List of Close to Home (2005 TV series) episodes

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This is the list of episodes for the CBS crime drama television series Close to Home. The series was first shown on October 4, 2005, and was broadcast for two seasons before being cancelled on May 16, 2007. The series follows Annabeth Chase, a deputy prosecutor in Marion County, Indiana, as she balances work with being a new mother.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired U.S. Ratings
First aired Last aired Average
viewers (millions)
Rank 18–49 rating/share
1 22 October 4, 2005 May 19, 2006 10.41[1] 45[1] 2.8/8[1]
2 22 September 22, 2006 May 11, 2007 10.30[2] 41[2] 2.5/8[2]


Season 1: 2005–2006[edit]

Season one consisted of 22 episodes and was broadcast between October 2005 and May 2006. After the fifth episode, "Romeo and Juliet Murders", CBS moved Close to Home from Tuesday 10pm to Friday 9pm, commonly called the Friday night death slot. When the show garnered its highest ratings to that point CBS announced that Close to Home would remain on Fridays.[3]

No. in
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Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production
U.S. viewers
1 1 "Pilot" Simon West Jim Leonard October 4, 2005 (2005-10-04) 475234 10.43[4]
After the birth of her baby, Annabeth Chase returns to work and a case where a woman set her house on fire with her children inside of it. The women claims that her husband has abused both her and her children for many years and kept them locked in the house, which is why she committed the arson.
2 2 "Miranda" Karen Gaviola Lukas Reiter October 11, 2005 (2005-10-11) 2T6704 10.1[5]
Annabeth takes a risk to force a confession from a kidnapping suspect to find his victim alive. She then has to find evidence not linked to the confession to convict the kidnapper.
3 3 "Suburban Prostitution" Steven DePaul Lindsey Sturman October 18, 2005 (2005-10-18) 2T6703 9.9[6]
Annabeth investigates an alleged prostitution ring among desperate suburban housewives and finds more than she anticipated. Maureen is tasked with increasing the number of convictions for drug offences and struggles with a case in which a junkie with a long criminal record is supposed to be a sophisticated dealer who deserves more serious charges.
4 4 "Divine Directions" Helen Shaver Leo Geter October 25, 2005 (2005-10-25) 2T6705 9.2[7]
Annabeth prosecutes a case against a very religious women who is accused of stabbing her husband to death in the name of God.
5 5 "Romeo and Juliet Murders" Lewis H. Gould Jim Leonard November 1, 2005 (2005-11-01) 2T6706 9.5[8]
When a house party becomes too disruptive and the police come to end the party they discover small quantities of narcotics. Despite pleadings that it is their father's pharmaceutical sales samples the two siblings hosting the party are arrested. Attempts to contact their parents, whom they claim are vacationing in Europe, prove futile. The siblings' stories become more unravelled when the bodies of their parents are found. Annabeth soon believes the kids are involved with the murders after their stories keep changing.
6 6 "Parents on Trial" Charles Beeson Erica Shelton November 11, 2005 (2005-11-11) 2T6708 11.87[9]
Annabeth prosecutes a scorned women in the case of the murder of a 6-year old. She also tries to stop the defense from bringing the child's parents' relationship with the murderer being called into the evidence.
7 7 "Double Life Wife" Alex Zakrzewski John E. Pogue November 18, 2005 (2005-11-18) 2T6707 11.64[10]
Annabeth investigates a woman's murder in a shopping mall parking lot. When the husband turns in his other wife for the murder his web of lies and wives begins to be exposed.
8 8 "Under Threat" Martha Mitchell Lukas Reiter November 25, 2005 (2005-11-25) 2T6709 11.96[11]
Annabeth prosecutes a gangster who has his gang attempt to murder a witness and threatens her daughter during the case.
9 9 "Meth Murders" Kevin Dowling Leo Geter & Lindsay Jewett Sturman December 9, 2005 (2005-12-09) 2T6710 12.80[12]
Annabeth prosecutes a man who was hired to kill two people. However, when high on meth, he murdered the people in the house on the wrong side of the street. After the accused said that he would turn in one of the biggest drug lords in the state for a lighter sentence, the team tries to find the drug lord without his testimony in order to fully convict the murderer and capture the drug lord.
10 10 "Baseball Murder" Emilio Estevez Christopher Ambrose December 16, 2005 (2005-12-16) 2T6702 11.34[13]
A 13-year-old murders another teenager in a minor league baseball game. Annabeth believes that he was encouraged by his coach to hit the victim in the head with a baseball bat.
11 11 "The Good Doctor" Lewis H. Gould Jim Leonard & Erica Shelton January 6, 2006 (2006-01-06) 2T6712 11.47[14]
