List of Lie to Me episodes
Lie to Me is an American crime drama television series that premiered on the Fox network on January 21, 2009. The series follows Dr. Cal Lightman (Tim Roth) and his colleagues at The Lightman Group, as they solve crimes using applied psychology by interpreting microexpressions (through the Facial Action Coding System) and body language.
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||13||January 21, 2009||May 13, 2009|
|2||22||September 28, 2009||September 13, 2010|
|3||13||October 4, 2010||January 31, 2011|
Season 1 (2009)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|1||1||"Pilot"||Robert Schwentke||Samuel Baum||January 21, 2009||1APW79||12.37|
|Dr. Cal Lightman is the world's leading deception expert who studies facial expressions and involuntary body language to discover not only if someone is lying, but why. Lightman and his team of deception experts assist law enforcement and government agencies to expose the truth behind the lies. The son of a family of devout Jehovah's Witnesses is accused of killing his teacher after being caught fleeing the scene of her murder. Meanwhile, the team is hired by the Democratic National Committee to investigate a second case in which the Chairman of the House Ethics Committee is accused of paying for sex.|
|2||2||"Moral Waiver"||Adam Davidson||Josh Singer||January 28, 2009||1APW01||12.20|
|When a female soldier accuses her platoon leader of sexual assault, Lightman is brought to Fort Meade to find out if there's any truth to the accusation. The woman is found to be covering for someone else. Lightman tricks the staff sergeant into admitting that he coerced sex with a soldier by threatening to give her the most dangerous assignment. Meanwhile, Foster investigates whether a high-profile basketball recruit accepted bribes to play for a university.|
|3||3||"A Perfect Score"||Eric Laneuville||Story by : Samuel Baum & Steven Maeda |
Teleplay by : Steven Maeda
|February 4, 2009||1APW04||12.99|
|The murder of a teenage girl who is the daughter of a powerful federal judge leads The Lightman Group to a highly competitive college-prep school where getting to the head of the class means everything. Lightman discovers that a fellow student killed her to protect her involvement in an SAT cheating scam. Foster investigates a NASA test pilot accused of intentionally crashing a $250 million aircraft. It is discovered that the pilot's wife, in an effort to "cure" his psychological disconnect from his family, slipped anti-stress drugs into his food, which compromised his piloting skills.|
|4||4||"Love Always"||Tim Hunter||Story by : Tom Szentgyorgyi & Steven Maeda |
Teleplay by : Tom Szentgyorgyi
|February 18, 2009||1APW03||11.09|
|A controversial South Korean ambassador is presumed to be an assassination target at his son's state wedding. The Lightman team is sent to prevent the murder. The son is shot instead and Lightman exposes long-held family secrets and lies in order to identify the killer — the jealous ex-husband of the son's wife who was using the potential threat at the lavish affair as a cover.|
|5||5||"Unchained"||Lesli Linka Glatter||Josh Singer||March 4, 2009||1APW05||10.20|
|Lightman and Torres team up to interrogate a notorious and imprisoned gang leader who claims to be rehabilitated. If the gang leader is freed on parole, he might help fight inner-city violence or return to his life of crime. Foster and Loker investigate the death of a firefighter who was killed in the line of duty. He may have been murdered in a hazing prank gone wrong, but it is revealed that he violated a fireman's code by sleeping with the chief's niece.|
|6||6||"Do No Harm"||John Behring||Jami O'Brien||March 11, 2009||1APW06||11.25|
|Foster and Lightman investigate a potential abduction of an 11-year-old girl. During the investigation, the audience learns more about Gillian's private issues. Ria and Eli try to find out whether a renowned peace activist is really who she claims to be. However, Eli is attracted to the woman, which interferes with his professional opinion, but eventually relents and is the one who took a confession from her, after he has doubts on her story's credibility.|
|7||7||"The Best Policy"||Arvin Brown||T.J. Brady & Rasheed Newson||March 18, 2009||1APW07||10.26|
