Mindy's friends and co-workers unintentionally throw her the worst birthday party ever. And, after storming out, Mindy stumbles upon a new group of friends with whom to celebrate. But when she ends up in a fight with her new pals, she receives help from someone in her recent past. Meanwhile, Danny and Jeremy compete for the affection of Mindy's friend.
Violet (Tina Lifford) happens upon Nova's (Rutina Wesley) article about Ernest, and she confronts Nova about disrespecting the family. Their conversation resonates with Nova. When Violet discusses the issue with Hollywood (Omar J. Dorsey), he confesses something has been troubling him. Ralph Angel receives a visit from the Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS), which could affect his parole. Violet takes matters into her own hands during a heated conversation with Darla's (Bianca Lawson) mother about the call to DCFS. Later that evening, Ralph Angel tells Blue (Ethan Hutchison) the truth about his past. Charley (Dawn-Lyen Gardner) uses damning information about Colton Landry as leverage for her fight against Landry Enterprises. Elsewhere, Ant is arrested for what happened at the Sweetbay Plantation and Micah (Nicholas L. Ashe) confesses to Keke (Tanyell Waivers), who expresses her upset. Finally, Nova and Remy (Dondré T. Whitfield) decide their future.
Pride's longtime friend, state and military attorney Rita Devereaux (Chelsea Field), asks NCIS to investigate the disappearance of a JAG lawyer who specializes in classified cases and volunteers at a private military academy.
The BAU searches for a motive and an UnSub when victims are found in truck stop restrooms along highways throughout the South.
When two people with no obvious connection receive similar notes and are then killed by targeted bombs in 24 hours, Carter and Lee have little to go on as they scramble to identify the bomber before he strikes again.
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