The Doyles are hired to provide security at a strike site, where they run into Jimmy O'Rourke and Wolf, who are working a case undercover at the same site. All the evidence points to Vick Saul, but things are not what they seem. Sloan gets a visit from an old friend, who pulls her back into the world of crime. Sloan, tired of all the lies, comes clean about everything.moreless
The arrival of a casket at the bar throws a monkey-wrench into the plans for Christian's wedding; it seems Ned Bishop has double-booked the bar. When the Doyles discover that the body is missing from the casket, the search is on. The NRC are also searching for a fugitive murderer, and the two cases cross paths. Rose and Sloan dig into the background of Christian's bride-to-be and her father, and discover some secrets Ruby was hoping to keep hidden. Leslie ignores an IA investigation and helps the Doyles with all the problems that are plaguing them.moreless
Jake's old high school nemesis, Clyde, is back to cause Jake more problems. Much to Jake's surprise, Clyde now has a say in Jake's freedom, and becomes a hindrance while Jake searches for the evidence that could exonerate him of the murder charges. Leslie is being watched by both her bosses and her department-ordered counsellor, who is getting a little too close for Leslie's comfort. Mal and Rose question Christian about his return and what he's been doing since he left.moreless
In order to pay off his mounting debt to Vick Saul, Jake is forced to work with Alisha to find the missing driver of a shipment of guns. Jake takes matters into his own hands, and plays all parties against each other to end a possible crime war, as well as ending his connection to Saul. Mal and Des are left to try to continue with the paying clients and have to resort to becoming repo-men; Rose finds out about Sloan, and Leslie tries to help Jake find evidence to exonerate him of the murder charges.moreless
Trying to work off Sloan's debt to Vick Saul puts Jake and Mal at the scene of an accident that they are hired to investigate by the insurance company; their investigation leads them to the Crash Derby, and reveals a possible scam involving more than one of the cars involved, as well as throwing suspicion on the insurance agent. Sloan continues to involve herself in Vick Saul's dealings, much to Jake's chagrin; Jake tries to strike a deal with one of Vick's associates that he hopes will be mutually beneficial. Leslie is forced into therapy before she can return to active duty, but is reluctant to talk to either her therapist or Jake.moreless
The Doyles take the only help offered them in order to bail Jake out of jail, which puts Jake at the mercy of Carl Maher, who has an investment case he wants looked into. The money trail leads to Carl's sister, a possibly corrupt Securities Commission agent, and a journalist who is also following the story. Leslie is having problems at work, and taking out her emotional difficulties on the perps she's arresting.moreless
Imprisoned on a murder charge, Jake must find a way to stay safe while locked up with many of the criminals he put away. Struggling to make bail after Sloan stole all their savings, the Doyles do what they can to help, while watching over a comatose Leslie.moreless
When the head of the construction company in charge of the airport expansion starts getting death threats, Jake is on the case. Leslie has to deal with a new Inspector on the job, and an old adversary getting out of jail. Jake's investigation into the death threats leads him to the recent parolee from jail, and then the threats become reality. Sloan is in trouble, owing money to a loan shark; she helps herself to the Doyles' cash, but Des and Rose soon discover the fact that the Investigation Agency is missing money.moreless
Jake races against the clock to fulfill the demands of a crazed kidnapper who has Leslie; Jake must escape prison, steal dynamite from a police facility and bring it to the man or else Leslie will die. The whole Doyle clan comes together to help Jake in his quest. Sloan cleans out the Doyles' bank accounts and uses the money as bait, hoping to make a big score before she leaves town.moreless
While working on a case, Jake runs into Bill Murdoch, but is unsure of whether to trust him or not.
Kevin Crocker returns to St. John's and teams up with Jake in an effort to clear his name; Leslie is forced into the spotlight; Des struggles with a secret and whether he should tell Jake what he knows.moreless
In order to pay off a debt, Jake investigates a conman; Leslie's suspicions are raised over another officer's behaviour, and a further monkey wrench is thrown into Jake and Leslie's stormy relationship when one of Jake's many exes visits.moreless
An art heist puts one of the Doyle clan in danger, and sets the whole family out to find the person responsible; Sloan tries to fit in and live a "normal" life with the Doyles.moreless
With internet crime on the rise, the Doyles find themselves chasing a super hacker, and Jake meets up with a new police nemesis. Mal and Rose find there are some things to negotiate in their relationship; Des finds someone new to model himself after.moreless
When an informant is murdered, Leslie must work with Callum to solve the crime. Jake finds himself getting involved in Callum's life, and Tinny earns some respect from an unexpected source.
While discussing security with a new client, Jake and Mal are taken hostage in a robbery; their inside investigation leads them to believe the robbers are after more than just money. Sloan's unusual behaviour raises suspicion in both Rose and Des, who are concerned about her, but her own investigations lead her to a startling discovery. Des continues his apartment hunting.moreless
Jake, Malachy, and Des go off for some male-bonding time on a fishing trip, only to discover a dead body. Rose finds a new friend has a dark side, and Leslie teams up with Callum.moreless
After being drugged, Jake has trouble remembering what happened to him in the last 24 hours, which is exactly the time-frame in which Sloan has gone missing. While Jake struggles with his patchy memory, Des and Mal try to follow up on what few clues they have to find Sloan. Both Tinny and Leslie come to a decision on which way they want their love lives to go.moreless
Dead bodies are turning up all over town, and the circumstances of the deaths strongly resemble the plots from Garrison Steele novels... and the fact that the author is in St. John's makes him a prime suspect. The Doyles are on the case, which puts Jake in a tough spot as he's trying to avoid conflict, or even contact, with Leslie. Tinny is also trying to keep disagreements with Grayson to a minimum while she works out her feelings for Des.moreless
While Mal and Jake are busy chasing after a hit man, Martin Poole returns to make Rose's life difficult. Tinny makes a decision regarding what path her life will take.
Both Jake and Mal find themselves with the wool pulled over their eyes by a devious client, and Des finds himself strangely connected to the case. A surprise is in store for both Jake and Leslie.moreless
Jake turns to bounty hunting in order to catch a bail-jumper and bring him back to the authorities, but he finds that things are made more difficult by interested parties on both sides of the law.moreless
Jake arrives back in St. John's from his mysterious boat ride, only to find that he's in a worse situation than when he left. Tinny goes too far, and someone new to St. John's is showing interest in Leslie.
Tinny's duties as an officer of the RNC begin as she supervises the transport of a cargo of guns and drugs; meanwhile, in St. John's, a prison break puts the people of the city at risk.moreless
When Tinny's cargo of guns and drugs is taken by Maurice Becker, Jake must work with his ex-partner, Kevin Crocker, to get her back.
When a bomber intent on doing harm is trapped inside the RNC headquarters, it's up to Jake, inside with him, to try to talk him out of doing anything rash.
Jake is having some problems sleeping, so takes medication which causes even more problems. Mal and Rose come to the aid of a friend.