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Undercover detective Grace Travis crossed the line between right and wrong and her involvement with the city’s most powerful and dangerous crime family caused her to pay the ultimate price – the loss of her son. This season, Grace tries to get her life under control and stay on the right side of the law. But when one of her agents is murdered, she’s pulled back into a world of lies and deceit, following a trail of dirty money and investigating three soldiers at the center of the drama.

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Undercover detective Grace Travis crossed the line between right and wrong and her involvement with the city’s most powerful and dangerous crime family caused her to pay the ultimate price – the loss of her son. This season, Grace tries to get her life under control and stay on the right side of the law. But when one of her agents is murdered, she’s pulled back into a world of lies and deceit, following a trail of dirty money and investigating three soldiers at the center of the drama.

    • Episode 1

    The Aquarium

    Grace Travis is a loving wife and mother and one of the bay area's best undercover detectives. She's been on loan with the Oakland Police Department for the past year working undercover as a fixer in Jimmy Laszlo's criminal organization. After her son, Sam, is killed in an apparent drive-by, Grace's life is shattered. When a connection emerges between the shooting and her police work, Grace resumes her undercover life inside Laszlo's organization, against the express orders of her superiors at the Oakland Police Department. Unable to confide anyone, Grace reaches out to her mentor, Mitch, for help in Sam's case. When Grace's former handler, Wilson, discovers what she's up to, it complicates the situation. Meanwhile, Jimmy Laszlo has problems of his own. After his accountant, Tony Aldon, is found dead, Jimmy and his crew is left wondering whose behind it. Is a rival Chinese organization, Clay Street, moving against them? Jimmy and his son, Alec, differ in their ideas on how to handle the threat.

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    • 54 Minutes

    Grace Travis is a loving wife and mother and one of the bay area's best undercover detectives. She's been on loan with the Oakland Police Department for the past year working undercover as a fixer in Jimmy Laszlo's criminal organization. After her son, Sam, is killed in an apparent drive-by, Grace's life is shattered. When a connection emerges between the shooting and her police work, Grace resumes her undercover life inside Laszlo's organization, against the express orders of her superiors at the Oakland Police Department. Unable to confide anyone, Grace reaches out to her mentor, Mitch, for help in Sam's case. When Grace's former handler, Wilson, discovers what she's up to, it complicates the situation. Meanwhile, Jimmy Laszlo has problems of his own. After his accountant, Tony Aldon, is found dead, Jimmy and his crew is left wondering whose behind it. Is a rival Chinese organization, Clay Street, moving against them? Jimmy and his son, Alec, differ in their ideas on how to handle the threat.

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    • 54 Minutes
    • Episode 2

    Fireball

    Jimmy Laszlo has discovered Grace's true identity. While pleading for her life, Grace convinces Jimmy that there’s a traitor in his own organization, and it’s tied to her son's death. Jimmy investigates Grace’s claims and confirms she's telling the truth about Sam. Jimmy discovers millions are missing from his accounts. Uncertain about his crew, Jimmy tightens ship. After Lieutenant Hernandez discovers Grace is back undercover without authorization, Grace faces an internal affairs review board for her conduct. Alec, believing Clay Street is moving against them, orders retaliation by firebombing one of their restaurants. Jimmy’s youngest son, Max, gets out of jail. Grace confides in Mitch that Jimmy's discovered her real identity. He warns her to get out while she can. After having promised to make her daughter, Evie, dinner, Grace is summoned to Jimmy's house for a party. She is unable to refuse. At Max's welcome home party, Jimmy and Grace make a deal to work together.

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    • 51 Minutes

    Jimmy Laszlo has discovered Grace's true identity. While pleading for her life, Grace convinces Jimmy that there’s a traitor in his own organization, and it’s tied to her son's death. Jimmy investigates Grace’s claims and confirms she's telling the truth about Sam. Jimmy discovers millions are missing from his accounts. Uncertain about his crew, Jimmy tightens ship. After Lieutenant Hernandez discovers Grace is back undercover without authorization, Grace faces an internal affairs review board for her conduct. Alec, believing Clay Street is moving against them, orders retaliation by firebombing one of their restaurants. Jimmy’s youngest son, Max, gets out of jail. Grace confides in Mitch that Jimmy's discovered her real identity. He warns her to get out while she can. After having promised to make her daughter, Evie, dinner, Grace is summoned to Jimmy's house for a party. She is unable to refuse. At Max's welcome home party, Jimmy and Grace make a deal to work together.

