List of Blue Murder episodes

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This is an episode list for the Canadian TV show Blue Murder. The show aired its pilot on January 10, 2001 and ended its four-year run on July 9, 2004.

The show centred on the fictitious Blue Murder Unit of the Toronto Police Department. Cases usually involved murders, kidnapping or other violent offenses.

The show has been broadcast in the UK on the Hallmark Channel.

Season 1: 2001[edit]

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Season
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Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod.
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1 1 "Heroes (Part 1)" Stephen Williams Steve Lucas & Cal Coons January 10, 2001 (2001-01-10) 102
An alliance between a detective and a criminal creates deadly consequences. To be continued...
2 2 "Heroes (Part 2)" Stephen Williams Steve Lucas & Cal Coons January 10, 2001 (2001-01-10) 103
The investigation of a police officer's murder shows he is allied with a notorious criminal.
3 3 "Black Sheep" T.W. Peacocke Cal Coons January 17, 200 (200-01-17) 104
After a second young mother is found sexually assaulted and murdered in her own home, the squad begins trying to link the crimes together. Unfortunately, everything seems to lead to one of their own. Castillo comes close to compromising the investigation because she has trouble dealing with the sexual assaults, and Pogue, despite his initial misgivings, enlists the help of the police techie to hunt down a viable suspect.
4 4 "Little India" T.W. Peacocke Sugith Varughese January 24, 2001 (2001-01-24) 106
A shooting at a dance club leads to fears a young Indo-Canadian woman has been kidnapped by her boyfriend. Written by Sugith Varughese.
5 5 "Summer Of Love" Stephen Williams Steve Lucas & Jill Golick January 31, 2001 (2001-01-31) 101
After the skeleton of a young man is found in an old apartment house, Pogue initially suspects that the man may have been killed in the Rochdale College riots, but a composite recreation leads detectives to a 25-year-old missing person, Liam Morrison, who has not been seen since late August 1974. While investigating the murder, they learn that Liam was an informant for Pat Berlinger, a legend in the police department. Further investigations lead them to the discovery that Barrow was partnered with Berlinger on the night that Morrison disappeared.
6 6 "Steel Drums" John L'Ecuyer Cal Coons February 7, 2001 (2001-02-07) 112
Bodies of women are found in a warehouse.
7 7 "Partners" Tim Southam Therese Beaupre February 14, 2001 (2001-02-14) 108
Mistaken identity is the probable cause of a drive-by shooting.
8 8 "All Saints" Larry McLean Steve Lucas February 28, 2001 (2001-02-28) 105
When teenager Andy Kralic is found dead on the subway tracks, officers initially assume that he was murdered before surveillance videos show that Kralic walked in front of the tracks himself. Barrow is put in a hard place by Dr. Gordon Stiles, from the coroner's office, who is looking to do an inquest into recent deaths and wants answers about Kralic's suicide. Pogue and Oosterhuis question Andy's friends, Patrick Lee and Linda Ferrero, about Andy's life and school and learn that he had recently gotten in trouble at school for an article the three of them had never intended to put in the paper. Castillo, Pogue and Oosterhuis all disagree on Andy's death, with Castillo convinced someone else is to blame, Oosterhuis convinced that something drove him to it, and Pogue convinced that sometimes there is no reason.
9 9 "Dr. Tara" T.W. Peacocke Cal Coons & Jill Golick March 7, 2001 (2001-03-07) 109
The Russian Mafia is suspected of a celebrity's shooting.
10 10 "Intensive Care" T.W. Peacocke Sugith Varughese March 12, 2001 (2001-03-12) 113
The officers discover that mysterious deaths at a hospital may be somehow linked with unsolved deaths. Castillo goes undercover at the hospital to investigate their prime suspect, a beautiful and compassionate doctor, but the more Castillo gets to know her, the less she wants to find Christina guilty of murder. In a final attempt to bring the killer out of the shadows, Tarver goes undercover as a patient in the hospital, with Pogue and Oosterhuis watching on video.
11 11 "Remington Park" John L'Ecuyer Story by : Cal Coons
Teleplay by : David Sutherland
March 19, 2001 (2001-03-19) 107
A racial killing is suspected when a black civilian is shot.
12 12 "Remembrance Day (Part 1)" Stephen Williams Cal Coons & Jill Golick March 26, 2001 (2001-03-26) 110
Four abortion providers are killed and the killer's next target is posted on a website. To be continued...
13 13 "Remembrance Day (Part 2)" Stephen Williams Cal Coons & Jill Golick April 2, 2001 (2001-04-02) 111
The investigators must find some link between an anti-abortionist group and the murders of abortion providers.

