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A taxi driver is shooting his passengers. Lt. Urbanski makes his move to destroy Nash. Rachel confesses to Nash and steals Urbanski's incriminating files. Betty-Anne pulls a gun on Nash because she must have sex with Nash. Cassidy decides to quit the police force and go to Paris.
A father's teenage girlfriend seduces his daughter, and the two young women go on a robbery spree. Boz Bishop brings in an off-duty case involving a stolen rap master tape, as he and Antwon pretend to be rappers.
Rachel is an MCD mole planted inside the SIU by Lt. Ray Urbanski, as Nash falls in love with Rachel. Joe gets a generous offer for Mr. Woody, Nick's racing horse, but the buyer gets murdered before Joe can close the deal.
A wife is killed in her husband's assassination plot being masked as a bank robbery. Cassidy is under suspicion as having accidentally killed the wife during the shoot-out. Antwon's sister visits, and she asks Antwon to finally visit his estranged dad, who is dying of cancer. Joe hires crazy Betty-Anne as the SIU's new assistant, much to Nash's discomfort.
The brother of a Sixties radical killed in prison blames his girlfriend. He searches her out, as she hides under the name of Joy Larsen. Joe is promoted to Lieutenant, as a plumbing problem causes the SIU barge to list to one side. Nick injures his knee badly, and makes life miserable for Cassidy and Nash.
Bobby's son appears in San Francisco, trying to sell a truckload of heroin back to the same drug dealer that killed his father. Cassidy considers breast implants. Nash is sick with fever, and has hallucinations.
A former parole officer seeks revenge upon members of a street gang that he thinks murdered his wife. Nash's distant cousin Hagen, a Constable from Scotland, visits Nick and chases after an international art thief. Harvey is bitten by his new girlfriend's dog.
A lawyer has his law firm partner killed, then falsely accuses a young gangbanger for the murder. Nash helps the young man, while Deputy Chief Petit meddles in the high profile case. Joe discovers he has a surprise renter in his home, while Rachel sends Cassidy to meet her Internet date.
Nash and his buddy Rick Hawks are kidnapped by desperate Miami drug dealer Elvis Lima. Lima wants to trade Nash and Rick for protected witness Kit Miller, as she is about to testify against Lima. But Kit has also stolen $10 million from Lima, and Kit substitutes her look-alike friend in her place as protected witness. A crooked U.S. Marshal also wants the $10 million. Joe is audited by the IRS, as Joe is caught between a lover's spat between the auditor and Pepe.
Tamara van Zant returns, and she is married to Nash to protect herself from a son of an oil magnate. The oil magnate has mysteriously died, and Tamara has inherited his $400 million fortune, but the son comes looking for revenge. Tamara also gets help from East Coast gangster Vinnie Corell to help Tamara divest her money into a $400 million cruise ship. Nash's dad Nick does his lesbian friend Annie a favor by pretending to be her boyfriend. But Nick does not realize that he is fooling gangster Vinnie Corell, Annie's son.
Sent undercover by Nash, Rachel is framed for the murder of an accountant by the head of a mob accounting firm. But Rachel cannot reveal her alibi, because of Rachel's secret child she gave up for adoption. Joe recruits a ringer to win the SFPD arm wrestling championship.
Nash and the SIU, along with the help of AWOL Canadian Mountie Jack Noon, break up a bear gall smuggling ring. Rachel is asked to write Cassidy's job evaluation, as SIU rumors swirl about Nash and Rachel being an item. Nick gets a black eye fighting with another fisherman over their favorite fishing spot.
Tony B fakes his death to throw Vernon Shaw off his trail. Tony has stolen Shaw's girl and his gold. Nash has a past with Shaw - Shaw was involved with introducing Nash's second wife Kelly to drugs. Joe discovers his mother-in-law Ulla is a pothead. Nick tries to remember why saving a building about to be demolished is so important - Nick's mother placed items into a time capsule set into the cornerstone of the building.
A deranged killer uses a TV reporter as his messenger to deliver his anti-gay manifesto on the six o'clock news. Joe tries to sell Inger's station wagon, but the car is stolen by bank robbers. Harvey accidentally gets a woman's nude photos, as he and Antwon end up on a double date with twins.