Annabeth prosecutes the case of the murder of a doctor's wife who had planned to sue her husband. The team later believes that the doctor murdered his wife and self inflicted his wounds in order to frame another man.
12 12 "Privilege" Roxann Dawson Carol Barbee January 13, 2006 (2006-01-13) 2T6711 11.20[15]
Annabeth prosecutes a man accused of kidnapping a successful African American man and murdering another. After his lawyer learns of other crimes he is reluctant to help, even if it would save the man. Annabeth tries to convince the killer's lawyer to resign from the case to testify against him.
13 13 "The Rapist Next Door" Martha Mitchell Carol Barbee January 27, 2006 (2006-01-27) 2T6701 10.74[16]
Posters are put up that a convicted rapist named Brian Ford, who is now on parole, is now living in Annabeth's neighborhood. When a woman is raped using a knife Ford is the main suspect. Despite video evidence showing he has an alibi the neighborhood erupts in vigilante justice against Ford. After new evidence is found and the rapist is apprehended one of the neighbors, Don Wheeler, tries to kill Ford, knowing Ford was in prison at the time, as revenge for the rape and murder of his own daughter.
14 14 "Dead or Alive" John Peters John E. Pogue February 3, 2006 (2006-02-03) 2T6713 12.13[17]
A disturbed man is accused of killing his neighbor after a heated argument. He then later confesses to murdering two other people who have been missing for a long period of time. After one of those people is discovered to still be alive, the defense tries to exclude the confessions from the case after getting most of the physical evidence excluded. Annabeth must convince the accused's mother to testify against him.
15 15 "Reasonable Doubts" Andy Wolk Lukas Reiter March 3, 2006 (2006-03-03) 2T6714 11.52[18]
Annabeth prosecutes a man accused of killing his mother-in-law after a long term of humiliation and abuse. The defense tries to accuse his wife of killing her own mother. Annabeth is shocked to discover that the man was having an affair with his mother-in-law, which the defense argues that it was a motive for the wife to kill her mother.
16 16 "Escape" Charles Beeson Alfredo Barrios Jr. March 10, 2006 (2006-03-10) 2T6716 9.88[19]
Annabeth prosecutes a man who she had put in jail years earlier after robbing a jewelry store. The team later discovers that the women whom he had kidnapped in the process of escaping prison was an accomplice and lover to him. He then testifies that she was the one who came up with the escape plan and even killed a guard in the process.
17 17 "Land of Opportunity" Jonathan Glassner Leo Geter March 31, 2006 (2006-03-31) 2T6715 10.36[20]
Annabeth's office investigates a number of real estate fraud cases. The case makes a complete turn when one of the real estate salesmen are found murdered. While Annabeth thinks that it was his boss that he was testifying against who committed the murder, she discovers that the victim's, brother/co-worker was having an affair with his wife, which leads her to believe that the victims brother is the murderer.
18 18 "Still a Small Town" Kevin Bray Robert Levine April 7, 2006 (2006-04-07) 2T6717 10.85[21]
Annabeth investigates former classmates after their high school friend is poisoned. While the team thinks that it is the wife who poisoned him for life insurance money, Annabeth discovers that the victim's best friend/business partner was stealing from his company, which leads her to believe that he poisoned him to stop him from finding out.
19 19 "Sex, Toys and Videotape" Lewis H. Gould Lindsay Sturman & Erica Shelton April 28, 2006 (2006-04-28) 2T6718 11.51[22]
Annabeth investigates a case of a woman murdered the night before her wedding. She discovers that the woman had many secrets from her family, including that she was married previously. After the victim's fiance murders the accused in court, Annabeth discovers that he could have possibly been in on the murder all along after he mentions a secrete about the relationship in his confession.
20 20 "The Shot" Kevin Dowling Don Winslow May 5, 2006 (2006-05-05) 2T6721 11.17[23]
Annabeth investigates the case of a high school basketball player charged with murdering a teammate. Her case changes when she is convinced his father is lying when he confesses to the crime in order to save his son.
21 21 "David and Goliath" Kevin Dowling Don Winslow May 12, 2006 (2006-05-12) 2T6719 8.84[24]
Annabeth brings a case against a professional baseball player and his celebrity lawyer who uses his clients fame to convince the jury that he is not guilty. Aside from this obstacle, Annabeth's key witness to the case is the victim's alcoholic sister.
22 22 "Hot Grrrl" Paul McCrane Alfredo Barrios Jr. May 19, 2006 (2006-05-19) 2T6720 9.76[25]

