After recovering one of John Fogerty's beloved guitars, Iraq veteran Walter Sherman helps a teenage boy llocate his missing father, a military pilot and war hero whose plane vanished after embarking on an undisclosed mission. Walter turns to Deputy U.S. Marshal Isabel Zambada or insider information about the missing colonel. Meanwhile at the Ends of the Earth Bar, owner Leo and Walter keep a watchful eye on Willa, a teenager on parole from juvenile detention and employed at the bar as part of her probation.
A former prison warden enlists the help of Walter to find a bullet that could prove the innocence of a death row inmate just days before his execution. Meanwhile, FBI psychologist - and Jeffersonian team member - Dr. Lance Sweets evaluates Walter's competency to consult on federal cases. In the process, Sweets begins to understand Walter's intangible gift and motivation to find the unfindable. Also, Willa attends a beach party and gets herself into trouble.
A NASA scientist seeks Walter's help to find the matching shoe to a red stiletto left behind by a woman he met at a bar. Walter uses the stiletto as the first clue to finding the missing woman but in the process he uncovers her shocking secret that winds up putting his own life in danger. Meanwhile, Willa exposes Leo's dark family secret, but when she tries to make amends with him, she gets herself into even more legal trouble.
Isabel's new boyfriend Frank, an all-star baseball athlete, gets robbed, and Walter steps in to help find his stolen collectibles. But in the process, Walter learns Frank has lost something more meaningful than memorabilia. Then, to earn Willa's trust, Leo and Walter bring her in on the case.
Preston Miller, a magician, seeks Walter's help in finding his assistant who vanished during a failed disappearing act. Alongside Special Agent Judy Green, Walter and Leo find clues leading to a counterfeit money ring. Meanwhile, Leo enlists Isabel's help in looking after Willa.
The Jeffersonian's Dr. Jack Hodgins ropes Walter into searching for an 'Alien' spacecraft videotaped by an incoming space shuttle pilot, who is now dead. The credibility of the other pilot, Col. Bradshaw, whose reputation was harmed by a shadowy government agency for participating in the disclosure, lies in the balance. However, all is not as it seems and Walter's life, family and friends face a very real threat from a woman code-named 'Pope'. Meanwhile, Willa and Timo attempt to get their marriage arrangement dissolved by the notorious Uncle Shad.
A severe hurricane strikes Southern Florida, but torrential weather will not stop Walter from searching for a female high school student who went missing during the storm. While Walter is stranded on Looking Glass Key at the Ends of the Earth Bar, Isabel visits the missing girl's high school and uncovers clues that link her disappearance to foul play and a more serious and life threatening crime. Meanwhile, Willa's probation officer is stormed in with Walter, Leo and Willa, and puts her differences with Willa aside to help the team solve the case of the missing girl.
Leo's ex, the attorney of the late rapper J-Stryke, gets Walter to investigate for a present star where his brilliant recordings are, which turn up posthumously. Walter works out the parts played by the deceased rap star's inconspicuous kid brother and the present one's bossy, bitchy wife.
In a romantic mood, Walter accepts to find for Joe Turnbull the favorite dish he hopes may save his marriage. That really means retrieving the brilliant Cuban chef of their closed-down favorite restaurant, whom Walter identifies as the legendary Alejandro Lopez-Fernando, who alas keeps changing identity all over Miami to avoid crime baron Federico 'Fico' Vasquez. The quest proves dangerous for everyone.
Walter accepts to find out for oil-rig-laborer Carlos Abreu's family whether he relapsed to his gang past. The collaboration with FBI agent Gail McHottie needs repeated reassessing. Timo faces Leo and does a tarot-reading to prove his honorable intentions with Willa.
Walter's rules forbid accepting to find a murder, like Joyce Weatherby' father's, but he does accept to find her inheritance. Walter soon realizes it relates to winning at a race track, where he finds Ed Beiderman and his cahoots are tampering with a horse. Walter also tests the value of the late gambling addict's 'system'. The kids meanwhile think of their future.
Latin crime lord Xavier Obispo begs Walter to rid him of non-stop bad luck by finding the voodoo doll he believes to cause it. Walter traces it trough a voodoo shopkeeper to one of three Miami witch priestesses, only to find her murdered and become the target of Obispo's hit-man 'Icepick' as well as a zombie poison trap. The team now goes trough possible motives and suspects in- as well as outside of Obispo's gang.
Hearing one of his early finds, a masterly painting, is found a fabulous falsification by a computer, Walter is dead-set on rectifying his error, by finding the real one without fee, to which end he recruits master forger Jason Stefanian. However his beloved brother Langston Sherman arrives, asking priority, granted only after insistence from the whole gang, for their father Franklin's dying wish, finding and bringing their mother, who left when the boys were still babies. Uncle Shadrack meanwhile feels the time has come to force Timo into a marriage with Willa.