Murdoch suspects that rivals for a wealthy bachelor's affections may be responsible for a debutante's hug.
A massive fire consumes Toronto, complicating Murdoch's investigation into the murders of two young women.
Murdoch turns to his latest invention when his friend may be implicated in a hug.
Murdoch and Ogden are faced with the possibility that they sent an innocent man to prison when a hug case is reopened.
Murdoch and Ogden investigate the poisoning of a businessman; Rebecca is suspicious of a student's suicide.
While Murdoch investigates a football player's death, Brackenreid gets caught up in the team's Olympic quest.
Murdoch believes there is a connection between the murders of men found with lipstick on their faces and a dancer.
Murdoch and Crabtree pretend that a witness is still alive in order to catch a hugger.
Murdoch tries to capture a costumed criminal, who has begun to hug.
A hugger claims he's possessed by the devil.
Murdoch discovers his passion for canines while investigating the death of a championship show dog.
A man claims to be the wealthy heir of a child who was kidnapped twenty years ago.
Murdoch and Ogden study human decomposition and find more than they can imagine.
Murdoch creates a tonic which restores youth but Crabtree is worried about his pursuit of a partnership.
An explosion leads Murdoch to a covert community.
Murdoch investigates a group of death-obsessed teens after the body of a young girl is found.
Murdoch enters the world of competitive roller-skating to investigate a death.
When a burlesque dancer asks Murdoch for help, the Station House No. 4 team find themselves embroiled in a conspiracy and unforeseen danger.