Barnaby's compassion for a friend blinds him to the man's involvement in an arson scheme.
J.R. must escape from prison after nearly dying at the hands of an assassin.
A trip to Hawaii turns into a nightmare for J.R. when he is arrested for murder.
A woman goes after Betty, whose testimony can place a fight manager at the scene of a boxing czar's death.
Barnaby's niece is the prime suspect in the shooting of the attorney handling her dead husband's estate.
J.R. reluctantly agrees to find his old Chicago girlfriend's runaway sister, who is in Los Angeles.
The hunt for a missing girl leads Barnaby to an international white-slavery ring.
Barnaby is certain he saw a thief, believed dead, at his daughter's Olympic tryout.
A rape victim's husband asks Betty to convince the withdrawn woman to identify a suspect.
To bust a narcotics ring, J.R. takes the place of a murdered friend in a rehab center.
As a warning, racketeers kill a vigilante-group leader's son.
Betty disputes a police report that says her friend died from a heart attack.
J.R.'s friend (Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs) flees a murder scene because he fears police will accuse him.
A private investigator's greed during his search for a girl has near-fatal consequences.
An intruder blinds a fashion photographer with acid and steals some of her negatives.
Con artists target a singer (Bonnie Ebsen) and her manager.
Betty's shipboard romance ends when her lover vanishes, leaving behind a dead man in his room.
A comedian (Ed Begley Jr.) is a prime suspect in the murder of the nightclub owner who fired him.
A murder victim is labeled a prostitute by newspapers, leading her father to seek vindication.
Betty hurries to meet a troubled friend, but arrives minutes after the woman has been slain.
A writer dies under strange circumstances just after a supposed meeting with Barnaby.
A private investigator (Kenneth Mars) believes Betty is killing her cousins to get an inheritance.