Don tries to determine whether a serial killer is responsible for seven attacks on the freeway that have claimed four lives and injured several others.Since different weapons, from rocks to rifles, were used each time, the attacks may be random, so Charlie works to uncover a pattern to the crimes.Back on campus, Charlie becomes concerned about why Larry insists on living in his office.
“To be honest, I would have liked for them to have had a more proper wedding instead of that makeshift wedding.” Apparently the network’s reduction of the show’s episode order caught the cast and crew all off-guard.
Rawat shared, “We were supposed to have a big wedding and Amita was supposed to get a nice promotion. But that’s what happens when a show gets cancelled.” Still, she feels fortunate, and said, “Was it the ideal ending?
I don’t think so, but in light of the fact that our episode order was reduced, I think they did the best they could.
More »In the conclusion, Megan is kidnapped and taken hostage by a disturbed woman who wants to exchange the FBI agent for her teen lover, who is in custody on homicide and robbery charges.
During the hunt for Megan, Don goes to extraordinary lengths to find her and uses tactics that surprise even him.
Helping Don in the investigation is agent Ian Edgerton.
Also, Amita confronts Charlie over his coolness toward her.
All that was really important was for the two of them to end up together.
Rob Morrow said we were lucky we even had a month to pull a finale together.” What do you think?
What would your ideal ending for the series have been?
In part 1 of 2, a 30-year-old Texas schoolteacher and her 17-year-old lover embark on a cross-country crime spree. A., their deeds turn deadly and it becomes clear that their actions are no longer random. Elsewhere, Alan considers moving out of the house, and Amita tells Charlie her decision about whether or not she's moving to Boston.