Monroe, Charlie and Connor (David Lyons, Tracy Spiridakos, Mat Vairo) return to Willoughby and discover the Patriots' re-education center is in operation. Miles and Rachel (Billy Burke, Elizabeth Mitchell) disagree on how far they're willing to go to take down the Patriots after an encounter with two cadets from the center. A new ally joins Neville and Jason's (Giancarlo Esposito, JD Pardo) mission in the new episode "Exposition Boulevard."
Phil Morris ("Smallville") guest stars in this new episode as Tucker's (Tahj Mowry) father -- who still doesn't know his son isn't a lawyer. Riley (Chelsea Kane) tells Bonnie (Melissa Peterman) she's found her dream guy, and Bonnie mistakenly assumes she's talking about Danny (Derek Theler). A sword fight on the subway disrupts the gang's trip to the Renaissance fair in "A Knight to Remember." Christopher O'Shea also guest stars.
The season wraps up with a pair of new episodes. In the opener, Jude's (Kelen Coleman) past gets in the way when Tyler (Michael Cassidy) tries to ask her out. Milo (Danny Masterson) thinks Gibbs (James Lesure) is repressing his feelings and tries to get him to cry. The source of Neal's (Adam Busch) sexual anxiety comes to light in "Jude Awakening."
A peach of an ESPN NBA doubleheader gets under way tonight in Miami, where Dwyane Wade and the Heat face a team that could give them some trouble in the Eastern Conference playoffs in Kevin Garnett and the Brooklyn Nets. Then it's a clash of West titans in the nightcap, as LaMarcus Aldridge and the Portland Trail Blazers invade the home court of Tim Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs.
Mel and Joe (Melissa Joan Hart, Joey Lawrence) befriend another couple, Nate and Gillian (Ian Reed Kesler, Tamera Mowry), but the new friendship could be over before it begins when Nate spills a secret to Joe that gets back to Gillian. Zander (Sterling Knight) flunks out of art school and pleads with Ryder (Nick Robinson) to let him hide out in the basement -- without telling Lennox (Taylor Spreitler) -- in the new episode "To Tell the Truth."
Frankie (Patricia Heaton) is arrested -- handcuffs, trip to the police station and all -- and has no clue why. When she learns the reason is an unreturned library book, she fingers her own prime suspect: Brick (Atticus Shaffer). Sue (Eden Sher) doesn't like the Rev. TimTom's (Paul Hipp) new love interest (Casey Wilson) but isn't sure how to tell him. Axl and Cassidy (Charlie McDermott, Galadriel Stineman) are reunited in the new episode "Stormy Moon."
Rollins (Kelli Giddish) visits an illegal gambling club, where a waitress recognizes her as a cop. She makes a deal with the club's managers (Donal Logue, Sherri Saum) that she hopes will benefit all of them, but when they aren't happy with the outcome, things go terribly wrong. Mariska Hargitay and Ice-T also star in the new episode "Gamber's Fallacy."
Bruce (Andrew Santino) decides to pursue Jessica (Alexis Carra), a single mom from New Jersey, thinking she'll be an easy score, but Tom and Cal (Blake Lee, Craig Frank) try to talk him out of it. Trouble ensues when Liv (Kate Simses) indulges her curiosity with Ron (Adam Campbell) in the new episode "Bruce & Jessica." Ginger Gonzaga and Vanessa Lengies also star.
Philip (Matthew Rhys) grows more concerned about Elizabeth's (Keri Russell) readiness for action after they complete a mission with complications. Stan (Noah Emmerich) earns praise at work for tracking the KGB walk-in and becomes more attached to Nina (Annet Mahendru). Paige (Holly Taylor) digs into her mother's family background in the new episode "The Walk In."
Internal Affairs assigns Voight (Jason Beghe) a new handler (Ian Bohen) with a suspicious streak. An investigation into a gambling ring forces Voight to work with Shi (Mark Dacascos), his former partner from the Gang Unit. Halsted (Jesse Lee Soffer) asks Jin (Archie Kao) to help him dig more dirt on Lonnie Rodiger (Matthew Sherbach) in the new episode "Different Mistakes." Jon Seda and Sophia Bush also star.