Into the Canadian Rockies for Matt, Cliff, Bobo, and Ranae, to hunt "the most territorial bigfoot of all." They start with a controversial video, showing a "bigfoot" hunching down behind a rock. Bobo points out that the video, at 5 seconds long, seems likely a hoax. Why didn't they film longer? Ranae wonders. Todd, the videographer, is controversial in the bigfoot community, too (possible hoaxer), but they want to talk to him. Todd says the original location is too dangerous to go to. (Ranae's not buying it, and I'm wishing for Fact or Fake's voice analysis) So they go some place similar to re-create the video. Bobo thinks the thing is bigger than him; Ranae & Matt think if you put Bobo in a furry costume, he'd be a match. (Yay, team!) Matt suggests they need to check hoaxes (like this) to tell them from the real thing.
They do a night investigation in the area; no luck, so they go to meet some local Native Americans (First Nations, in Canada, I think). The natives believe that bigfoot is real, and they do a ceremony to help the team in their hunt. Matt does the lone camp out, this week (every week this season, someone does). The rest of the team hold the usual town meeting and canvas witnesses. The first story they check out seems credible, and not explainable by people or bears -- but, as always, it's just a story. (Science needs more.) The other encounters involve rock throwing and pissing(!) on a tent. Again, compelling stories, but.... For their second night investigation, they bring in a mechanical deer, to use as a lure. The make howls and hear some strange sounds back, but apparently don't catch anything usable on the parabolic mics. (Either that, or I couldn't pick it out from the usual annoying soundtrack/sfx.)
In all, this seemed to be a more scientifically balanced show than the norm. A trend I hope will continue in the future.