Dep Wiegel wishes to auction off her baby to the highest bidder, but being a racist may hinder her chances when a family of color makes the highest bid.
The deputies have a run in with Tommy Hawk, a bounty hunter with a reality show of his own.
The women of the police force are issued new bullet proof vests which seem to accentuate their natural figures.
The deputies professional ethics are challenged when the shady mayor of Reno asks for a personal favor.
The deputies sell coconut nut clusters in order to raise some money.
Dangle discovers his father had a secret family in Chicago which includes a step brother and half sister.
Undercover at Burger Cousin. To stop a string of robberies at a local burger joint, Deputies go to work as fast food employees, where they meet a boss (Seth Green) even tougher than Lt. Dangle. Special appearance by Michael Q. Schmidt as the trash tossing tourist.
The Reno officers are enlisted to assist in the creation of the wall at the border being made to keep the immigrants from entering the US illegally.
Jackie the prostitute is dying, so the department stop by the hospital to pay their last respects.
The deputies are faced with the task of training a squad of police officers from Baghdad, but they soon realize there may be some cultural differences between the two squads.
Dangle ends up in the hospital after a terrible tanning booth incident leaves his entire body completely burned.
Officer Raineesha Williams is profiled in the role of a single mom when a reporter from the magazine Strong Sister arrives.
Wiegel is hopeful after learning her father is out of prison and now wants to spend time with his daughter. Too bad he really only wants to take her coworkers to strip clubs.
Junior decides to campaign for position of Commissioner for Animal Carcass Removal in Reno.
Fed up with their undercover assignments, the deputies hire a Hollywood acting coach in an attempt to behave like real criminals and drug addicts.
The cops will so anything they can to finish in first place at the Carson City parade's "Patriotic Float of the Year" contest.