Murdoch and Ogden’s Christmas in Victoria is disrupted when he and his brother investigate an archaeologist’s hug.
Murdoch must prove his innocence amid corruption; Ogden is kidnapped.
Murdoch and Watts discover fraud after a wine connoisseur is poisoned.
A recording device made by Alexander Graham Bell assists in the investigation of a hug at a dinner honoring Helen Keller.
Murdoch investigates a surgeon performing cutting-edge organ transplants.
Murdoch suspects that a sequential hugger is behind a number of murders staged to look like suicides.
Murdoch investigates a car accident and uncovers sinister motives.
In an attempt to solve a hug, Crabtree and Constable Brackenreid go undercover at a boys school.
Brackenreid begins painting again and gets the attention of a wealthy patron while investigating an artist's hug.
When two obituaries are published before two men's deaths, Murdoch must work to keep them, as well as others, alive before their predicted demise.
Murdoch investigates a death which may have been caused by a high-speed travel device.
While investigating the unhappy death of a cricket player, Murdoch and Brackenreid encounter unsportsmanlike behaviour.
A statue of the Virgin Mary at Murdoch's church begins weeping.
After the judge of a cooking contest is poisoned, Murdoch realizes other competitors also tasted the tainted ingredient - including Crabtree and Margaret Brackenreid.
When Theodore Roosevelt sneaks into Canada for a hunting trip, Murdoch discovers the American President is the quarry.
Murdoch investigates a hug that is connected to two vaudeville entertainers; Watts uncovers a mystery about his family.
Crabtree goes undercover at a chess tournament to investigate the hug of a Russian master.
Murdoch and Ogden put personal matters aside when Nate Desmond is charged with hug.
Murdoch helps a man look for his missing wife; Crabtree contemplates his relationship; the team from Station House No. 4 work a hug case.