Put Your Life on the Line
JJ and the Memphis Street Outlaws are back, but after a devastating crash, Doughboy questions if he should continue racing. Racers from St. Louis are in town, and since one of them tried to burn Tricia down, the Memphis Street Outlaws are done being nice.
A group of fast-talking racers from Pennsylvania comes to town to race and they're ready to bet big money. But after an early and costly loss because of a car problem, Memphis has to rally and win almost every race if they don't want to end in the red.
Big Apple, Big Mouths
Memphis comes together to help Doughboy get his new car ready to race, but when it won't be running by race night, JJ decides to give Dover a second chance. Then, when New York comes to town, Memphis tries for a big comeback after last week's big losses.
Damn the DMV
When Doughboy's new Impala is finally ready to start up for the first time, the whole family gathers to celebrate. On race night, a mouthy group of racers from Delaware, Maryland and Virginia bring a bad attitude, and Doughboy finally lines up for a race.
JJ and the Memphis Street Outlaws decide to head west to meet up with a group of Arizona racers let by Mary, whom they've raced with before. But when they arrive in Arizona, it seems like the odds may be stacked against Memphis.
After a night of low bets in Arizona, JJ decides to set up another race against racers in New Mexico, hoping for a chance to make more money to make the trip west worthwhile. However, the New Mexico racers have roads that are dusty and unpredictable.
Arms Drop, Friendships Stop
Still on the road, JJ decides to invite the best racers from the West to meet up in Las Vegas for a winner-take-all arm drop race, with a total of $30,000 up for grabs. With so many heavy hitters all in one place, JJ and the family are put to the test.
Bet on Memphis
JJ's Arm Drop in Las Vegas continues. Moving into round two, MSO drivers do what they can to knock out the competition. As the competition winds down, Memphis is forced to line up against each other to see who can take home the $30,000 prize.
Bad Boyz For Life
When Doughboy gets a $10,000 call-out from the 901 Bad Boyz, another group of racers in Memphis, JJ gathers the family to stand up to the racers. JJ and the Memphis family agree to meet up for a night of grudge racing, but the stakes have never been higher.
Get That Money Out Sucka
Memphis starts the racing season against racers from Illinois, but rain comes and ends the night. JJ sets up another race night with an unfriendly group from Detroit. They make a bet that whichever city is first to win seven races, wins the total $20,000.
A group of racers from Indiana come to race the Memphis family. JJ has to keep his son calm when the racers get dishonest. Gulley is back racing after a crash. Then, Memphis heads to Ohio to meet up with a group who's got flashy cars and deep pockets.
Memphis heads to Ohio to meet up with a group who's got flashy cars and deep pockets. But, when JJ agrees to run his small tire cars against a big tire, he's hesitant. Memphis must rely on their street racing skills to come out ahead.
Memphis heads to Kentucky to meet up with some down-home street racers who have regular streetcars, just like the ones Memphis has. After a rocky start, Tricia's $4,000 race at the very end of the night proves to be a make-or-break moment for Memphis.
A Precious Chevelle
When JJ surprises Precious with a new '69 Chevelle for her birthday, she jumps in and starts racing right away. Memphis gets a call-out from Texas, but when it's time to race, it turns out that they brought some serious hustle, and Doughboy steps it up.
Mid Atlantic Meltdown
The MSO family takes on a group that calls themselves the Mid Atlantic Street Outlaws. They've got some of the nicest cars Memphis has seen in a while, including a doorless dragster. On top of that, they bring some hustle into the racers' meeting.
Small Tire Mountaineers
The entire Memphis family heads up to an air strip in West Virginia for the small tire event of JJ's Arm Drop, with several of the MSO racers switching to small tire to battle it out to see who can take home the $15,000 prize.
Arm Drop In Appalachia
JJ and the Memphis family are gearing up for the big tire event of JJ's Arm Drop in West Virginia. Everyone learned from the small tire event that the asphalt on this former airstrip is sketchy, especially in the right lane. It's gonna be a driver's race.
The big tire event of JJ's Arm Drop in West Virginia continues into round two with 13 MSO racers working to take out the remaining non-MSO racers. If somebody from the Memphis family can make it to the end and take home the $25,000, the whole family wins.
