List of Flashpoint episodes

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The following is a list of episodes for the Canadian drama series Flashpoint, which aired on CTV in Canada and was on CBS in the United States before changing networks part way through the fourth season to ION Television. Its first episode was aired on July 11, 2008.

Flashpoint follows the lives of several operators working for an elite police tactical unit known as Strategic Response Unit, which is called in by regular police to resolve situations beyond their control.

In December 2008, only nine of the 13 episodes produced during the series' first season had been aired in North America, although all 13 episodes had been aired by New Zealand's TVNZ (TV2) as of December 10, 2008. In North America, the four remaining episodes of Season 1 were aired in January and February 2009; in North America, CBS and CTV initially billed these episodes as part of Season 2, rather than as part of their intended season, Season 1, as was done in international markets.

Eighteen new 2009 episodes were ordered by CTV and CBS (the original 13 ordered by CTV on August 25, 2008 plus 5 additional episodes that were ordered on November 19, 2008). The first nine of these new episodes, combined with the four holdover episodes from 2008 were aired as Season 2 in North America. The remaining nine episodes, although originally filmed for Season 2, were aired as "Season 3" beginning September 25, 2009 in Canada (CTV), however CTV later corrected their online episode guide to report the seasons as produced rather than initially aired. The correction also holds for the DVD releases of "Season 2, Volume 1" and "Season 2, Volume 2". The last nine episodes of Season 2 began airing on June 4, 2010 in the United States (CBS) and were shown in a different order from their original broadcast on CTV. CBS, however, is erroneously referring to these episodes as "Season 3". A 13-episode third season was produced in Toronto from January to May, 2010 and began airing in July 2010 on both CTV and CBS.

The fourth season of Flashpoint premiered July 8, 2011 on CTV. The fifth season of Flashpoint, which will bring it to 75 episodes, was announced by Bell Media on June 1, 2011.[1]

Season 5 began filming in 2012.[2] It was announced in May 2012 that the series would be ending at the end of its fifth season.

In the following tables, the episodes are listed by their official seasons per CTV episode lists and Canadian DVD releases, and include the original airdates in North America. Note that in a few instances Flashpoint episodes have been broadcast out of their production order by CTV, CBS, and ION.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD releases
Season premiere Season finale Canada UK Australia
1 13 July 11, 2008 (2008-07-11) February 13, 2009 (2009-02-13) October 13, 2009 (2009-10-13)[3] April 13, 2009 (2009-04-13)[4] April 16, 2009 (2009-04-16)[5]
2 18 February 27, 2009 (2009-02-27) November 20, 2009 (2009-11-20) November 19, 2010 (2010-11-19)[6] N/A March 4, 2010 (2010-03-04) (Part 1)[7]
April 15, 2010 (2010-04-15) (Part 2)[8]
3 13 July 16, 2010 (2010-07-16) February 6, 2011 (2011-02-06) May 25, 2011 (2011-05-25) N/A May 19, 2011 (2011-05-19)[9]
4 18 July 8, 2011 (2011-07-08) December 13, 2011 (2011-12-13) October 16, 2012 (2012-10-16)[10] N/A N/A
5 13 September 20, 2012[11] December 13, 2012 N/A N/A N/A

Episode list[edit]

Season 1 (2008–2009)[edit]

