An FBI snafu paroles the players, who head to New York City to find legitimate jobs.
A software giant hires Alphonse to assassinate Charlie, who is posing as a computer whiz.
A terrorist bomber threatens to release deadly nerve toxin on civilians unless his demand for money is met.
Kidnappers hold the grandson of a mob boss for $1 million ransom.
The team must protect a witness (Michelle Stafford) from rogue cop (John Saint Ryan), now an escaped con seeking revenge.
Kowalski infiltrates the work force when a brother/sister team of fashion designers uses illegal immigrants as slave labor.
A SWAT commander (John A. Bradley), who is a gunrunner, kidnaps Kowalski in order to get Ice after the players' trap goes awry.
The trio undermines a motivational guru who bilks his followers.
A hit man considers laundering money for his boss by buying a rare baseball card from the trio, until another con offers the gangster the same card.
The trio infiltrates a poker game to provoke a convicted stock swindler (Gregory Itzen) into revealing his cache.
When a sting misfires, the players are busted by the LAPD and must account for a missing $5 million.
A gun-running general (Miguel Sandoval) has powerful political connections; a beautiful grifter from Ice's past scams the trio.
The crew hits the golf links to hustle a gambler linked to Ice's nephew; Alphonse pursues an international ring of car thieves.
The players set up a dealer (Zeljko Ivanek) to find his stash of stolen art.
Ice poses as a country music singer to expose a record producer who bilks his artists by selling bootleg copies; guest Glen Campbell.
The players bring down a crooked attorney by hiring him to defend Ice on a drug-possession charge.
Parolees work with the FBI using their experiences to help fight street crime; with Ice-T; Costas Mandylor; Frank John Hughes.