Rick and AJ are hired by a woman to find her ex-husband, a cop accused of robbery and cop-killing. In this episode, the Simons meet Downtown Brown for the first time as they help him prove his friends's innocence.
A woman comes to the Simons when her husband disappears, they start the investigation with his job (inspecting produce for illegal pesticides) but the real surprises turn up when the investigation veers into his personal life.
When her star witness is nearly killed while under police protection, Janet asks Rick and AJ to take over the protective custody, but the witness's compulsive need to gamble makes her very uncooperative.
Rick is haunted by a recurring dream while he and AJ are trying to figure out who devised the elaborate frame that gets them arrested for transporting stolen securities to Mexico, and their investigation leads them to a look-a-like escort service.
A retired FBI agent thinks he has some new evidence in the John Dillinger case and then he is murdered, and AJ is forced to face his own fear when his reaction to a violent warning is not what he would have expected.
A steel denture found in a burned car is the major clue in proving a woman is dead and her insurance policy payable, but is it? The Simons $120,000 commission sits in the balance when AJ insists that they continue digging into the case.