No. # Title Directed by Written by Original Canadian air date Production
code
Canadian viewers
(million)
1 1 "Scorpio" David Frazee Stephanie Morgenstern & Mark Ellis July 11, 2008 (2008-07-11) 101 1.11[12]
Team One is called in to the scene of a man holding a woman hostage at a local plaza, just as its members are going to go to a retirement party. The case becomes complicated when it turns out that the man is a Croatian immigrant who doesn't speak English. The SRU Team One boss and lead negotiator, Sergeant Gregory Parker, tries to reason with the man by improvising and having a Croatian translator communicate via radio, but the man doesn't comply. It is unknown what the man wants, but when the man raises his weapon towards everyone on the ground, Sergeant Parker is forced to call "Scorpio" (the radio call sign or go word for use of deadly force). Just as Lane takes the shot from his sniper perch on the rooftop, a young man bursts through the police barrier towards his father screaming, "tata" (Croatian for dad), and into the view down Lane's scope right as his shot rings out, Lane quickly searches with his scope to confirm the shot, fearing he just shot the innocent son, but after a few seconds he realizes he shot hit his target. The hostage and the young man (who turns out to be the hostage-taker's son) are both unharmed.
2 2 "First in Line" David Frazee Stephanie Morgenstern & Mark Ellis July 18, 2008 (2008-07-18) 102 0.908[13]
A dying girl desperately needs a heart transplant. When her father (guest star Henry Czerny, who won a Gemini Award for this role) receives a notification alert that a donor heart is available, only to discover that the heart is given to someone else because of a technical error, the father takes the hospital wing hostage, and starts demanding that his daughter receives the heart transplant from the doctors and will all be released when she has the surgery performed. Sergeant Parker must confront his own feelings to talk the man down before the heart is irreparably damaged and unfit for transplant to anyone.
3 3 "The Element of Surprise" David Frazee Stephanie Morgenstern & Mark Ellis July 24, 2008 (2008-07-24) 106 1.086[14]
A group of undercover narcotics officers requires the SRU's assistance to serve a warrant and arrest to a major drug dealer who has been under surveillance and the subject of an ongoing undercover operation. However, the drug bust turns out complicated when an old friend arrives in the dealer's apartment. Through a series of unplanned events, the undercover officer at the scene is shot and his cover is blown.
4 4 "Asking for Flowers" Clark Johnson Tassie Cameron July 31, 2008 (2008-07-31) 108 1.216[15]
When an angry sister takes a police officer hostage, the team has to set aside their own feelings to resolve the situation. However, the situation turns out complicated when the hostage may not be who the team thinks.
5 5 "Who's George?" Holly Dale Adam Barken August 7, 2008 (2008-08-07) 107 1.300[16]
When an infamous bank robber known as the "Monday Morning Robber" holds up a bank, Team One is alerted to the scene. The team soon realizes that the bank robber is not the Monday Morning Robber, but a disgruntled and angry former employee who was fired by a ruthless new manager. Unable to care for his wife, who has Alzheimer's disease, he seeks revenge against the manager who fired him. Guest star Nicholas Campbell was nominated for a Gemini Award for this role.
6 6 "Attention Shoppers" Holly Dale Tracey Forbes August 14, 2008 (2008-08-14) 103 1.186[17]
Tasha Redford (guest star Sarah Gadon, nominated for a Gemini Award for this role) is an awkward 16 year old with a chronically alcoholic mother, who becomes the target of an intimidation campaign by a gang of local girls led by Brianna Tulley (guest star Kristin Fairlie), after she reports an attempted rape against Brianna's boyfriend, a gang member, since Brianna is convinced that she tried to flirt with him. When Brianna humiliates Tasha at a local shopping mall, Tasha accidentally shoots one of the gang members. Team One is called in to the scene; where they find that the situation is not quite as simple as they thought. They have to prioritize finding the gang members and Tasha, who are still both armed and dangerous at the shopping mall. The situation turns bad as Jules chases Tasha to an outdoor advertising tower, where she must talk Tasha down from jumping off the roof.
7 7 "He Knows His Brother" Stephen Surjik Adam Barken August 21, 2008 (2008-08-21) 105 1.177[18]
A teenager goes AWOL from military school to get his younger brother away from their abusive father, but when the father ends up being shot, the father's reputation as a reputable lawyer may shift the blame to his son. The teenager uses his survival tactics learned at military school, to evade the police, and Sam must reach out to the desperate teenager before his increasingly dangerous methods kill someone, and he has to seek help from his younger brother to help him, while uncovering secrets that the reputable lawyer is an abusive father and husband.
8 8 "Never Kissed a Girl" Charles Binamé Esta Spalding September 11, 2008 (2008-09-11) 109 1.289[19]
A young man named Michael Jamison (guest star Mpho Koaho, nominated for a Gemini Award for this role) holds Ed and a courthouse employee hostage, and demands to see the lead prosecutor who sent him to prison for rape and murder, the crimes he believes he did not commit, since he was convicted on a fact that his cellmate informed him that he confessed to him, which Michael knows it's a lie. The SRU members try to safely rescue Ed and arrest Michael, without incurring losses. By Sergeant Parker looking into the prosecutor's conviction record, he discovered he had leaked details of high-profile cases to inmates in order to frame Michael.
9 9 "Planets Aligned" Kelly Makin Tracey Forbes September 18, 2008 (2008-09-18) 110 1.456[20]
Team One is called in to lead the search and rescue for a young girl kidnapped from her home. While on the job, they learn that one of the abductors is a teen girl (guest star Tatiana Maslany, Gemini Award winner for this role) who went missing herself eight years earlier. They learn that the teen girl has developed a Stockholm syndrome towards her abductor and that she trusts him with her life, exchanging threats with the police and brandishing a shotgun. Now, they have to convince her that he was lying the whole time and have to return both her and the young girl to their parents.
10 10[21] "Eagle Two" Stephen Surjik Tassie Cameron January 9, 2009 (2009-01-09) 104 1.269[22]
Team One is assigned to protect a VIP and his wife at a business forum, when a bomb explodes, the team realizes that the bomb was a distraction engineered by a group of Chilean protestors so they can kidnap the VIP's wife. The kidnapping turns to horror when the wife is found alive with a remote-controlled collar bomb around her neck, and with the Chileans demanding that the VIP confesses to the crimes they believe he committed at a mine in South America. Colm Feore and Wendy Crewson guest star. Sam and Jules share their first kiss.
11 11[21] "Backwards Day" Eric Canuel Esta Spalding January 16, 2009 (2009-01-16) 112 1.741[23]
A distraught wife (guest star Kristin Booth, nominated for a Gemini Award for this role) holds a woman hostage at knifepoint in her own home whom she suspects is having an affair with her husband. The hostage swears she is not involved with the husband, but the wife refuses to believe her and demands she tells the truth about him. Tension mounts on the team when Parker orders Ed to run the command post from the truck, rather than be in the field, because he believes Ed's exhaustion is causing him to lose focus. The situation gets more difficult when the hostage admits she is pregnant with her captor's husband's child.
12 12[21] "Haunting the Barn" David Frazee Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern January 23, 2009 (2009-01-23) 111 1.279[24]
Danny Rangford, an SRU veteran (guest star Ron Lea, nominated for a Gemini Award for this role) locks himself in the debriefing room at SRU headquarters to commit suicide. Ed is called in to talk Danny down from being suicidal; when it is discovered that he is Ed's former mentor. Now retired from active duty, Danny still has huge guilt over the death of a young boy from a case nearly 20 years old he failed to solve in the following years, and they have to talk to him to let it go and go to retirement.
13 13[21] "Between Heartbeats" David Frazee Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern & Tassie Cameron February 13, 2009 (2009-02-13) 113 1.292[25]
The city is held hostage by a young sharp sniper who takes control of city hall, and Team One is called in to handle the sniper. The team learns that the sniper is deliberately missing his targets and that he has a grudge against Ed Lane. They soon learn that the sniper is Petar Tomasić, the son of the Croatian immigrant Ed shot at First York Plaza a year ago, and who is revealed to be a former sniper of the Croatian Armored Guard Brigade seeking for revenge, armed with a high-scoped Sako TRG. When Petar shoots Jules, Ed risks his life to capture him, running through the fire steps and evading his shots to capture him. The situation ends with Jules fighting for her life, and Sam shooting Petar.

Season 2 (2009)[edit]

