By giving Harrison part ownership in a race horse, a client (Tom Poston) leads the Foxes into a deadly conflict.
Harry and Harrison risk freeing an imprisoned con man (Stuart Margolin) to solve a difficult murder.
Harry finds a link between a society scandal and the murder of a bag lady (Dorothy Lamour); guest Jayne Meadows Allen.
Harrison's neighbor (Vic Tayback) wants to know who poisoned his pooch; guests Dody Goodman, Isabel Sanford.
While the Foxes vacation at a dude ranch, Harry pursues the ranch foreman's killer and an amorous divorcee pursues Harry.
Harrison buys a photo of Hank Aaron and Harry at a 1961 game which Harry knows he never attended.
A romantic weekend goes awry when Cindy spots a friend (Audrey Landers) and her supposedly dead fiance; guest Nancy Walker.
When a fashion designer claims her "dead" partner is threatening her, Harry and Harrison visit the cemetery.
The Foxes become the hunted while on a tropical island trying to clear a client of her husband's murder.
A reporter (Belinda Montgomery) is fired for saying that secret gold reserves are buried beneath a street; guest Cyd Charisse.
A blind novelist (Robin Dearden) and her mother (June Allyson) consult Harry about a murder plot overheard in a restaurant.
Harry must keep a dashing movie star (Gene Barry) out of trouble before a competency hearing; guest James McEachin.
Harrison's secretary asks Harry to prove smugglers murdered her seafaring cousin; guest France Nuyen.
When Harrison's friend, a doctor, faces murder charges, Harry enlists a tough nurse (Della Reese).
A wealthy businessman (Lloyd Bochner) bribes Harry to end the search for his daughter's (Leah Ayres) fiance.
The film-shop operator (Ja'net DuBois) accidentally gives Harry photos of drug smugglers taken by another investigator.
Harry's abduction forces Harrison into an alliance with his father's street-wise cronies; guest George Kirby.
The suspicious death of Josh's piano teacher leads Harry to a music conservatory and a missing Beethoven sonata.
Harrison's father-in-law (Dick Van Patten) sees Harry in action after the country-club president is murdered on the golf course.
Someone tries to pressure a wrestling promoter (Vera Miles) into selling her arena; guest Keye Luke.
Conflicting evidence involving a wallet, pickpocket and gun receipt baffles Harry; guest Sharon Acker.
Harry and a helicopter pilot (Pat Harrington) insist they witnessed a murder, until the victim makes an appearance.
Harry suspects that a writer (Art Hindle) who just completed a mob expose, disappeared as a publicity stunt.
Some threatening letters of Cindy's brother's (George Clooney) give a killer a perfect scapegoat.
Harry tries to protect a drug-sniffing German shepherd dog from cocaine dealers; guests Ron O'Neal, Jonathan Banks.
Harry enlists Harrison to find the killer of a private eye who found $2 million; guest Tracy Scoggins.
Harrison defends an eccentric woman (Natalie Schafer) in a competency hearing, although she claims a UFO landed in her vineyard.
Cindy believes Harry's tale of a murder in his hospital room and forces Harrison to follow the suspect; guest Della Reese.
When Harry's secretary (Carol Kane) makes an appointment with a counterfeiter, she manages to get herself and Harrison captured.
When a client of Harry's is murdered in the law office, Harrison battles to save his professional image.
Murder and a hostile ex-policeman interrupt the Fox family's camping trip; guest Bo Svenson.
Harry halts his goddaughter's wedding plans when he learns an investigator is following her fiance.
Harry's old flame (Anne Lloyd Francis), now a nun, asks him to learn why a priest left a prostitute $300,000 in insurance money.
Several people covet a private detective's seemingly valueless legacy -- a piece of old film-footage and a few baseball cards.