Deputy Prosecutor Annabeth Chase is once again involved in an odd case when she prosecutes two teenagers for the murder of a man they claim was an online sexual predator. Upon further investigation, it is discovered that one of them, a girl, is running a website tricking her friends into playing stripping games on webcams she purchased for them and charging people to view her friends, who were unaware they were being watched. One of the teenagers agrees to testify that they knew the man and that they killed him because he threatened to report her pornographic website to the police and the media.

After winning the case, Annabeth's co-workers inform her that her husband Jack has been killed by a drunk driver while on his way to pick up their daughter, Hailey.

Season 2: 2006–2007[edit]

Season two conisisted of 22 episodes and was broadcast from September 2006 to May 2007. The main cast was changed with the start of the season after Christian Kane, who played Annabeth's husband, left the show because his character was killed by a drunk driver. David James Elliott joined the show as prosecutor James Conlon, replacing Steve Sharpe, who was played by John Carroll Lynch. Jon Seda and Cress Williams joined the cast as investigators Ray Blackwell and Ed Williams respectively.

No. in
No. in
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production
U.S. viewers
23 1 "Community" Kevin Dowling William N. Fordes September 22, 2006 (2006-09-22) 3T5951 11.94[26]
Annabeth comes back to work after her husband's death. She has to deal with a new boss and his assistants from New York City. Her first case with the murder of a family and their neighbor execution style. They discover a secrete about the family's past that leads them to different suspects.
24 2 "A House Divided" Matt Earl Beesley Lindsay Jewett Sturman & Leo Geter September 29, 2006 (2006-09-29) 3T5952 11.06[27]
Annabeth prosecutes a woman claiming self-defense in her husband's murder. While one of her sons testifies that his mother was capable of murdering their father, the other son testifies that she isn't capable.
25 3 "Truly, Madly, Deeply" John Peters Antoinette Stella October 6, 2006 (2006-10-06) 3T5953 11.61[28]
Annabeth prosecutes a man charged with raping his teenage neighbor. She discovers the neighbor could be involved with other rapes that were committed in the past. This episode is inspired by the Karla Homolka case.
26 4 "Deacon" Lewis H. Gould Tom Smuts October 13, 2006 (2006-10-13) 3T5954 10.95[29]
Annabeth prosecutes a drug addict for the murder of a woman. She later discovers that her father is a serial killer that the police have been seeking for decades.
27 5 "Legacy" Charles Beeson William N. Fordes & Alison McDonald October 20, 2006 (2006-10-20) 3T5956 11.12[30]
The team investigates the death of a woman and determines her husband and father-in-law were involved.
28 6 "Homecoming" Janice Cooke Leonard Elwood Reid October 27, 2006 (2006-10-27) 3T5955 10.83[31]
The team investigates a case of two football players charged with murdering a teammate. The team later discovers illegal activities held within the program that ran the football team.
29 7 "Silent Auction" Kevin Dowling Lindsay Sturman & Antoinette Stella November 3, 2006 (2006-11-03) 3T5957 11.08[32]
The team investigates the murder of a man during an event at his child's school and uncover a secret relationship between him and another woman.
30 8 "There's Something About Martha" Charles Beeson Leo Geter November 10, 2006 (2006-11-10) 3T5958 11.38[33]
The team investigate the death of a minister and find that his Church's building fund is missing. The minister, on top of his own financial problems at home, had also fallen victim to a Nigerian Internet scam.
31 9 "Shoot to Kill" Jeffrey G. Hunt Jeremy R. Litman November 17, 2006 (2006-11-17) 3T5959 10.56[34]
Annabeth investigates the murder case of a man and prosecutes his co-worker and his two sons, all of whom were near the murder site when it happened, purportedly looking for their lost dog. The co-worker apparently blamed the victim for causing him to lose his job, ending up working in a fast food joint – to his teenage son's embarrassment when he found out while with his friends. When trying the three of them together proved difficult to pin-point who pulled the trigger, the prosecutor's office decided to try each of the defendants separately.