No. # Title Directed by Written by Canadian air date U.S. air date Production
code
Canadian viewers
(million)
14 1 "Business as Usual" David Frazee Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern February 27, 2009 (2009-02-27) February 27, 2009 201 1.339[26]
Three men (Hugh Thompson, nominated for a Gemini Award for this role, Greg Spottiswood, and Peter MacNeill) who recently lost their homes to bank foreclosures take the CEO of their mortgage society hostage. While Ed and Sam search for the shooter, Parker tries to talk down the third man, who has doused himself in gasoline and is threatening to immolate himself on live television if his demands are not met. Meanwhile, Parker must find a replacement for Jules while she is recovering from her gunshot wound, finally settling on Donna Sabine (Jessica Steen).
15 2 "The Fortress" Eric Canuel Ian Weir March 6, 2009 (2009-03-06) March 6, 2009 202 1.367[27]
Two children, their Russian nanny, and a neighbor are taken hostage when they walk in on a group of armed burglars in the children's home. The SRU comes in to negotiate, but the stand-off escalates when Mischa, the leader of the thieves, kills one of the hostages when he feels the SRU is not taking him seriously. The situation is resolved with two of the thieves standing down, but the SRU is left with no choice but to use lethal force against Mischa. Guest star Ona Grauer was nominated for a Gemini Award for this role.
16 3 "Clean Hands" David Frazee Adam Barken March 13, 2009 (2009-03-13) March 13, 2009 203 1.350[28]
Team One is tasked to protect a serial killer who has confessed to his crimes and is now returning to Canada from the United States. The party is attacked and Sam is taken hostage by a victim's father looking to take the law into his own hands. In order to negotiate Sam's release, Parker makes a call to leave the killer in the hands of a transit agent who, unknown to him, is also looking for revenge of her own. Donna is forced to shoot the agent before she can kill her target. Kari Matchett and Peter Outerbridge guest star.
17 4 "Aisle 13" Stephen Surjik James Hurst April 3, 2009 (2009-04-03) April 3, 2009 204 1.346[29]
Two teenagers find themselves with hostages when their attempted robbery of a supermarket goes awry. Parker is able to reach out to one of the boys to end the situation peacefully. Dewshane Williams and Jesse Wheeler guest star. Jules, still recovering from her sustained gunshot wound, and Sam discuss their relationship, since they will have to report it and one of them will have to quit soon.
18 5 "The Perfect Family" Eric Canuel Adam Barken & John Callaghan April 10, 2009 (2009-04-10) April 10, 2009 205 1.339[30]
A young woman gives her son up for adoption, but when her boyfriend re-enters her life, they decides they want the child back, kidnapping him from his adoptive family and demanding a lawyer to find a way to end the adoption. Realising that she cannot care for the baby, the young woman contacts Team One and attempts to end the situation herself. Recognising the young man's pain at never having had a family of his own, Parker begins negotiations, but is put in a position where he can save either the baby or the father. He is able to return the child to its adoptive family, but the young man jumps to his death. Guest star Laurence Leboeuf was nominated for a Gemini Award for this role.
19 6 "Remote Control" Charles Biname Russ Cochrane April 24, 2009 (2009-04-24) April 24, 2009 206 1.277[31]
A young man (Ryan Kennedy) is persuaded by his half-brother to use his position at an electronic bank to end his half-brother's gambling debt. However, as soon as the transaction is completed, his half-brother reveals that a Mexican gang has kidnapped the young man's pregnant wife and is demanding $500,000 in exchange for her life. Team One lets the stand-off play out long enough to find the gang and rescue the woman from her captors.
20 7 "Perfect Storm" Holly Dale Tassie Cameron May 1, 2009 (2009-05-01) May 1, 2009 207 1.365[32]
Jules is officially back. A student (Calum Worthy) brings a gun to school to carry out revenge attacks against some bullies who humiliated him in front of the whole school. The situation is complicated when a local police officer on-scene believes the boy has killed his son, and goes looking for revenge of his own. Parker leads the SRU's efforts to calm the boy and defuse the situation with the help of a student close to the boy. But just as the stand-off ends, the distraught father arrives on-scene and shoots the boy. The boy survives while the father is arrested. Alexia Fast guest star.
21 8 "Last Dance" Charles Biname Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern May 8, 2009 (2009-05-08) May 8, 2009 208 1.149[33]
When Laura, a woman (Kathleen Munroe) finds out that she has a brain disease, she decides to end her own life. Her fiancé Evan (Luke Kirby) promises her one night where they will do whatever she wants before administering a fatal overdose of morphine. After skipping out on a restaurant bill and robbing a pawn shop, they take hostages at a wedding reception where they plan on killing themselves after one last dance. Team One convinces them to stand down, promising that they will be able to spend their time together before Laura dies.
22 9 "Exit Wounds" David Frazee Russ Cochrane May 15, 2009 (2009-05-15) May 15, 2009 209 1.223[34]
A young boy, Mattie (Jahmil French), is shot after witnessing a local gang killing. His brother Derek (K. C. Collins) takes him to a hospital, but the gang pursue them, intent on killing any witnesses to the crime. The SRU arrive on-scene and must stop Derek and the gang from killing one another. Derek surrenders, but Mattie is convinced that there are more gang members looking for him and they will only back down if he kills them first.
23 10 "One Wrong Move" David Frazee Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern & James Hurst September 25, 2009 (2009-09-25) June 4, 2010 210 1.882[35]