|An old friend of Lightman asks him to look into a death caused by a new experimental drug. Foster and Loker help the US government negotiate the release of two Americans about to be executed for possession of narcotics, while the US government attempts to hide their secrets from Foster and Loker. Also Lightman begins to take notice into Foster's husband's secrets.|
|8||8||"Depraved Heart"||Adam Davidson||Dustin Thomason||April 1, 2009||1APW08||9.18|
|Lightman is obsessed with his investigation of two women who commit suicide — he is assisted by Torres; Foster and Loker try to recover millions of dollars for investors who were scammed. Lightman's secrets begin to surface, while Torres attempts to figure them out. Dr. Foster and Loker disagree during an investigation of a suspected case of SEC fraud.|
|9||9||"Life Is Priceless"||Clark Johnson||Dustin Thomason||April 8, 2009||1APW02||8.56|
|While investigating a building collapse, Lightman discovers a massive cover-up. Meanwhile, a billionaire asks the team to determine if his girlfriend loves him for the right reasons and convinces Loker and Torres to take the case by the large sum of money he is offering to the company.|
|10||10||"Better Half"||Karen Gaviola||Ilana Bar-Din Giannini & Josh Singer||April 22, 2009||1APW10||7.97|
|The Lightman Group is hired by Cal's ex-wife, Zoe Landau, to help with an arson case. Torres investigates the drive by shooting of a rapper.|
|11||11||"Undercover"||Seith Mann||Tom Szentgyorgyi||April 29, 2009||1APW09||7.75|
|The group investigates a controversial case about a cop who shot a teenager and the threat of a terrorist attack. Meanwhile, the Lightman Group is supposedly "sued" relating to the multi-million dollar scam, but it was actually a test for Torres' loyalty to see if she would reveal what Loker did (Lightman already knew). Loker is made an unpaid intern near the end of the episode by Lightman, instead of being fired as he was expecting.|
|12||12||"Blinded"||Milan Cheylov||Elizabeth Craft & Sarah Fain||May 6, 2009||1APW11||8.68|
|An FBI agent, Ben Reynolds, enlists the Lightman Group in the hunt for a serial rapist. Lightman is slightly disadvantaged by the skills of lying demonstrated by a incarcerated serial rapist (played by Daniel Sunjata) whom the suspect is thought to be copycatting. Lightman breaks his cool, as Torres doesn't follow his rules, while Foster is put in jeopardy. The entire team all work on this case, as the clock ticks to find the serial rapist. Ben Reynolds is made part of the Lightman group at the end of the episode.|
|13||13||"Sacrifice"||Adam Davidson||Josh Singer & Dustin Thomason||May 13, 2009||1APW12||8.46|
|Domestic terrorist bombings are occurring across the Washington, DC area sending everyone in a panic. FBI Agent Ben Reynolds calls on The Lightman Group to help identify those responsible and prevent more attacks. Lightman finds that the bombs were detonated remotely and that the bombers were set up by someone else. The case takes a personal turn for Torres when Dupree goes missing. Lightman decides to hide the news from Torres so she can remain focused on the big picture. Zoe helps Lightman with the investigation and both are concerned about their daughter's safety.|
Season 2 (2009–10)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|14||1||"The Core of It"||Dan Sackheim||Elizabeth Craft & Sarah Fain||September 28, 2009||2APW01||7.73|
|A young woman approaches Lightman at his book signing, believing she has psychically seen a murder. Lightman finds that the woman has multiple personalities, and he believes that one of her personalities witnessed the murder. Lightman passes off helping Agent Reynolds vet a potential Supreme Court nominee, instead choosing to pursue the case of the multiple-personality woman. The case is passed on to Torres, whom the nominee does not treat with respect due to her age. Torres puts her preconceived judgments about the man aside when she analyzes the facts. Lightman unlocks the woman's original personality, who helps Lightman find the original murderer. Zoe informs Lightman that she is taking their daughter, Emily, and moving to Chicago to open a law firm. Lightman buys out her stake in The Lightman Group so that she can start her own practice in town.|
|15||2||"Truth or Consequences"||Michael Offer||Nick Santora||October 5, 2009||2APW03||8.06|
