Danny and Baez investigate the murder of Tiffany Lamp, a popular drag queen from a reality television show who was found murdered in a local park.

When Danny and Baez investigate the kidnapping of a young girl who disappeared after school, it brings back difficult memories for Danny, who worked on a similar unsolved case many years ago.

Jack faces the truth about his rift with Al Cotter. Lou and Peter take the next step in their relationship. Georgie makes a decision about her future, while Amy sees her own future in a new light.

In their attempt to rescue a horse, Amy and her mother experience an accident, forcing Amy and the rest of the Bartlett family to pick up the pieces.

An "Open House" at Heartland allows Amy to demonstrate her ability, despite accusations from Val, and helps to bring in business.

The Rangers stop a baby kidnapping ring that sells the infants to parents desperate for a baby. Also, a property owner wants his tenants out of the apartment building, so he plants a bomb with the people inside.

Reba suspects that Brock and Barbra Jean’s separation is having an impact on Kyra, but she does not realize that Kyra is in effect babysitting Barbra Jean.

Barbra Jean convinces Reba to accompany her to bars, where they meet a lot of men; Van’s explanation of the birds and the bees to Jake requires revision by Reba.

A top agent will represent Van if she approves of his family, but Reba must pretend she is gay because the agent is a lesbian.

The announcement of Van’s trade to Denver devastates Cheyenne; Kyra intervenes so that Barbra Jean and Brock will start talking again.

Reba gets dragged into therapy with Brock and Barbra Jean; Cheyenne is less than welcoming when Van makes his first visit home from Denver.

Reba forces Brock to choose between his dental practice and pro golf; Van worries that living part time in Denver makes him a bad father.

Kyra wants to move back to Reba’s house because she thinks her father hates her; Cheyenne packs each of Van’s visits with so many activities that he wants to leave early.

Mandy nearly gives up on her dream of becoming a fashion designer when she is faced with rejection. Vanessa looks back at her own career path, which stirs up regrets.

Boyd insists he, Mike and Ryan take a trip together, forcing the men to get along, Meanwhile, Mandy and Kyle pretend to be detectives when they suspect Ed was involved in a long-ago murder.

Mike struggles to find common ground with the new foreign exchange student, fearing she is being too polite with him. Plus, Kyle and Chuck mess with Ed's ancestry results.

Mike and Vanessa take the girls to the family cabin, where Mike challenges them to unplug for the weekend and stay off their phones; for a school assignment, Jen shadows Kyle at work.

Danny is interrogated by the District Attorney’s investigator when his ex-partner is accused of planting evidence in order to wrap up a homicide case.

When Frank’s first partner announces plans to publish a book filled with stories of their early days on the force, Frank worries about his personal stories being made public.

When a local mobster is gunned down in his car, Danny and Baez try to get information from the mob’s low-level errand boy they find tied up in the trunk before the gang retaliates.

When a well-regarded, newly retired NYPD lieutenant is accused of shooting a group of potential muggers on the subway and then disappears, Frank must deal with the fallout.

Just as Walker and Alex are about to go on their honeymoon, the assassin who was hired to kill Alex and whose partner Walker killed, sets out to get them. And he's determined to do it. Even if he has to bring down the plane they're on.

The Rangers stop a baby kidnapping ring that sells the infants to parents desperate for a baby. Also, a property owner wants his tenants out of the apartment building, so he plants a bomb with the people inside.

Walker, Trivette, Alex, Gage and Cooke go to another city to play baseball with the city's police department. Alex meets with the D.A. who is a friend to talk about a major drug bust they made

Reba allows Kyra to have her new boyfriend at the house as long as he does not go upstairs; Cheyenne decides to decorate Van’s Denver apartment.

Van learns he has a career-ending condition; he receives a payout from the team but begins to blow the money on gifts for the family.

Unable to play football, Van hires a nanny for Elizabeth and spends his time having fun; Barbra Jean wants Reba’s help in asking Brock to return home.

Reba gets fired for getting angry at her boss and, to gain experience as a realtor, she convinces Brock and Barbra Jean to let her sell the condo; Van champions Kyra’s rock band.