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    • 51 Minutes
    • Episode 3

    Cathy's Song

    The Laszlos feel the fallout from Alec's retaliation against Clay Street. The Chinese want blood or money, and the police want justice. Grace convinces Jimmy to take pre-emptive action by walking into the police station on his own volition and denying his family’s involvement. Grace uses this distraction to steal cell phones from his crew and asks Mitch to run for location and call histories. Alec's wife, Cathy, encourages him to take charge and stop asking for Jimmy's approval. Alec in an attempt to make up for his misstep, kills his two crew members responsible for the firebombing. Grace has a fight with her husband, Tom, who can't understand her obsession with finding their son's killer. Grace and Mitch discovers another link between one of Jimmy’s associates and Sam's shooting.

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    • 49 Minutes

    The Laszlos feel the fallout from Alec's retaliation against Clay Street. The Chinese want blood or money, and the police want justice. Grace convinces Jimmy to take pre-emptive action by walking into the police station on his own volition and denying his family’s involvement. Grace uses this distraction to steal cell phones from his crew and asks Mitch to run for location and call histories. Alec's wife, Cathy, encourages him to take charge and stop asking for Jimmy's approval. Alec in an attempt to make up for his misstep, kills his two crew members responsible for the firebombing. Grace has a fight with her husband, Tom, who can't understand her obsession with finding their son's killer. Grace and Mitch discovers another link between one of Jimmy’s associates and Sam's shooting.

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    • 49 Minutes
    • Episode 4

    Sweet and Sour

    Jimmy reprimands Alec for killing the two crew members. If he ever wants Jimmy's seat, he's going to have think through his actions more carefully. Grace questions Jimmy about the killing, he admits Alec was behind it. Wilson confronts Grace about the feud between Clay Street and the Laszlos. Grace tells him its been resolved. Captain Campbell pushes Lieutenant Hernandez to find something on the Laszlos. Jimmy informs Max about the missing money and his failed attempt to buy a bank. Max agrees to help his father track down the cash. He begins looking through Tony's papers. Max, suspicious of Grace, invites her out to dinner. Grace is summoned to Evie's school where Tom informs her that Evie has hit her teacher. Grace realizes Evie is emotionally struggling much more than she thought. Grace learns that the medical insurance for Charlie’s wife, Nancy, has lapsed and they're having trouble paying for her MS treatment. Jimmy and Grace confront Charlie about his money issues, only to discover that he won't disclosed whose paying him. Grace and Jimmy attempt to flush out Charlie and his accomplices only to return and find Charlie dead from apparent suicide.

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    Jimmy reprimands Alec for killing the two crew members. If he ever wants Jimmy's seat, he's going to have think through his actions more carefully. Grace questions Jimmy about the killing, he admits Alec was behind it. Wilson confronts Grace about the feud between Clay Street and the Laszlos. Grace tells him its been resolved. Captain Campbell pushes Lieutenant Hernandez to find something on the Laszlos. Jimmy informs Max about the missing money and his failed attempt to buy a bank. Max agrees to help his father track down the cash. He begins looking through Tony's papers. Max, suspicious of Grace, invites her out to dinner. Grace is summoned to Evie's school where Tom informs her that Evie has hit her teacher. Grace realizes Evie is emotionally struggling much more than she thought. Grace learns that the medical insurance for Charlie’s wife, Nancy, has lapsed and they're having trouble paying for her MS treatment. Jimmy and Grace confront Charlie about his money issues, only to discover that he won't disclosed whose paying him. Grace and Jimmy attempt to flush out Charlie and his accomplices only to return and find Charlie dead from apparent suicide.

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    • 49 Minutes
    • Episode 5

    Hawala

    Jimmy and Grace go through Charlie's papers searching for a lead. Grace asks Mitch to run the serial numbers on money they find in Charlie’s home. He discovers a link to a treasure agent, Michael Chen, who committed suicide five months earlier. Grace remembers she was supposed to meet with Chen around the time of his death – he never showed up. Jimmy confides in Max that Uncle Charlie might be the one behind the missing money. Max questions Jimmy about how much Grace knows, and Jimmy reassures Max that Grace can be trusted. Max has discovered hawala receipts in Tony's papers, and trace it the hawala agent. They try to find out where the money is located and who has it, but the agent is unable to tell them. Alec believes Jimmy is going to give him Charlie's business, but to Alec's chagrin Jimmy has other plans. Meanwhile, Tom learns Evie's teacher, Shelley won't be pressing charges. In Grace's absence, he seeks comfort with Shelley. Grace tries to speak with Michael Chen's widow, but she refuses to talk to the police. Grace is ambushed by a masked gunman. Injured and alone, she calls Jimmy for help. They take refuge in a motel, where he tends to her wounds. They kiss.

