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.