A series of bomb threats are made by an environmentalist extremist group. Team One have just 90 minutes to end the threat, and reach out to the surviving members of a dormant extremist group for help. While Spike disarms one bomb, Lou accidentally steps on a landmine while approaching the second. While the SRU locate the bomber – revealed to be the daughter of the original extremists – Spike attempts to save his friend. Lou convinces Spike to leave before taking his weight off the mine, knowing that Spike will only endanger himself. Lou is killed in the explosion, and Team One must deal with the loss of one of its own.
24 11 "Never Let You Down" Ken Girotti James Hurst & Shelley Scarrow October 2, 2009 (2009-10-02) June 11, 2010 211 1.575[36]
The SRU unit must rescue a young woman (Joanna Douglas) from a delusional man (Brian Markinson) who insists she is his missing daughter. Jules persuades him to let her go. Team One's newest recruit, Leah Kerns (Olunike Adeliyi), has been seconded to the SRU in the wake of Lou's tragic death.
25 12 "Just a Man" Holly Dale Riley Adams October 9, 2009 (2009-10-09) July 9, 2010 212 1.342[37]
A prison riot begins during a parole hearing where Anton Burrows (Roger R. Cross), a man convicted for murder, is once again denied parole after a statement made by his victim's daughter (Sarena Parmar) and wife. Burrows takes them as hostages to protect them from the other prisoners during the riot. As the SRU attempts to defuse the situation, Ed is convinced that Burrows – a friend from his time before joining Team One – means the hostages no harm. Spike discovers that the riot is not an attempted break-out, but an uprising by one prison gang against another. Burrows protects the women throughout the riot, and they promise him they will speak on his behalf at his next parole hearing.
26 13 "Custody" Paul A. Kaufman Bob Carney October 16, 2009 (2009-10-16) June 25, 2010 213 1.642[38]
After winning custody of his children in court, a man (Alan Van Sprang) takes his wife's lawyer hostage and leaves Team One searching for answers. Jules discovers that the children have been kidnapped and their mother (Kathleen Robertson) is unaware of their disappearance. Ending the stand-off in the lawyer's office, the SRU realise that the mother conspired with her boyfriend and her lawyer's assistant to stage a parental abduction and escape to Ireland in case her ex-husband wins the custody.
27 14 "Coming to You Live" Charles Biname Ian Weir October 23, 2009 (2009-10-23) July 2, 2010 214 1.560[39]
A radio talk show host (guest star Michael Riley, Gemini Award winner for this role) is hunted down by the SRU when he takes a politician hostage and threatens to kill the man live on air if he does not confess to being a murderer. The talk show host believes his hostage used his family's money to cover up a drunk driving accident that left a young man dead. The politician admits to staging the scene of the crime, but only to protect the real driver, the young man's girlfriend.
28 15 "The Farm" Eric Canuel Story: Ian Weir
Teleplay: Melissa R. Byer & Treena Hancock
October 30, 2009 (2009-10-30) June 18, 2010 215 1.871[40]
Police arrest a woman for robbing a rural convenience store. The SRU, however, has her released when she tells them she ran away from a small community known as The Farm after hearing plans of an attempt to commit murder on its residents. Ed and Jules enter The Farm and discover that it is a cult, but Ed is captured by their leader, Charles. He learns that Charles has cancer and is planning on making poison gas to kill everyone living at The Farm because he believes that he cannot protect them from the outside world once he dies. The SRU rescues the residents, but Charles commits suicide.
29 16 "You Think You Know Someone" David Frazee Adam Barken November 6, 2009 (2009-11-06) July 30, 2010 216 1.816[41]
Parker is lured into a trap after being called away on undisclosed personal business. Ed leads Team One to track him down, finding a meth lab on the waterfront. Parker's captors demand that he reveal a secret from his time as a homicide detective, or else they will kill him. Parker's secret concerns an 8-year-old girl named Hayley, whose mother died during a shootout when Parker and his colleagues served a warrant on her home. Parker's captors are convinced that he shot Hayley's mother and then covered up the truth and has been taking care of Hayley out of guilt, but Team One learns that Hayley accidentally shot her own mother, and that his care of her helped him recover from his alcoholism.
30 17 "The Good Citizen" Tim Southam Peter Mitchell November 13, 2009 (2009-11-13) July 23, 2010 217 1.771[42]
Robert Cooper, an anti-drug advocate, takes the law into his own hands when his brother overdoses on cocaine. Team One follows a trail of injured drug dealers to try and stop Cooper before he kills someone. They follow him to the Steele brothers, two rich men who started dealing drugs when they were cut off by their family. Cooper surrenders to the SRU, and the Steele brothers are taken into custody. Meanwhile, Wordy and Leah clash when Leah comments that the neighbourhood is a bad one, unaware that Wordy grew up in it.
31 18 "Behind the Blue Line" David Frazee Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern November 20, 2009 (2009-11-20) July 9, 2010 218 1.589[43]
Team One is called in to a hockey arena that is scheduled for demolition when shots are fired inside. The subject is Darren Kovacs, a former soldier suffering from survivor's guilt after his friends were killed in Afghanistan. Kovacs has returned to the arena because it is the only place he feels comfortable. Sam uses his experiences at war to try and talk Kovacs down, but Kovacs takes Spike hostage, leaving Ed with no choice but to shoot him. Sam is torn between his belief that he could have talked Kovacs down and his shared experiences of Afghanistan, leading him to question his place on the team.

