Episode 3, "The Knock Down" - Fannie Robinson has been charged with the shooting death of her husband Amos, a professional boxer. Murdoch's intuition tells him she's innocent, and he tries to track the real killer through a blood trail at the scene of the crime.
Episode 4, "Elementary, My Dear Murdoch" - Spiritualist Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Geraint Wyn Davies) tags along with Murdoch when they learn the location of a dead woman from a medium, Sarah Pensell (Maria del Mar), at a séance.
Episode 5, "'Till Death Do Us Part" - A murdered groom may have been hiding many secrets - including his sexuality. When his male lover also turns up dead Murdoch must look into whether love or money played a part in the crimes.
Episode 6, "Let Loose the Dogs" - Murdoch's father Harry Murdoch (Stephen McHattie) turns out to be the prime suspect in a murder. Murdoch may believe his father is innocent of this crime, but he still blames him for the death of his mother. Can he treat his father and the case fairly?
Episode 7, "Body Double" - A performance of Macbeth is interrupted by the discovery of a (very) dead body. Murdoch and Dr. Ogden utilize dental records to identify the body as Virgil Smart, the owner of the theater. Facial reconstruction helps identify another corpse who had been assumed to be Smart a year previously.
[Dr. Ogden, Constable Crabtree, and Murdoch examine a victim's body]
Episode 8, "Still Waters" - Murder strikes the newest member of a rowing club. Murdoch employs an early lie-detector machine to determine the truth behind the crime.
Episode 9, "Belly Speaker" - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle returns, this time to use Murdoch as the inspiration for a character in his new novel. Meanwhile, Murdoch's latest case features a ventriloquist's dummy named Mycroft ...
Episode 10, "Child's Play" - Could a young child or gang of kids be behind a wealthy man's murder?