Grace ends up in the middle of what could be a plot by an anti-government group linked to the recent death of a police officer, as she reaches out to Neely, the young drug addict who shares visions of Earl. Grace's clumsy, off-the-books investigation causes Neely to become injured. Meanwhile, Grace and ham get caught in a compromising position, and Butch makes a surprise announcement.
Grace and her crew investigate the unusual suicide of a court reporter, and conclude the crime was staged. Elsewhere, Grace tries forming a bond with Neely, despite the fragile physical state of the young drug abuser; and Rhetta is close to losing something very special to her.
A bomb explodes at the church run by Grace's brother,, making the case personal for her. Meanwhile, Rhetta is haunted by family problems, causing her to search for a family time capsule she and Grace buried as children. And, Grace keeps a watch at Neely's bedside.
The team is focused on a series of brutal home break-ins, but the latest one seems different than the others. Meanwhile, Matthew, a fellow angel of Earl's, is having trouble saving souls, and hones in on Earl's space.
Grace's spiritual belief's are seriously challenged by a case where she and the team investigate the slaying of a Hasidic Jew which is found near a herd of dead cows. Meanwhile, Grace is still struggling with Neely to establish a rapport; and Ham's sister-in-law is struggling with the death of her husband.
Grace pursues a rape and kidnapping suspect on foot and disappears, possible as a victim herself. But nothing concerning this seems to make sense, including how Earl works the works the investigation. Ham and Rhetta must team up to find Grace before a shocking ending which will leave a lasting impression on the series.
The crew investigates the shooting death of a 99 year old man, possibly mimicking a crime which was committed years earlier in Tulsa. Meanwhile, Bobby wants to make a connection with his father; and Grace walks upon Rhetta's husband in a compromising situation.
Butch's reporter girlfriend covers the bizarre slaying of a drug company whistle blower in hopes for a big national scoop. Elsewhere, Grace's brother believes his neighbor has a dead body inside his home; and Johnny hopes to finally meet Grace's last-chance angel.
The death of a parole officer opens up some hushed and harbored secrets. Meanwhile, Grace and her brother Johnny search for the Earl-connected drug addict, Neely. Also, Rhetta decides to make some personal changes after having problems at home.
The third season finale follows the investigation of an intruder shot at the home of a prominent doctor and philanthropist. Earl gives Grace some direction involving Neely; Ham provides interesting news for Grace; and problems between Rhetta and Ronnie come to a head.
Grace decides to have it out with God, but a mysterious stranger has something to say about it; Ham struggles with his father now that Ham is dating his brother's widow.
Grace deals with the aftermath of her fall from a building; the squad investigates a double homicide; Rhetta discovers a secret about her daughter.
Grace's childhood friend is in jail for killing her husband; the squad investigates a young woman's disappearance.
The accidental death of Esperanza makes Grace feel desolated and borderline suicidal, while Bobby and Butch investigate the murder by beheading of Ron Carter.
When a friend from his past returns, Butch must do some soul-searching just like Grace does when her grief leads her over the edge.
A long-delayed final confrontation with Hut Flanders is what Grace heads for.