The trio stresses over a new P.I. company who seems to be taking all of their business. With the lack of business, the trio reluctantly accept a case sent in anonymously concerning the death of a surfer in 1964.
The trio are hired by the US Government to head to Mexico in order to find and bring back an estranged wife of a well-known crimelord.
A city councilman becomes surrounded in controversy when he is unable to pay several financial obligations and blames it on the right wing police department who he claims tampered with his computer.
The agency falls on some hard financial times, forcing Cody to think about selling the company.
A reporter is diagnosed with an incurable disease and she hires the trio to find out who infected her.
Murray participates in "Brain Basher", a TV game show.
While at a party on Pier 56, the trio learn that all of the boats have been robbed.
The trio run into an old friend while at a party.
Nick, in order to escape having to celebrate the holiday, accepts a mission from Colonel Ryan, his Army Reserve commander.
Nick and Cody attempt to be suave with a woman they meet at a grocery store, but instead end up making fools of themselves.
When Cody comes back from a trip visiting his mother, he finds that his boat has disappeared. While he was away, Nick damaged the boat in an accident.
The trio take on their weirdest case yet -- a wealthy, eccentric man wants them to track down a model he wants to marry, but has never met.
Murray's girlfriend tries to set up either Nick or Cody with a music teacher she knows.
Lucy, a bride-to-be, hires the agency for help when only her cousin's luggage arrives for the ceremony.
The trio meet with Parker, a man who had responded to one of the Danny Lee posters.
Cody, Nick and Murray go to Martigua for a vacation to visit Angelo, an oceanographer, who is searching for Tyson's sunken treasure.
The trio are hired by Hal Potter, a sportscaster and the owner of a minor league baseball team, to investigate the use of drugs by his players.
Gloria Burghoff, an aspiring FBI agent, returns to the agency for help in her latest case.
A reporter with a crush on Nick writes an article about the Riptide Detective Agency and names Nick as the head of the agency. The article spurs an argument between the Riptide trio.
Nick, Cody and Murray investigate how an unqualified chemical company won a disposal contract that led to the contamination of a local beach.
Parisi has the trio work as consultants for a TV detective series.
In the series finale, the trio are hired by a man, Warwick, to find his missing son.