Poole takes his theory about Biggie’s murder outside of the LAPD. Kading and Dupree have a long-awaited sit down. Rising tensions between Biggie and Tupac boil over at the Soul Train Awards.
The Task Force makes progress on a suspect. Poole continues to be in conflict with Lt. Larson. Biggie and Tupac find themselves at the center of a growing rivalry between their record labels.
Poole and Tyndall investigate a dirty cop. The Task Force receives promising results from a ballistics test. Biggie releases “Who Shot Ya,” spurring Tupac to make a risky alliance.
The Task Force tracks down a person of interest. After Poole is put on a new case, Miller interviews Biggie's widow. Tupac faces legal trouble and goes to record at Quad Studios in New York.
It’s graduation week and the kids reflect back on all they’ve learned in their time together, from Gia P finally learning to be a good friend, to Halen learning the value of girl power.
Two new kids, Raina and Bowie, navigate the new friendship waters amidst this tight knit group of kids. Raina finds an unlikely bond with Jimmy, while Bowie and Harlo become thick as thieves.
Our experts examine the differences between girls and boys, through the way they play, express themselves in relationships, and problem solve.
Madelyn finally stands up for herself after Gia goes too far, while Quinton pushes past his fear of failure and takes an apple balancing risk.
Role playing romance becomes a contagious game, while Jimmy and Eiryn handle being rejected in very different ways.
It’s the first day of school for these five year olds, and love is in the air for Halen and Harlo, while Gia P emerges as queen bee among her girl peers.