Cheyenne gets a little too close to the father of Elizabeth’s playmate; not knowing whom they are emailing, Reba and Brock flirt through online poker.

As Boyd's sense of adventure grows, Mike and Kristen have a different opinion on how much space they should give him; when Mandy and Kyle move into their apartment, they find Ryan isn't a fun landlord.

When Ed and Bonnie start spending more time together, Vanessa doesn't want Mike to interfere with their relationship; Mandy and Kyle eavesdrop on Kristin and Ryan through their new home security system.

In an effort to help get her clothing line off the ground and into stores, Mike invites Mandy to sit in on a business meeting with an aggressive sales rep; Ed hires Kyle to transcribe his life story.

Frank and Danny work together to help Nick Constantine (Michael Nouri), a rehabilitated ex-con who Frank put away years ago, when Constantine becomes involved in the murder of an old enemy.

While hunting for a robbery crew on a wild crime spree, Danny and Baez partner with Detective Jimmy Mosley (Johnathon Schaech), a detective from another precinct who broke Baez’s heart years ago.

Prize-winning rider Nick Harwell stops by Heartland. Mallory discovers a crooked ranch-hand who plans to sell a herd of wild mustangs to a slaughterhouse.

A new drug called the White Buffalo hits the streets and Alex, Sydney and a young child find the drug dealers while they are hiking. Sydney is shot by the drug dealers. Walker investigates a buffalo statue that appears to be crying tears.

A man who calls himself The Chairman talks with various mob bosses and informs them that he knows who among their people are undercover operatives sent by the government.

Walker and his team are still searching for the man who is eliminating undercover agents. He gets a lead when the son of a mobster goes to people who pay his father for protection asking for more. 

Reba tries to get a job with the biggest real estate agent in Houston, but the surprise interview takes unexpected turns as the agent sells inappropriate real estate to Reba’s family.

When Kyra gets her drivers license, Reba gives her a cell phone with a tracking device; Cheyenne feels that her life is over early.

Brock persuades Reba to let Jake play football, but the boy plays poorly; trying to train Jake forces Van to grapple with his unresolved feelings about his father.

Reba hires Van to be her real estate assistant, but then finds she is jealous when Van exhibits natural selling ability.

At Van’s urging, Cheyenne attends an alcoholics meeting, but her eager embracing of the program drives the family crazy; Kyra’s band is invited to do an out-of-town performance.

Cheyenne takes up smoking as a diversion from craving alcohol, tempting other family members to smoke; Reba accidentally takes a pill of Cheyenne’s that makes the consumer violently ill when drinking alcohol.

Barbra Jean signs up Reba for an online dating service. Reba begins dating one man regularly, but the family realize they miss all the work she does and set out to break up her relationship.

Timid Reba and Van buy a house to flip; Barbra Jean develops a relationship with an operator employee for their car navigation system.

Mike and Chuck get their game on when Ed has a pinball machine installed in the office. Elsewhere, Kristen and Mandy become jealous of a poem Vanessa wrote for Jen.

When Mandy and Kyle are hesitant to move out of the Baxter household and into their own place, Mike gives them some tough love; Ed and Chuck try to avoid contributing to Boyd's theater fundraiser.

Mike and Chuck's plans to open a classic car renovation service crash when Joe is invited to join in. Also, Vanessa realises that Mandy is tricking Kyle into doing all their married chores.

After a chat with Bonnie, Mike struggles to balance his need for Me Time and finding common hobbies with Vanessa. Meanwhile, Kyle and Ryan mourn the passing of their favourite fantasy writer.

Mike tries to figure out what to get Vanessa for a business anniversary gift; Kristin and Mandy try to get out of Kyle's Outdoor Man HR orientation.

When serial killer Thomas Wilder (Louis Cancelmi) attaches a message to his latest victim that taunts Danny, their deadly game of cat and mouse becomes personal for Danny.

When a key eyewitness in a murder trial flees out of fear of retaliation, Erin and Anthony spearhead their own two-person manhunt to find him and convince him to testify.