|Zoe enlists Lightman to help with her client—a 22-year-old star college football player who has been accused of statutory rape with a 16-year-old girl. The case hits home for Lightman, who learns that his daughter Emily was friends with the group of girls who attend these college fraternity parties. Through the course of their investigation, Lightman and Torres determine that Zoe's client was set up by the girl, whose friends leaked the video of the hookup. Lightman figures that the man did not know the girl was underage, noting that his face showed that he knew he shouldn't find underage girls attractive. Meanwhile, Foster and Loker travel to a religious compound to determine whether its claim of IRS exemption is valid. They believe the head of the compound is holding the women against their will. Foster facilitates the escape of one woman and her children, and faces the wrath of both Loker and the government. At the end, the girl's father believes the system is protecting the football player and decides that someone has to pay. He shoots the prosecutor that dropped the charges against the football player, with whose death the episode ends.|
|16||3||"Control Factor"||James Hayman||Sharon Lee Watson||October 12, 2009||2APW04||7.87|
|While on vacation in Mexico with Emily, Lightman becomes involved in the case of a missing American woman, who is a single mother on vacation with her daughter. Upon investigation, Lightman learns that the mother got herself involved with an illegal fertility broker and he manages to find her just in time. Back home, Foster investigates D.C.-area hospitals with Lightman's rival, Jack Rader. They try to uncover the reason that five people have grown gravely ill after receiving blood transfusions.|
|17||4||"Honey"||Timothy Busfield||Matt Olmstead||October 19, 2009||2APW02||7.79|
|Eric Matheson (Garret Dillahunt) is determined to prove that he didn't murder his wife. Torres is assigned to investigate the murder, and goes to the house of the victim's sister. Matheson finds Torres' car and gets into it after she forgot to lock the door. When Torres returns, Matheson holds her at gunpoint, instructing her to drive to the Lightman Group offices. Cal makes a deal with Matheson, asking him to let all the employees go as long as he helps prove Matheson's innocence. Matheson complies, and Foster, Loker, Reynolds and Torres attempt to solve the case, while Reynolds has second thoughts about not calling the authorities. Cal and the team find out that Matheson was actually innocent and that his wife was actually killed by a loan shark. Matheson demands to see the loan shark, saying he will either take his life or Cal's. Cal pleads for Matheson to kill him, but Foster, Loker and Reynolds trick Matheson into letting his guard down after a disguised Loker pretends to recount the last moments of Matheson's wife's life. As Matheson takes aim on Loker, Reynolds draws his gun and shoots Matheson, disarming him. The episode ends with Lightman at Foster's home, asking if he could sleep in her spare room for the night.|
|18||5||"Grievous Bodily Harm"||Eric Laneuville||Alexander Cary||October 26, 2009||2APW05||6.33|
|Cal's old friend Terry Marsh (Lennie James) attempts to pull him into a criminal conspiracy after he settles Terry's gambling debts. The criminals abduct both Cal and Terry and try to recruit Cal to be their personal lie detector, forcing him to determine the validity of a client's counterfeit bills. Over the course of the episode, it is revealed that both Terry and Cal got into trouble with the police when they were young, and that Terry volunteered to take all the blame, allowing Cal to continue with his life. The event ends with an FBI raid, and Lightman tells Terry that they're even. Meanwhile, the Lightman Group probes murderous threats against a high school. They determine that the threats were made by Stacey, an overweight student, who is suicidal due to emotional attacks by her classmates and gym teacher. After Stacy attempts to overdose in the bathroom of the Lightman Group, it is revealed that the gym teacher instigated and participated in the emotional attacks against Stacey. Jasmine, one of the bullies, gives a genuine apology to Stacey, and corroborates Stacey's accusation. The gym teacher is arrested for obstruction of justice because he received the threats and did not report them.|
