V.I.P. decide to investigate when Relic goes missing from Foam. They discover that he's taking college classes, but when Val goes to talk to him he acts as though he doesn't know her, until she saves him from an assassin. He tells her that he's working undercover, trying to uncover a bookmaking operation. She offers him the services of V.I.P., since she probably led the assassin right to him, and V.I.P. agree, going undercover as members of the faculty.
Quick and Johnny are both dating the woman that they're supposed to be protecting. When they find out about each other they decide to keep it strictly business, until she's no longer a client. They, along with her, later discover that she's a princess and the rightful heir to the throne of some European country. Her parents having been murdered by a member of the secret police. She tricks both of them into thinking that she's heading back home, but instead heads out to get revenge on her parents murderer.
V.I.P. are hired to protect an ancient spiritual artifact, only to discover that it contains a bomb and that there's plans to steal it.
V.I.P. wages war on a rival bodyguard agency when the head of that agency starts using a dangerous drug with deadly side effects to give his men superhuman strength and abilities.
Pro wrestler Tyler Mane hires V.I.P. to protect him, or rather protect all those macho type guys who think they can take him in a fight, from him, but then he really needs their help when he's mistaken by a militia for a fictional agent named Kessler and he's targeted for death.
An amnesia victim asks for Val's help but he can't remember why he needs it. As he slowly regains his memory he remembers having seen something he shouldn't have seen, and that Nikki's life is in danger.
Val's uncle Ned comes to Los Angeles looking for V.I.P.'s help after stumbling upon a plan by an Inuit woman to sell the Inuit's land rights from under them.
A crooked D.A. tries to save his reputation by sending an innocent man, a man he framed, back to prison.
Kay becomes the target of a rogue CIA agent when she accidentally downloads assassination plans from the employee bios section of a website.
Johnny's return to action films marks the return of his old Tong enemies, who wish to make good on their threat to kill him. But when one of the Tong's daughter's is kidnapped, he strikes a deal with Johnny to let him live if he can return his daughter alive.
Nikki's old drill instructor hires the female members of V.I.P. to go undercover in his all-girl platoon to discover who has been stealing explosives.
V.I.P. are called in to work undercover at a hospital when two patients die under mysterious circumstances after being admitted, and recovering, from botulism poisoning.
The Environmental Protection Agency hires V.I.P. to transport a dangerous biological entity, but problems arise when Joan Archer, Val's evil twin, escapes from prison and impersonates her once again.
Val is convinced that Kay was abducted by aliens on the eve of the Rubicon summit.
Lucy Stanton, a convict, is released into V.I.P.'s custody on condition that she help them capture Nero, a jewel thief that V.I.P. has gone up against before.
Val and Maxine go undercover to help the FBI arrest a group of anarchists, and they accidentally get Erik Estrada mistaken for one.
Carl Merrick, Nikki's father's killer, is back after escaping from prison, and this time he plans to destroy a space shuttle on its way back to earth after having fixed a satellite in space.
V.I.P. are hired after a crew member is killed while setting up the Miss All-Organic beauty pageant to make sure it doesn't happen again.
Val and Tasha are captured and injected with a hypno drug after bringing the key witness in a hitman's trial to a safehouse. When they wake up they are told that they've been out for forty years, and that it's now 2042.
A TV news magazine does a story on the V.I.P. team at the same time that a career criminal seeks to escape to Mexico with $20 million in stolen bonds.
Scott Thayler, a Jim Carrey-like comedian, hires V.I.P. after he receives several death threats. They discover that the death threats come from an old friend of Scott's who claims he invented the character that made Scott famous.
When the owner of a famous chocolate company dies, she leaves half of the family recipe for making chocolate to her son, and the other half to her daughter. The brother, who owes money, tries to get his sister's half of the recipe, but when she refuses to give it to him, he disguises himself as her and tries to trick Quick into giving him her half of the recipe.