Season 2: 2001–2002[edit]

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Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod.
Code
14 1 "Baby Point" T.W. Peacocke Steve Lucas October 12, 2001 (2001-10-12) 201
The officers must investigate an assault on two women.
15 2 "Asylum" Tim Southam Michael Melski October 19, 2001 (2001-10-19) 202
A psychiatrist is found murdered at a criminally insane hospital.
16 3 "Inside Jobs" T.W. Peacocke Cal Coons October 26, 2001 (2001-10-26) 203
A failed bank heist brings low police morale to the surface.
17 4 "Family Man" Don McBrearty Jill Golick November 2, 2001 (2001-11-02) 204
After Linda Dewson is found dead in her home and her husband, Martin, severely injured from a head shot, detectives initially believe they're looking at a murder suicide until the doctors tell them that there is no way the wound was self-inflicted. While looking into the Dewsons' personal lives, detectives get a hint that, a few years ago, Martin Dewson was suspected of sexually molesting a teenage girl, and they begin to wonder if the crime originated closer to home and begin looking more closely at the Dewsons' three daughters -- 17-year-old Katherine, 15-year-old Jessica and 12-year-old Elani.
18 5 "Missing Persons" Scott Summersgill David Sutherland November 9, 2001 (2001-11-09) 205
The police investigate a crime-suspected adoption company.
19 6 "Homeless" Peter Wellington Cal Coons November 16, 2001 (2001-11-16) 206
The homeless living on the streets are the target of a murderer.
20 7 "Collateral Damage" T.W. Peacocke David Barlow November 30, 2001 (2001-11-30) 207
Metro squad finds themselves on the opposite side of the police when they investigate the deaths of Bruno Deckert, a member of local biker gang the Desperadoes, and Bobby O'Driscoll, a hired gun for the Farentino family. Pogue and Oosterhuis focus on O'Driscoll's death, with Sweet and Castillo focusing on Deckert's death. They soon realise that there is a war brewing between the two rivalries despite claims that they're joining forces, and before long Pogue and Oosterhuis realise that someone in the Farentino clan had very good reason to want Bobby dead, and Sweet and Castillo continue to meet opposition from their police contact until Keller finally turns over the video they need to make the connection.
21 8 "Death And Taxes" Scott Summersgill Story by : Michael Melski
Teleplay by : Jill Golick
December 7, 2001 (2001-12-07) 208
Four accountants are murdered, and the investigation leads to a maze of possible murderers.
22 9 "Wrongful Convictions" T.W. Peacocke Steve Lucas December 14, 2001 (2001-12-14) 209
Oosterhuis finds himself embroiled in the midst of a murder case when both he and his former partner come under suspicion.
23 10 "Spankdaddy" Don McBrearty Cal Coons January 9, 2002 (2002-01-09) 210
The team is given 36 hours to track down the kidnappers of 11-year-old Grace Langley before she is raped. After footage of the missing girl is posted on the Internet via a web cam, Castillo pairs up with the Internet-savvy Jim Weeks, and Pogue and Oosterhuis question convicted child molester Larry Harwell. Sweet is in charge of questioning the family and friends of the victim, and one has an unusually strong reaction. Harwell turns the team onto a pedophile with the handle 'Spankdaddy', leaving Castillo and Weeks trying to find the man to match the handle.
24 11 "Payback" Cal Coons Rebecca Schechter January 16, 2002 (2002-01-16) 211
Sweet and Castillo investigate the racially motive package bombs that kill Carlotta Alcantara and Martin Simpson, and find themselves dealing with a suspect who ignores Sweet because he's black and is equally dismissive of the Hispanic Castillo. It isn't long before they realise Carl Purdy's motive is connected to his ex-wife's new Cuban husband. Pogue and Oosterhuis investigate the death of political intern Tammy Moore, who was found hanged and dressed in bondage gear by an underpass. Their investigation leads them to the Club de Sade, whose owner sends them right back to the lawyer who had sworn Tammy was too freaky for him.
25 12 "Out Of Towners (Part 1)" John L'Ecuyer David Barlow January 23, 2002 (2002-01-23) 212
A raped woman is found in an abandoned building, and the pattern looks like a crime that Castillo once failed to solve. To be continued...
26 13 "Out Of Towners (Part 2)" John L'Ecuyer Jill Golick January 30, 2002 (2002-01-30) 213
After the serial rapist is found murdered and evidence shows he was killed by a woman, Castillo and the rape victims are prime suspects.

