Tribeca has a hunch that the trophy hunter hunter has struck again, this time in New Orleans. It’s all gators and gumbo as Tribeca heads to the Big Easy in hopes of catching the killer before he strikes again. But everything is not as it seems to be.
When a beloved college badminton star is the suspect of a hit-and-run, everyone turns a blind eye, because, as we all know, L.A.'s a badminton city. But not Tribeca and Geils, who find "fault" with the case and won't "let" it go.
A brilliant robotics specialist is found dead in his lab. No one knows who killed him, which makes Tribeca's job a lot harder. The only one who can offer any insight into the case is the victim's magnetic assistant, who takes a liking to Geils.
When a middle-aged white man is murdered in New York, the team goes there based on Tribeca's belief that the serial killer they've been tracking is the culprit. No one's on board with her theory, but as the main character, she drives the plot.
When a sultry woman convinces Geils to investigate whether her husband is having an affair, he dons his P.I. hat, which lands him in trouble. Think Chinatown, because that's where this story comes from.
A naked woman crawls out of a child's backpack and doesn't remember a thing. Why? She couldn't tell you. Tribeca helps her trace her steps while Geils and Tanner track down a murderer on the run from prison.
People are still solid, but Dr. Scholls turns up missing, and the serial killer is still on the loose. Meanwhile, Lt. Atkins has a beautiful outdoor wedding. Do the two converge? That would tie things up nicely in the end.