Season 3 (2010–2011)[edit]

No. # Title Directed by Written by Canadian air date U.S. air date Production
code
Canadian viewers
(million)
32 1 "Unconditional Love" David Frazee Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern July 16, 2010 (2010-07-16) July 16, 2010 301 1.334[44]
A planned raid on an escaped convict sees the man take a teenage boy and a baby hostage at a drive-in motel. Team One raids the room and ends the stand-off, but the teenager inexplicably vanishes. Discovering a hidden trapdoor leading to a sewer and a cache of information that suggests the teenager is a serial killer, Ed leads Sam and Wordy in an effort to stop the boy before he kills someone. However, Parker and Jules discover more information about the boy that suggests he is not a psychopath, but has Asperger syndrome. Meanwhile, Ed clashes with his younger brother, Roy, who ignored Ed's order not to approach the situation, and got his partner killed.
33 2 "Severed Ties" Holly Dale Treena Hancock & Melissa R. Byer August 6, 2010 (2010-08-06) August 6, 2010 302 1.452[45]
Two children are abducted by a woman wielding a knife (Kelly Rowan) with no apparent motive. The SRU learns that she has recently been released from prison and is looking to reclaim her children, who were put into foster care when she was convicted. The girls were legally adopted while she was in prison, however, and she has no legal claim to being their mother. When one of the girls has an allergic reaction, the woman takes hostages in a drug store, demanding that they treat her daughter and that the SRU allow her to leave with her daughters. Parker appeals to her maternal instincts to end the siege.
34 3 "Follow the Leader" David Frazee James Hurst August 13, 2010 (2010-08-13) August 13, 2010 303 1.267[46]
Team One is tipped off to a white supremacist group who is planning a spate of bombings against immigrants across the city. The team is able to apprehend most of the members, but three bombers escape and the SRU must find them before their bombs are detonated. One is caught before he can plant his bomb, but his capture alerts his friend, who announces his intention to detonate his bomb in a busy office building. While Sam and Jules try to talk him down, Ed and Wordy chase the group's leader, who has planted the third and final bomb with the girlfriend of the man who alerted the police. Sam and Jules convince the bomber to give up moments before his bomb detonates, while Ed disarms the third bomb. The leader is taken into custody, but the young men reject his teachings.
35 4 "Whatever It Takes" Holly Dale Grame Manson August 20, 2010 (2010-08-20) August 20, 2010 304 1.558[47]
The SRU responds to an abduction of a high school student, Carlton, but he flees once he has been rescued. He is spotted on the roof of his school the next day, threatening to jump. Parker approaches him, and the SRU learns that his friend, Cory, has kidnapped him and beat him up. SRU investigation in the story reveals about the abusive gym basketball coach who beats his players up and keeps them in fear to motivate them. Even though they save Carlton, they now have to convince Cory, who has become delusional and locked himself in the utility room with the coach, to let him go before he brings him harm.
36 5 "The Other Lane" Erik Canuel Bobby Theodore September 3, 2010 (2010-09-03) September 3, 2010 306 1.508[48]
When Team One responds to a "shots fired" call, they discover Ed's brother, Roy, is deeply involved with an arms dealer. Suspended from duty and suspected of stealing $100,000 from an evidence locker, Roy has infiltrated the arms dealer's operations as a buyer to prove he is a good officer, and intends to get revenge against the man who sold the gun that killed his partner. Roy leads Ed and the SRU to the heart of dealer's operations, but is forced to break his cover to save Jules. The arms dealer shoots Roy before being shot in turn by Sam. Roy survives, as he was wearing a bullet-proof vest. Ed admonishes his brother for being stupid, but also shows him respect for his initiative.
37 6 "Jumping at Shadows" Kelly Makin Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern September 10, 2010 (2010-09-10) September 10, 2010 308 1.607[49]
Alexis, a grade-school girl who has built a relationship with a 911 operator over the course of a series of false alarms, appears to be threatened with a real kidnapping that sees her mother shot. When more shots are fired in front of the assembled police and the SRU, Team One learns that Alexis and her family are federally protected witnesses, after she witnessed the murder of her friend by three corrupt police officers, who are now in pursuit. With her mother in the hospital and her father taking one of the corrupt officers hostage, Alexis believes she is left alone in the world. Longing for friends of her own and wanting to finally stop running, she is confronted by one of the officers in a playground before he is shot by Greg Parker. Meanwhile, Greg's son, Dean, comes to the station.
38 7 "Acceptable Risk" David Frazee Pam Davis September 17, 2010 (2010-09-17) September 17, 2010 309 1.800[50]
Team One becomes the subject of an investigation into its handling of a horrific killing spree at business party held in a city museum. Facing criticism for taking 37 minutes to bring the situation under control (when similar situations had been contained within 15 minutes), the team members recount their actions. Initially suspecting it was a random killing, evidence emerges that the killings are targeted. The perpetrator is a woman distraught at her husband's death from an allergic reaction to the binding agent in a drug made by the business hosting the party. When her attempt to force the company to change the drug with a lawsuit fails, she decides to take revenge, killing everyone involved in the case. Meanwhile, Ed discovers that the investigating agent is on a witch hunt as she blames Parker for her partner's death when he joined the SRU.
39 8 "Collateral Damage" Kelly Makin Aaron Brindle January 4, 2011 (2011-01-04) May 6, 2011 (2011-05-06) 305 1.595[51]
After his wife's testimony on his behalf at his murder trial of their daughter doesn't go as planned, Frank McCormick (Jonathan Scarfe) finds himself in a prisoner transport van with a fellow prisoner who has an escape plan. Team One initially focuses on the prosecuting attorney as Frank's likely target for revenge. In a desperate attempt to restore his wife's (Cara Pifko) trust in him, Frank uses his escape to try and prove the evidence presented at his trial is faulty. After capturing the other prisoner and his accomplice, Team One changes its focus to Frank's wife as the most likely target, which in turn leads to Frank to take the coroner (Barbara Eve Harris) who performed the autopsy on his daughter hostage. It turns out that his daughter died from a rare disease and not was not shaken to death. As the standoff ends, Ed gets word that his wife is on the way to the hospital due to complications from her pregnancy.
40 9 "Thicker Than Blood" David Frazee Andrea Stevens January 11, 2011 (2011-01-11) May 13, 2011 (2011-05-13) 307 1.524[52]
What looks like a man anxious to withdraw a large sum of money from his own account turns into a bank robbery. Team One discovers that the man, whose identity was stolen by the bank robber, has been kidnapped, and a ransom of $40,000 is demanded before a bone marrow donation will be done to save Chris, a child with leukemia. Jules goes to the hospital where she finds Ava, Chris’ mother. She reveals who is the real Chris’ biological father.
41 10 "Terror" Érik Canuel Melissa R. Byer & Treena Hancock January 18, 2011 (2011-01-18) June 3, 2011 (2011-06-03) 311 1.396[53]
On Jules' day off, a man with a handgun holds patrons hostage in a restaurant. The suspect is convinced that there is a terrorist bomb about to go off, and demands the presence of the restaurant owner (who is of Middle Eastern descent) who is accused of being the lead terrorist. The SRU interviews the owner, who admits donating to a charity that was later discovered to be a front for terrorism money laundering, however the federal investigation concluded that the owner was not connected to any terrorists. The SRU also finds that the suspect is schizophrenic, which, combined with recent terrorism news coverage, heightens his suspicious.
42 11 "No Promises" Charles Binamé Russ Cochrane January 25, 2011 (2011-01-25) May 20, 2011 (2011-05-20) 310 1.584[54]
When a police car transporting prisoners crashes with a bus, the prisoners escape to the bus with the unconscious officer's gun. When the police officer responding to the crash is shot, the SRU is called to the scene. When the driver of the car involved in the crash is identified as Sgt. MacCoy from 52 division, Spike is desperate to rescue his mentor. With the bus on fire, the prisoners and Sgt. MacCoy flee. Until a report of a police officer carjacking a woman is received, Spike believes Sgt. MacCoy is a hostage. When it is revealed that he pulled rank to get the prisoner transfer and that he insisted upon doing it without a partner, Spike has a hard time accepting that his former mentor and training officer is involved with corruption, drug dealers, and an attempted gang execution because he was so devoted to taking care of his recently deceased wife and troubled daughter.
43 12 "I'd Do Anything" Helen Shaver Pamela Davis & Bobby Theodore February 1, 2011 (2011-02-01) June 10, 2011 (2011-06-10)[55] 312 1.342[56]
Jackie (Rachel Blanchard) was caught skimming credit card data and is now working as a snitch on her boyfriend Alexander Carson's (guest star Tim Rozon, Gemini Award winner for this role) operation cloning, high-limit credit cards of big spenders all over the city. When Jackie reports that the in-person meeting between her boyfriend and Mark Griffin, a big player in data theft who is looking to buy the operation, is going to happen that night at Carson's club, Detective Merry Danner (Natalie Brown) from the financial crimes division works with Team One to shut them down. Carson's best friend, Tom (Richard Chevolleau), inadvertently ruins Team One's plan to contain the bust when he unlocks the interior door to the room where the deal is going down. In the confusion, Carson and Jackie escape, forcing Tom to come with them. While waiting for a delivery of money from his off-site office, Carson questions who told the police about the meeting. When Tom accuses Jackie of being the snitch, a fight breaks out and Carson shoots Tom. Team One catches up with Carson and Jackie at the airport as they were about to escape on a plane that had already been chartered as the return flight for Mr Griffin. All the while, Ed is struggling with an ultimatum from his wife.
44 13 "Fault Lines" (Part 1) David Frazee Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern February 6, 2011 (2011-02-06) June 17, 2011 (2011-06-17)[57] 313 1.317[56]
Members of Team One try to figure out who has it in for them when a military psychologist (Victor Garber) with the reputation of being a 'team breaker' is brought in to run their routine psych evaluations. Meanwhile, Ed's life is on the serious thin line after a case of bad timing results in being shot more than half a dozen times away from the SRU team itself.

