Separated and in danger, Hank and Britt must both work with their ex-partners to make it out of some hot water south of the border.

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Ray (as Maximiliano Hernandez)
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DEA Agent Samuel Weisdorf
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Serving a subpoena in Ocean beach's country club seems child's play. Yet there Britt gets abducted to Tejuana, as turns out by the Prado family's Mexican drug gang. Britt's ex partner in crime Eurico promised to steal back $0,000 in cocaine from a Mexican precinct. To motivate him further, they threaten to capture Katie unless the drugs are delivered by evening. Hank gets Gustafsson to help mount an unofficial rescue. Katie's infidelity with adulterous professor Owen further complicates matters. Written by KGF Vissers

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