Sam (Scott Bakula) becomes a mentally challenged dock worker in 1964, harassed by co-workers, taunted by strangers and protected only by a caring brother. With Dean Stockwell.
Tubbs and Crockett enter the world of prostitution to find the 'crayon killer'.
New leads persuade Crockett that a man he put on death row might be innocent. Crockett and Tubbs are assigned to review the case of Frank Hackman, who is waiting execution.
Charles steers the children into extracurricular activities.
Dave and Julia's plans for a romantic anniversary fall through as Rex and Leigh get their game night on and Vance and Amy threaten to break up.
After discovering that foster children all across the country are being kicked off organ transplant lists, Garza fights to save one kid's life.
The A-Team members are hired to expose a murderer who is selling weapons from an Army base.
Crockett and Tubbs look for the killer of an Assistant District Attorney who was investigating the French Canadian connection.
Todd must intervene when Gupta accuses Rajiv of hitting him; Manmeet seeks to impress Ashlynn via video.
Amy hates Vance's new pants, Rex becomes president of the Homeowner's Association.
Todd hires a new employee, however his happiness is short-lived when he finds out Tonya has poached his new recruit. Meanwhile, Gupta finds himself in trouble when he can't pay his rent.
Paramedic Gage falls for a student nurse.
Despite a monsoon, Todd tries to push the team over the top in a Black Friday sales promotion. Charlie fights a laser-tag battle to the death with Manmeet and Gupta.
The A-Team is enlisted to restore law and order in a South American town experiencing a number of fatal accidents.
The brash Commander Cain insists that the Galactica join in on a frontal attack on the Cylons -- attack that Adama believes would be a suicide mission.