The group is off to the pine-forest mountains of Arizona to investigate a video purporting to show a sasquatch (juvenile) in a camp ground. (Looks juvenile to me, all right -- as in human teenager, complete with logo sweatshirt, pants, and long hair.) The recreation shows Bobo is much larger than the figure on the video, but the videographer still thinks it's a bigfoot, and this is a training ground for their young. Yeah. Right. More night investigations turning up nothing, more town-hall meetings (with interesting stories) ensue. Ranae meets a witness who seems credible, and can't discount what he's seen (a running bigfoot by the road). But are credible stories proof? Cliff camps out, finding nothing but strange sounds (cougar?). Really, I could practically write these show descriptions without watching them, and since I'm only interested in real evidence, there's very little to tell. They do talk to some Native Americans, who believe the sasquatch to be real; Bobo and Ranae have a discussion in which she says she understands their belief in totem animals, but that doesn't mean the creatures are physically real. Ranae needs scientific proof, and so do I -- but this is another episode without any.