Moretti faces criminal charges after taking matters into her own hands on a dangerous case; Pierce and Donnie try to clear Kate's name.
Donnie tries to help a war hero who suffers from a neurological disorder; Pierce is surprised by an old flame.
Pierce investigates a stabbing at a psychiatric hospital and becomes convinced that the hospital is full of dark secrets.
Moretti calls on Pierce to determine the credibility of a man's death-bed confession; Pierce and Moretti try to uncover the truth about a series of apparent homicides.
Pierce partners with Donnie to investigate the malfunction of a brain device used to control tremors; Lewicki learns a lesson about dating.
Pierce and Moretti try to solve the murder of a man who spent most of his time playing a game online; Pierce struggles to distinguish between reality and fantasy.
An environmental activist asks Pierce to work on a case involving abnormal neurological reactions in a group of young girls; Pierce discovers a dark secret at the root of the girls' ailments; Moretti questions Pierce's motives.
A series of bizarre public murders leads Pierce to realize that the killer is trying to send a message; Donnie doubts Pierce's theory.
Pierce and Moretti investigate a case in which a woman reports that aliens have abducted her husband; Pierce's imaginary girlfriend threatens his real-life relationship.
Kate Moretti asks Dr. Daniel Pierce to determine the mental competency of a man being retried for murder; Moretti's soon-to-be-ex-husband prosecutes the case.
This Season Pass includes all current episodes and will include future episodes after broadcast date as they become available. Dr. Pierce continues to helps the FBI in the second season of the drama.
In part two of the season finale, Moretti learns there may be some truth to Pierce's conspiracy theory when new evidence shows up online.
In part one of the two-part season finale, Pierce is tipped off by a former student about a potential conspiracy to cover up the murder of a U.S. Senator.
Moretti and Pierce are called upon to solve a crime in their own backyard when a college student is killed in her dorm room.
Pierce is brought into a case involving a schizophrenic. Meanwhile, Moretti tries to impress her new boss at the FBI.
Pierce is called upon to help the FBI investigate the murder of a therapist; Pierce is used as bait to get a wealthy alumni's widow to fund a new building.
It's mind over murder, as an eccentric neuroscientist with a unique view of the world teams up with the FBI to crack difficult cases in TNT's new drama series, "Perception." Eric McCormack stars, with Rachael Leigh Cook, Arjay Smith and Kelly Rowan.
Dr. Pierce continues to helps the FBI in the second season of the drama.
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