Carter returns to his hometown of Bishop, Ontario after a public scandal in Los Angeles.
Harley and Sam re-open a cold case expecting a dead end but find a whole new angle to the crime.
Harley has accepted a position as Consulting Detective in the Bishop PD. On his first official case, he discovers that he's not as tough as he thinks he is. When a local farmhand gets killed by a tractor, Harley insists it's not an accident. After cracking the case, he earns himself an office in the precinct – though it's not exactly what he pictured.
Carter wants to learn how to use a gun and makes his housekeeper, Dot, give him shooting lessons. When they discover the body of a partner in a tech startup that was about to be sold for millions, everyone at the company becomes a suspect. Harley learns there's still a big difference between himself and a trained police officer.
The loan officer for a local bank is found murdered in his car. Harley and Sam investigate the case by asking questions of the players in a small theatre troupe, people at a mine that had a disaster recently, and other employees at the bank. Meanwhile, Dave struggles with Harley's new and exotic coffee maker.
Harley and Sam are trapped in the police station with members of a wedding party during "the storm of the century". They're hunted by armed militia-types, but they have no idea why… Until one of the wedding guests admits to a dark secret.
Harley's "junior" agent has gotten him a highly paid spot in a commercial for a Japanese energy drink. When the actor playing the beloved mascot for the company dies on set, it is up to Harley and Sam to find the person who is heartless enough to commit such a crime. Who will become the new mascot to uncover the death of the old mascot?
Two local shock-jocks in Bishop infuriate the public with their awful jokes, pranks and personal attacks, including an awkward on-air suggestion regarding Sam and Harley's ‘relationship'. When one of them dies on-air, Sam and Harley must sift through countless victims of their outrageous shenanigans.
Sam, Harley and Dave Leigh finally get away for the weekend. They swear not to talk about crime, criminals or murder or use their phones for 72 hours, but trouble finds them. A mysterious body in the woods is discovered by a hiker that leads to Dave's dark past. Police Chief Pershing is forced to go back in the field – and he loves it.
Harley and Sam find a clue to re-open the case of his missing mother. After twenty-five years of believing they put the right man in prison, they find shocking new evidence that points them in a different direction. Was it a copycat who was trying to silence someone from revealing the truth to Harley?