A couple of Feds comes to the office looking for Laura. But she's not there so they tell Steele and Mildred that they're looking for a photographer who took Laura's picture which is now in skin mag which they show them. Mildred decides to play hardball. Later Steele searches for Laura. Steele goes to the photographer's studio and is attacked by a man. The photographer calls the office looking for Laura and Mildred goes to where he is. When Mildred goes there the Feds follow her and pull their guns, Mildred knows they're not Feds so she knocks them and makes off with ...
Steele wakes up with a hangover. He then goes to the office and learns that he has been missing for a few days. Later a man goes to the office claiming that he and Steele had a bet which Steele lost and what was at stake is the Agency; which he is now coming to take possession. When Steele doesn't have any recollection of that, the man shows a note that Steele signed. Laura's upset with him. Later Steele goes into the office and discovers that someone burrowed into the office below which is a diamond merchant and made off with several million dollars worth of diamonds...
Laura and Steele are approached by some people who want to hire them to locate some missing hogs which are part of a corporation's new product. And when they initially refuse they learn that they're investors in the pigs too because Mildred invested most of the agency's funds in the corporation. And Steele who's in the process of buying something needs some cash fast. So they go to the city where the pigs are being kept. They see that the local farmers are being attacked because the corporation wants to buy their land and accuse them of trying to force them to sell. ...
When the body of man is found whose ID says he's Remington Steele, Laura, Steele and Mildred go to the morgue. While Laura and Steele don't recognize the man, Mildred does but doesn't say anything. She leaves and goes to idea man George Edward Mulch. Apparently this is one of his latest ideas. Later Steele and Laura are grabbed and taken to someone who demands why they didn't do the job he was hired to do. Of course they have no idea what they're talking about.
The son of a caviar magnate, who bought a lot of caviar to impress his father but when it goes missing he turns to Steele and Laura for help. They are joined by a Russian who is looking for some missing Russian caviar.
Laura's sister, who has recently moved to California, frantically calls her claiming there's a dead man in her kitchen. When they arrive there is no body in the kitchen - but there is a dead body in her trash can.
When a man is arrested for speeding in a car he clearly can't afford, his daughter asks Steele and Laura to keep an eye on him because she fears that he's going mad. But they learn the man is not out of his mind, on the contrary has some kind of scheme cooking.
Oil tycoon George Wellington has a butler, Hastings, who knows all of the family secrets and is writing an expose. When Hastings is killed, Remington is hired by the house staff to take the butler's place and find the killer.
Laura and Steele come back from a weekend trip and discover that everyone thinks they have been murdered. The motive is as puzzling as the suspects, which include Mildred, a nun, a loan shark, and five horse jockeys.
A terminally ill man deliberately framed himself in a case so that his soon-to-be widow would collect the reward for his capture. But then he gets cured of his disease, and faced with life in prison for a crime he didn't commit, he breaks out and turns to Steele to prove his innocence.
Steele and Laura are called by a woman who found the body of her boss. They try to keep his body from being discovered until they can find out why he was killed. Steele appears to be jumpy. He leaves to go on an errand and Laura investigates on her own and she has a close call. She goes back to the office upset that Steele left her alone. When he leaves to go on another errand, she sees him with Clarissa, the prostitute they met on an earlier case.