It has the right balance of chemistry between the characters that make an addictive crime thriller.
When Kim asks Bob for help with an illegal arms-dealing investigation, it sets off a chain reaction of trouble that reaches all the way to Ferry Bouman.
Bob maneuvers his way inside the El Dorado Ranch, where waitress Nathalie's search for a new job riles up owners Laurent and JP Berger.
As Bob stews over a setback in the case, his daughter brushes up against his past, and the Bergers attempt to salvage a lucrative business deal.
The lure of a fresh start leaves Nathalie feeling conflicted and vulnerable, while Bob pushes for a breakthrough in the case before his time runs out.
The wall between Bob's worlds begins to crumble when a threat hits close to home, and Laurent disagrees with JP over a potential deal.
Bob's attempt to use JP's past against him becomes a game of cat and mouse, Laurent's doubts about Nathalie boil over and Ferry issues an ultimatum.
When Nathalie's run-in with Laurent leaves Bob's case hanging by a thread, he bends the rules to the breaking point to motivate JP to make a deal.
Pushed to the brink by everything he's done in pursuit of Ferry and the Bergers, Bob races to contain and cover up his various deceptions.
With Ferry's court date fast approaching, Bob faces the truth and considers the consequences of his actions. Laurent tries to tell JP what he knows.
As the case comes down to the wire, Bob scrambles to protect Nathalie while JP takes steps to exact retribution on Laurent's behalf.