In the season finale, Peggy and Ed try to escape.
Peggy and Ed follow their plan at the Motor Motel; Lou faces jurisdictional politics; and Hanzee reports to the Gerhardts.
Hanzee searches for Peggy and Ed while Dodd ends up in unfamiliar territory.
Floyd takes action and Charlie tries to prove himself. Peggy and Ed disagree about what to do next and Lou is sidelined during Ronald Reagan's campaign tour.
Floyd responds to Kansas City's proposal; Hanzee takes a road trip; and Lou comes to a realization.
The Gerhardts get an unexpected offer and two surprising murderers try to clean up their mess.
In the second season premiere, a surprising event at a diner disrupts the citizens of a small Minnesota town.
Cady makes a shocking discovery; at the same time, Walt's investigation of Nighthorse heats up, but not in the way he was hoping.
Walt's troubles with Nighthorse are further complicated by the discovery of a body in the luggage of a tour bus. Meanwhile, Henry makes a bold move to help a mother and son.
Volatile tensions erupt between local oil rig workers and the Cheyenne people when a young Native American girl is raped on the reservation.
Walt struggles to let go of the past as he and the team investigate a highway robbery perpetrated by people involved in a strange relationship.
Henry is troubled with new problems after his attempt at justice backfires, resulting in a new investigation for Walt.
In the Season 4 finale, the line between justice and the law gets even blurrier for Henry and Walt as their hunt for a killer intensifies.
Walt attempts to narrow the field of suspects in his wife's murder. Meanwhile, Branch's behavior causes trouble.
Walt is asked to judge a pageant during an ongoing murder investigation. Meanwhile, Cady turns to an old friend for help.
Walt deals with the repercussions from Henry's arrest and Branch's shooting. Looking for the shooter proves complicated when Branch reveals who shot him.
Walt and Branch investigate an apparent suicide that may be linked to Cady's accident. Walt and Henry must face up what took place in Denver when Detective Fales shows up with warrants.
An explosion on the reservation has the Cheyennes blaming an energy company's fracking. Branch hooks up again with Cady and finds some information he can use to his advantage in the election.
Walt investigates the world of underground poker games after the Tribal Council president, who had a gambling problem, is found dead in his car on county land. The list of suspects starts to mount when tribal politics are taken into consideration. Walt feels betrayed when he finds out about Cady and Branch's affair.moreless
When Longmire has two dead bodies and a Mexican drug cartel to sort out, he asks Henry for help.
Longmire has been widowed a year and is still struggling with his wife's death. With the help of his daughter Cady and his female deputy Vic, Longmire is ready to turn his life around, get re-energized about his job as sheriff and put his heart into running for re-election. Even when his ambitious deputy Branch decides to run against him, Longmire continues his unwavering devotion to the community. And when and if Longmire needs support, he has his close friend and confidant Henry Standing Bear.moreless
As the date of the vow renewal approaches, Bridget decides she needs to reveal her true identity to Andrew. Meanwhile, with Bodaway Macawi closing in on Bridget, Agent Machado is forced off the case, and Henry struggles with the decision to tell Bridget the truth about Siobhan.moreless
Bridget is unable to get in touch with Malcolm and starts to worry that something has happened to him. As she tries to track him down, Bridget visits the hotel where Malcolm was staying and finds security footage revealing that Andrew was the last person to see Malcolm before he went missing. Meanwhile, Juliet learns that someone in her family played a role in Tessa's attack, and Siobhan admits to Henry the reason that she faked her own death.moreless
Catherine, Juliet's mother, shows up in New York, and her presence strains Andrew and Bridget's relationship. Bridget uncovers a man from Siobhan's past who she thinks might be a valuable source of information about her sister. Meanwhile, Henry finds a lead that makes Agent Machado believe he is closing in on Bridget.moreless
In order to solve the current murder of a treasure hunter, Castle and Beckett must first solve a 1947 homicide that involved a hard-boiled private detective.
When Bridget is unable to get in touch with Gemma, she starts to suspect that something has happened between Gemma and Henry. Juliet starts a new public school, where she must defend herself against the school bully, and her teacher, Mr. Carpenter, comes to her rescue. Bridget asks Charlie for a favor that could come back to haunt her, while Agent Machado starts to investigate Malcolm's disappearance.moreless
Gemma asks Bridget, who is still posing as Siobhan, to do her a risky favor. Henry receives some disappointing news about his writing career, and Andrew struggles with his rocky relationship with his teenage daughter, Juliet. Bridget meets a potential new sponsor named Charlie at a local Narcotics Anonymous meeting, while Malcolm battles his demons when he is put in a situation that threatens his sobriety.moreless
Bridget discovers that she may have found a clue that could bring her closer to identifying Siobhan's killer. Bridget uncovers some interesting information about Andrew, which leads to some tension between the two of them. Agent Machado continues to investigate Bridget, and tensions flare between Henry and Gemma over their investment in Andrew's hedge fund.moreless