The new special episode "Nashville: On the Record" is based on the drama's companion Web series. Cast members perform songs from the show, and the songs' writers share the process of bringing their work to television. Participants include stars Hayden Panettiere, Charles Esten, Clare Bowen, Sam Palladio, and Lennon and Maisy Stella, as well as songwriters Trent Dabbs and Caitlyn Smith ("Don't Put Dirt on My Grave Just Yet").
Tony and Codfish are inspired to try mining for gemstones in this new episode. Owen "Turtle" Mercon and his crew have an idea for a drive-in movie theater catering to motorcyclists if they can get their hands on the necessary equipment. Clint has a chance to make some big bucks on a roofing job if he can finish it in three days in "Mine Your Own Business."
Jenni discovers the situation at the office has gotten out of control in her absence, with inappropriate behavior and human resources violations all over the place. When an intern quits after only one day, Jenni hustles Jeff into counseling with Dr. Donna to show him how he's contributing to the problems in the new episode "Out of Bounds."
Joe (Joey Lawrence) is delighted to inherit a chair from his grandmother in this new episode. Now he has a big piece of his life to put in a place of prominence in Mel's (Melissa Joan Hart) home. Mel, however, is horrified, because the chair is -- how do we put this nicely? -- hideous. Ryder (Nick Robinson) tries to get closer to one of Zander's (Sterling Knight) roommates by posing as a college student in "More Than Roommates."
After Roy (Colton Haynes) goes into a rage and engages in a deadly battle with a police officer, Oliver (Stephen Amell) realizes the mirakuru has taken him over completely and tries to figure out how to stop him. Sara (Caity Lotz) thinks Roy is too far gone and must be killed. Thea (Willa Holland) believes she can get through to Roy and lures him to Verdant, but he unleashes his rage on her in the new episode "Seeing Red."
Bonnie (Melissa Peterman) is feeling underappreciated and goes on strike. Ben (Jean-Luc Bilodeau) soon realizes how much the boys need her, and he offers to make it up to her by taking her to a Bon Jovi concert -- but things don't work out quite as planned. Riley and Danny (Chelsea Kane, Derek Theler) serve as prom chaperons at their old high school in the new episode "Livin' on a Prom." Kim Coles guest stars.
Lots of families have skeletons in their closet; this one has them in the backyard. When multiple sets of human bones are found behind a Virginia home, Rossi (Joe Mantegna) and the team focus their investigation on the house's current occupants. They soon uncover some family secrets with roots in the South's past racial tensions. L. Scott Caldwell, Glynn Turman and Seth Gilliam guest star in "Strange Fruit."
Bellamy (Bob Morley) leads his crew into Grounder territory to look for Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos). Raven (Lindsey Morgan) notices the bond between Finn and Clarke (Thomas McDonell, Eliza Taylor). Flashbacks tell the story of Bellamy's and Octavia's early years on the Ark in the new episode "His Sister's Keeper."
A new season opens with two new episodes following Billy Leroy, Mark Meyer, and Laurence and Sally Martin as they bid on unclaimed items from airports, warehouses and other sources in hopes of scoring big. An old Beatles drum and a vintage pair of Michael Jordan sneakers are among the items up for grabs in "Steal Drum."