32 10 "A Father's Story" Mike Rohl Elwood Reid November 24, 2006 (2006-11-24) 3T5960 10.06[35]
After a man is cleared of murdering a girl, his defense attorneys are shot by the girl's father. Annabeth has to prosecute his case, while his attorneys argue that the original prosecutors are to blame. The team uncovers a secrete from the previous trial that they fear the defense will summit into evidence. Annabeth tries to have the accused accept a plea agreement to avoid this secrete from the previous case coming out.
33 11 "Prodigal Son" Anthony Hemingway Antoinette Stella & William N. Fordes December 15, 2006 (2006-12-15) 3T5961 9.65[36]
Annabeth investigates the case of a woman killed on the night of her engagement. Her alcoholic uncle is the prime suspect. She learns that the victims uncle has had a violent history, which leads her to believe he is the murderer.
34 12 "Road Rage" Joseph Berger Davis Deidre Shaw & Tom Smuts January 5, 2007 (2007-01-05) 3T5962 11.56[37]
Annabeth investigates a case of road rage. She discovers that the accused has had a history with the victim, which leads her to believe that it was more than just a road rage based fight.
35 13 "Getting In" Kevin Dowling Lindsay Jewett Sturman & Nikki Toscano January 12, 2007 (2007-01-12) 3T5963 10.38[38]
Annabeth takes the case of a woman who died during plastic surgery, when her husband believes it is murder due to the heated history between his wife and the surgeon.
36 14 "Hoosier Hold 'Em" Dermott Downs Leo Geter February 9, 2007 (2007-02-09) 3T5964 10.46[39]
Annabeth investigates the case of a gambling addict who robbed a bank to pay for his losses. However, the case turns when he is murdered. The team investigates the place where the gambling took place, which helps them uncover a secrete the host of the gambling events has been hiding from all of the players.
37 15 "Barren" Steve Boyum Jami O'Brien & Teresa Huggins February 16, 2007 (2007-02-16) 3T5965 10.34[40]
Annabeth investigates the case of a surrogate mother who was apparently murdered by the baby's biological mother.
38 16 "Internet Bride" Tawnia McKiernan Antoinette Stella & Mark Rosner February 23, 2007 (2007-02-23) 3T5966 10.10[41]
The team investigates the case of a murder of a dean's wife made to look like suicide. The team flies in the victim's brother all the way from Russia to testify that the dean was not the man people thought he was
39 17 "Protégé" Matt Earl Beesley Steve Lichtman March 9, 2007 (2007-03-09) 3T5967 9.62[42]
The team must decide whether or not to pursue the death penalty in the case of a developmentally challenged defendant, who is accused of torturing and murdering a close friend and mentor of Annabeth's boss.
40 18 "Making Amends" Jeffrey G. Hunt Alison McDonald March 30, 2007 (2007-03-30) 3T5968 9.65[43]
After a man confesses to a rape from 11 years ago, Annabeth tries to get the statute of limitations on the case increased. After getting this approved, the man tells her that there was another man involved in the rape in order to shorten his sentence.
41 19 "Maternal Instinct" Lewis H. Gould Hannah Shakespeare April 6, 2007 (2007-04-06) 3T5969 10.82[44]
Annabeth prosecutes the case of a man accused of killing his father. The mother recants her testimony after she tells the police it was her son. This episode is inspired by the Christopher Porco case.
42 20 "Drink the Cup" Christopher Leitch Tom Smuts April 27, 2007 (2007-04-27) 3T5970 9.17[45]
During a case against a drug dealer, the team uncovers a case of police corruption. After learning about the corruption within the police force, the team prosecutes the chief of police.
43 21 "Fall From Grace" Jeffrey G. Hunt Antoinette Stella May 4, 2007 (2007-05-04) 3T5971 9.25[46]
Annabeth investigates the case of police corruption and re-prosecutes one officer after a witness in his first case is murdered. She discovers corruption and illegal activity within a youth shelter ran by the police chief's wife.
44 22 "Eminent Domain" Matt Earl Beesley Story: Tom Smuts & Leo Geter
Teleplay: Eric Overmyer
May 11, 2007 (2007-05-11) 3T5972 10.27[47]
In the series finale, the case of the police officer continues after he is found guilty of murdering a witness from his first case. When he testifies against one of his accomplices,the accomplice, his lawyer, a detective and someone from the team is executed.


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