A manuscript in the works helps Jessica draw links between a murder, a suicide and a child's kidnapping.
When Zorro deals with stage coach-robbers, Lopez admits he was released from jail by the alcalde to prevent the arrival of his fat and rude cousin, Hermelinda. Diego and Felipe set a musical trap, which Zorro closes at Aragon's concert in the tavern.
Felipe encounters Carillo and three other fiends planning a raid on Los Angeles in order to murder the Alcade for revenge. Felipe, believed to be deaf, is captured and left bound. Zorro rides in to deal single-handedly with the perpetrators.
Don Diego is depressed because his father tells him that he should at least have been protesting while Zorro single-handedly saved an innocent villager from flogging. Down and out, Diego wonders if Zorro's crime fighting really even matters.
The Falcon is a felon with many birds of prey. He arrives in Los Angeles, considering it to be the ideal target because of its corrupt alcalde, provided he can set a suitable trap for Zorro.
Ramon, who is prejudiced against Indians, chases them off their land. A young girl named Keenona is accidentally left by herself. Zorro decides to protect her, but the alcade wants her as a servant. The Indians now want retribution, and wage an attack.
Zorro rides to expose the Alcalde's manipulation of the market's weights. An Indian scout follows his trail in order to earn the horse he admires. Felipe, who can't ride as fast, hides in a dangerous abandoned mineshaft while Toronado runs back alone.
Men try to subdue Zorro when a reward is offered for his capture. After being bitten by a snake, Zorro turns to Magdalena, the wife of Alicio. When Alicio's barn is burned down, he must choose between being grateful his wife is alive or pursuing Zorro.
After Sgt. Mendoza becomes smitten by an attractive woman, Don Diego decides to show him ways to seduce a woman. Mendoza lets his emotions get the best of him, leading him to be trapped by bandits. Zorro must now rescue him.
A woman claims to be Felipe's mother. She tells a convincing story, and Felipe decides to go away with her. Meanwhile, Victoria guesses that the woman has taken Felipe to use in a robbery and warns Don Diego, who rides as Zorro to rescue Felipe.
Quintana tricks Don Alejandro, Diego, and alcalde Ramon into coming to the tavern for a party. He ties them up and lights the fuse to a keg of gunpowder and tells them they have 15 minutes to think of all of their dreams that will never happen.
Don Diego and Victoria suspect that the medium Mayatana, who claims to speak to the deceased loved ones of people in the pueblo, is a fraud.
The new priest, Padre Benites, arrives and decides to run the mission with an iron fist. Don Diego does not believe that the real Padre Benites would act in such a rough fashion and discovers that the alcalde and the priest are in league with each other.
Sebastian Moreno, an author from Spain, arrives in the pueblo to write the story of Zorro and reveal his true identity.
A magician named Fucard is paying a great deal of attention to Victoria. Diego is jealous and suspicious of Fucard. When a shipment of gold is stolen, Diego must prove that Fucard is the villain before Fucard convinces Victoria to leave with him.
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