In the two-part season final, the Donald Lucas trial begins as the team heads out to Mexico where in the small town of Las Brisas, women have been vanishing without a trace for the past year, and some corpses have been discovered. But their investigation is hampered on both sides of the border by the corrupt police chief, Miguel Villalobos, whom is under the thumb of a U.S sheriff, J.D. Tollman, whom try to derail the VCTF's investigation when the murders lead to a powerful U.S. businessman, named James Lofton, running a textile factory in Las Brisas and has been in the company of local prostitutes, some of whom ended up as victims. While assisting Marta Fernandez, a loyal policewoman with the investigation, Sam and the group commute back and forth to Atlanta for Lucas' trial with testimony from her, Bailey, George, against Lucas. Also testifying on Sam's behalf is Sheriff Ed Post from Otis, California who, unknown to everyone, is actually the real Jack-of-All-Trades whom has been in ...
Did You Know?
'What's Love Got to Do with It' was intended to have run before 'Las Brisas', but was postponed to allow 'Las Brisas' to run during May sweeps. 'What's Love Got to Do with It' was then run at the end of the season - confusingly enough, after the season finale! This explains why the events at the cliffhanger ending of 'Las Brisas' are completely ignored in the next show, then picked up again in 'Reunion'. See more