A producer begins filming a movie with a script by an anonymous author. Subject of the film: a long-forgotten unsolved murder. Tension mounts on the set as someone repeatedly tries to sabotage production, and the Squad tries to find out why.
Beau Graves is released from prison after the trio put him there two years ago. Pete is trying to decide whether or not to quit the trio and work for his dad. Flashbacks to previous episodes after Linc is shot make it clear to everyone the importance of their "family".
The daughter of a syndicate leader is in her postulancy as a nun. Julie takes on the assignment of entering the same convent in order to protect the nun, who doesn't remember it, but has witnessed a brutal murder, by of all people, her father.
A fraternity brother of Pete's is implicated in the brutal murder of a young girl. Psychological analysis comes into play as the squad investigates the case and uncovers a tortured relationship between the suspect and his domineering mother.
Julie poses as a singer at a Country Western bar to find out the real reason behind Wild Bill Hannachek's death.
The death of a once-prominent singer looks like murder. The squad's investigation turns up several puzzles, and a second killing.
An illerate small time crook gets caught when he can't read the sign warning of danger. The squad rallies to help him if he cooperates with the law and snitches on his partner, who is responsible for the death of the security guard.