After a weeklong hiatus, “Lethal Weapon” is back with an all-new episode on Tuesday.

Season 3 of the Fox series continues with episode 5, titled “Get the Picture,” which is all about what its name suggests: recovering some fine art.

While investigating “a robbery of a truck filled with fine art,” according to the synopsis, Murtaugh (Damon Wayans) and Cole (Seann William Scott) get into a bit of trouble. In the trailer, as the latter’s protecting a woman, four men, one of which is holding up a gun, stare them down. With his hands held up high, Cole tries to stall and cut the tension with a bit of joke.

“If you guys wouldn’t mind removing your shoes before entering, I’d really appreciate it,” he tells the men.

Later in the promo, he and the woman end up trapped on a boat that’s taking on water. They’re tied up in a room and have to find a way to escape before they drown. Will they find a way to get out on their own, or will Murtaugh save the day?

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Damon Wayans and Michelle Mitchenor in the “Get The Picture” episode of “Lethal Weapon.” Fox

The detective and Bailey (Michelle Mitchenor) make an appearance at the end of the trailer as Murtaugh tries to drive a boat, saying “I got this,” but, of course, he doesn’t really.

“Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa,” she says. “Wrong direction. Go back. Back, back, back, back.”

Aside from working the case, Roger and Wesley will have to work through some personal issues in the episode, as well.

“Cole deals with lingering feelings for Natalie [Maggie Lawson] after a development in her life,” the synopsis shares. “Meanwhile, Riana [Chandler Kinney] blackmails Murtaugh into letting her go to a concert after she catches him in a lie he told Trish [Keesha Sharp].”

After this new “Lethal Weapon” airs on Tuesday, don’t get too sad about Season 3 ticking down because Fox recently ordered two additional episodes, according to Deadline. Both of which will feature Wayans, despite the actor announcing that he plans to leave the series at the end of the season. The original episode count was 13, but it’s now up to 15.

“Lethal Weapon” airs on Fox on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EDT.