Henry used to be a gravedigger.
At least he had a good reason.
"Adam" knows all about the Jack the Ripper copycat murder.
Jo is upset when Henry illegally obtains evidence.
Jo had to kill someone for the first time.
Henry's anonymous caller is back and the murders are darker than ever.
Someone sent a human heart to the NYPD!
He was buying heroin for research purposes!
Jo asks how Henry and Abe know each other.
The chase ends abruptly.
Most people don't live long enough to see it happen.
A case reminds Henry of an immigrant boy he once tried to help.
Henry finds a victim's cell phone buried underground.
Henry finds evidence of foul play.
Henry will love Abigail forever.
Lucas makes up for getting Henry in trouble.
In flashback, Gloria Carlyle gives Henry advice on love.
Jo guesses Henry has a connection to the victim.
Henry quickly deduces what killed a murder victim.
Henry approaches a distraught suspect on a subway platform.
Abe gets involved in Henry and Jo's investigation.
Henry tells Jo there's more to life than work.
Abe admits he worries about Henry's future.
Henry remembers what an old friend taught him.
"Just because you can't grow old, that doesn't mean you can't evolve."
Abigail tries to persuade Henry to adopt baby Abraham.
Henry goes out on a limb to find evidence.
The first 200 years are easy.
Henry is in real danger.
The anonymous caller knows too much.
Henry exposes an untruthful witness's lies.
Henry Morgan explains how his unique story began.
Henry's connection to Abe is revealed.
Henry uses his gift of immortality to stop the killer.
Henry gets an unsettling phone call.
Henry Morgan puts his observational skills to good use.
Dr. Henry Morgan impresses Det. Jo Martinez at their first meeting.
Henry remembers a conversation with Abigail.
Henry's dying to solve this crime.
Henry deduces where the killer will strike next.