Hosted by Atlanta based entrepreneur duo, Jim and Bridget Fitzpatrick, ASBS features in-depth interviews with local business leaders, start up founders, and best-selling authors on all aspects of running a successful business.
As more information pours in about victims from the past, and how they tie to the murders of the present, Lt. Cooper and Amy Sykes get caught in an unexpected gun fight. Sharon finds leverage against Rev. Price, his attorney, and Mark Hickman.
Jay forces the family to take their vacation on a houseboat on a lake in an effort to create memories that will last long after he's gone. Meanwhile, Mitchell runs into an old flame that opens some old wounds.
Dre, an advertising exec, is happily anticipating a promotion at work, which would make him the firm's first African American senior vice president. Rainbow, an anesthesiologist, is looking forward to Dre's raise.
Deputy Hamon and Deputy Morton respond to a call about people parking on the street and stealing items from the neighbor’s house. The house has had theft issues in the past by homeless thieves and is well known to the Deputies.
Deputy Taroli responds to a report of a suspicious person in the back of a business loading items onto his trunk hood. When they arrive they find the vehicle, with the license plate covered and which checks out to be a stolen vehicle.
After learning that his marriage is in trouble, Audrey agrees to let their friend Steve stay with her and Jeff. However, she soon regrets her decision after discovering Steve enjoys giving 'inappropriate' hugs.