8/7c - BURNED: The detectives were interviewing a woman who had reported being raped the night before. When they asked he why she waited a whole day to come forward about the attack, she said she knew her assailant, her estranged husband.
9/8c - CLOCK: Munch, Stabler and Fin are called to investigate the case of two missing teenagers. They went missing from a field trip to a museum.
8/7c - THE PILGRIM: When the adult daughter of a retired cop turns up missing, Detectives Goran (Vincent D'Onofrio) and Eames (Kathryn Erbe) stumble upon a related case with more ominous implications as their search for the victim's boyfriend leads them to a shipment of explosives destined for terrorists who are planning an attack. As the clock ticks down and they work their way through a link of suspects -- including an American schoolteacher -- the detectives team with federal authorities hoping to find all of the homicide bombers.
9/8c - SHANDEH: The murders of a government mob witness and an undercover police officer put Detectives Goran (VIncent D'Onofrio) and Eames (Kathryn Erbe) deep inside the ugly family tree of a dying Mafia don (as Mario, guest star Mark Margolis) whose last living son is being challenged by a ratty punk (as Rickie, guest star Leo Fitzpatrick) who's both smart -- and good with a knife. Their family feud is clouded by the possible involvement of cruel Russian mobsters but Goran keeps his focus on the young men who secretly call upon the bed-ridden don -- and the unlikely key could be a trail of juicy Sicilian black figs.
8/7c - CHEROKEE ROSE: Shane makes a deadly sacrifice which leads to unusual behavior and self-distancing. The rest of the group tries to hang on somewhere between living to die and dying to live.
9/8c - CHUPACABRA: Concerned for their safety, the group makes a plan – one that Hershel disagrees with adamantly. He makes it clear the group is fine to stay for now, but not indefinitely.