Season 1 finale: Still reeling from a tragedy, Hank is running out of both options and time as he struggles to expose the Ocean Beach scandal. Britt, meanwhile, must face the consequences for his rash behavior.
As Hank, Britt, and Laura Ross unravel the Ocean Beach conspiracy, they put themselves and people around them in danger. Meanwhile, Britt receives assistance from an unexpected source, and Katie discovers something new about Britt.
As Gretchen's wedding nears, Hank learns disconcerting information about her fiancé, Jason (Loren Dean). Meanwhile, Britt tracks down the hooker (D.J. "Shangela" Pierce) who ripped off a teenage boy. He also begins to suspect that Katie is pregnant.
Hank and Britt befriend a college student (Noel Fisher) with amnesia who has a nagging suspicion that he has done something wrong. Meanwhile, Steph makes friends with a little girl who lives across the street from Hank, and is concerned because her parents let her play unsupervised; and Britt is concerned about Katie, who has become "completely distant."
The Lindus conspiracy widens around Hank and Britt, who must clean it up in 24 hours or else Mark will no longer be able to protect them. But in any case, he can't protect them from Lindus' business associates.
Hank and Britt return to the Lindus case---courtesy of the imprisoned Lindus (Christopher Cousins) himself: He hires them to break into one of his offices and steal $250,000 from the safe. Meanwhile, Hank discovers that he has a houseguest: his sister Steph (Karina Logue, Donal Logue's sister).
A crime comedy-drama about two low-rent PIs: resourceful (if not overly responsible) ex-LAPD detective (Donal Logue) and his best friend (Michael Raymond-James). In the opener, they search for an old friend's daughter (Kimberly Quinn). The trail quickly leads to a prominent developer.