When a long-time good cop breaks down on the stand, and is unable to testify against a big time criminal, everyone is shocked. Although Hammer first suspects bribery, he soon comes to realize there may be other outside forces involved in that sudden memory lapse. Hammer then decides to let it be known that he will take the stand with some new damaging evidence, so as to set himself up as bait.
A student at a local university is found dead in her dorm and there's a small competition to see whose policing methods work. It's gut instinct vs. standard police work, or in other words Hammer vs. Doreau.
Sledge and Doreau are put on six months suspension for one of Sledge's blunders, and so they hit the boozer. Then Sledge sees an apparition: a Humphrey Bogart like figure that advises Sledge to go into business for himself as a private dick. So Sledge takes the advices and goes into business, film noir style.
There's a new cop in the precinct and she has the hots for Hammer. When he rejects her advances . . . well, let's just say you've never seen fury like a woman scorned.
When a used car salesman drops dead immediately after Hammer had wished he would, he starts to wonder about his own power! To dispel this idea, Doreau does some research on recent car salesmen deaths, which leads to an odd discovery: all of them were married to women named something "Jo" and died within 48 hrs of their wedding.
In a take on Hitchcock's Vertigo, this episode deals with Hammer's vertigo after a near death experience hanging from a rooftop. Hammer is brought back on assignment to act as bodyguard for a witness who will soon testify, but will his vertigo get in the way of his duty?
A local radio station psychiatrist is receiving threatening phone calls from a deep, gravelly-voiced man. The woman has recently moved to the area from N.Y. – where she had the same stalker – and has no clue what to do next. Looks like it's up to Sledge to put an end to this dirt-bag once and for all!
The FBI has asked Trunk for special permission to use Sledge in an undercover operation. There's word that a major villain is about to break out of prison, and it's up to Hammer to enter the prison, befriend the man, and break out with him, thus leading the FBI to more well-known thugs.
A movie director and a starlet die at the hands of what may be a resurrected film vampire.
When an android is used in a crime spree, the police have no idea what to do. Even the mighty Sledge Hammer failed in capturing him, and what's more, he nearly died in an attempt. His situation, however, was perfect for an experiment, Robocop style, and fights fire with fire.
Hammer and Doreau must stop a maniacal killer who uses toys to murder.
A British operative arrives in the U.S. to thwart the assassination of an archbishop... and becomes involved with Doreau.
The police station is contaminated when Hammer brings in a man who was exposed to germs stolen from a military base.
When a model goes missing, Doreau goes undercover at her agency to investigate a white-slavery ring.
A record producer kills off a heavy-metal band and Hammer is on his trail.
Hammer and Doreau investigate a murder during a corporate wilderness war game.
Hammer searches the city for the governor's missing daughter.
Hammer and Doreau go undercover as newlyweds as a hotel to bust a next-door drug ring. However, the next morning they wake up in bed, with no memory of what happened.
Hammer discovers that his best buddy is planning to marry his ex-wife.