Season 3: 2003[edit]

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Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod.
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27 1 "America's Most Wanted" Scott Summersgill Graham Clegg January 17th, 2003 (January 17th, 2003) 301
An American bounty hunter seeks the suspects in a shoot-out that leaves an officer paralyzed.
28 2 "Search Party" T.W. Peacocke Jill Golick, Catherine Cooper January 24th, 2003 (January 24th, 2003) 302
When a young girl is kidnapped in front of a local store, her sister is the only witness.
29 3 "Respect" T.W. Peacocke David Barlow January 31st, 2003 (January 31st, 2003) 303
A body is found by the tracks.
30 4 "John Doe" Steve DiMarco Jill Golick February 7th, 2003 (February 7th, 2003) 304
A man is found, beaten and amnesiac, with only a book of bird drawings to help identify him.
31 5 "Ladykillers" T.W. Peacocke Steve Lucas February 21st, 2003 (February 21st, 2003) 305
Deputy Chief Barrow's business card is found on the body of a male escort.
32 6 "Full Disclosure" Steve DiMarcho David Barlow February 28th, 2003 (February 28th, 2003) 306
Reopening a fourteen-year-old murder case.
33 7 "Love and Marriage" T.W. Peacocke Jill Golick March 7th, 2003 (March 7th, 2003) 307
A woman is found dead in her husband's car.
34 8 "Speed Demons" T.W. Peacocke Pete White March 14th, 2003 (March 14th, 2003) 308
A woman is killed by drag racers.
35 9 "Boy Band" Scott Summersgill Rebecca Schechter March 21st, 2003 (March 21st, 2003) 309
A member of a pop group appears to have committed suicide by jumping from their penthouse suite.
36 10 "Ambush" T.W. Peacocke Cal Coons March 28th, 2003 (March 28th, 2003) 310
Two police officers are murdered.
37 11 "Hard Time" Steve DiMarco Steve Lucas April 11th, 2003 (April 11th, 2003) 311
Pogue and Oosterhuis are investigated when a suspect dies in custody.
38 12 "Necklace" Steve DiMarco Cal Coons April 18th, 2003 (April 18th, 2003) 312
A diamond courier is murdered by "necklacing".
39 13 "Lover's Lane" Cal Coons Cal Coons April 25th, 2003 (April 25th, 2003) 313
A beheaded body is found in an abandoned van.

Season 4: 2004[edit]

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Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod.
Code
40 1 "Blind Eye" T.W. Peacocke Karen Hill April 21st, 2004 (April 21st, 2004) 401
A Filipina nanny is murdered.
41 2 "Special Delivery" Steve DiMarco Cal Coons April 28th, 2004 (April 28th, 2004) 402
The owner of a construction company goes missing.
42 3 "Boys' Club" T.W. Peacocke Steve Lucas May 5th, 2004 (May 5th, 2004) 403
When a police officer is murdered, his partner is one of the suspects.
43 4 "Janet Green" T.W. Peacocke Jill Golick May 12th, 2004 (May 12th, 2004) 404
Two women with the same name are murdered within days of one another.
44 5 "Boarders" Scott Summersgill Jill Golick May 19th, 2004 (May 19th, 2004) 405
A student is murdered at a private school.
45 6 "Midnight Man" Steve DiMarco David Barlow May 26th, 2004 (May 26th, 2004) 406
The ex-wife of a novelist is found murdered in an apparent burglary.
46 7 "Eyewitness" T.W. Peacocke Cal Coons June 2nd, 2004 (June 2nd, 2004) 407
A psychic claims to have seen a murder.
47 8 "Upstairs Downstairs" Scott Summersgill David Barlow June 9th, 2004 (June 9th, 2004) 408
When a young woman is murdered, the cook and her brother believe Weeks is harder on them because they are black.
48 9 "Home Invasion" Scott Summersgill David Cole June 16th, 2004 (June 16th, 2004) 409
An apparent home invasion leads to a former police officer who may be involved in a drug scheme.
49 10 "Spooks" Cal Coons Cal Coons June 25th, 2004 (June 25th, 2004) 410
When a math professor is murdered, Oosterhuis is warned off the case by his old partner from Homicide.
50 11 "Cell Block 13" T.W. Peacocke Steve Lucas June 18th, 2004 (June 18th, 2004) 411
An actor is found murdered in his trailer.
51 12 "Party Line" T.W. Peacocke Karen Hill July 2nd, 2004 (July 2nd, 2004) 412
A provincial cabinet minister is found murdered.
52 13 "Family Reunion" T.W. Peacocke Jill Golick July 9th, 2004 (July 9th, 2004) 413
The mummified remains of an infant are found inside a tree.

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