2010, 4 seasons to date
Drama / Music
By Eric Ellis Overmyer
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Albert makes a shocking discovery; Davis barters freedom for piano lessons; Antoine hits rock bottom; Annie gets a birthday gig.
While Antoine heads to Baton Rouge for a holiday visit with his sons, LaDonna and Toni probe a case of mistaken identity in New Orleans; Sonny takes a gig in Texas, leaving Annie behind; Albert accepts a dinner invitation from Dariusʼ aunt Lula; Delmond considers a tour offer; Davis and Creighton decide to take their angst to the masses; Albertʼs Indians bury their Wild Man.
LaDonna confronts the return of the crime problem; Sofia channels her father's YouTube rants; Toni takes the Abreu case; Janette and Albert apply for Road Home money; Sonny barely escapes arrest.
Aunt Mimi and Davis form a record company and sign rapper Katey Red; Janette makes her dramatic departure from Restaurant Brulard; Antoine reluctantly lands a teaching job.
Janette, Aunt Mimi and Annie commit to new deals, with varying degrees of enthusiasm. Toni may have found the killer she seeks; Terry is still looking for his; L.P. Everett meets his victim's family; Batiste plays his bone in Texas; Sonny plays his music closer to home.
Antoine Batiste does a good deed, and a homeowner suspects Nelson Hidalgo's deeds may not be so good. Davis McAlary fails to sign Sugar Boy Crawford for his opera, but Delmond Lambreaux gets his father to sign up for assistance from New Orleans Musicians' Clinic. L.P. Everett learns that his headless skeleton was not always so.
McAlary and Desautel spend New Year's Eve together; Batiste picks up a movie job; LaDonna comforts Lambreaux; Colson offers to testify, NOPD retaliates.
McAlary celebrates his 40th; Bernette gets a break in her case; Annie dumps her band; Lambreaux insists that Delmond carry on as Big Chief after he's gone; Everett returns to New Orleans.