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The Deputy Attorney General has a problem with Jack's handling of the latest case. Jack wants to transport someone who may have possible information on a terrorist attack from Malaysia to the United States. The deputy attorney general denies Jack's request because he fears Jack maybe bringing a terrorist into the United States. Meanwhile Adam Kinsey of " final flight gets unprecedented access to continue researching his role as an FBI agent. The unprecedented access gives the team problems when his personal gets in the way. Things get slightly more complicated for Tara when Stanley her old boyfriend returns to help crack the code of a possible terrorist plot from " the king of terror."
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 2 votes.
We last left the story with Jack and Jessica running into each other in Washington D.C. for the first time. Jessica tells the team that Jonathan wasn't going to be found unless he wanted the team to find him. The team is led to believe that Jonathan killed Mr. Wells and took the hard drive out of his computer. Things only begin to get crazy as Jonathan begins to remember things. Sue gets a message on her blackberry indicating Jonathan would like to talk with her about some things he has remembered. He tells her he remembers seeing a car with license plate. As Sue tries to get more information the team is tracking Jonathan to office building. Jessica gets rather angry when the team loses Jonathan due to his escape from the office building just as he was about to remember something more. Tara begins to discover something interesting about Mr. Wong files that indicates a patriot missile targeting system.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 2 votes.
Sue meets Jack and Bobby 's mentor who comes to Washington D.C. to ask for help in tracking a suspect whom Wes Kenner believes brought weapons grade uranium into Washington. Jack, Bobby, and Sue must try to track him down before the uranium is used to make a bomb. Dimitrius acts as a relief supervisor for Ted Garrett who is on vacation. Dimitrius gets in trouble for giving the go ahead to take over see case that began in Washington D.C. 's jurisdiction. Larson doesn't like the way Dimitrius is handling the case due to his lack of experience in dealing with the Russians. The team must go to court to make an appeal to have the case kept in Washington D.C. 's jurisdiction. Tara learns that Jack and Bobby's mentor faked his own death. The team must go to court to make an appeal to have the case kept in Washington D.C. 's jurisdiction. Tara learns that Jack and Bobby's mentor faked his own death. Jack soon figures out that was the only way to learn that help was needed.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 3 votes.
Sue and Jack go undercover at law firm to find out why a lawyer and judge were murdered that the only connection the team has to go on is that the judge and lawyer worked for the same law firm. Myles mentions another connection his sister Ann also works at the same law firm. Myles takes the opportunity to reconnect with his sister while trying to uncover who was behind the murders. Ann tells Jack and Myles that Hillary was using a computer program where dates and other things were tracked. Jack learns that Brian Peyton was the hit man behind the murder of James Radley.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 3 votes.
Howie tells Sue & Lucy someone is trying to kill him. After Howie tells Lucy and Sue someone is trying to kill him they find it hard to believe until Sue asks him exactly what happened. After Howie tells Lucy and Sue someone is trying to kill him they find it hard to believe until Sue asks him exactly what happened. Gunshots are fired proving Howie's point and making the case for the FBI to investigate.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 3 votes.
Sue meets a special agent with the FBI named Tony. While Sue is undercover with Tony things get off to a bad start when he refers to Sue as "his girl" Jack immediately questions Tony's interests that he has for Sue. The relationship between Sue and Tony goes even further when he asks her how to sign do you want to go to dinner? Lucy learns something shocking that will change Sue and Tony's relationship.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 4 votes.
In the series finale Sue Thomas gets promoted to senior investigative analyst for the F.B.I. Sue is thrilled with the promotion but soon realizes that heading to New York City would mean leaving her friends. Jack becomes a victim of identity theft and feel sad when he learns of Sue is promotion. While trying to catch the person who's committing identity theft Jack realizes that he was almost shot at and might never have gotten to say goodbye to Sue.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 4 votes.
Sue and Jack investigates why someone went on a shooting spree that killed several economists. Tara learns that several files are missing from Hammer Dynamics from the back up server. Sue, Jack, and Bobby go where they think Dan Malone might be. As they continue to track Dan Malone's whereabouts Jack gets shot and Sue comes to check on him only to be kidnapped by the suspect. Jack issues an Amber Alert (which helps locate missing persons by putting information on television, street signs) to find Sue. Sue tries to gain her captors trust by getting Dan to tell her information about the shooting and try to convince him that the FBI was shooting at someone else.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 3 votes.
Sue tries to stop an act of Ecoterrorism with the help of Joel. Who claims he was burned 12 years ago due to Ecoterrorism. Sue and the team tried to stop The Earth Emancipation Project from killing anyone else. Joel Finch agrees to go undercover with the FBI to stop EEP from doing something very dangerous.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 3 votes.
Adam Kinsey of "Final flight" is assigned to shadow Jack and learn some secrets of the trade and follow the team. Howie tells Sue, Jack, and Adam about some information he got regarding a gun shipment. Otis had plasma screen TV that he wants to sell so he can get out of dealing with the guns. After the team finds the man Otis has been working for Adam requests to see the dead body he learns that looking at a dead body may be harder than he thinks. Adam begins to fall in love with Tara. Things begin to get scary when the team learns that a plane flew into restricted airspace over Washington D.C. and suddenly goes missing after the pilot turns off so the plane can't be spotted.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 3 votes.
Sue runs into an old friend at a deaf and poetry reading. Sue invites Carol to spend time with her and Lucy. Her husband Ted who is a financial money manager keeps Carol from spending time with Sue and Lucy. Leaving Lucy and Sue to wonder if everything is OK between Carol and Ted. Bobby and Myles have the displeasure of escorting Howie and Otis to a case out of town because they are informants in the case. As Bobby and Myles continue on their way to Arizona they learn something about Howie. He won't go to Arizona by plane because of his fear of crashing the plane so that forces Bobby and Myles to drive to Arizona. Tara and Lucy learn that Carol wasn't telling them whole truth. They find out that Ted made a lot of money. They also learn Carol had markings consistent with spousal abuse before, leading Sue, Lucy, Jack, and Tara to believe Carol pushed husband off the boat.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 3 votes.
