Carole and Sydney are hired to protect a rock singer from a crazed stalker fan.
The detectives make an appointment at a posh salon, hoping to net a hairdresser suspected of blackmailing wealthy women who have confessed their indiscretions to him.
The theft of a priceless Egyptian tablet culminates in the death of a friend of Carole's, an assistant curator for a museum, whose former boyfriend is the prime suspect in her murder.
Sydney Kovak and Carole Stanwyck are improbable partners in a San Francisco detective agency that they jointly inherited from their ex-husband, who met with foul play. They decide to join forces and run the agency. Their first case has to do with the retrieval of a valuable piece of art.
Sydney's father, Duke, is framed for a murder in Chinatown, that culminates from a plot to recover a bronze dog that holds the key to a vast fortune.
Sydney and Carole are hired to find a prominent auto designer's kidnapped son, who was reportedly impatient to collect his inheritance.
The detectives investigate the murder of a kindly street crook and take up his cause - trying to help a troubled teenager go straight.
Bonnie, Sydney's friend and a small-time thief, is murdered just as he is ready to go straight. A clue in the dead man's apartment leads Carole to join Fantasy Land, a sex-oriented nightclub. Their suspicions soon fall on the owner of the club, Sam Starr, and is confirmed when they overhead him arranging for a drug drop the next day.
Sydney and Carole try to prove that Lieutenant Vronsky was framed for the murder of a drug trafficker and the forging of bank documents.
Carole and Sydney don the latest fashions when they pose as models in an attempt to capture a design thief and solve a murder.