A man who is supposed to be dead for eighteen years, hires the Riptide boys to find the Mary Aberdeen "before it kills again". Things get even more spooky when it turns out this boat is actually Cody's Riptide.
A woman hires the guys to help her see her son whom her ex husband refuses to let her. They learn that the father is teaching his son to be a Nazi. The man runs some kind facility for boys so they need to someone in and they send Dooley. They learn that the man is planning something so they go to another group of Nazis who know the man and find out what they know.
After the Riptide breaks down, the boys end up in a weird little town where a woman who can see into the future is suspected of murder and everybody thinks Cody is the infamous and very unpopular Jake Tyler.
A seminar about harmony and communucation leads -apart from a fistfight and a bunch of arguments- to a concerned wife who's afraid her husband is having an affair. From there on, things get a lot worse for the Riptide agency.
Luitenant Quinlan and his superiors hire the Riptide Agency to pick up a female witness, ready to testify against her crooked husband. All goes well until Nick and the woman are ambushed, while Buzz and Cody are running a decoy. With the Mimi full of bullet holes, the two are forced to land in the middle of a deserted mountain spot, waiting for their either their rescue or their demise.
When somebody is using computers to destroy the reputation of a congressman with controversial ideas, our private investigators decide to help out by putting Buzz in a computer war with this unknown adversary.
A major security Corporation buys out the Riptide Agency and adds the trio to their staff list. Soon however, Buzz, Nick and Cody discover that the reason for the takeover isn't what they thought it was.
Nick reaquaints with an old buddy who he hasn't seen or heard from in five years. It becomes all more importent for the team once they find out he is both suicidal and deeply involved in a smuggling operation.