Sue and the team get a highly sensitive case to solve. Senator Fenton requests that the death of his son Kyle be looked into. He tells the team that his son died due to drinking himself to death fraternity initiation. The medical examiner's report on Kyle rules out alcohol poisoning but states that he was allergic peanut oil. Now the team is looking at a homicide and not a simple hazing. Also Sue and Lucy let Amanda stay with them for the night they get an idea of what parenting is like. As the help Amanda deal with going on a date and then being rejected at school. Amanda gets a harsh lesson to learn. She finds out that friends are hard to come by because she is deaf.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 3 votes.
Jack runs into a bounty hunter named Joe who used to work at the FBI until his daughter died. He blames Jack for his daughter's problems. Although the team searches for Fantasia (a new designer drug) Levi learns that he will grace the box of the latest dog food only to learn that it isn't so easy to do. Sue and Lucy begin the have problems with the photographer that has chosen to photograph Levi. Sue and Lucy learn that Levi will have to compete with the photographer's dog in order to be included in the latest dog calendar.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 3 votes.
Sue meets a woman who says she saw a murder but the only problem is there are sure whether Beth heard or saw the murder. Sue and Jack find out that their witness is schizophrenic and gives them clues in strange metaphors making the case all the more complicated to figure out. Also the team gets a new acting supervisor named Wayne. Their new supervisor begins to drive them crazy when one begins to color code all their cases. He places the current case as a low priority case. They soon find out that Wayne has never even solved an FBI case in his life.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 3 votes.
Sue and Jack receive a memory stick with some interesting video of to man possibly plotting something. Sue and Jack set out to meet the couple that bought the memory stick to the FBI. When Sue and Jack go the hospital to meet Jonathan they soon have a problem. Johnson is asked to look at a picture of to man and see if he recognizes them, Jonathan unfortunately can only remember his name and nothing else. Jack takes Jonathan to places to see if he can remember anything. Jack takes him to a restaurant and a certain table but the only thing he seems to remember is how to someone to the ground. Jonathan tells Jack that he can't remember where he learned those particular moves. The team takes Jonathan to his hotel room to see if he can remember why he was there. As they begin to search through the mysterious man's belongings they find a suitcase full of money and a gun with a silencer on it and several passports with Johnson's picture on them. They learn that of the fake passports c
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 5 votes.
Sue learns that Troy is being blamed for armed robbery. Sue and Jack set out to prove whether he was part of the armed robbery or not. Darcy has gotten a job in Los Angeles and asks that Bobby go with her to Las Angeles. Bobby and his girlfriend both realize that they've each made the decision regarding Darcy's news. Bobby and Tara begin a relationship with each other. They soon find out that they have lost their love for their respective partners. Troy insists that he didn't do anything in the armed robbery. Sue tells Troy she believes him. Troy insists that he didn't do anything in the armed robbery. Sue tells troy she believes him. After the FBI learns of new video of the armed robbery Sue finds out Troy misled her because he is in the video.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 5 votes.
Sue and the team investigate a bank robbery but this bank robbery becomes a little more interesting than the team expected. They find out that the bank they are investigating was robbed several years earlier. This time they learn that three girls have robbed the bank, which begins to seem strange to the team. When they robbed the bank they stole shoulder pads and one of the girls is the daughter of the president of the bank that was being robbed. Lucy has a mystery of for a long to figure out after her grandmother gives her a jewelry box. When the team opens the box to find out what it contains they are all very surprised at what falls out of the box. Lucy learns that the letters her grandmother kept were from her first love named Oscar. Sue and Lucy decide to track down Oscar because he still wants to see Lucy's grandmother. Lucy is shocked when her grandmother learns of her surprise.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 5 votes.
The team tries to figure out why restaurant was blown up by a bomb. As they continue to investigate this discover that Danny is lying to protect his father. They learn that Danny's father works for an organization linked with a terrorist organization.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 6 votes.
In this episode the team tries to stop a terrorist attack on Washington D.C. As Jack tries to stop the Al Qaida leader Jack learns that his methods come into question when a Civil Rights complaint is filed against him. Jack learns that his methods come into question. The suit against Jack claims that he used racial profiling to arrest the suspect. Now Jack faces the possibility that he will lose his job with the F. B. I. Jack meets with the suspects lawyer to warn her that if she reads her client's note she may open a sleeper cell that may trigger the terrorist attack. Tara begins a relationship with Stanley who will help Sue figure out the hidden messages the suspect is sending. Tara begins a relationship with Stanley who will help Sue figure out the hidden messages the suspect is sending Jack learns that the Office of Professional Responsibility or (OPR) is investigating Jack because the suspect he arrested feels that his Civil Rights were violated.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 4 votes.
Jack gets a new case for the team to solve. Jack and the team must Tony convict Hill for killing an FBI agent. Jack learns that Tony Hill is getting out of prison after serving 5 years of his prison sentence. Jack asks cousin Sal to get a confession out of Tony about the murder of the FBI agent. As the team digs up more evidence to convict Tony Hill for the murder of Shep they undercover another murder that took place in 1999. Cousin Sal is found dead in his hotel room due to a drug overdose. Jack learns that the District Attorney will let Tony Hill out again because there isn't enough evidence to charge him with both murders.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye from 4 votes.
Last updated: apr 12, 2021
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