T.C. falls under the seductive spell of an undercover DEA agent who's in over her head. Meanwhile, Victor has to requalify on the bicycle, and butts heads with his instructor -- trials champion Hans Rey.
A woman comes to the station. She runs a shelter for runaways. She's looking for a girl who came and left. T.C. offers to help. He asks her out but she tells him what her title is. The girl is taken in by a guy who uses her to commit crimes. Palermo has a new (expensive) bike and Victor asks Palermo to let him take out. A kid who asks Victor to let him ride it and he tells him no. He then takes it and now Victor has to find it.
Investigating a string of armed ATM robberies brings T.C. and Chris together on the case -- and closer together in their personal lives. Palermo's name appears in a Hollywood madam's "little black book", threatening his career.
Chris discovers that a girl she knows is a runaway and that the man whom she is with is not her father but her teacher whom she's involved with. She learns that her father was beating her and tries to help but all the girl wants is to be with her teacher. Cory learns that a criminal has taken out a contract on her brother and she tries to protect him without his secret--of being crooked, coming out.
A gun runner tries to increase his profits by interfering with an uneasy truce between rival Santa Monica gangs. When Elvis accidentally witnesses a fight and gun exchange that gets Victor's friend killed, the Bike Patrol has to keep him safe. Victor goes undercover in an underground fighting syndicate to find his friend's killer.
FBI agent Tim Stone returns looking for a counterfeiter whom they call Rumplestilskin. He asks if Cory and Chris can work with him. They agree especially Chris who likes him. But it's Cory whom he really likes.
T.C. kills a man in self-defense, but discovers he was an undercover cop with a perfect record. T.C.'s brother, Teddy, is accused of masterminding a robbery. When her building goes condo, Chris considers moving in with Cory.
A reformed killer returns to Santa Monica, but his victims refuse to let him live in peace. Chris' supposedly deceased birth father makes a surprise appearance. T.C. and Victor pursue a road racing jersey thief.
Pacific Blue goes undercover to break up a series of raves where drugs and alcohol are plentiful. Palermo believes these kids are the product of irresponsible parents - unaware that his daughter Jessie is attending.
T.C. is kidnapped by a man he arrested. He places T.C. in a cell buried under ground. He then sends a ransom demand to his family. They then inform the team who tries to find him. But T.C. learns that the man has no intention of letting him go.
When a young man was behaving wildly is arrested, he asserts that he has immunity. Palermo wonders how he got it. And when he's arrested again, this time someone from the government shows up telling Palermo he has to let him go. Palermo learns that the whole thing traces back to the Pentagon. And he also meets a man who was convicted of something years ago is using a different name. And he claims he's trying to start new and Palermo isn't sure what to do.