Jonathan Smith, an angel, arrives at a retirement home to help not only the occupants but also the administrator Leslie Gordon. However, Leslie's brother Mark, a jaded and bitter former police officer, is suspicious of Jonathan.
The Satan's Helpers street gang terrorizes its neighborhood, bullying a young boxer to throw the big fight. Jonathan and Mark attempt to motivate aging Western movie stars the gang has mugged to muster the courage to be the heroes they once were and stand up to the thugs.
Jonathan and Mark come to a country-western bar where they provide an angelic assist to a young country singer emulating her lost mother, a former country star hoping to find her lost glory, and a widow mourning her lost husband.
A high school baseball star is being scouted by the pros, much to his delight and that of his father who's been coaching him, but a tragic motorcycle accident permanently shatters both their dreams and Jonathan must find a way to help the boy make lemonade from this crop of lemons.
To help Deke find a reason for living after his accident and shattered dreams, Jonathan enlists the aid of a gymnast who has reasons of his own to help rehabilitate Deke. In the meantime, Jonathan and Mark must find a way to reunite Deke's parents, who have also been affected by Deke's accident but in a different way.
A construction magnate now convinced he is King Arthur is in danger of being declared incompetent by his estranged son. Can Jonathan work a reconciliation between his royal highness and reality and especially with his son and heir to his empire?
A movie star always has the money to spend on his kids but never the time to spend with or be a real father to them, and Jonathan and Mark (who have been hired to look after the children) must show him the error of his ways before it's too late.
An advertisement brings Jonathan and Mark to a neighborhood where an elderly scriptwriter needs an "angel" to bankroll his movie about the lonely people in his neighborhood, but making the film may mean tragedy for Mark when Jonathan receives news from higher up about a woman in the neighborhood and movie whom Mark has fallen in love with.
A former Vietnam vet learns that he has a half-American/half-Vietnamese daughter and brings her to the States to live with his family, but Jonathan and Mark must intervene when the racial prejudice she encounters from all sides, including her new family, is almost too much to bear.
Barry Rudd, an aimless young man dubbed Rudd the Dud, is given a hotel to manage by his wealthy father. Jonathan and Mark are on hand as bellhops and when not assisting Barry contend with a tyrannical boss, a bratty kid and a snooty guest.
A promising basketball player whose coach has been making sure his grades are OK so he can play, learns he has a condition that means he can't play basket ball anymore. His coach then casts him aside. He loses his scholarship and doesn't know what he's going to do because he's illiterate. Jonathan then gets him to join a special class so that he could learn to read. He gets him a job coaching kids. He's also worried about a drug dealer that's plaguing the neighborhood and has his sights set on some the kids he is coaching and wants to stop him. Jonathan tries to help ...
A woman returns to her home to reconnect with her parents but it seems her father doesn't want to see her. Because she has a child out of wedlock. She then asks them to take her child because she's not well.
Jonathan's friend Scotty, a quadriplegic, wonders if his relationship with a woman can succeed, and while Jonathan is delighted to help Mark isn't so keen about it ... since the woman in question is his cousin Diane.
A heartless corporation plans to buy up and tear down an old neighborhood. Jonathan and Mark rally its aging residents to fight the buyout and at the same time they bring together in a common cause a lonely widow and widower.
Jonathan and Mark help a family struggling to do the right thing with an aging parent in their home. The daughter in-law demands he be put him in a retirement home or she'll leave. Their caring teenage son is caught in the middle of the muddle.