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    Jimmy and Grace go through Charlie's papers searching for a lead. Grace asks Mitch to run the serial numbers on money they find in Charlie’s home. He discovers a link to a treasure agent, Michael Chen, who committed suicide five months earlier. Grace remembers she was supposed to meet with Chen around the time of his death – he never showed up. Jimmy confides in Max that Uncle Charlie might be the one behind the missing money. Max questions Jimmy about how much Grace knows, and Jimmy reassures Max that Grace can be trusted. Max has discovered hawala receipts in Tony's papers, and trace it the hawala agent. They try to find out where the money is located and who has it, but the agent is unable to tell them. Alec believes Jimmy is going to give him Charlie's business, but to Alec's chagrin Jimmy has other plans. Meanwhile, Tom learns Evie's teacher, Shelley won't be pressing charges. In Grace's absence, he seeks comfort with Shelley. Grace tries to speak with Michael Chen's widow, but she refuses to talk to the police. Grace is ambushed by a masked gunman. Injured and alone, she calls Jimmy for help. They take refuge in a motel, where he tends to her wounds. They kiss.

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    • Episode 6

    The Second Amendment

    Grace tells Tom he and Evie need to stay someplace else for a couple days. Although Grace won't tell him why, Tom suspects something is wrong. Tom decides to take Evie to stay at Shelley's place. Alec, frustrated by not being given Charlie's business, starts a fist fight with Max. The two brawl and Max is left bloody and bruised. Mitch discovers that the bullet pulled out of Michael Chen was also homemade – the same kind that was used in Sam's shooting – leading to the theory that Michael Chen was murdered. Grace and Jimmy follow the lead to an abandoned shooting range, where they discover a man named Jonah Mann has been scavenging the shell casings for his homemade bullets. Jimmy and Grace try to get information out of him, but he’s uncooperative. Grace finds a clue in his shack, leading her to suspect Max in the conspiracy. Later, Grace and Mitch visit the prison where Max was incarcerated, finding evidence linking Max to the plot against Jimmy. That night, Grace meets Max for drinks, but unbeknownst to her, Max is aware Grace is on to him.

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    Grace tells Tom he and Evie need to stay someplace else for a couple days. Although Grace won't tell him why, Tom suspects something is wrong. Tom decides to take Evie to stay at Shelley's place. Alec, frustrated by not being given Charlie's business, starts a fist fight with Max. The two brawl and Max is left bloody and bruised. Mitch discovers that the bullet pulled out of Michael Chen was also homemade – the same kind that was used in Sam's shooting – leading to the theory that Michael Chen was murdered. Grace and Jimmy follow the lead to an abandoned shooting range, where they discover a man named Jonah Mann has been scavenging the shell casings for his homemade bullets. Jimmy and Grace try to get information out of him, but he’s uncooperative. Grace finds a clue in his shack, leading her to suspect Max in the conspiracy. Later, Grace and Mitch visit the prison where Max was incarcerated, finding evidence linking Max to the plot against Jimmy. That night, Grace meets Max for drinks, but unbeknownst to her, Max is aware Grace is on to him.

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    • Episode 7

    Rumpus

    Grace manges to escape from Max who knows her real identity. Grace informs Mitch she needs to tell Jimmy that Max is the one moving against him. Mitch warns that could backfire. Disregarding Mitch's advice, Grace reveals to Jimmy that Max and Jonah Mann knew each other in prison. Tony Aldon was visiting Max in jail before he died. Everything points to them plotting against Jimmy. But, Jimmy refuses to listen. Max tells Alec that Grace is a cop, hoping his brother will kill her. The plan backfires when Alec goes to Jimmy with the information. Grace and Mitch visit the location where Chen was suppose to meet Grace 5 months earlier. Grace discovers a clue that links the location to Sam's death. Grace hears that there’s a warrant out for Max’s arrest – realizing that she’s walking into a trap, Grace is prepared. A bloody fight ensues.

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    Grace manges to escape from Max who knows her real identity. Grace informs Mitch she needs to tell Jimmy that Max is the one moving against him. Mitch warns that could backfire. Disregarding Mitch's advice, Grace reveals to Jimmy that Max and Jonah Mann knew each other in prison. Tony Aldon was visiting Max in jail before he died. Everything points to them plotting against Jimmy. But, Jimmy refuses to listen. Max tells Alec that Grace is a cop, hoping his brother will kill her. The plan backfires when Alec goes to Jimmy with the information. Grace and Mitch visit the location where Chen was suppose to meet Grace 5 months earlier. Grace discovers a clue that links the location to Sam's death. Grace hears that there’s a warrant out for Max’s arrest – realizing that she’s walking into a trap, Grace is prepared. A bloody fight ensues.

