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Former missing persons detective Leroy Wright is a skeptic who doesn't believe aliens exist, unlike true believer Max Jennifer, who is convinced his wife was abducted by such beings. Against all odds, the two find themselves forced to work with each other when, at low points in their lives, they are both recruited by Capt. Ava Lafrey, a take-no-prisoners former Air Force test pilot and head of the Bureau Underground, a secret government organization investigating paranormal cases. Lafrey and her staff support Leroy and Max as they look into unexplained activity and keep Earth safe.

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Max, Leroy, and Annie get lost in the woods while trying to find a creature that kills; Max's survival skills are put to the test; Barry helps with Capt. LaFrey's dating problems.
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When a young girl goes missing at a haunted hayride, Max and Leroy go under cover to determine if it was a paranormal act or just a publicity stunt; Barry brainstorms ways to bond with Max and Leroy.
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Two smug actors accidentally stumble upon paranormal activity, and Max and Leroy must go under cover to save them.
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Annie installs smooth-talking artificial intelligence Sam to manage the office; Max and Leroy are put to the test when Sam turns out to be evil; Max is jealous when Leroy makes a new friend.
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Annie accompanies Max and Leroy as they go under cover to investigate a bizarre incident at an elite country club.
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Director Romslo puts the whole office on lockdown when a deadly amphibious creature escapes in The Bureau Underground, giving Max and Leroy only 30 minutes to eliminate the threat.
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Leroy romantically pursues a female cop while searching for the culprit behind a string of murders; Capt. Lafrey suspects her daughter is sneaking around behind her back with a boy.
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Leroy and Max take Jermaine trick-or-treating, but he gets infected with a zombie-esque virus by a demon cat; the Bureau Underground has a busy Halloween night of paranormal activity.
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Leroy and Max are recruited to find a missing member of The Bureau Underground.

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