A Hawaiian history buff tries to help Five-0 with their investigation of a man dressed as a Hawaiian NaKoa warrior who was found murdered in the jungle.
Chloe learns that a doctor, Dr. Curtis Knox (Dean Cain), has been treating meteor-infected people and eliminating their abilities. Desperate to get rid of her power, Chloe makes an appointment to see Knox, unaware that he has a nefarious plan to kill his patients and harvest their organs. Meanwhile, Kara (Laura Vandervoort) cons Jimmy into helping her locate her crystal and, after discovering its whereabouts, defies Clark's order to stay on the farm. And Lana sets up secret surveillance of Lex.
Peter's mom (guest star Jane Seymour) brings the boys the tantalizingly touching case of an injured stripper. Realizing they're going to have to think outside the box to help the beautiful ladies of Kandy's, they do the Franklin & Bashiest maneuver to date, and help the strippers of Los Angeles unionize. The guys' old nemesis Damien Karp rejoins the firm, and Peter exchanges his legal services for the lavish title of Duke in lieu of pay, culminating in a gala at which Jared drunkenly makes a pass at Peter's mom - or is it the other way around? Kevin McKidd and James Remar also guest star.
Martin takes Kyle Dobson into custody in the aftermath of a shoot-out with the smuggling crew. But when Dobson is wounded, Martin is forced to get him medical attention at a Houston Hospital. Dobson's mysterious employers, The Verax Corporation, send a team of professional hitmen to retrieve Dobson, forcing Martin to take his prisoner on the run in a frantic escape back to Los Angeles.
Hank's increasing volatility forces a confrontation with Jesse and trouble at work. Skyler pressures Walt to make a deal. Gus' actions have severe consequences.
Major Crimes star Mary McDonnell shares her thoughts on her character, Capt. Sharon Raydor, and transitioning from The Closer to Major Crimes.
Clark and Lois discover a spaceship belonging to Kara (Laura Vandervoort), the mysterious young woman who recently saved Lex. But before Clark and Lois can open it, Kara appears and knocks Lois unconscious. Clark is shocked when Kara tells him she is there to protect baby Kal-El. Kara left Krypton as a teenager, simultaneously with the infant Clark, and has unknowingly been in suspended animation ever since crash-landing in the dam, so she is now younger than him. Despite Kara's arrival, a despondent Clark decides that, without Lana, there is nothing keeping him in Smallville, so he heads to the Fortress of Solitude to begin his training. However, Jor-El tells him that Kara's father, Jor-El's brother, was evil, and Kara must be watched closely. Clark must stay in Smallville to find out why she came to Earth. Meanwhile, Lex makes a stunning discovery regarding Lana and Project 33.1.
Cullen attempts to reconnect with Elam upon his return. Durant takes matters into his own hands while putting an old problem to rest.
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Following a humiliating loss at home, Brett Bouchy attempts to correct the team's troubles by firing one of the coaches.
Major Crimes star Tony Denison talks the evolution of his character, Lt. Andy Flynn, and what it's like to work with the same cast for 10 years.
Executive producer Mike Robin and creator/executive producer James Duff talk about the thrill of being on the air with one set of characters for 10 years.
Major Crimes star G.W. Bailey shares his first memory in the role of Lt. Provenza, and how his character has evolved along the way, from The Closer to Major Crimes.
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