Frank, the Mayor, Erin and the DA’s office contend with public outrage after a grand jury doesn’t indict an NYPD officer for the controversial shooting of a teenager that was caught on video.

Danny arrives at a crime scene and finds a woman dead from a stray bullet that was the result of a shootout in front of her home between two warring gangs.

Walker sets out to go after the Chairman. He decides to go after his clients. He decides to start with a man Rosetti knows who is now in Miami. He sends Rosetti, Trivette, Gage and Cooke. 

A man joins burglars to make money to feed his family. When things go wrong, he is killed. His wife and baby escape, but she has to abandon her baby with Alex. Alex cares for the baby while the case is solved. Alex learns she is pregnant.

An ambulance bringing a liver to a young girl for transplant is hijacked by a group of bank robbers. The Rangers have little time to track down the thieves and get the liver.

Charlie gets a break in a long-unsolved kidnapping case that has haunted him, but runs into trouble when the abductee refuses his help.

Reba takes in a family that has evacuated from New Orleans, then feels guilty when she wants them to leave.

Cheyenne shocks the family by declaring that she no longer wants to be a dentist—she wants to help people; Barbra Jean’s overenthusiastic response to jury duty irritates the judge and jurors.

Barbra Jean’s threatening alcoholic brother arrives at Reba’s house for Thanksgiving while Barbra Jean is gone to Lubbock to see him.

Mike tries to avoid hurting Vanessa's feelings due to her snoring. Meanwhile, Mandy goes overboard preparing for the arrival of Kristin and Ryan's new baby.

Mike and Vanessa each try to influence Jen's career path, while Kristin uses her pregnancy to her advantage with Outdoor Man customers.

One evening, Gormley goes outside his home in Bensonhurst to tell a gang of kids, drinking beer and making a racket, to keep it down. But instead they turn on him and beat him senseless.

A prominent Latina community organizer is arrested at a workers’ rights protest and charged with “inciting a riot” and “felony vandalism.”

When a young woman collapses on the steps of the precinct, Danny and Baez investigate what initially looks like a simple drug overdose case, but turns out to be a homicide.

When Erin enlists Anthony’s help to gather more evidence in a case, Danny, the original detective on the case, gets upset that someone else is questioning his investigation, but Erin forces them to put their egos aside and work together.

Amy is having a hard time keeping up with school, chores and competing on her dad's gift, the show jumper, Storm.

Things go awry at the spring cattle drive when the rivalry between Ty and Caleb for Amy's affections turns into a fistfight that triggers a stampede.

Walker takes in a young boxing prodigy after the boy's parents are killed in a car accident. Meanwhile, Rangers Sydney and Gage go undercover to take down a drug ring.

Boomer Knight runs a youth center in a gang neighborhood to keep the children from joining the gangs. Walker helps him organize basketball tournaments. The drug dealers try to intervene by kidnapping Boomer.

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Reba and Van must attend therapy because of their incessant bickering at work; Brock consults a sleep counselor and learns that his problem is Barbra Jean’s fault.

Reba cares for Brock when he develops kidney stones while Barbra Jean is out of town; Cheyenne feels unappreciated when she volunteers at a homeless shelter.

As Brock and Reba are about to be audited by the IRS, Brock confides that an illegal tax shelter he did not tell her about could cost a bundle; Van pretends to be the perfect husband on a panel in Cheyenne’s class.

To pay off his and Reba’s tax debt, Brock decides to sell the house and move to Las Vegas; distraught Barbra Jean does not want to leave Reba.

While everyone economizes to pay Reba and Brock’s tax bill, Van and Cheyenne fight about who controls the money in their marriage; Jake sells a banned substance at school.

Mike's offer to help Jen with her school's bake sale goes up in smoke; Kyle finds unlikely advice from Joe on where he should enroll in college.

When Mandy worries about Kyle passing his first college exam, she secretly enlists Vanessa, Jen and Ryan to help tutor him. Mike learns of Ed and Chuck's superstition involving their decision-making.

