Framed by a test pilot (Clive Revill) for a woman's murder, a military aide hires Feather to defend him.
Harry's scheme to clear an old friend (Robert Alda) of murder succeeds but also lands Harry in jail; guest James Darren.
Feather suspects a link between a friend's death and a greedy evangelist (Pernell Roberts).
Feather poses as a cat burglar fencing diamonds to nab a theater director (George Maharis) involved in gem theft.
To flush out an art dealer's killer, Harry and Feather poses as a foreign emir and an art expert.
Suspecting foul play, Feather asks Harry to investigate a dead friend's husband, a shady politician.
Harry impersonates an Army general to flush out a real-estate tycoon (Jon Cypher) suspected of his partner's murder.
Harry poses as a mob chieftain to scare a shipping tycoon (Gene Barry) Feather thinks killed her Uncle Charlie.
Feather learns her private-detective beau (Jack Cassidy) may be a hit-and-run killer.
Drug-smuggling comes to light when Feather and Harry try to clear an ex-convict author of homicide.
The death of a recently released convict leads the gang to a detective who always seems to be first on the scene.
Feather and Harry separately try to clear a client of murder; guest Robert Vaughn.
To free an innocent man, the gang must convince a hit-and-run murderer (William Windom) his victim survived.