Up for parole, Rick Bettina escapes from custody with the help of Eldon Sistrunk. Rick promises Eldon a share of the stolen 2.5 million dollars Rick has hidden away in a building about to be imploded. Nash must get Bettina back before the Deputy Chief tries to blame Nash for the escape. Joe tries to sooth the break-up between his contractor Dove and his architect Amy.
An extreme gaming company has players killing each other off. Boz Bishop is framed for the murder of his gardener, as Nash and Joe help Boz out and solves the mystery of Boz's real parents. Rachel gets an unwanted suitor bothering her.
The Bridges and Dominguez Detective Agency identity is stolen, as Big Tiny impersonates Nash. Tiny angers his clients and they come looking for the real Nash to get even. Tiny has an affair with the woman his assistant Jason loves, so Jason sends killers after Tiny, but the real Nash is mistaken for the target. Cassidy handles a case of a husband's wife having the husband's son killed so she can inherit the husband's fortune. Harvey and his dog King get caught in the neighborhood Farmer's Market dispute, as his neighbor Janice uses Harvey's house for her afternoon trysts.
Two mercenaries rip off 300 kilos of DEA-seized cocaine for drug dealer Enrique Sanduval, but the cocaine originally belongs to Columbian drug lord Ramos Catera. Antwon has an epileptic seizure while confronting one of the mercenaries. Joe loses the architect for his house, only to find that a friendly neighbor happens to be an architect. Nick, wanting to date Libby, sets up a blind date for Nash with Libby's daughter, who used to be a man.
Nash and the SIU stop a robbery crew that prey on wealthy party-goers. Rachel has a medical background, while Antwon's dark past involves a suspension. An off-duty gig finds Nash and Joe investigating a pregnant nun, with Angel appearing again to protect Nash. Joe has trouble with a speeder along his home street.
A laptop with missile guidance technology is up for grabs, as various characters try to acquire it. Among them is Tamara Van Zant, who returns to renew her affair with Nash. Joe's off-duty case involves a blackmailed deaf conductor, while Cassidy sees a new boyfriend.
Nash and the SIU stop a diamond dealer from killing a rival group of synthetic diamond manufacturers. Joe's off-duty case involves expensive wine held for ransom. Joe and Inger almost get out of their bad house deal, but the seller dies before the deal can be signed. Cassidy and Rachel McCabe join the SIU.
In Las Vegas, Nash and the SIU get the money truck back. Nash goes undercover to arrest Jimmy Z and his boss for the murder of the SF Chief of Police. Cassidy decides to marry Evan and enter the Police Academy. But Evan is killed by assassin Roy McNeer. Nash blows up McNeer attempting to escape in a cargo plane. Caitlin leaves for Washington, D.C.
The Chief of Police is assassinated and a money laundering operation is set-up between San Francisco and Las Vegas. A rogue DEA agent and the assassin are after half a billion dollars in cash, with Nash and Joe following them to Las Vegas. Nash locates Angel's lost wings; and Nash gets Nick a cell phone.
A nurse who assists a plastic surgeon for the mob is murdered because she stole the before and after photos of altered mobsters. She passes a key to the hidden files to Joe, and Joe becomes a target of mobster Louis Fallon. Nick appears with Cassidy in her play, but suffers a bout of Alzheimer's. Harvey meets a new girl, but she is a former lesbian.
A gang of female prisoners escape in search of five million dollars in bearer bonds, while Nash helps the woman framed for the theft of the bonds. Joe has trouble with a delivery boy, while Cassidy considers a career with the CIA.
Nash goes undercover to stop a high-end heist artist. Joe helps a restaurant critic who receives death threats; Evan is back in the SIU; Caitlin takes an administrative job within the department; and Harvey helps out a troubled 12 year old boy.
A gang war erupts - Nash and the SIU puts a drug gangster and his crew out of business. Cassidy comes on to Evan as their lovemaking is shown on a live camera web site. Joe and Nick get involved in a tax scam with Nick's racehorse - Mr. Woody, as the horse is once again fit to race.
Wearing his brother's uniform as a motorcycle cop and impersonating a police officer, a deranged man imagines and talks to his dead brother. Nash adjusts to his break-up with Caitlin; Nick fails his driving test; Cassidy asks Evan for help to move back into a Berkeley apartment.
