As Robyn’s latest client notes visions regarding their sister being in trouble, Aunt Vi opens up about the hunch she got the day Robyn’s father died.
Robyn’s latest case is to help a young man accused of rape and murder, but it won’t be her who ultimately saves him, but Aunt Vi.
We FINALLY get to meet Robyn’s ex, Delilah’s dad, as she asks him to do a favor for one of her clients – which raises his suspicions about what she does.
Robyn’s greatest enemy makes his grand entrance as her greatest ally makes a grand exit.
As Marcus faces a life and death situation, memories of his mom and dad push him to find ways to survive as his ex-wife tries to console their kids and help Robyn.
Robyn adds to her list of mentees as Mel reconciles with an old friend who thought Harry has been dead.
In this episode, Robyn is focused on solving an Asian hate crime that she, and those who know the victim, refuse to let become another unsolved murder.
In a mini-Set It Off reunion, Robin helps a family who lost it all during the Tulsa Riots get back a prized painting with a wild card.
As Robyn gets involved with a rap beef, we learn Delilah may have a special friend, and Harry tries to figure a way to do the work he loves without getting caught.
The Equalizer returns, and with Harry in jail, so comes the question of whether Robyn can continue without his expertise.