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    • Episode 8

    A House is Not a Home

    Back at her apartment, while cleaning up from the fight with Max, Jimmy surprises Grace – he’s drunk and depressed – he’s ruined everything. The next morning, Jimmy is called down to the docks – they’ve found a burnt body, which he fears may belong one of his sons. Meanwhile, Grace’s Internal Affairs review has concluded and she’s been cleared to resume duty. At the police morgue, Jimmy asks Hernandez if he can see the body found at the docks. Jimmy's suspicions are confirmed when he identifies a charred wristwatch removed from the body – it belongs to one of his sons, but he doesn’t know which one. Grace tries to comfort Jimmy. Mitch tells Grace her fingerprints turn up on a gun found at the murder scene on the docks and there is an APB out of her arrest. Grace is arrested in front of Tom and Evie.

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    Back at her apartment, while cleaning up from the fight with Max, Jimmy surprises Grace – he’s drunk and depressed – he’s ruined everything. The next morning, Jimmy is called down to the docks – they’ve found a burnt body, which he fears may belong one of his sons. Meanwhile, Grace’s Internal Affairs review has concluded and she’s been cleared to resume duty. At the police morgue, Jimmy asks Hernandez if he can see the body found at the docks. Jimmy's suspicions are confirmed when he identifies a charred wristwatch removed from the body – it belongs to one of his sons, but he doesn’t know which one. Grace tries to comfort Jimmy. Mitch tells Grace her fingerprints turn up on a gun found at the murder scene on the docks and there is an APB out of her arrest. Grace is arrested in front of Tom and Evie.

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    • Episode 9

    Chasing the Dragon

    Grace is processed and interrogated for the murder of Max Laszlo. Meanwhile, Jimmy attempts to makes amends with Alec, but the relationship is beyond repair. Alec calls a meeting with Jimmy’s crew. He informs the men that Jimmy knew Grace was a cop all along. Alec is taking over from his father, and asks the crew to join him. A few oblige. Lloyd and Walt stay loyal to Jimmy. Mitch continues his investigation into the conspiracy surrounding Sam’s death, despite Grace’s plea to leave the case alone. Wilson helps Mitch track down a lead concerning an inconsistency in Max’s old arrest report – it seems the arrest was staged. Grace is being uncooperative and is thrown into general holding. She picks a fight with an inmate, is badly beaten, and sent to the hospital. Mitch discovers a connection between Max and another detective at Oakland Police Department.

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    Grace is processed and interrogated for the murder of Max Laszlo. Meanwhile, Jimmy attempts to makes amends with Alec, but the relationship is beyond repair. Alec calls a meeting with Jimmy’s crew. He informs the men that Jimmy knew Grace was a cop all along. Alec is taking over from his father, and asks the crew to join him. A few oblige. Lloyd and Walt stay loyal to Jimmy. Mitch continues his investigation into the conspiracy surrounding Sam’s death, despite Grace’s plea to leave the case alone. Wilson helps Mitch track down a lead concerning an inconsistency in Max’s old arrest report – it seems the arrest was staged. Grace is being uncooperative and is thrown into general holding. She picks a fight with an inmate, is badly beaten, and sent to the hospital. Mitch discovers a connection between Max and another detective at Oakland Police Department.

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    • Episode 10

    Killing Grace

    The truth behind Sam's death is revealed. Grace escapes from the hospital and, unable to get hold of Mitch, Grace turns to Wilson for help. Wilson explains that Max’s arrest was staged and that Max grew up with another detective in OPD. Jimmy, realizing that Alec has taken over his business, makes a deal with the Chinese to take back the docks. Jimmy tries to make one last plea to Alec, but he is uncooperative. Meanwhile, the Chinese sweep through Alec's offices, taking out his crew. Alec returns to his office to find the place is now controlled by the Chinese. Grace and Wilson go to Mitch’s apartment, only to find that the place has been wiped clean. Grace devices a plan to lure the killer into a trap. Jimmy and Grace settle their issue over Max's death.

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    The truth behind Sam's death is revealed. Grace escapes from the hospital and, unable to get hold of Mitch, Grace turns to Wilson for help. Wilson explains that Max’s arrest was staged and that Max grew up with another detective in OPD. Jimmy, realizing that Alec has taken over his business, makes a deal with the Chinese to take back the docks. Jimmy tries to make one last plea to Alec, but he is uncooperative. Meanwhile, the Chinese sweep through Alec's offices, taking out his crew. Alec returns to his office to find the place is now controlled by the Chinese. Grace and Wilson go to Mitch’s apartment, only to find that the place has been wiped clean. Grace devices a plan to lure the killer into a trap. Jimmy and Grace settle their issue over Max's death.

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