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Sue Thomas, a deaf woman with an extraordinary ability to read lips, moves to Washington, D.C to begin her new job as a F.B.I agent. However when she arrives she finds out that the job is not as exciting as she would have hoped.
The episode was rated 8.00 from 16 votes.
After Bobby saves a woman from an attack, Bobby realizes the attacker is a Sudanese Diplomat. The Sudanese Diplomat has Diplomatic Immunity. Bobby tries to talk the Diplomat into not pressing charges, which will cause Bobby to lose his job. Sue & the team now need to try to help Bobby keep his job. Sue is asked to find how the woman in the hospital is her connection to the Diplomat. Garrett tells the team that Bobby will be charged under The Foreign Officials Act Of 1978. Sue & Jack to check a shipment from Sudan Jack, Sue & Bobby find the shipment is slaves from Sudan. Darcy brings forensic Evidence to help them solve the case. Andre Roga tells Sue that she saved $2000 to buy her sister back.
The episode was rated 7.90 from 10 votes.
Dimitrius gets word that someone he put behind bars 10 years ago, begins stalking him. Dimitrius can't recall why he put Jed behind bars. Mrs. Gans says someone told her she and Dimitrius make a good couple. Lucy needs help in trying to prove that she was set up to cause a ding to Dr. Elliot's car. Jed Whitaker continues to stalk Dimitrius and his family. While he questions if he should quit the FBI. Lucy takes the paint of the doctor's car to find out if Lucy caused the ding.
The episode was rated 7.79 from 14 votes.
The FBI wants a deaf car thief as an informant. Sue must try to win his trust by talking to him through sign language.
The episode was rated 7.75 from 16 votes.
The gang gets word of another shooting making this attack the third one in two days. Jack tells Sue that he was a Sniper before working for the FBI. Sue then gives Jack a report that tells only about the barrel of the gun used but not the type of gun used. Just as Jack goes to rest he learns the Mayor was shot. When Jack gives a press conference he gets the idea to make himself a target in hopes catching the sniper. Sue goes to the dance with David, but Jack doesn't want Sue to worry about the case.
The episode was rated 7.70 from 10 votes.
Ted Garrett asks Sue to figure out some guys are saying he later shows what might happen if Strontium were used inside buildings. Evelyn helps identify the suspect, when the team finds him they learn he is dying because he was exposed to Radiation. Terrell Banks tells Sue he was protecting his brother. The team goes to Professor John Taylor office and learns he has planted a bomb. Jack handcuffed John Taylor to the stairs.
The episode was rated 7.58 from 12 votes.
Bobby's biological father, who's in jail, has to help the FBI foil would-be safe crackers. Meanwhile, Jack has a mild heart attack, and Sue learns about Allie, Jack's former flame.
The episode was rated 7.50 from 10 votes.
Myles takes part in what he thinks is a normal SWAT takedown of a suspect but turns deadly as Americans become a part of the takedown. Myles must try and deal with what happend. Sue now tries to find the leak which may take her to the Senate!
The episode was rated 7.30 from 10 votes.
Lucy & Sue go to a deaf club & Sue runs into an old friend. Jack & the gang try to find 2.4 million dollars that is missing. The FBI is looking for Nancy Jeter's husband. Sue and Lucy learn to sign (not speak at the club.) Sue and the team look at the path of the SUV & the armored truck. Sue feels less pressure because sign language is easier to read. The FBI thinks Dan Jeter may have kept his plans a secret because of his debt problems. Jack tells Sue one of the guards died, Lucy feels left out as Sue gets comfortable with her friends. . Jack gets a DNA sample from Mrs. Jeter after hair was found the van. The FBI thinks Dan was framed to steel the money & later killed and using a fake I.D.
The episode was rated 7.20 from 10 votes.
Sue needs to help catch a terrorist, and notices that Blakemore leaves a different way she tries to catch him but a car kills him. Myles blames Sue for the death Jack asks if Sue is all right after seeing someone die. Myles still doesn't like Sue on the team. Lucy lets Sue take care of her. Myles then goes with Sue to find out what may have been shipped as ordered by Simon Decker. Sue & Myles now try to protect the lady who knew the Assassin. Lucy wants to change jobs because she doesn't get thanks. The new temp drives Myles crazy because she takes 15 minutes for a coffee break and says routers have a handbook. Lucy takes the new job. Sue has a feeling the case isn't over yet because Samantha Dolan may have helped the suspect.
The episode was rated 7.14 from 22 votes.
Sue gets her first informant, Howie, who claims to have information on a highway robbery ring run by a man named Franklin, whom we never see. But Franklin and his associate Riggs are only willing to talk to Sue. Meanwhile, Myles wants a new office but to get it he must try to find a way through his adversary, Randy.
The episode was rated 7.13 from 15 votes.
Eve Gaylord tells Sue that her company Alta Tec is in trouble. Jack asks Sue to investigate Eve because has information on Alta Tec that could cause the company to collapse. Jack asks Sue to run a check on Eve so they can make sure she isn't lying. Sue & Eve are in danger now that Eve has agreed to help. Miles wants to really win the game against rival agency DEA but will Sue agree to be the secret weapon? The case against Eve is in trouble because Eve was let go from Alta Tec. Sue meets Scott from DEA and wants to find out how to beat the FBI. As Sue and the gang looks at Alta Tec documents they find records of chats and e-mails. When a witness Jack was getting diplomatic immunity for dies due to suicide Sue fears Eve could be killed next.
The episode was rated 7.08 from 12 votes.
Sue Thomas now joins the team. Sue & Lucy move in together and Sue has her own office & Levi has his own desk! Jack & Sue talk to someone who reported a bomb threat Jack wonders if the threat is real. Jerry white isn't much help when asked if he knew anything on the threat. Sue wonders how she will tell Lucy she doesn't to live with her the co-workers seem to hate Jerry White. Sue wonders why Mr. Proctor had oil on his hands a bomb is found in the home of Henry Proctor. Sue tells Jack her findings and gets a new car!
The episode was rated 7.06 from 17 votes.
Last updated: apr 12, 2021
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