Two brothers, one a bipolar genius in human psychology and the other a slick ex-con, head a unique agency designed to solve their clients' problems using the real science of human motivation and manipulation
The team is hired by an executive at a consulting firm who's been overlooked for a promotion she's next in line for in place of a younger male candidate with less experience. Meanwhile, Ross is worried that Beth can't keep their secret from the past and hires a con-woman pal to find out Beth's real intentions with Clark. Later, Ross tries to call a truce with Claire but she still doesn't trust his motives.
When a promising, bright college student unexpectedly joins a cult, her parents desperately try to get her out and turn to Edwards and Associates for their expertise. Later, Claire uncovers Ross' deceit with Clark and feels compelled to reveal the truth.
A congressman's son asks the team to change his father's vote on an important issue back to the position he promised during his campaign. Meanwhile, a reporter is determined to undermine their fledgling company.
The team is hired by Jim McKenna, a researcher who tried to blow the whistle on his employer for creating dangerous genetically-modified cauliflower, but in the process was fired and had his life ruined. The team enacts a plan to convince his former colleague to leak documentation to validate McKenna's claims and expose their employer. However, in the midst of the plan, Clark suffers from a meltdown that leaves him bedridden. In an effort to get him back on the case, Ross stoops to new lows. Meanwhile, Latrell struggles to find the funds to pay the company's employees...
The team is hired by an unfaithful man who wants to end his extramarital affair so he can return to his wife. Then, after Clark and Beth's car accident, their relationship is tested when Beth's parents become concerned for her safety and consequently, weary of Clark. Meanwhile, Clark desperately tries to figure out what caused the accident while a guilt-ridden Ross struggles to own up to his mistakes.