Ellie and Harry are on opposite sides when a tycoon's wife (Juliet Mills) is accused of murdering her spouse.
Harry comes to the rescue when Ellie invests her life savings in what looks to be a swindle.
The retrial of a case originally defended by her late husband (Charles Hallahan) unearths painful memories for Ellie.
Ellie is depressed on her birthday and leaves for the weekend, ignoring Harry's warning that she is being followed.
Harry springs into action when he learns his favorite watering hole is slated for demolition; guest Alan Hale.
A hockey player and his father, who is indebted to a loan shark, become prime suspects in the hood's murder.
Finding a corpse in his car leads Harry to a corrupt Army officer involved in a covert military operation; guest Ken Olandt.
Harry matches wits with a condescending insurance investigator while probing the theft of four Renoirs; guest Roy Thinnes.
A superficial bullet wound causes Harry's amnesia, and Ellie must restore his memory to clear her client of murder.
Harry's search for a woman's (Kaye Ballard) missing brother draws strong-arm tactics and a mysterious murder.
Harry agrees to baby-sit his bookie's granddaughter (Soleil Moon Frye) and winds up involved in murder and counterfeiting.
Harry enjoys his inclusion in a high-stakes poker game until a participant's wife is killed; guest Jack Bannon.
Harry sets out to exonerate Ellie's friend, a man (Alex Cord) charged with killing his wife; guest Merritt Butrick.
Mistaken identity involves Harry with an influential man (Mark Stevens) and the shipping of black-market plutonium.
Harry smells a cover-up when a politician's brother confesses to murdering a campaign worker; guests Jane Greer, Morgan Stevens.
Harry must help an heiress charged with killing her publisher husband; guest James Carroll Jordan.
An heiress is charged with killing her publisher husband; guest James Carroll Jordan.