Hotheads and Hotrods
Fresh off their huge win against NOLA, JJ Da Boss and the MSO hit the streets after getting called out by Quinn Shireman and his team from Kentucky. Quinn has a big mouth and the fast cars to back it up, forcing the MSO to go all hands on deck for a win.
Kentucky Fried Finish
Race night against the Kentucky racers continues with JJ throwing a curveball and Kentucky falling behind. A face-to-face confrontation emerges on the course and tempers are boiling out of control but MSO is determined to prove why they're the best.
Race night gets rowdy when Memphis welcomes a new racing group from Virginia. The newcomers talk a big game but run out of cars after only a few races, leaving Molly and Ole Heavy without a race until Virginia can fix their cars and return.
35 to 1
The Memphis family loads up their cars and heads to Battlefield Dragway in Mississippi for one of JJ's famous arm-drop competitions. Thirty-five small-tire-car racers begin round one in this exclusive event, but only one will take home the grand prize.
The Memphis Tea Party
JJ gets a callout from Chris Bromley and his Fox-Body Mustang drivers from Massachusetts. Chelsea is excited to race her new car and Molly is out for redemption but technical difficulties make it hard for the MSO to prove they can outrun any Mustang.
War for $10k
JJ invites 32 racers from all over the country to compete in Street Wars -- a winner-take all event with a grand prize of $10,000. The competition is open to all, even those with pro-mods, so the MSO must focus if they want a shot at the prize.
MSO gets called out by Ronnie Pace and his team from Texas. It's not long before Memphis begins feeling the heat up against Ronnie's Texas-sized mouth and deep pockets, leaving it up to the more inexperienced racers to bring the MSO back into the black.
Tricia and JJ both have chances to redeem themselves while Memphis continues to struggle against Texas. The competition is more intense than ever and one wrong move could mean it's game over for the Memphis crew.
Beat Me in St. Louis
The MSO heads to St. Louis to race the slick streets against a team of even slicker racers led by Dynamite Dave. Memphis came out on top the last time these teams faced off, now the St. Louis crew is ready to even the score on their home turf.
Sooner Than Later
After a grueling night against St. Louis, MSO gets a callout from some Oklahoma Racers who want to challenge Memphis on the same sketchy street. JJ and the crew aren't ready to back down but they must rally to make staying out another night worthwhile.
Second City Hustlers
As their battle with Chicago approaches, the MSO scrambles to fix Heifer after losing her to a fender bender. JJ finds a '65 Malibu they can use but Chicago is stacked with fast cars and street sense, so running an unknown may be out of the question.
MSO prepares to face off against some local racers led by the fast-talking Tony Yeager. Tensions are high thanks to MSO's history with their competition that includes some unfinished business between Mustang Mike, Anthony Smith and two of the locals.
Knock Your Block Off
The MSO steps up to the challenge after larger-than-life Chris Block challenges them to switch to small tires and compete against South Carolina. With little time to prepare, Memphis must quickly adapt or risk losing to Block's mind games.
Small Tire Take Over
The MSO starts the season off with a big plan to only race on small tires. Not everyone on the team has small-tire experience, so Memphis will have to work together to overcome a challenge from Tim White and his small-tire killers from Illinois.
Prairie State Problems
Just when the MSO thought they were all finished with their small-tire race against Illinois, Tim White challenges JJ to another night of racing. This time, however, Tim has a surprise in store -- the Illinois racers are now rolling on big tires.
Quinn Shireman, longtime rival of the MSO, invites the team to Kentucky for an arm-drop event like no other. Quinn bets JJ that the MSO can't win and brings with him a team of heavy hitters to make sure no one from Memphis has a shot at the cash prize.
Chasing Kentucky's Commonwealth
JJ's Arm Drop event in Kentucky continues and the MSO is still struggling to knock out Quinn's hired guns. The stakes are high and if Memphis cannot manage to win the entire event, they'll lose their side bet with Quinn and go home in the red.