Mike finds out that Ed is skipping Outdoorman's Annual Bass Festival in favour of Bonnie's fancy art gala; Mandy takes over festival planning for Kristin and things don't go as planned.

When Mike and Vanessa invite Jen's father to her graduation, Jen struggles with accepting his "plus one," his girlfriend Fiona; the Outdoor Man crew debates over which word was said in a viral audio recording.

A car restoration article throws Mike, Chuck, and Ed into the spotlight while leaving Joe feeling unappreciated. Meanwhile, Ryan overacts after taking Kyle's psych test.

Mike's willpower is put to the test when Vanessa challenges him to go vegetarian for a week; Ed trolls ventriloquist Jeff Dunham on social media; Mandy and Kyle move into Kristin and Ryan's guest house.

On the eve of her birthday, Vanessa refuses to believe that she needs to slow down, going above and beyond on her grandma responsibilities; Joe puts Mike's friendship to the test.

Frank is faced with a moral and professional dilemma when a priest comes to him and reveals he has knowledge about a missing teenage girl but cannot share that information because he is bound by the Seal of the Confessional.

Reverend Darnell Potter, Frank’s most outspoken critic in the African American community, learns that his young son was killed by gunfire on his way home from a video store on the Lower East Side.

Jamie and Eddie respond to a trespassing call on the Upper East Side and are surprised to find a young couple who explain they are there to see the biological son they gave up for adoption.

When a legendary downtown art supply store burns down and the body of the owner’s son is found in the rubble, an investigation is launched into suspected arson. Danny takes Erin's advice to follow the money.

The daughter of a Dallas billionaire is kidnapped by her bodyguard and held for ransom on a nationally televised website. Walker and the rangers have only six hours to save her before she dies.

Gage and Sydney go undercover at a medieval theme restaurant to gather evidence that some workers are stealing art from museums overnight. Gage is identified by a waitress and his life is in jeopardy.

After a trial where a crime boss is found guilty, the head juror is killed. The Rangers connect the murder to the son of the convicted criminal. Others are in danger from the son's revenge for putting his father in prison.

Sydney and Gage go undercover to bust a biker gang that has been dealing drugs to illegally-licensed truck drivers; one of which caused a fatal highway accident that first alerts Walker and company to the operation.

A young doctor under tremendous pressure from work attends a cooking class to convince a famous chef to join her cause.

Olivia inherits her family’s moving company and immediately butts heads with manager Scott, who thought he was being groomed to take over.

Aspiring music producer, Chloe Brandon, puts her career on the line by promising a hit song to the record label from Dustin Miller, a once-successful country musician with writer's block while keeping it all a secret from her boss. Can a blossoming romance inspire the hit love song they both…

A novelist believes her torturous writing days with her ex-boyfriend are long over, until her publisher demands a sequel to a book they wrote and old feelings start to surface.

When Danny takes a call from a woman who is threatening to kill herself along with the man who killed her parents in a drunk driving accident, he rushes to find her.

Danny and Baez investigate when an expectant mother is a victim of a “knockout game,” in which teenagers punch unsuspecting civilians in the head.

Danny and Baez investigate the death of a woman whose body was dumped after she was killed by a lethal dose of lidocaine following secret plastic surgery.

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Recent divorcee Faith enters a dance contest to save her dance studio, where she meets Jimmy Hope and rediscovers her faith, and dreams.

Walker and Alex make preparations for the impending arrival of their baby. Meanwhile, the Rangers end up on a movie set and become stars in the process. A charity motorcycle ride features Walker and Trivette.

Someone is killing criminals who are not convicted due to insufficient evidence. Alex learns their is a committee of vigilantes who determine which people to kill, and she asks Walker to become part of the committee to find the ring leader.

When Erin is assigned to investigate a case in which an on-duty police officer is accused of killing a suspect already in custody.

When a detective from Danny’s precinct is killed while working undercover, Frank puts on a full-court press to find his killer, only to discover that the deceased had a big secret.

