The Doyles are employed to help a comedian find a dangerous stalker. Meanwhile, Leslie defines the boundaries for the men in her life, and Allison reveals something to Jake that could be a game-changer.
Original Airdate: 26 January 2011
A young woman comes to The Doyles with one case – to find her unknown biological father – but they end up solving three; Jake is distracted by Leslie while trying to extract himself from Nikki.
Written By: Allan Hawco and Avrum Jacobson
Directed By: Steve DiMarco
Original Airdate: 13 January 2010
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Jake plays prisoner to find out the location of some stolen diamonds from a gang of incarcerated criminals. Meanwhile, Mal finds out that Rose has been keeping a big secret from him, and Tinny’s money-making scheme starts to take root.
Original Airdate: 19 January 2011
In the Season 2 opener, Jake is on the trail of a group of bold daytime kidnappers; Leslie and Jake take steps to move on from each other as Rose tries to figure out the next steps after Mal’s heart attack.
Original Airdate: 12 January 2011
When Jake receives a mysterious late night call from Christian, he’s not prepared for the scary crime scene he finds at the other end of the line; Mal is suddenly and seriously sidelined and Jake takes the reins to save his tormented brother from the Police, including Leslie; Nikki makes a significant step in moving on from Jake; and everyone’s trying to keep it together as their Republic falls apart.
Written By: Steve Cochrane and Jesse McKeown
Directed By: Robert Lieberman
Original Airdate: 7 April 2010
Jake and Mal are pulled into a family favour case when Walter’s soon-to-be brother-in-law suddenly disappears on the day of his wedding; Leslie meets Christian for the first time and he certainly leaves an impression on her; and the tension between Jake and Christian escalates to a new level after Christian crosses one too many lines with his younger brother.
Written By: Jesse McKeown
Directed By: Steve Scaini
Original Airdate: 31 March 2010
The houses across the street from Bruce Borden have a very distinctive look — as if I’ve been down that street so many times I ought to know where it is, but I’ve seen it so many times I can’t think where it is. And And Grace Ebner’s room in the Admiral Montague doesn’t look like the coziest room, but can anyone guess where it is? Does anyone have suggestions? You can add to the map by clicking here.
When Mal suddenly leaves town and lends Jake out to be shadowed by a pompous crime novelist looking for inspiration, Jake’s entire life, including his constant relationship woes, is put under the authorial microscope; a simple cheating spouse domestic case turns out to be something far more devious than it first appears; and Jake, expecting the return of his father, gets an unwelcome surprise when it’s not Mal standing in the kitchen to greet him but his troubled older brother, Christian.
Written By: Steve Cochrane and Avrum Jacobson
Directed By: Robert Lieberman
Original Airdate: 24 March 2010