A deadly night left three more bodies on the streets of San Francisco. Another member of BoyCo is dead, the last one is running for his life, and now there’s a new murderer to reckon with; one that kills using a bow and arrow. Has the “Savior” returned?
Alex Panos and Issac Moses are on the run from the unknown forces out to slaughter everyone in their gang. Little do they know that Rex, awash in his newfound power, has ordered Marco to kill them — and Rex wants to be there to watch. A new threat enters the mix, a threat that will run headlong into Bryan and Pookie.
In the aftermath of the confrontation at Rex’s house, Marco escapes the apartment with Rex in tow. With every cop in the city now looking for a killer, Marco spirits Rex away to a hidey hole until the wee hours of the morning when it’s safe to go Home. Back at Rex’s apartment, now crawling with San Francisco’s finest, Bryan and Pookie try and tie all the emerging pieces together. Is Rex the key to finding the BoyCo killer? Or is Rex, who is now missing, in danger? And for Bryan, will finding Rex help solve the mystery of his strange new dreams?
Rex finds himself more and more inspired by his new found talent for drawing, and the unexpected side effects his art seems to be having on the BoyCo boys survival rates. Across town, Aggie James wakes up, more and more sober with each day, which isn’t making his situation any easier. Then, in a surprise turn, Hilary gives him a glimmer of hope. And downtown, Bryan seems much recovered from his recent illness as he and Pookie meet up with Black Mr. Burns at the Pine Crest Diner to discuss his recent findings about the Golden Gate Slasher.
Aggie James gets another visitor in the White Dungeon, one that won’t last long. Pookie works on his “series bible,” and Roberta Deprovdechuk catches Rex doing something nasty.
Bryan and Pookie were kicked off the case by Chief Zou, but not before Pookie had Black Mister Burns investigate the occult symbols found at the murder scenes. Burns came up with a hit: a man who reported the same symbols decades earlier, during the Golden Gate Slasher case. That man? Mister Biz-Nass. Bryan and Pookie pay him a visit.
Robin’s role as the acting Chief Medical Examiner means she’s the first to process the body of Jay Parlar, the latest member of the BoyCo gang to die. This brings her face-to-face — for the first time in six months — with her ex-lover Bryan Clauser. Can she shed light on what happened to Parlar, and is there any hope to rekindle her romance with The Terminator?
Aggie’s ordeal in the White Dungeon gets worse, something he didn’t think possible. Pookie gets some key info on the cover up from Black Mister Burns, while Bryan pays a much-needed visit to his father.
Pookie forces himself to believe his instincts and not his eyes, as he investigates another homicide strangely connected to Bryan. As reality starts to make less sense, Pookie and Bryan find some comfort in the familiar police working of canvassing for witnesses. Meanwhile, across town, Rex finds comfort in the unfamiliar — his own strength. He discovers that he is changing, changing in ways that defy explanation.
Pookie tends to his getting-sicker-by-the-moment partner as he wonders if it’s possible he doesn’t know Bryan as well as he thinks he does. As Bryan finally gets some rest, Pooks calls Robin for a gut check just how Terminator-like Bryan might be. And when Bryan sleeps, he dreams. Dreams of terrible things for the BoyCo crew.
The results of Oscar Woody’s autopsy turned up very strange results, which Robin tries to explain to Verde and The Birdman. Rex Deprovdechuk drew a picture of Oscar, and now Oscar is dead. Rex wonders what will happen if he make a new drawing … will another member of BoyCo wind up mutilated?
Bryan and Pookie start tracking down Oscar Woody’s killer, but run into two obstacles: one from a kid that might very well be the next victim, and another from a most unexpected source. Aggie James finally meets one of his captors. The White Dungeon’s mysteries slowly unfold, but will this meeting lead to a cadre of masked men coming to drag him away kicking and screaming?
Rex is ditching school today, dreading the inevitable bullying and shame after the BoyCo boys broke his arm. Besides, he is too excited by last night’s dream where he got revenge by murdering Oscar Woody. If only it weren’t a dream … Pookie continues to manage the fallout of an impossible situation: is his partner a crazed killer? And as the autopsy results start to come back for Robin Hudson, she’s left to wonder: just what kind of a killer is she looking at?
The mangled corpse of Oscar Woody on the pavement, graffiti painted on the brick walls in his blood, and everything points toward one man as the killer: Bryan Clauser. Will homicide inspector Pookie Chang do the right thing and bring his partner in?
The line between Bryan’s dreams and hard reality has been growing thinner and thinner. His worst nightmare yet leads him into a situation that will make him question his sanity.
Bryan’s career is on the line as he and Pookie get the results from the Shooting Review Board. Was it a “righteous shoot,” or is Bryan — who has kill five people in the line of duty — the trigger-happy killer most cops think he is. When Aggie James wakes up, he will find that things have changed for the worse. Rex faces someone even meaner and more frightening … his mother.
Going through a bit of a hard few years, Aggie James most just wants to be warm, dry and extremely high. Doesn’t make any trouble, doesn’t want anything troubling him. Just as we meet him, he’s about to meet a few new folks himself … folks who are the very definition of trouble.
Bryan and Pookie visit with Frank Lanza and his crew, recently transplanted to San Francisco from the East Coast. Unsurprisingly, things don’t go exactly as planned. When the bullets fly, who will be left standing? And, Rex begins the rite of passage we have all faced, only for him, the change becomes a nightmare.
Meet Rex Deprovdechuk: young, bullied, forlorn and struggling to find his place in the world. Feeling sick, but no chance his surly mother will let him stay home from school. Even so, his day gets better when he hears the news about one Father Paul Maloney.
Paul Maloney was once "Father" Paul Maloney, but his sordid deeds meant a defrocking, a fall from grace. Now Paul thinks people are after him, and he seeks sanctuary at a church that was once his. San Francisco homicide inspectors Bryan "The Terminator" Clauser and Pookie Chang usually work the night shift, but the brutal murder of a well-connected businessman has them on days. Maloney, Clauser and Chang are about to meet, and not in a way that will make anyone happy.