Mike brings his wife Kiki back to where it all began for him as a boxer -- Cus D'Amato's boxing gym in the Catskills -- where he explores the true influence that Cus had upon him as a boxer and as a man. After reflecting upon his past, Mike lays the groundwork for his own future in boxing, visiting and mentoring some of the young fighters he will be working with as a boxing promoter.moreless
Mike visits with sports legend and personal hero, Jim Brown and discusses marriage, fidelity and parenting. Struggling to become the family man he aspires to be, Mike shares his own shortcomings as a father and some of his personal tragedies that have shaped the man he is today as he strives to be a role model for his children, preventing them from repeating the lessons of his past.moreless
In one of their first extended encounters together since their infamous ear-biting incident in 1997, Mike visits his one-time rival Evander Holyfield. Mike explores the true nature of their relationship and their uniquely shared experiences - both highs and lows - throughout the past few decades. Evander invites Mike to join him for his teenage son Evan's first amateur fight.moreless
Mike heads off on the national tour of his one-man show stopping first in Indianapolis. Battling his own anxiety about how he will be received in the city where he served a 3-year prison sentence, he begins this personal journey attempting to leave behind the public persona of Iron Mike so that he can instead be embraced as a legitimate entertainer.moreless
Ted is reluctant to break up with his crazy girlfriend Jeanette. Meanwhile, Robin becomes attached to Marvin after finally holding him for the first time.
A janitor's brutal attack of a school's gymnastics coach eventually reveals that the janitor was the victim of another coach—one who is a serial pedophile with ties to a death-row inmate. Benson asks Bayard Ellis to right a wrong with a last-minute appeal.moreless