When Danny is placed on modified duty after investigating a case that was off-limits, he realizes he stumbled upon something that someone is trying to keep quiet.

Baez gets injured while escorting confiscated drugs, so Danny goes after the drug cartel responsible. Elsewhere, a lieutenant with a commendable record engages in controversial behavior, putting Frank in a difficult position.

Danny Reagan is accused of police brutality. Frank has to walk a fine line in the investigation and find the truth. Jamie meets a female doctor, and it makes Janko uneasy.

A woman's abusive boyfriend targets Jamie after he intercedes in a domestic dispute. Elsewhere, the press gets ahold of an illegal tape capturing Henry's insensitive comments, and Frank must deal with the ensuing scandal.

When Amy's not-so-favorite teacher, Ms. Adams, brings a horse named Boxer to Heartland, Amy learns a valuable lesson about fathers and daughters.

When Hollywood comes to Heartland, Amy is so starstruck, she loses track of what's really important in her life.

Killer Lavocat breaks his gang members out of prison to help kill the Rangers he determines a threat to his life. Lavocat caused the death of CD, Jenson, and attempted to kill Trivette. A Hayes Cooper story parallels the modern day story.

Lavocat continues with plans to kill the Rangers. As the Hayes Cooper story unfolds, Hayes fights an ancestor of Lavocat. In current day, the Rangers go after Lavocat. Trivette and Erika are engaged for marriage. Alex gives birth to a girl.

A local gang is destroying businesses and starting turf wars. They threaten a boy in Walker's karate class and force him to join the gang. The Rangers must save the boy and stop the turf wars.

A former boyfriend of Alex is in trouble when a prison is released from jail, waiting for a new trial. The crime boss is killing the witnesses that put him in prison in the first place. Walker must save the witness so he can testify again.

Reba and Van buy Barbra Jean and Brock’s house so they will not become homeless, but Barbra Jean turns into a terrible tenant who sues Reba.

If Reba and Brock can’t convince their court-ordered anger-management therapist that they’re one, big, happy family, they’ll have to spend another five years in therapy.

Reba’s high blood-pressure is a blessing in disguise when the doctor insists Barbra Jean stay out of her life for a few days; and Van decides to celebrate his fifth wedding anniversary to Cheyenne by renewing their wedding vows, but stumbles over the proposal.

Much to Reba’s distress, Barbra Jean turns Cheyenne and Van’s wedding into a schmaltzy, overblown nightmare; at the last minute, Van and Cheyenne call off the ceremony, and Reba passes out at the altar.

Reba’s hospitalized, and the family is devastated when she’s scheduled for emergency surgery; but despite doctor’s orders, she’s determined to save Cheyenne and Van’s marriage, even if it’s the last thing she does.

When Barbra Jean spends too much time at the gym, Brock suspects she's having an affair with her trainer – and convinces Reba to spy on her.

When Rev. Paul recruits Kyle and Mandy to the church bowling team, Mike is left with two unappealing options for Team Baxter. Vanessa anxiously awaits an endorsement from the Teacher's Association.

A series of time jumps finds Mike and Vanessa with two new grandchildren, as well as Mandy and Kyle living with them; Vanessa and Mandy clash over Vanessa's "helpfulness."

Vanessa hires a home improvement repairman who bears an uncanny resemblance to Mike; Kyle and Ryan defend their favorite comic book writer to Mandy and Kristen.

Mike surprises Vanessa with a visit from Jen that might last longer than expected; Ryan's asks Chuck for advice to impress his new corporate boss on the golf course.

When Vanessa asks Ed to revive the Outdoorman Toddler campaign, she is forced to choose between her two new granddaughters for the ad; Ryan's plan to buy a house on Mike's street hits a snag.

Danny and Baez are caught in a precarious diplomatic situation when they are called to the hospital for a domestic abuse report. Due to diplomatic immunity, the suspect, a Moroccan diplomat, cannot be charged with abuse.

Danny and Baez investigate the murder of a gangbanger by a rival gang, but they soon discover that a parole officer is involved in a romantic relationship with one of the accused shooters and is covering up the crime.