Taking some R&R to rebuild Fraser's cabin, Fraser and Vecchio find themselves in dire straits when an escaped convict masquerades as their pilot, crashing them in the Canadian wilderness. Their misfortune grows when Fraser reveals the crash has left him blind.
Fraser and Ray attempt to track down a pair of pickpockets who stole an address book, that leads to everyone from the police to politicians to come after them in a cat and mouse chase with possibly deadly consequences.
A pair of ancient Canadian aboriginal masks are stolen from a museum by thieves in the night. Fraser must find the masks and return them intact, with the help - or hindrance - of an old friend from up north.
Ray encounters his old arch-enemy, Frank Zuko, at a party. After both sides instigate a brawl, Ray is suspended and ordered to make amends with Zuko - until a car bomb meant for Ray kills one of his friends.
Fraser and Ray are assigned to the security detail for a NAFTA summit, which is being eyed by a mysterious, cunning assassin. However, a botched training exercise and a security lapse lead the Feds to believe that Fraser has lost his edge.
After trying to prevent an accident, Fraser is sued for millions by a down-on-his-luck egg farmer, but Ray discovers the farmer's ulterior motive - to pay off immense gambling debts. Meanwhile, Ray and Francesca clash over a lottery ticket.
Ray arrests a young basketball player for a gang-related shooting, but Fraser doubts the player's guilt. Relying on aural memory, they piece together the shooting and begin to suspect that the young man is trying to protect someone else.
Subversive terrorists hijack a train carrying the RCMP Musical Ride on an exhibition tour; while the FBI dithers about, Fraser, Inspector Thatcher, and Buck Frobisher work against the hijackers from the inside.
A man Vecchio investigated for murder years ago but was unable to prove it but was convicted for another crime, has just been released from prison. And he claims that the evidence that was used to convict him was planted. Vecchio denies it. Fraser looks into it and notices some inconsistencies. Vecchio tries to catch him breaking the law but instead Vecchio is the one who gets in trouble. Later a lot of Vecchio's old friends get threats and Vecchio knows he's the one doing it but can't prove it.
Randall Bolt, the man who hijacked the Mountie train in the episode "All the Queen's Horses," is about to be brought to trial. But his brother, Francis, who was the man conceived the hijacking, has plans of his own. First Francis grabs Fraser and Vecchio, then he brings them to court with bombs strapped to them. When the Bolts make their demands, Fraser realizes something is not quite right. The brothers talk about a schedule that doesn't jive with their demands. When they leave, Bolt arms the bombs and Fraser and Vecchio have to figure out which wire, of the red, ...
When Fraiser and Vecchio come across a kidnapping, they try to stop it. But they get away and run Fraiser down with their. Vecchio hopes that Fraiser remembers the license plate but he has amnesia. So Vecchio tries to jog his memory by telling him all he can about him.