random shootings are the work of a serial sniper, Jack tries to match wits with the shooter, and Sue puts a date with David on hold.
Myles goes on mission for justice after discovering his prized painting is a forgery, a routine traffic accident provides clues about a terrorist plot, and Sue encourages Troy to go to art school.
Sue is assigned to track down the killer in a twelve year old case.
After shooting down an armed robber, Tara becomes the target of the dead man's ruthless brother.
Sue clashes with her visiting mum over holiday preparations, leaving her dad and Lucy stuck in the middle, and the FBI probes a series of bank robberies committed by someone dressed as Santa Claus.
Sue and Myles' investigation into the murder of a cab driver takes an unexpected twist, and Jack is sued for accidentally killing a woman's rooster.
A violent criminal escapes from a prison van and heads straight for Washington, DC, and Sue has misgivings about attending a wedding where she would encounter people who made her high-school years miserable.
Bobby's wayward father resurfaces with a surprising proposition, and Sue starts to come to grips with her feelings for Jack until someone from his past reappears.
Sue's lipreading skill lands her on a FBI/DEA task force, but she finds her credibility, and her job are on the line. Meanwhile, Levi falls in love with a Labrador, and might be playing matchmaker for his owner too.
The search for an international terrorist is stepped up when it becomes clear there could be use of the deadly bubonic plague virus.
Jack makes a disturbing discovery involving illicit drug labs after his mentor, a federal judge, is shot, and Sue has difficulty keeping Lucy calm when she becomes suspicious of a man with designs on her widowed mother.
Jack and Sue investigate the disappearance of an armoured truck carrying $2.4 million and its two guards; Sue and Lucy go to a 'deaf club'.
Sue and the team race against time to try to hunt down a dirty bomb that was smuggled into the country; Lucy's sister plans a wedding in Washington, D.C.
Bobby is left with his job on the line when he saves a woman from an attack, and the attacker turns out to be a Sudanese Diplomat with Diplomatic Immunity.
At the threat of a dangerous terrorist striking Washington, Sue and Jack go undercover as newlyweds to help track him down.
Sue is asked to investigate a company on the brink of collapse.
A routine SWAT takedown of a suspected al-Qaida terrorist turns into a potentially deadly ambush for FBI agents, and a close call with a suicide bomb.
After the FBI team's favourite waitress goes missing, Tara and Bobby discover she might have been involved with an Asian gang; Sue and Jack arrest a surprisingly compliant suspect.
A criminal Dimitrius put behind bars for 10 years gets released with revenge in mind against him and his family, prompting the team to afford protection from the stalker.
Sue gets called in after a car theft suspect turns out to be deaf and communicates solely through sign language, and a new supervisor transfers into the unit.