Richie coaxes his old friend Jimmy out of hiding to make him an offer on behalf of Jimmy's incarcerated ex-father in law, bud.
Richie attempts to in list Shelly, Jimmy's ex-wife, into helping get Jimmy to work for Bud's crew again to save both of their lives.
Shelly tells Katie the truth about Jimmy and Bud's past; Katie is incredulous at the extent of the corruption in the Chicago Police Department.
Katie tries to convince Paulie that the police force he joined is corrupt and he needs to go to the Feds.
Paulie wears a wire while out having drinks with Phil and tries to get a confession out of him.
Ellen confronts Phil about his partner Paulie working with the FBI.
Ellen pressures Ken to take the next step in the relationship.
Vera informs Ken there's a mole in his operation.
Fresh out of jail, Bud goes on a date with Vera and tells her revenge on Jimmy is still on his mind.
Bud and Jimmy have their final confrontation at the Irish wake that ends there feud for good.
Days before the Democratic Primary, presumptive nominee Davis Faulkner is accused of a crime that threatens to destroy his candidacy and his marriage.
As whispers of a scandal escalate, Senator Faulkner's wife Madeline and his campaign manager Damon Houserman strategize on how to diffuse the situation.
After an FBI agent turns up in Miami, Houserman confronts Rick D'Andres, the Senator's lead Secret Service agent.
Rick D'Andres strives to protect the Faulkner campaign from probing by FBI Agent Sidney Waverly, who has both a personal and professional vendetta against the Senator.