When Colt apprehends one of his skips, a conman, he finds himself cornered by some of the people he bilked. Colt places him in the secret compartment in his truck, then gets away. While in the compartment the man places a key in it. When Colt gets back to L.A., he goes to work at a movie and his truck is to be used in it. Colt makes a couple of other trucks to look like his so his won't get damaged. The man gets out of jail and tries to get to the truck to get the key. When Colt uses one of the duplicate trucks, he lets Howie do the stunt. The man has the truck shot ...
A swindler who got millions of dollars from several victims goes on the run and leaves his girlfriend behind. She then goes to his computer and alters the access code number to his account. She is then arrested and bailed out by Terri. The swindler then has her picked up and brought to her at the non extradition island where he now stays. Terri sends Colt to get her and he brings Howie and Jody along. And when they get there, she convinces Colt to get the access code name to the account.
Colt is sent to bring back Lou Carnesco. He's in Las Vegas and he's managing a boxer who wants to quit. But a mobster whom Lou sold an interest in his boxer to, is upset. Colt catches Lou but he gets an offer from Larry Holmes for his fighter to fight him. He accepts and asks Colt to let Lou help him.
When a man whom Colt is going to testify against tries to get him not to even offering him money, which Colt refuses. Later someone grabs Terri and calls Colt and tells him not to testify. Colt goes to see the man and threatens him if anything happens to Terri. He then goes to see Colt and convinces him he wouldn't do that. So Colt thinks someone close to him is trying to frame him so that he could be sent away for a long time maybe even executed. So Howie poses as his knew enforcer and he later learns that one of these persons is the man's wife.
The son of a man whom Colt knows, who works at a record company in L.A. is arrested for killing the man he works for. He goes on the run and turns to a friend of his father who owns a chain of record stores. Colt follows him. What they don't know is that the man who was murdered was involved in a counterfeit record operation and was trying to get out but was killed by the man behind it. But it seems before he died he sent proof of operation to the record store owner whom the killer works for and is trying to get it back. But first has to find it.
A loose pastiche of The Sting broken into three acts. Colt, Howie and Jody are working on a low-budget film when the producer suddenly finds themselves extorted for money. The extortionist is a crooked councilor who has recklessly run up some considerable gambling debts with the 'syndicate'. Colt decides to mount a 'sting' operation by pretending to be a contract killer called The Wasp and getting Jody to finagle her way into the councilor's affections by playing slutty and wearing a series of skimpy outfits. Stunts include: a couple of car crashes/explosions, land ...
Colt works with Roy Rogers again. When they need more horses, Howie goes to get some from a local ranch. But what they don't know is that someone who stole some diamonds and hid them on the horses. So they try to get them back.