Season 4 (2011)[edit]

The fourth season of Flashpoint premiered on July 8, 2011. In the U.S. the show moved from CBS to Ion Television after "Shockwave".[58]

No. # Title Directed by Written by Canadian air date U.S. air date Production
code
Canadian viewers
(million)
45 1 "Personal Effects" (Part 2) Kelly Makin Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern July 8, 2011 (2011-07-08) July 8, 2011 401 1.369[59]
Team One races to find Ed's shooter, while his wife has problems delivering their baby. The culprit turns out to be a man married to a military wife under duress from drug groups based in Toronto, who plan on smuggling drugs through military channels from Afghanistan. Team One pulls off a risky move to capture the culprit. Afterwards, Dr. Toth (Victor Garber) clears for duty Team One, but keeps it under probation. Sam and Jules covertly resume their relationship.
46 2 "Good Cop" John Fawcett Michael MacLennan July 15, 2011 (2011-07-15) July 15, 2011 402 1.508[60]
Team One has to protect a cop who incidentally shot a teenager, but was cleared of all charges, and the police officer is feeling an extreme guilt since the teenager died from the wound. The boy's father incites a mob, demanding justice for his son's death and intends to kill the police officer in the act of revenge. But the event soon turns to violence and a desire for vengeance.
47 3 "Run, Jaime, Run" Kelly Makin Ian Weir July 22, 2011 (2011-07-22) July 22, 2011 403 1.537[61]
The team goes after a corporate robber who streams his robberies on the Internet and has thousands of followers. However, the robber plans on making a "grand finale," unaware that he's being duped by the stepson of a philanthropist, posing as a teenage girl, into assassinating his neglectful father, who ignores and humiliates his son constantly and he wants him dead for revenge and his money.
48 4 "Through a Glass Darkly" John Fawcett Andrew Wreggitt July 29, 2011 (2011-07-29) July 29, 2011 404 1.430[62]
The SRU is called when a mother and daughter are suddenly abducted, and the only clue to the abduction could expose a dark family secret.
49 5 "The Better Man" David Frazee Michael MacLennan August 5, 2011 (2011-08-05) August 5, 2011 405 1.254[63]
During a drug bust, one member of Team One struggles with a secret that could jeopardize the member's career. The situation worsens when the undercover officer in the drug cartel becomes too emotionally involved with the cartel leader's girlfriend and refuses help from Team One.
50 6 "A Day in the Life" Jim Donovan Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern August 12, 2011 (2011-08-12) August 12, 2011 406 1.406[64]
A new recruit, Raf (Clé Bennett), replaces Wordy on Valentine's Day, traditionally one of the toughest days of the year for hostage and suicide situations. Team One splits up to defuse three cases: a suicidal widower; a mom holding her daughter's manager of a strip club hostage; and a recently fired gunman who is obsessively infatuated with his boss. Greg directs the saving of the last victim, who later hints at a romantic interest in him.
51 7 "Shockwave" David Frazee Larry Bambrick August 19, 2011 (2011-08-19) August 19, 2011 407 1.313[65]
Spike must leave his dying father's bedside to help Team One defuse its largest bomb threat yet. Two smaller bombs go off in a building, trapping Spike, Raf, Sam and six other civilians underground. Spike then discovers a complex chemical bomb designed to produce a bigger explosion. The bomber is one of the civilians trapped underground, determined to get revenge after the firm he worked for framed him for selling out company secrets when their stock dropped. Spike must deactivate the bomb before it explodes.
Note: This was the final episode of the series to be co-produced by CBS Television Studios. Ion Television would assume CBS' duties from the next episode forward.
52 8 "Grounded" David Frazee Karen Walton September 19, 2011 (2011-09-19)[66][67] October 18, 2011[68] 412 1.536[69]
Team One is called when a group of armed hijackers forces a passenger jet plane to land. As Parker tries to negotiate with the increasingly desperate criminals, the rest of Team One faces an almost impossible task—how to storm the plane without anyone getting killed. With the help of brave passenger Holly McCord (Melanie Scrofano), the team races to find a solution before hijacker Sandra Moore (Joanne Boland) carries out her deadly threats.
53 9 "The War Within" David Frazee Daniel Godwin & Michael MacLennan September 27, 2011 (2011-09-27) December 13, 2011 (2011-12-13) 408 1.349[70]
Team One responds to a panicked 911 call: a masked gunman is threatening a group of teenagers in the Don Valley ravine and has abducted Joe Stanick (Luke Bilyk). But it turns out this gunman was no stranger to the youths. Joe was the author of a viral video prank that "outed" a fellow student, Ryan Bell (Tom Stevens), triggering humiliation at school, and an explosive confrontation with his parents. Now, Ryan's engaged in a desperate and violent journey, hoping to win back his parents' acceptance. Ed faces a sensitive suicide intervention that hits a bit too close to home… and Parker, inspired by Ryan's struggle, gathers his own courage to speak the truth to the woman he loves.
54 10 "Cost of Doing Business" David Frazee Larry Bambrick October 4, 2011 (2011-10-04) October 25, 2011 409 1.309[71]
When a ransom drop goes wrong, Team One is drawn into the dangerous world of "express kidnapping" and the nightmare of a woman haunted by the brutal experience of captivity. Meanwhile, Greg finds out about Sam and Jules' secretly renewed relationship.
55 11 "Wild Card" Brett Sullivan Karen Walton October 11, 2011 (2011-10-11) November 1, 2011 (2011-11-01) 410 1.263[72]
A gambling-addict mother (Camille Sullivan) under duress from a loan shark who owes money to the local crime boss, Harvey Micks, is forced to play her life away.
56 12 "A New Life" Kelly Makin Adam Barken November 1, 2011 (2011-11-01) November 8, 2011 (2011-11-08) 411 1.293[73]
After a shooting on Donna Sabine's wedding, Team One speculates that the attacks are retaliation made by the local crime family, the Logans, on Donna's former undercover team. Instead, the Logans are targeting the team's family members after their names are accidentally leaked by Donna's former partner, who is then forced by the Logan matriarch to try to kill Donna's newly-wedded husband. As the man suffers, Donna arrives on the scene, intending to kill her mentor for what he did, and Parker has to stop her.
57 13 "A Call to Arms" Érik Canuel Alex Levine November 8, 2011 (2011-11-08) November 22, 2011 (2011-11-22) 413 1.215[74]
A Chinatown gang called the Golden Dragons kidnaps a widower to force his daughter to give up the names of the various store owners building up evidence on the gang's extortion rackets.
58 14 "Day Game" Kelly Makin Aubrey Nealon November 15, 2011 (2011-11-15) November 29, 2011 (2011-11-29) 415 1.191[75]
Team One races to Fletcher Stadium, where a knife-wielding robber has taken a hostage. The situation turns bloody when a security guard tries to be a hero. The guard, Gill Collins (Aaron Douglas), is an ex-cop who applied for SRU but Parker had him failed, who had set up the robbery in an attempt to make himself a hero. With that plan failed, he takes Greg hostage, blaming him for his fall from grace. Parker tries to reason him, but he is under stress and he accidentally causes the man to suffer extreme guilt, and he jumps to his death, scarring Parker.
59 15 "Blue on Blue" Stefan Pleszczynski Adam Barken November 22, 2011 (2011-11-22) December 6, 2011 (2011-12-06) 416 1.229[76]
Spike responds to a distress call from Sam's sister and suddenly finds himself held at gunpoint by her criminal ex-boyfriend (guest star Michael Shanks). Meanwhile, Team One responds to shots fired at a metro depot, where two men have broken in to rob it.
60 16 "Team Player" Kelly Makin Michael MacLennan November 28, 2011 (2011-11-28) January 10, 2012 (2012-01-10) 414 1.452[77]
Team One defuses an explosive conflict at a high-security psychiatric hospital, only to find that a young patient, Charlie (guest star Rossif Sutherland) has escaped, bent on confronting his former best friend about a hidden secret. As is turns out, Charlie, who was hospitalized for incidentally pushing a classmate to his death for bullying him, took the fall for his friend, who was the real culprit. And now his friend is poised to move out of town without clearing his name, upsetting Charlie. Now, Charlie is up to him and wishes him to confess.
61 17 "Priority of Life" David Frazee Mark Ellis, Stephanie Morgenstern & Alex Levine December 6, 2011 (2011-12-06) January 17, 2012 (2012-01-17) 417 1.317[78]
A laboratory filled with deadly anthrax samples is broken into and hostages are taken and an explosion traps Jules inside, and she is slowly poisoned and has to find an antidote. Meanwhile, Parker is asked to resign or face suspension for keeping Sam and Jules’ relationship a secret and for letting a man die. Victor Garber returns as Dr. Toth.
62 18 "Slow Burn" Kelly Makin Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern December 13, 2011 (2011-12-13) January 24, 2012 (2012-01-24) 418 1.208[79]
During the season four finale, Team One races to a hospital when Fire Captain Simon Griggs (guest star Dylan Neal) interrupts the attempted murder of a badly burned firefighter. When they corner the suspect, the team learns he's behind a series of deadly fires in the neighborhood. Meanwhile Fire Captain Griggs is forced to make a horrific choice—one that pushes him to the edge of revenge and suicide. Parker, wrestling with his own decision about his future on Team One, must convince this broken man to live.