|19||6||"Lack of Candor"||Terrence O'Hara||T.J. Brady & Rasheed Newson||November 9, 2009||2APW07||7.41|
|After a federal witness is killed, Reynolds becomes the lead witness on a case he worked undercover for 2 years. Determined that Reynolds isn't safe with the US Marshals Service, Lightman runs an investigation and finds some disturbing things about Reynolds' undercover work that his handler (Alicia Coppola) didn't report. In the meantime, Loker and Torres work together to find how the lead witness had been found whilst in protective custody and shot.|
|20||7||"Black Friday"||Dan Sackheim||Ethan Drogin & Heather Thomason||November 16, 2009||2APW08||7.23|
|A boy is determined that he isn't who his parents say he is, after a DNA test proves he is not their son. He enlists the help of Lightman and Foster, who go on a hunt to find his real parents. Meanwhile, Torres joins Loker on his search to prove that an electronics store isn't at fault after a stampede on Black Friday and finds that Loker might have taken the case only to get in Lightman's good graces.|
|21||8||"Secret Santa"||Michael Zinberg||Alexander Cary||November 23, 2009||2APW09||7.16|
|Cal spends the holidays in Afghanistan, where he relies solely on an American expatriate to help a mission to find a pair of missing Marines.|
|22||9||"Fold Equity"||Elodie Keene||Sarah Fain & Elizabeth Craft||November 30, 2009||2APW06||7.49|
|Lightman, Foster and Reynolds travel to Las Vegas to help locate a missing finalist in the World Series of Poker. Lightman uses his skills to read the other competitors' faces to figure out which one knows about the disappearance. They find the body of a poker coach who was banned from Vegas. Lightman and Foster investigate, while Reynolds plays the tables. Foster also tries to keep a leash on Lightman's fascination with all things Vegas. Meanwhile, Loker and Torres analyze Loker's new relationship, and as a result, get closer to each other.|
|23||10||"Tractor Man"||Vahan Moosekian||Tim Clemente||December 14, 2009||2APW10||6.64|
|A protesting farmer called Harold Clark parks his tractor, which he claims is filled with explosives, near the US Treasury building. The FBI sets up its command center in the Lightman Group offices, and Lightman tries to find out if there is actually a bomb in the tractor. The FBI wants to blow up the tractor and kill Clark, just in case Lightman cannot find out for sure. Meanwhile, Loker plays babysitter to third-graders stuck in the Lightman Group office, and earns a kiss from their teacher.|
|24||11||"Beat the Devil"||Vahan Moosekian||David Ehrman & Ethan Drogin||June 7, 2010||2APW21||6.06|
|While giving a lecture to his mentor's graduate students, Lightman meets Martin (Jason Dohring), who mocks Lightman's work and then beats his deception techniques, twice, in front of the class. Since it seems that Martin is aroused by images of torture yet disgusted by images of sexy women, Lightman concludes that he's a psychopath and possibly a murderer, but Lightman's mentor and the university and even Foster wonder if Lightman's just upset that Martin beat his system. As Lightman grows more sure of his hunch, and learns that a girl has gone missing, he begins to stalk Martin and even puts up posters to warn the other girls on campus. Foster fails to see the clues Lightman is sure of, and he gets a little ruffled when she doesn't support his claims. Eventually Lightman sets a trap--only to have Martin, "five steps ahead," kidnap Lightman instead. In the B plot, Loker and Torres look into a UFO sighting by a science teacher whose job is at stake due to his claims. Loker and Torres follow the trail resulting in an encounter with Air Force Colonel Gorman (Glenn Morshower)|
|25||12||"Sweet Sixteen"||Dan Sackheim||Alexander Cary||June 14, 2010||2APW15||6.48|
|After Lightman's former Pentagon colleague is killed in a car bomb, Lightman and Foster are forced to revisit a series of events from their past, including the therapy sessions that brought them together. Parts of Lightman's past including his run-ins with the IRA are revealed.|
|26||13||"The Whole Truth"||James Whitmore, Jr.||Ethan Drogin||June 21, 2010||2APW11||6.08|
