Lobo, Perkins and Birdie are tapped to serve on the governor's special task force in Atlanta, where the boys try to win the respect of their skeptical new colleagues by cracking the department's most difficult case: a credit card rip-off racket operating out of a nightclub featuring lady mud wrestlers.
The fastest women around are a ring of beautiful lady car thieves terrorizing Atlanta and baffling the police. Lobo, Perkins and Birdie go undercover as a competing ring to discover the kingpin, but will their scheme be scuttled by the suspicious Chief Carson and Hildy?
Birdie's college chum Michael is murdered and Birdie is arrested as the prime suspect. Lobo and Perkins commit to helping their friend clear his name and capture the real killer, a task that calls for Birdie to go undercover as a nude model for Macho Man Magazine.
Television legend Sid Caesar plays a friendly bomber who likes to make big noises, which is only one of the problems facing Lobo, Birdie and Perkins. The mother of a baby taken into custody kidnaps her son and Chief Carson at gunpoint, leaving the boys to contend with an obnoxious social worker, a gullible reporter, a suspicious Peaches and Brandy and a riled Hildy.
Perkins becomes the first person courageous (or clueless) enough to testify against mob hitman Ernie "One Shot" Kelbow. When the assassin is sprung on bail he comes gunning for Perkins. Can Lobo, Birdie and Hildy keep their friend out of the hitman's crosshairs?
Perkins stumbles into a kidnap-blackmail plot while picking up the Chinese take-out. The head of a corrupt charity is holding hostage the brother of its former bookkeeper who has proof of embezzlement. Freeing the prisoner won't be easy with a karate-chopping bodyguard in the way.
A rodeo clown's drug dealing threatens the lives and the love between a group of Orly-native rodeo riders and their wives. A paternal Lobo intervenes personally and professionally, with an able assist from Perkins and Birdie. Final episode of the series.