Into Kentucky for this show. The video that starts the investigation shows two eyes shining in a night video. (The "Kentucky eye shine" video.) Ranae suggests an owl in a branch, though Matt thinks it's bigfoot. (Bobo notes an owl is more likely.) The show then follows the standard model: night investigation, camp out & do town hall, talk to witnesses, do a second night investigation. And, of course, hear "strange" sounds and find nothing irrefutable. The only things new in this show are the number of gunshots they hear during the first night investigation (coon hunters, apparently), the fact they visit Bobo's relatives (who are witnesses), and the use of a fake crying baby to try to lure the creatures out of the woods. The show has become so predictable, that I wrote the "standard model" paragraph before actually watching the episode.
Make no mistake: this show is for believers, and -- despite the team's best efforts -- there's not a lot of scientific evidence to be found. This show is for people who like hearing bigfoot stories. It also performs some small service by providing skeptical explanations for popular bigfoot videos ... sometimes (with Ranae providing most of the skepticism).
It would be nice if they could hunker down in one of their "bigfoot hotspots" for a whole season or more and really do some science, but I'm afraid that would't make a compelling show every week. The witness stories do make a compelling show, but it's well to remember: they're just stories. Maybe someday, we'll get more.