Tony Yeager and Whitfield roll into town with a group of local Donk-driving racers ready to call JJ out. The familiar foes have a plan to get inside JJ's head by going after the girls and hopefully pull out a win against the MSO.
Reigning for Benji's
Now that his team is on small tires, JJ puts them to the test by inviting the country's best small-tire racers to Memphis for a winner-take-all race with a $16,000 pot. Big-name foes are in town so it's up to the MSO's heavy hitters to bring home a win.
Round two of JJ's $16,000 small-tire race kicks off and only half of the MSO is still in the competition. The team is behind, but they're ready to fight for every win, no matter what it takes ... even if they have to race each other.
Smooth as Tennessee
Nashville street racers call out the MSO to see who really runs the streets of Tennessee. Memphis never backs down from a challenge, but with Ziptie out of commission and Heifer having trouble, the team must really step up if they want to win.
The MSO is surprised when a group of racers claiming to be from Delaware turns out to be a team of racers from all over America. This all-star group is made of familiar faces who have suffered losses at the hands of the MSO and are now hungry for revenge.
The Lying Continues
The MSO continues their battle against an all-star group of racers out to avenge past losses on the streets of Memphis. Tonight, however, includes a few new racers who have defeated the MSO including Jason Copeland, Brent Self and their Camaros.
Life is a Gamble
The MSO family loads up the hot rods and heads to Vegas to meet up with King Donnie and a group of West Coast racers. Molly and Chelsea step up to take on the challenge but the roads are unusually slick, making it a struggle to bring home a payday.
JJ calls up a group of racers who have all beaten the MSO before and challenges them all to a rematch. While it may be the biggest challenge Memphis has ever faced, pulling out a win will prove the MSO is the fastest small-tire racers in the game.
Everyday I’m Hustling
The second night of racing against teams that have beaten the MSO continues, only this time Dynamite Dave rolls in with some new heavy hitters from Missouri. After being down from the first night, Memphis can't afford to let it happen again.
JJ provides the MSO with a new challenge by spending the entire season racing on the toughest asphalt in Las Vegas. To kick things off, JJ hosts a small tire shoot-out where the winner takes home $16,000.
Big Chief in a Little Duck
JJ's small-tire shootout continues. Big Chief looks to go rounds in the Ugly Duck, while Precious, Ax Man and Dennis Bailey all face tough match-ups.
Memphis is in the Las Vegas desert for a small tire shootout and as it gets later in the race, the bets get bigger and bigger. When Precious and Tricia lock in races with a few West Coast heavy hitters, MSO puts more than $25,000 on the line in side bets.
Lost in Paradise
Memphis' small-tire shootout in the desert continues. After some tough losses, JJ, Lee Roberts and Jackie look to keep the MSO alive in the competition. Memphis lost some big money in round two and JJ straps into Ole Heavy to try and win some of it back.
Memphis struggled in the small-tire race at the first of the season, now Al Boogie and the Dream Team think they smell blood in the water. They come to Las Vegas to call out Memphis, but even after some tough weeks, the MSO can never be counted out.
A group of local racers call out JJ saying that the MSO can't win on their Vegas turf.
JJ agrees to take on a team from Arizona, but come race night the MSO realizes their opponents have an arsenal of ridiculously expensive cars.
Ring My Bell
The streets of Las Vegas haven't been kind to the MSO. Local racer Brett tries to take advantage by putting together a group of hand-picked ringers to whoop on JJ and his family.
Come One Come All
It's been a long run for JJ and the MSO on the streets of Vegas, and this week, Markelle from Arkansas steps up to the plate with a group of hand-picked racers from all over the country.
Boddie and his California racers knocked JJ and the MSO in the head earlier in the season for more money than they've ever lost in one night before. Now, Boddie is back in town and Memphis is looking for some get back.
$75,000 and Counting
JJ ends with the biggest event of the season -- a winner-takes-all shootout where each racer gets a second chance to buy back in. Each time someone comes back, the pot grows higher for a grand total of at least $75,000.
The final shootout of the season continues and MSO is fighting with everything they’ve got to bring home a grand prize that keeps growing bigger and bigger. But, with heavy hitters buying back in, the competition gets even higher.