Frankie Dwyer returns again, putting out a contract on Nash's life while smuggling heroin inside of tofu containers. Nash and Caitlin's relationship is strained; Inger sets up Nick with her mother Ulla; Evan is born again in a baptism.
A married woman is murdered by her lover and his wife. Evan is beaten up trying to free his girlfriend/hooker from the clutches of a pimp. Joe takes Evan in, but Evan attempts suicide. Boz Bishop asks for a promotion at the detective agency.
Lowlife Frankie Dwyer returns, this time importing Vietnamese women as sex slaves, as Caitlin goes undercover as the seller. Nash has a tooth ache and refers to Caitlin by his first wife's name. Joe is aggressively pursued by bodybuilder Spike; Evan bumps into Cassidy in his job as a parking lot attendant.
A small time getaway driver sets up two robbery gangs to rob each other, while he walks away with the loot and complete immunity. Evan is brought in for another chance in Joe's off-duty case concerning a kidnapped son who has had a gender change. The 'Cuda hood is graffitied, and Nash puts Boz Bishop on the case.
Evan puts himself under suspicion after he takes $40,000 of drug money during a bust; Nash and the SIU take down a drug dealer. Nash and Joe guard a chimpanzee, while Jake Cage goes undercover as an animal extremist.
A psychologist establishes an insanity defense for her patient while they plan bank robberies. Nick wants to become financially independent by marrying a rich widow. Evan shows up for work drunk, forcing Harvey to confront Evan's substance abuse problem.
An embezzler with a twin, along with bumbling Rick Bettina, confound the efforts of Nash and the SIU to recover stolen city funds. Caitlin tosses Nash's baseball out the window after they miss their flight to Jamaica.
Jake Cage and Caitlin go undercover to capture an international fugitive returning home for the wedding of his daughter. Nash and Joe steal a violin for corporate clients, only to have the violin stolen again by one of Joe's detective students. Evan gets involved with a street prostitute.
Cassidy finds an apartment, only to be mistaken for the previous renter who has stolen money from drug dealers. Lonely Joe carries on an online romance, but the other "woman" turns out to be Pepe. Evan bottoms out in his broken relationship with Cassidy.
Nash and company foil a failing restaurateur's kidnap plan to ransom his nanny's child. Nick has sex with Bridget, Caitlin's inept maid. Inger returns for a visit, but leaves for Sweden again. Cassidy has a friend attempt suicide because he can't get a date with her.
Nash and company solve the shooting of a Mexican TV star by a crazed fan, in spite of interference from an ambitious reporter. Caitlin clashes with Nick over new furniture in Nash's apartment; Evan returns to work having recovered from his groin injury; Joe stays behind as Inger and Lucia leave for Sweden.
Nash and company, along with Jake Cage, catch three escaped convicts to save the SIU. Harvey has fathered a child with Anna; Evan cheats on Cassidy; Nash and Caitlin finally consummate their relationship.
The SIU is disbanded by MCD: Nash and Joe are assigned to Park Detail, Harvey to Homicide, Evan to Traffic, and Caitlin to Vice. Still, Nash manages to solve a murder involving the Head of MCD's daughter and a drug dealer. Evan and Cassidy announce a wedding date; best man Harvey throws a bachelor party, but finds out the stripper is Anna. Nash tells Caitlin he loves her, but she accepts a job in Boston.
Nash and company discover a gang of female bank robbers who plan to break their husbands out of jail. Nick schemes to move into a formerly all-women retirement home. Caitlin readies her negative report on the SIU, much to Nash's consternation.
The Bayside Killer resurfaces after a four year absence, while Nash finally unravels Angel's identity. Harvey's ex-wife Bonnie stops by for a visit. Joe and Caitlin coach rival girl's soccer teams, with Caitlin's new boyfriend as her assistant coach.
Nash and the SIU secretly investigate a plot involving the missing married Governor of California who has fallen in love with a former prostitute. Joe gets stuck with a painting while bidding for someone else at his daughter's pre-school charity auction.
Nash and company, along with marginal cop Jake Cage, track down pushers of a deadly steroid which makes body builders go hyper-aggressive. Cassidy is haunted by the death of her friend from the auto accident.
