A car sold in 1970 returns to haunt Arthur when he is framed for crimes he didn't commit.
Arthur wonder whatever happened to old fashioned business ethics.
Arthur's brother-in-law falls prey to maniac depression, Arthur discovers the horror of a mind unhinged-his own.
Arthur makes an investment in corporate entertainment, but discovers the world of West End clubs and casinos conceals many pitfalls.
A Russian ship and a skinhead called Nigel cause trouble for Arthur and Terry.
The record business lures Arthur into its clutches when he gets hold of a valuable one-hit-wonder pop master tape.
Terry is chauffeuring one of the capital's gangster kings when his mistress' jewellery is stolen.
Arthur persuades Terry to make a boxing ring comeback.
Arthur's business leads him being picked up by the police; Terry has to hunt down some tough Scots.
Terry is hired to look after the house of a singing superstar.
Terry has to look after Micky while he's on the run from prison.
Terry works at a strip club, Arthur meets an old acquaintance.
Terry injures his hand helping a colleague during a surveillance job.
Terry suspects trouble when strangers hire him and Arthur to repossess a bull.
Terry minds a disreputable athlete on the run from a bookie and from other undisclosed trouble.
Terry's chauffeuring job turns complicated when the car, full of stolen jewels, is taken.
A woman from Terry's past leaves her son at his door, with a note claiming Terry is the boy's father.
Terry fills in at an antique shop when the owner is hospitalized after a beating from thugs demanding protection money.
Terry and Arthur find themselves involved in a restaurant rivalry after rescuing a young man being beaten by thugs.
Terry suspects trouble from a female singer of questionable talent, but infatuated Arthur takes her under his wing.
Terry investigates when thugs vandalize several taxis and brutalize drivers of Candy Cabs.
Arthur and Terry help a professional gambler barred from area casinos recover stolen winnings.
Terry gets more, and less, than he bargained for, trying to recover a widow's savings from men who conned her.
Terry's three-day chauffeur/bodyguard job for an Arab banker turns out to be less restful than he hoped.
Scotch Harry shows Arthur and Terry a suitcase full of hundred dollar bills he stole from a man at the airport.
Terry's life is complicated by the task of minding Albert Stubbs, an ex-convict just released from prison.