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The Clyde Ritter investigation comes full circle in King & Maxwell‘s season finale as King (Jon Tenney) receives the FBI evidence box in the mail which leads him to watch one friend (Martin Donovan) die in a car bomb and begin to suspect another (Catherine Bell) was involved in the assassination which may repeat itself now she’s the head of security for Ritter’s son (Jeff Hephner) who plans to announce his candidacy in the same hall where his father was gunned down.

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While dropping off a piece of evidence for analysis at the FBI, King (Jon Tenney) and Maxwell (Rebecca Romijn) get locked in the federal building when a key whistlebower is killed on Rigby’s (Michael O’Keefe) watch only hours before his testimony would have taken down the CEO (Derek Green) of a chemical manufacturer that poisoned the water supply of a small town. As the pair of detectives help Rigby hunt down a killer inside the FBI, Benny (Dichen Lachman) and Edgar (Ryan Hurst) work to find a second whistleblower in less than six hours to save both the case and Rigby’s career.

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King (Jon Tenney) and Maxwell (Rebecca Romijn) are hired by a widower (John Innes) whose camera phone, with the last pictures of his recently deceased wife and their final days together, was stolen earlier that morning. However, the investigation reveals a shady lawyer (Daniel Roebuck) playing a game of legal extortion who tries to buy the pair off the case as well as the discovery that the phone actually belongs not to their client but to the Deputy Director of National Intelligence (Spencer Garrett).

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While King’s (Jon Tenney) life is usually complicated enough by one Maxwell, things get even more interesting when Michelle’s (Rebecca Romijn) brother J.T. (Christian Kane) arrives in D.C. announcing his new career as a private detective looking into a con artist (Corey Sorenson) who has begun dating of the daughter (Sara Canning) of the wealthiest man in Nashville. Even after learning the truth about her boyfriend, Claire (Sorenson), whose unresolved daddy issues Michelle understands all too well, is adamant about wanting to find Tommy and make the relationship work.

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King (Jon Tenney) and Maxwell (Rebecca Romijn) are hired by a Congressman (Jeff Hephner), and the son of the presidential candidate that died on the watch of King’s Secret Security detail, to deal with an anonymous gossip blogger (Sarah-Jane Redmond) targeting the man’s family. When Maxwell isn’t able to scare the woman off, King enlists the help of Benny (Dichen Lachman) to lay a trap to the blogger in order to follow her back to the blogger’s inside source, but all his master plan ends up in doing is getting the blogger killed.

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When the son of an old Secret Service buddy (Lochlyn Munro) dies in what the police call a suicide, King (Jon Tenney) is hired to look into what really happened. Although every sign points to the police making the correct call, with the help of Edgar (Ryan Hurst) a test dummy, King and Maxwell (Rebecca Romijn) discover the young man was pushed, not jumped, from the rooftop above the pavement where he met his end. When a bomb meant for the brother of an old friend kills another former Secret Service agent instead, King starts to believe someone is targeting the the families of former agents from King’s detail in Mexico.

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Rigby (Michael O’Keefe) calls in King (Jon Tenney) and Maxwell (Rebecca Romijn) to help on the kidnapping of the young son of an oil executive (Andrew Airlie) by a high-end kidnapping ring from Columbia when he starts to butt heads with the K&R agent (Catherine Bell) the parents hire to negotiate with the kidnappers who just happens to be an old friend of King’s from his days in the Secret Service. Although we don’t get much interaction between the pair, Tenney and Bell work well together and provide Maxwell to do some of her own speculating over the course of the episode as to the nature and duration of their relationship.

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