Season 5 (2012)[edit]

Flashpoint's fifth and final season premiered on September 20, 2012 on CTV.[11] The series finale aired on December 13, 2012.

No. # Title Directed by Written by Canadian air date U.S. air date Production
code
Canadian viewers
(million)
63 1 "Broken Peace" Kelly Makin Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern September 20, 2012 (2012-09-20) October 16, 2012 (2012-10-16) 501 1.412[81]
Team One tears through the city looking for James Mitchell (Ty Olsson), an abusive and armed man hunting his ex-wife Michelle (Lisa Houle), and their daughter May. The situation escalates when he drags his ex-wife to near the edge of a hotel rooftop, where Ed and the rest of the team face a huge moral dilemma. The dramatic conclusion leaves Team One questioning themselves, each other and even their jobs.[80]
64 2 "No Kind of Life" Kelly Makin Aubrey Nealon September 27, 2012 (2012-09-27) October 23, 2012 (2012-10-23) 502 1.574[82]
Team One is called to an office building where Dr. Jason Alston has been taken at gunpoint. As the team clears the building, the gunman gets the drop on Sam, forcing him and Jason into a van and revealing a critically injured child. Sam helps Jason stabilize the child’s condition, and discovers a history between Jason and the gunman – just as armed men close in, gunning for Brendan and trapping Sam and Jason in the crossfire.
65 3 "Run to Me" Stefan Pleszcynski Adam Barken October 4, 2012 (2012-10-04) October 30, 2012 (2012-10-30) 503 1.453[83]
As Leah Kerns returns to the team, Team One responds to a bank robbery committed by the Business Card Bandit. As they discover, two teenage girls were involved in the robbery and the gang they belong to has an abusive leader who picks up homeless kids to carry out these heists. When Sarah decides to cut him from their lives, Jules and the team race to stop her before she becomes his next victim.
66 4 "Eyes In" David Frazee Aubrey Nealon October 11, 2012 (2012-10-11) November 6, 2012 (2012-11-06) 504 1.513[84]
The team chase after a reclusive and handicapped hacker (Kris Lemche) who hacked into their computers, displaying a theft of an eighteen-wheeler full of volatile chemicals. Apparently, the hacker has learned that his student's boyfriend is part of a hijacking ring, but he doesn't get caught as intended. Now the boyfriend's boss, who hides his criminal operation behind a legitimate front, holds his girlfriend hostage, demanding he find the leak.
67 5 "Sons of The Father" Stefan Pleszcynski Larry Bambrick October 18, 2012 (2012-10-18) November 13, 2012 (2012-11-13) 505 1.496[85]
Team One responds to the abduction of Peggi Walsh (Sarah Manninen), a young nurse taken by a man (Chad Donella) at knifepoint. With time running out, the team finds the killer's brother (Andrew Francis) and must convince him to unlock the secret of his tragic past to save Peggi's life. Also, Ed is required to hear from the mother of the teenager that died in to hear her take on the situation. He is almost unable to watch her, but she apologizes to him, knowing that he had to do his job, and that she forgives him for what he has done. Ed is unable to control himself and walks away from her and Parker, bursting into tears.
68 6 "Below The Surface" Brett Sullivan Daniel Godwin October 25, 2012 (2012-10-25) November 27, 2012 (2012-11-27) 506 1.660[86]
A car bomb explodes at a children's party, killing a married couple. As Team One discovers, all the fathers are members of the Brigadiers biker gang, whose leader is killed in the explosion. At first it seems like an attack by a rival gang, but as they later find out, it is in fact a coup being pulled off by a few Brigadiers members. Worse yet, an undercover informant, who was the best friend of the leading detective's deceased son, is exposed, and Team One is in a race against time to prevent the coup and save his life.
69 7 "Forget Oblivion" Kelly Makin Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern November 1, 2012 (2012-11-01) December 4, 2012 (2012-12-04) 507 1.456[87]
A young man named Elliot (Sebastian Pigott) with a brilliant memory is abducted to a high research facility and forced to remember the specifications for a new "smart gun", which the kidnappers intend to sell on the black market. Things get worse when Ed is taken hostage. He works with Elliot to find a way to disable the smart gun before their kidnappers flee the country and kill Ed.
70 8 "We Take Care of Our Own" Stefan Pleszczynski Larry Bambrick November 8, 2012 (2012-11-08) December 11, 2012 (2012-12-11) 508 1.380[88]
Jules and Sam find out that Jules is pregnant with Sam's child. Sam is worried, but Jules wants him to keep it a secret so she could continue with her job a little longer before she is forced to take a break. While the SRU is called in to stop some ex-soldiers from robbing an armored truck carrying millions of dollars, they learn more about the background of the group leader who tries to maintain a place for ex-army men and women who have nowhere to go.
71 9 "Lawmen" David Frazee Story: Aubrey Nealon Teleplay: Alex Levine & Aubrey Nealon November 15, 2012 (2012-11-15) January 8, 2013 (2013-01-08) 509 1.534[89]
When Dean and Clark go on a ride-along with Team One, a shootout breaks out at a drug den. As the Team learns, a trio of undercover cops are trying to take down the neighbourhood drug gang that inducts teenagers. Now, the gang leader is out for retaliation, starting with one of the cops' wives, whom the Team fails to save. Meanwhile, Dean and Clark spot one of the cops fleeing the scene and dropping a bag full of guns in a garbage can. They go to investigate, only to be confronted by the leading sergeant of the undercover unit, who has decided to forgo following the law to take down the gang leader after he was acquitted.
72 10 "A World of Their Own" Stefan Pleszczynski Alex Levine November 22, 2012 (2012-11-22) November 20, 2012 (2012-11-20) 510 1.289[90]
A senator is abducted in the midst of a bomb hoax. Team One soon learns the senator plans to develop vast farmland into an airport, and his two kidnappers are farmers who live on that land. One farmer is seeking to keep the land where his deaf nephew feels comfortable, but his cohort seeks to ransom the senator, having learned of bribes paid by farm owners to keep their land. The situation intensifies when the nephew mistakenly assumes the Team shot his uncle. Meanwhile, Dean receives his acceptance into university but later tells his father he wants to be a cop.
73 11 "Fit for Duty" David Frazee Adam Barken November 29, 2012 (2012-11-29) December 18, 2012 (2012-12-18) 511 1.539[91]
In flashback sequences, Ed tells his psychologist Dr. Bell (Suleka Mathew) how Team One races to catch a disturbed and armed man on a ferry. This man, Harold Beamer (A. J. Buckley), had kidnapped his neighbour's baby girl, convinced it was his own daughter as a baby once again. At the same time, Ed is still wracked with guilt over the events of killing a young girl and feels he's unfit to be team leader.
74 12 "Keep the Peace (Part 1)" Kelly Makin Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern December 6, 2012 (2012-12-06) January 15, 2013 (2013-01-15) 512 1.483[92]
An explosive package planted at the 911 call centre is just the beginning of the most challenging call of Team One’s career. A series of bombs in public buildings tears the city apart with terror as the team members juggle high-risk rescues, multiple defusions, and fear for their own loved ones. Team One singles out a suspect, Anson Holt, a former psychiatrist and sadist. The SRU manages to track him down, only to find him strapped into a bomb vest as bait for the police. Team Three leader Donna Sabine and one of her colleagues lose their lives to the deadly trap as the search for the true suspect goes on.
75 13 "Keep the Peace (Part 2)" David Frazee Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern December 13, 2012 (2012-12-13) January 22, 2013 (2013-01-22) 513 2.077[93]