|Lightman is called upon by a prosecutor to testify as an expert witness in the trial of a beautiful widow accused of murder. The widow is accused of murdering her much older billionaire husband. She is also accused of having an affair with her step-son and stealing from her husband's company. It is a national case that pits Lightman, working for the prosecution, against his ex-wife, who is the defense attorney in the case. Foster, meanwhile, coaches the prosecution witnesses on how to behave on the stand, and how to engage the jury. Loker and Torres discuss her involvement with an older person.|
|27||14||"React to Contact"||Michael Zinberg||Daniel Voll||June 28, 2010||2APW20||6.20|
|Lightman helps a traumatized soldier who got back from Iraq and who thinks that someone is trying to kill him. The soldier earned a Silver Star for his actions, but shows shame about receiving the Star rather than pride. Lightman exposes the real truth of what happened during the events that earned the soldier a Silver Star. The captain of the team hid the evidence of friendly fire during action by air bombing the Iraqian village, which traumatized the soldier and caused him severe nightmares which almost led to the death of his son.|
|28||15||"Teacher and Pupils"||Roxann Dawson||Kevin Townsley & Nick Santora||July 12, 2010||2APW13||5.71|
|While investigating the murder of a police officer, Cal discovers a conspiracy that could threaten his daughter. Meanwhile, Cal must get the Lightman Group out from under a financial crisis. Lightman is put to the test when he must question an injured officer who can't speak or move after being injured in the line of duty. While investigating, it was found that the Chief Police Officer and four other officers were running dirty renting business in order to earn more money. This led to the death of a character named Jenkins, as he tried to oppose the dirty business or at least get his own share. The injured officer was able to help Cal identify the four officers, who later threatened Cal by trying to frame Emily for carrying a sufficient amount of cocaine for selling purposes. Once again, Cal is able to solve the investigation, resulting in life sentences in prison for the dirty cops.|
|29||16||"Delinquent"||Michael Zinberg||Elizabeth Craft & Sarah Fain||July 19, 2010||2APW14||5.66|
|When a pregnant girl is found murdered in prison, Cal and the Lightman Group team help Torres try to clear her juvenile delinquent sister of charges, and protect her from the real killer. It turns out the chief of the prison was running business letting the prisoners out and rob rich peoples' houses for her in the aim of gaining 2 million dollars. She then had the pregnant girl, Marly, killed, as she was threatening to expose the whole system. Cal gets her to confess inside the Lightman Group interrogation room, while having all the convicts standing outside and watching her go down. Foster and the psychologist of the prison seem to get romantic, as in the end of the episode he walks into Foster's office with a bouquet of flowers. Torres' sister Ava takes a good step in her life and reconciles with her sister. Emily passes her driver's license test.|
|30||17||"Bullet Bump"||James Hayman||T.J. Brady & Rasheed Newson||July 26, 2010||2APW16||5.60|
|The Lightman Group investigates when a young woman is killed at a political rally in Virginia. As the group investigates it soon becomes clear there was more going on than just murder and one of The Lightman group is forced out after lying to protect one of the suspect whom they believed to be innocent.|
|31||18||"Headlock"||Michael Offer||Sharon Lee Watson & Jameal Turner||August 2, 2010||2APW18||5.64|
|A street fighter is murdered and Lightman is the prime suspect. Things are further complicated when the lead agent on the case turns out to be someone who Lightmans' suspicions on a previous case cause him to suffer career set back. The clock ticks as the Group must find the real killer before Lightman ends up behind bars.|
|32||19||"Pied Piper"||Paul McCrane||Sharon Lee Watson||August 16, 2010||2APW12||4.96|
|Zoe and Lightman fear they sent an innocent man to his death when a man they prosecuted 17 years ago is executed. Events begin to unfold as they did before when phone calls taunting the family of the murder victim start the day after the execution, followed by a new abduction. As Lightman works to find the truth two members of his team contemplate leaving before Lightmans' mistake brings them all down.|