Harvey tracks down two teenage boys who are deadly snipers. Joe has a rat problem in Nash's house, causing a dispute between landlord and tenant. Evan proposes marriage to Cassidy; Cassidy is involved in a deadly auto accident. A case of mistaken identity causes Nash to think Cassidy has been killed.
Harvey discovers his counterculture pal is involved in a murder plot to benefit from a proposed new stadium site. Joe clears his "daughter" accused of stealing jewelry at her department store job. Nash helps Caitlin get into an exclusive VIP party for an artist.
Nash is accidentally shot in the butt by Caitlin, leaving Rick Bettina in charge. Rick is duped by phony FBI agents attempting to swindle half a million in sting money. Cassidy is stalked by a violent classmate.
Caitlin is suspected of passing secrets to the Russians and killing her former CIA partner. Caitlin goes to Nash for help as the agency tries to eliminate her. Joe is put on an exercise regimen by wife Inger; Cassidy volunteers to be Nick's ballroom dancing partner.
Nash and Joe must protect a loudmouth talk radio host from a body-armored hired killer. Nick must get his ace baseball player/illegal immigrant to play for him, but he needs Nash's help to keep him in the USA.
Nash and company stop a bizarre game between two wealthy tycoons. Rick Bettina asks Nash and Joe to investigate his unfaithful fiancée. Unknowing that Evan is the other man, Nash assigns Evan to Rick's off-duty case.
Nash and Caitlin pose as swingers to catch a couple extorting other swingers, while Joe helps Nick steal back a corpse (Nick's best friend) from a medical school. Evan gets possessive of Cassidy and her male college friend.
Nash and Joe investigate three corrupt narcotics officers and are falsely accused of their murders, while a fourth man escapes. Rick Bettina defends Nash and Joe, while Caitlin Cross investigates the corruption.
Nash and company take down a bail bondsman money-laundering for the mob. Facing Nick's medical bills and Cassidy's tuition bill, Nash agrees to start a gay private detective agency with Joe. Their first client is re-uniting a Cher impersonator with her Sonny impersonator.
Nash's accountant puts him into financial straits because of an investment scam concocted by Tamara Van Zant and her new husband. Joe burns down his house while trying to remodel, and Cassidy moves away to college at Berkeley.
Harvey is shot and his gun taken by a mad couple out to fulfill a Grudge List of killing people they hate. Nick's lost love finds him, and as Nick is about to receive the Navy Cross, Nick has a physical collapse. Nash finally finds out about Evan and Cassidy.
Nash and company stop a well-organized group of ex-Navy SEALS from hijacking armored cars. Nash takes an unusual interest in one of Joe's off-duty cases in locating a beautiful girl for a football player. A mysterious woman from Nick's past shows up, while Evan and Cassidy realize they're in love.
Lynnette's former boyfriend and the Hong Kong Triad are after Lynnette because of a stolen counterfeit plate she might have, while Joe's visiting father overhears a murder plot involving Joe's neighbor. Evan continues to see Cassidy.
Nash and company stop a jewelry heist headed by a chemist using nerve gas as a threat. Joe's long ago donated sperm maybe the tie to a young woman's search for her father, while Evan meets Cassidy for another secret date.
Nash and SIU trace a carload of dead gang members to the wealthy son of a prominent family who is financing the street drug trade. Harvey renews an old love affair while Evan and Rick Bettina pose in drag to catch an elusive female.
A missing three million dollars from a money laundering operation gets Joe into trouble with the new incompetent boss of the SIU, while a woman that Harvey once arrested is romantically interested in him.
A murderer breaks out of prison and takes revenge upon those responsible for putting him behind bars, especially Michelle Chan. Joe's latest off-duty case involves a sex videotape used to blackmail a TV reporter.
Daughter Cassidy's boyfriend is part of a murderous duo of base jumping jewel thiefs who steal a valuable necklace, while father Nick volunteers for a lab experiment in which Nick is videotaped having sex.
An injured Nash suffers temporary memory loss, forgetting that he has posed as a hitman to kill a wealthy man's mistress. A new member joins the squad, whom Evan inadvertently insults with sexist remarks recorded on tape.