The members of Team One have no time to mourn the loss of their friend and colleague as they learn that the perpetrator is Marcus Faber, one of Anson Holt's students and a victim of his sadistic experiments. Team One races across Toronto to defuse all of the remaining bombs. As Parker attempts to disable the last bomb in the catwalks of Fletcher Stadium, Faber catches up and engages him in a firefight. Parker succeeds but is gravely injured, while Ed saves his life by fatally shooting Faber.

One year later, it is revealed that Greg's gunshot wound forced him to leave team one. He is now head instructor at the police academy. Spike and Winnie are now officially a couple. Sam and Jules have a daughter, Sadie. Sam is the new leader of Team Three and Ed is promoted to Sergeant of Team One in place of Sgt Parker.

U.S. Nielsen ratings[edit]

The following is a table for the United States ratings, based on average total estimated viewers per episode, of Flashpoint on CBS.

Season 1 (2008–2009)[edit]

Season 1 – (CBS)
# # Title U.S. air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
1 1 "Scorpio" July 11, 2008 1.9/6[94] 8.13
2 2 "First In Line" July 18, 2008 1.5/6[95] 7.11
3 3 "The Element of Surprise" July 24, 2008 1.7/5[96] 6.73
4 4 "Asking for Flowers" July 31, 2008 1.8/6[97] 7.64
5 5 "Who's George?" August 7, 2008 2.1/6[98] 7.17
6 6 "Attention Shoppers" August 14, 2008 1.6/4[99] 6.31
7 7 "He Knows His Brother" August 21, 2008 1.9/5[100] 7.29
8 8 "Never Kissed a Girl" September 11, 2008 2.2/6[101] 8.55
9 9 "Planets Aligned" September 18, 2008 2.6/7[102] 9.66
10 10 "Eagle Two" January 9, 2009 2.2/6[103] 10.06
11 11 "Backwards Day" January 16, 2009 2.3/7[104] 10.38
12 12 "Haunting the Barn" January 23, 2009 2.4/7[105] 10.21
13 13 "Between Heartbeats" February 13, 2009 1.9/6[106] 8.86

Season 2 (2009–2010)[edit]

Season 2 – (CBS)
# # Title U.S. air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
14 1 "Business As Usual" February 27, 2009 1.9/6[107] 9.17
15 2 "The Fortress" March 6, 2009 2.0/6[108] 9.80
16 3 "Clean Hands" March 13, 2009 1.9/6[109] 9.40
17 4 "Aisle 13" April 3, 2009 1.8/6[110] 8.64
18 5 "The Perfect Family" April 10, 2009 1.9/6[111] 9.72
19 6 "Remote Control" April 24, 2009 1.6/5[112] 8.18
20 7 "Perfect Storm" May 1, 2009 2.1/7[113] 9.57
21 8 "Last Dance" May 8, 2009 1.8/6[114] 8.64
22 9 "Exit Wounds" May 15, 2009 1.8/6[115] 8.42
23 10 "One Wrong Move" June 4, 2010 N/A N/A
24 11 "Never Let You Down" June 11, 2010 1.2/5[116] 6.72
25 12 "Just a Man" July 9, 2010 1.1/4[117] 5.81
26 13 "Custody" June 25, 2010 1.1/4[118] 5.60
27 14 "Coming To You Live" July 2, 2010 1.1/4[119] 5.60
28 15 "The Farm" June 18, 2010 N/A N/A
29 16 "You Think You Know Someone" July 30, 2010 1.1/4[120] 5.71
30 17 "The Good Citizen" July 23, 2010 1.2/4[121] 6.06
31 18 "Behind the Blue Line" July 9, 2010 1.2/4[117] 6.10

Season 3 (2010–2011)[edit]

Season 3 – (CBS)
# # Title U.S. air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
32 1 "Unconditional Love" July 16, 2010 1.1/4[122] 5.76
33 2 "Severed Ties" August 6, 2010 1.2/4[123] 6.23
34 3 "Follow the Leader" August 13, 2010 1.2/4[124] 6.52
35 4 "Whatever It Takes" August 20, 2010 1.3/4[125] 6.40
36 5 "The Other Lane" September 3, 2010 1.0/3[126] 5.86
37 6 "Jumping at Shadows" September 10, 2010 1.1/4[127] 6.09
38 7 "Acceptable Risk" September 17, 2010 1.2/4[128] 6.15
39 8 "Collateral Damage" May 6, 2011 1.1/4[129] 6.94
40 9 "Thicker Than Blood" May 13, 2011 1.3/5[130] 7.64
41 10 "Terror" June 3, 2011 1.1/5[131] 6.90
42 11 "No Promises" May 20, 2011 0.9/3[132] 6.71
43 12 "I'd Do Anything" June 10, 2011 1.0/4[133] 6.01
44 13 "Fault Lines" June 17, 2011 0.8/3[134] 5.93

Season 4 (2011)[edit]

Season 4 – (CBS, Ion)
# # Title U.S. air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
45 1 "Personal Effects" July 8, 2011 1.2/5[135] 6.37
46 2 "Good Cop" July 15, 2011 1.2/5[136] 6.13
47 3 "Run, Jaime, Run" July 22, 2011 1.2/5[137] 6.34
48 4 "Through a Glass Darkly" July 29, 2011 1.2/5[138] 6.80
49 5 "The Better Man" August 5, 2011 1.1/4[139] 6.33
50 6 "A Day in the Life" August 12, 2011 1.1/4[140] 6.18
51 7 "Shockwave" August 19, 2011 1.0/4[141] 5.85
52 8 "Grounded" October 18, 2011 0.6/2[142] 1.30
53 9 "The War Within" December 13, 2011
54 10 "Cost of Doing Business" October 25, 2011
55 11 "Wild Card" November 1, 2011
56 12 "A New Life" November 8, 2011
57 13 "A Call to Arms" November 22, 2011
58 14 "Day Game" November 29, 2011 0.4/2[143]
59 15 "Blue on Blue" December 6, 2011
60 16 "Slow Burn" December 13, 2011

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