When actor Mark Hamilton comes to Hawaii, Tracy is hired to keep the star's three ex-wives away from him. It turns out that he's evaded paying them the alimony payments he owes them and they're planning to kidnap him in order to get their money. It also turns out that he's been cheating on his income taxes, too, and when his manager finds out about it, Hamilton kills him.
Eight-year-old Patty has lost her "boyfriend", Stevie. Cricket decides to have a little fun with Tracy and Tom by having them work for her "client" Patty to find the missing Stevie. The joke turns serious when a ring that Stevie gave Patty turns out to be part of a stolen jewelry collection.
Tracy is hired to guard a group of refugee Chinese musicians. He doesn't know that one of the "musicians" is actually a Tibetan lama who has escaped from the Red Chinese, whose agents are looking for him.
Harmon Kane believes his new girlfriend is from a wealthy family, but the fact is that she and her rich "father" are actually con artists planning to steal the valuable "Blue Goddess" necklace. When the girl's accomplice buys the necklace with a phony check and then skips, Tom is hired to get the necklace back.
Pupeteer Michael Dalli informs his assistant Sandra that she's no longer needed and he's replacing her with another girl. Soon Sandra finds her lookalike puppet, which is used in the act, smashed. Shortly after that, she's hit and killed in the street by a car. A new girl, Mona, is hired to replace her, and soon Mona finds HER puppet strangled. She hires Tracy to find out what is going on.
Tom goes after escaped killer Ed Grimes, and tracks him to Hilo, where Grimes is being hidden by his wife Doris. Tom knows that Grimes is cheating on his wife with a new girlfriend, but Doris won't believe anything bad about her husband.
The Pacific Foundation awards Otto Van Helgren a hefty grant to sail a raft across the Pacific Ocean as a scientific experiment. However, a foundation official suspects something fishy when Von Helgren refuses to allow any photographs to be taken of him. He hires Tracy to find out what Von Helgren is up to, and Tracy in turn calls on Los Angeles private detective Rex Randolph (of Warner Bros.' companion show 77 Sunset Strip (1958)) to help him.
An executive being blackmailed is talked out of committing suicide by Tom, who promises to find out who the blackmailer is. Tom's investigation convinces him that he needs the help of his old friend Greg MacKenzie, who's a detective on the mainland. Greg comes to the islands, and is so impressed with Hawaii that he not only agrees to help Tom find the blackmailer but decides to stay and join Tom's agency.
A half-dozen US Navy sailors find out that they share a common trait--they're all engaged to the same woman. When they go to confront her they find she's disappeared, so they hire Tom to find her and retrieve the "wedding" expense money they gave her.
When a wave of phony $20 bills hits Honolulu, the Treasury Department asks Greg for help in finding the counterfeiters. Greg thinks the bills appear to be made by a former counterfeiter named Capt. Joe, who was supposed to have gotten out of the counterfeiting business and gone straight, but it turns out that Capt. Joe has been kidnapped by a gang of counterfeiters who want him to develop plates so they can counterfeit $50 bills.
Magazine writer Gloria Matthews asks Tracy to help her in an unusual matter. She's doing a story on Micho Koyoto, a Japanese marine who has been isolated in the Solomon Islands for the past 15 years and doesn't know the war is over. He is the heir to a large fortune back in Japan, but Gloria needs Tracy's help in convincing the Japanese soldier that the war is over.
Greg is hired by Bill Sinclair to guard a rare and valuable statuette called the Manabi Figurine until it can be appraised, at which time Sinclair plans to sell it and make a profit for he and his partners who found the item. However, the figurine is stolen from Greg's safe and someone winds up murdered. Greg, Tom and Lt. Quon work together to find the thief who stole the figurine and committed the murder.
Mike is a narcissist who blames others for the failures in his life. He believes he is owed an easy life. When his sister-in-law realizes he is stealing from her business, she realizes she is afraid of him and goes to Tracy for help.
Harry Lytton is in love with his mistress and wants to be rid of his wife. He hires a hit-man and then he wife agrees to the divorce. He goes to Tracy and Greg to try and locate the hit-man before he acts.
Tom returns from a covert job where he was tasked with bringing a witness back to Oahu to stand trial. An enterprising photographer learns about the witness and tries to make some money selling his information.
Lily Shung has lived all her life in Hong Kong. Her mother died before she was five but not before telling her that her father was from a prominent family in Hawaii. Lily sets out for Hawaii to learn about her father's side of the family.
Jenny Drake is engaged to be married. Tracy realizes she is not in love with her fiance. Jenny marries anyway to spite her wealthy mother. When her mother is killed, Jenny is blamed. Tracy must find the real killer.
Kitty Todd arrives home from shopping and finds her husband dead. The police and her neighbors believe she did it. When another person is murdered at the house, Tom is convinced there is more to the story.
Beulah Mae Willey is an beautiful eccentric who comes to Hawaii flaunting her wealth. Upon her arrival she connects with Tom with who she wants to see the island. Tom starts to see hints all is not as it appears.
Ed Haskell is a publicist who wants to help his client get top dollar for an ancient Chinese anti-aging formula. In an effort to increase the aura around the cream, Ed hires Hawaiian Eye to help keep the owner and the formula safe.
Greg tries to help a young Asian woman who has arrived in Hawaii to take part in an arranged marriage. The trouble is, the man she is to marry is interested in only one thing--a pair of valuable antique vases she brought with her.