The first strands of talent begin to appear as students warm to music sessions, confront tough choices, and a young songbird emerges.
Mothers behind bars admit the pain they caused their children, men put emotions on the line, and a surprising door opens for one.
Officers question an American woman when they suspect she's arrived to perform unlawful work in the sex trade. Also, a Chinese mother and son get caught red-handed with high-risk concealment.
Officers are on high alert when an Italian man's luggage appears to have been tampered with and they suspect they're dealing with a drug courier.
High traces of methamphetamines are detected on an American woman's luggage and officers suspect a pregnant Japanese woman is trying to courier drugs when they see something concealed in her bag.
Four musicians enter New Zealand prisons to teach songwriting and uncover bigger lessons as prisoners reveal the real stories behind their music.
The debate team faces Harvard; most seniors complete thesis projects but Giovannie is sent to SHU and might not finish his; students at Taconic and Eastern celebrate at graduation.
Lesson one prompts startling revelations and a turn of the tables when students help Anika Moa find answers to her own past.
Officers are worried that a Chinese national may be a drug trafficker when they discover her unusual movements. A South Korean student is pulled aside over undeclared cigarettes.
The reaction from a drug detector dog and a positive swab test has officers on high alert. An Italian man is found carrying something that may threaten Australia's biosecurity.
A young woman tries to pass as an ordinary tourist enjoying a tropical cruise but officers believe she's a cleverly disguised drug mule. Later, a rancid smell leads security to a gruesome discovery.
The debate team face West Point. Seniors embark on their thesis projects. Rodney and Dyjuan's families visit, while Shawta reckons with her path to prison. Jule struggles to find work in New York.
A cool customer is unshaken by the positive drug readings from his suitcase but Customs suspect there is something sinister concealed in the bag. Biosecurity discover an odd concoction in the bag of a traveller.
A lively man from the US arrives on a tourist visa, but Immigration believes he may be here to work illegally. And despite his claim of a clean criminal record, officers' findings prove otherwise. A shipment from Hong Kong ostensibly containing three standard household doors provokes officers' interests when one of the doors is heavier than the others. An X-ray shows there may be organic matter concealed inside. Then, two men from the Philippines arrive for a holiday after spending time working in Papua New Guinea, but Customs and Border Protection officers are concerned about their last-minute flight changes and lack of knowledge about what to see and do in Brisbane. Narrated by Grant Bowler.
A father and son duo are returning from a holiday in Thailand. Officers discover the men have had trouble crossing borders in the past when the father openly admits he was once caught with 10 tasers. He's also packed something illegal before this flight. That's not all officers find when a swab test comes back positive for traces of heroin. Flights are arriving in the Top End, carrying passengers attending a music festival, so the Customs drug dogs are out in force. Then, a package containing pool toys arrives from Argentina and raises suspicions when officers discover a hidden substance.
Officers discover a man has a surprising concealment in his pants. An imported vacuum cleaner is more likely to clean you out than clean your house, and a rock band's national tour may have to be cancelled when their lead singer has problems entering the country.
An Australian returns from the Middle East, and a discovery in his bag could lead to a major fight. A Korean student keeps digging himself into a big hole, and a narcotics concealment seems to vanish before officers' eyes.
Students address the circumstances of their past. The debate team preps to face the University of Vermont. Some make strides academically, others are accused of breaking prison rules.
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