Honey and Sam are hired by a art museum's insurance company to prove how easy it is to bypass its security measures. After proving the insurance company's point, the private investigators agree to furnish an elaborate new system - which is promptly evaded by art thieves.
Honey and Sam are hired to ensure that ransom money is delivered and the kidnap victim, a rock-'n'-roll singing son of a millionaire businessman, is returned safely. Honey soon suspects that the kidnapping was faked, either as a publicity stunt or so the young man could lay his hands on some easy cash.
Honey and Sam are hired to deliver gowns valued at over $100,000 to a fashion show. When their cargo is hijacked, the detectives race to recover the garments before the program or else their employer, a new dress designer, will be ruined.
Honey and Sam are hired to find the person leaking industrial secrets to a company's competitors. They catch the culprit red-handed, but are soon convinced that he's an unwilling stooge employed by others and seek to capture the entire gang.
Honey and Sam are hired to prove that a truck driver isn't a security risk and in the process tangle with spies who drug drivers driving secret weapons so they can take photographs while their victims are unconscious.
A bullet-riddled collector hands Honey what appears to be an 1865 newspaper, which he hints is a forgery, but he dies before explaining how he knows. Honey and Sam must keep the paper away from thieves, deliver it to its rightful owner, and determine whether it is really a forgery.
A young socialite survives numerous "accidents" including a parachute that opens late and a near hit-and-run. Honey and Sam are suspicious when the woman's mother reveals that a psychic has predicted the accidents. Things really heat up when the socialite becomes the prime suspect after her ex-boyfriend is murdered.
Thieves target Honey's client list using a decoy who looks almost exactly like Honey. Honey and Sam have to figure out how the thieves are getting to their clients and then set a trap to catch the gang. Honey particularly wants a face-off with her double.
Although stymied when they try to get incriminating photographs of a man suspected of making a phony accident claim, Honey and Sam discover that the subject's accident witness, a seemingly sweet old lady, is suspiciously accident-prone herself.
On a bet, an art dealer and his 'Warhol-esque' client secretly place a can of soup with a hand-painted label on a supermarket shelf to see if anyone will buy it. Not only is it purchased by Aunt Meg, but a punk immediately steals the can from her, leading Honey and Sam to believe that someone with inside information knew about the bet and plans to sell the can on the black market.
Hired to protect a gated community after a rash of burglaries, Honey and Sam discover a deluded burglar who actually believes that he is Robin Hood. They decide to humor him not only because they fear he will only confess the location of the hidden jewels to someone he trusts but also because they suspect that someone is directing the weak-minded thief.
After a stunt woman dies in a suspicious accident on a studio lot, Honey is hired to take her place as well as investigate her death. Soon Honey herself becomes the target of a series of so-called accidents. Sam also goes undercover wearing a bear costume.
Sam's friend, Gordon Forbes, is threatening to jump from the ledge of his upper-storey hotel room, and the only person he wants to talk to is his estranged wife. Unfortunately, when Honey visits the Forbes home, she discovers Mrs. Forbes has been murdered.