Team Scorpion enlists the help of a musician who created a controversial algorithm that generates hit songs to help find the murderer of a music blogger. Meanwhile, Drew asks Walter to help him connect with his son.
Following the shocking events at Jane's house, the Red John list is narrowed down further, and the CBI's priority is the remaining suspects.
Don and his team investigate a rash of deadly restaurant robberies. During the investigation, the FBI discovers that the thieves steal restaurant customer's credit cards so that they can run up charges at a fake Internet store and then route the money to offshore accounts. Charlie tries to pinpoint where the money is being laundered to prevent more restaurants from being hit. Meanwhile, in the wake of the Crystal Hoyle shooting, the FBI forces Don to talk to William Bradford, an occupational psychologist and FBI consultant whose specialty is trauma recovery.
Miami's nastiest divorce becomes even worse when the husband's mistress turns up dead. A nasty divorce gets even worse when the husband's mistress turns up dead and, as the body count increases, the soon-to-be ex-couple's relationship turns out to be even more complicated.
When a young graffiti artist witnesses the murder of an LAPD detective, Carter and Lee must track down the artist in order to prove that a well-known criminal is responsible.
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