Jim gets called back to the gold course to catch the murderer of a golf hustler, but he's handicapped by a mad scramble to tie up loose ends for Callie and his future.
Jim gets roped into a long-standing family feud between Florida ranchers when a ranch hand turns up dead between the two family's properties. Someone from Callie's past visits her pleading for help at the worst possible time.
When a man is killed by a Civil War reenactor's sword, Jim must enter the fray to find which imaginary soldier committed a very real murder. Meanwhile Callie make a tragic discovery at work, while Jim receives foreboding news for Callie and Jeff.
Jim investigates the death of a billionaire oil tycoon and art collector on the eve of Art Basel, Miami's international art show, while Callie's past may be putting her future at risk.
The murder of the first female professional Jai Alai player leads Jim to investigate the multimillion dollar gambling industry in Florida built around the 600-year old sport, and Jim's mother Joan arrives to join the dysfunctional reunion.
While Jim unravels a three-way poly-amorous relationship tied to a murder, his father Michael drops a piece of news that blindsides Jim.
What appears to be a ritualistic murder leads Jim to investigate the secret world of Florida's gypsies just as he gets an unexpected visitor at home: his father, Michael.
When the VP of a local bank is found dead in the vault, Jim discovers her tattoo and bruises reveal a double life as the star jammer of a rough and tumble roller derby squad.
After a dead body disappears from a crime scene at a 10K Zombie Run, Jim must unravel a nefarious plot to discover how a corpse can just get up and walk away.
The death of a male stripper forces Jim to seek out Florida's purveyors of flesh and the women that love them.
While Jim searches for the killer who smoked the owner of a vast BBQ empire, Daniel enters a BBQ competition with his biggest rival: his brother Drew.
The murder of the spokes model for a prominent rum brand sends Jim into the sexy, cutthroat world of liquor promotion to find the killer.
In the season four premiere episode of “The Glades,” Longworth must delve into a 150-year-old ghost story to solve a murder when the dead body of an heiress is found in a haunted plantation house.
Season Four of "The Glades" is packed with even more mystery, intrigue and fun from Florida's favorite homicide investigator - the disarmingly charming Detective Jim Longworth (Matt Passmore). From haunted plantations to rum-soaked shot girls and even a zombie apocalypse, Longworth is once again solving murders that can only happen in the Sunshine State.
On the day of Callie's board exam, Jim must solve the murder of a businesswoman who was about to offer an endorsement deal to a young surfing champ.
When a lottery winner is found murdered on a remote island, Jim and Jennifer must get to the bottom of a decade-long personal vendetta.
The cast comments on the ups and downs of Jim and Callie's relationship
In this scene from episode Apocalypse Now, the team struggles with how to investigate a murder when they can't find the victim's body.
Longworth and Jennifer Stark question a man who bought an island just to get away from people.
Taylor Cole and Jordan Wall discuss how Jennifer Stark has shaken up life for the substation and Longworth.
The cast discuss how the different team members fit into the dynamic of the FDLE. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/the-glades/
In this scene from the episode Tin Cup, Jim questions a rich trophy wife who is insulted by his snide attitude.
Carlos Gomez shares his memories of Jai Alai from his childhood.
In this scene from the episode Tin Cup, Jim buys a house, but doesn't tell Callie. Carlos and Manus think he should have filled her in, but Jim explains wants it to be a surprise because he bought her dream house.
In this scene from the episode Fast Ball, Jim's mother's unexpected arrival sparks an argument between his parents, and Jim worries about their marriage.
Matt Passmore and Kiele Sanchez talk about Jim and Callie's relationship and the obstacles they face.
A&E's dramatic series THE GLADES follows Jim Longworth, an attractive, brilliant, yet hard to get along with homicide detective from Chicago who gets shot by his captain after being wrongfully accused of sleeping with his wife. After being exiled from the department, Longworth relocates to the sleepy, middle of nowhere town of Palm Glade, Florida, where the sunshine and golf are plentiful and crime is seemingly at a minimum. Only this town outside the Florida Everglades isn't quite as idyllic as he thought, as he finds people keep turning up murdered. Each case pulls Longworth off the golf course and reluctantly into his element as one of the sharpest homicide detectives to wear a badge.
Between practicing his short game, trying to get a date with Callie - a quick-witted, beautiful medical student with a 12 year-old son and a husband in prison - and trying to solve countless homicide cases, Longworth's transition to his new surroundings is a bit more difficult than expected. He's realizing the skies in this new town are always sunny...with a chance of homicide.
In this scene from the episode Glade-iators, Longworth questions one of the victim's roller derby teammates. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/the-glades/
The prize money from surf competitions might be a motive for murder.
In this scene from the episode Three's Company, Longworth is furious with how his father is treating his mother and tells him so.
The cast comments on Jim Longworth's strange sense of humor.
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