|33||20||"Exposed"||Terrence O'Hara||David Graziano||August 23, 2010||2APW19||5.10|
|After Foster's boyfriend, Dave Burns, gets abducted, Lightman tries to track him down with the help of Burns's mysterious ex-partner.|
|34||21||"Darkness and Light"||Lesli Linka Glatter||Matt Olmstead & Heather Thomason||August 30, 2010||2APW17||5.21|
|The Lightman Group investigates the disappearance of a young woman, which leads them to uncover a criminal element in the adult film business.|
|35||22||"Black and White"||Daniel Sackheim||Alexander Cary & Kevin Townsley||September 13, 2010||2APW22||4.94|
|The Lightman Group investigates the murder of a journalist and friend of Lightman's who was killed while exposing a corrupt politician—a case that tests Lightman's relationship with Reynolds and the FBI. Reynolds is shot during a field trip with Cal to a train station. Meanwhile, Emily's newfound interest in dating makes her father uncomfortable.|
Season 3 (2010–11)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|36||1||"In the Red"||Daniel Sackheim||Alexander Cary & David Graziano||October 4, 2010||3APW01||5.87|
|Lightman attempts to stop a man from robbing a bank by helping to plan and execute it. Meanwhile, Foster and Lightman get into an argument over who is in charge of running the company and a new intern is hired to replace Loker. Jamie Hector also guest stars in the episode.|
|37||2||"The Royal We"||Michael Zinberg||David Ehrman||October 11, 2010||3APW02||5.44|
|In the course of defending a wrongly accused man Lightman uncovers a secret within a teen beauty contest.|
|38||3||"Dirty Loyal"||Michelle MacLaren||Kevin Fox||October 18, 2010||3APW03||5.62|
|Internal Affairs investigates an incident involving Detective Wallowski (Monique Curnen). The Lightman Group is hired to review police profiling techniques.|
|39||4||"Double Blind"||David Platt||Dailyn Rodriguez||October 25, 2010||3APW05||4.26|
|The Lightman Group's expertise is called into question when a woman (Tricia Helfer) plays cat-and-mouse with Cal while he's checking for security leaks at an art museum prior to a major exhibition.|
|40||5||"The Canary's Song"||Seith Mann||Samantha Howard Corbin||November 8, 2010||3APW06||5.23|
|Lightman and Loker investigate a mine explosion, while Foster and Torres work with the FBI.|
|41||6||"Beyond Belief"||Emile Levisetti||Timothy J. Lea||November 15, 2010||3APW07||5.94|
|When a wealthy woman (Julia Campbell) attempts suicide in the office of the leader of a self-help empire (David Sutcliffe) her daughter hires Lightman to investigate the cult-like leader. As Lightman gets closer to the truth about the self-help guru's past, threats are made against Lightman and his daughter.|
|42||7||"Veronica"||Michael Nankin||Ethan Drogin||November 22, 2010||3APW04||5.63|
|Lightman becomes intrigued with a woman suffering from Alzheimer's disease, who is convinced "Charlie" killed her sister. He pieces together her memories to find out the truth.|
|43||8||"Smoked"||Kate Woods||David Slack||November 29, 2010||3APW08||6.38|
|Lightman is hired to solve the murder of a woman whose father (John Amos) is on his deathbed.|
|44||9||"Funhouse"||Daniel Sackheim||Jameal Turner||January 10, 2011||3APW09||5.48|
|Lightman begins to question his own sanity while he tries to get a patient released from a mental hospital.|
|45||10||"Rebound"||John Polson||David Ehrman & Kevin Fox||January 10, 2011||3APW10||5.43|
|Lightman is hired by a wealthy woman (Victoria Pratt) to look into her new boyfriend's background.|
|46||11||"Saved"||Michael Offer||Samantha Corbin-Miller & Dailyn Rodriguez||January 17, 2011||3APW11||5.93|
|Lightman is hired to investigate three high school students responsible for a fatal traffic accident, which takes a turn for the better when he finds the heroic paramedic who was first on the scene.|
|47||12||"Gone"||Adam Arkin||Timothy J. Lea||January 24, 2011||3APW12||7.67|
|A baby goes missing, and her mother accuses an unknown person of the kidnapping. When Lightman sees she's hiding something, he digs deeper and discovers a family in need of repair.|
|48||13||"Killer App"||Vahan Moosekian||David Slack||January 31, 2011||3APW13||7.06|
|One of Foster's former patients turns up dead shortly after expressing concern that she is being squeezed out by a business partner.|
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