Arriving at his new debt-ridden estate, Remington learns his father's identity; guest Efrem Zimbalist Jr.
Unpleasant financial surprises mark Remington and Laura's visit to their newly inherited Irish castle.
Dogged by Roselli, Remington and Laura fly to London in pursuit of a stolen painting.
Steele and Laura return and find a woman from Remington's past as well as persistent agent Roselli.
In Mexico Remington must clear himself of Keyes' murder while Laura puzzles out Tony Roselli.
Keyes follows pretended newlyweds Laura and Remington in Mexico, where Laura meets an archaeologist (Jack Scalia).
Remington's desire to quickly wed a call girl (Nancy Everhard) distracts Laura from her murder investigation.
A dying man frames himself for murder so his wife can claim the reward, then escapes when prison doctors pronounce him cured.
Laura and Remington must let loved ones mourn their reported deaths until they find out who planned their shotgun execution.
Kidnappers abduct misnumbered triathlon-entrant Laura, realize they have the wrong athlete and hastily dump her on the roadside.
Household servants hire Laura and Remington to uncover the deep, dark secrets of their employers, the wealthy Wellington clan.
The spotlight is on Laura after a TV-magazine show hires the agency to find an actress (Rose Marie) who vanished in the 1950s.
Laura and Remington must confront their true feelings while investigating a series of accidents at a California sensitivity spa.
A retired Air Force general's (Andrew Duggan) daughter (Susan Strasberg) hires the agency when the man begins acting strangely.
The killer who held Laura, Remington and guests hostage returns to scare the memory out of anyone who can testify against him.
Dutiful, but doubtful, Laura investigates when her neurotic sister (Maryedith Burrell) calls to report a corpse in the kitchen.
A wealthy caviar importer's bungling son (Louie Anderson) asks Laura and Remington to help him out of a scrape with the Soviets.
George Mulch (Michael Constantine) puts the detectives in mortal danger by hiring a bogus Steele and selling agency franchises.
Mildred takes a job as a radio station's on-air therapist to help Laura and Remington probe the murder of a traffic reporter.
Santa-garbed kidnappers demand a $2 million ransom for the agency staffers and Christmas-party guests; guest Jennifer Tilly.
Laura and Remington travel incognito to find the killer who left a corpse among Platinum Airlines' baggage.
Remington turns to a former colleague for help when one of their clients is mistakenly pronounced dead by a local mortuary.
Laura and Remington head to Iowa after learning that Mildred has invested in now-missing purebred pigs.
Following a two-day memory lapse, Remington learns he apparently lost the agency in an all-night poker game; guest Ron Masak.
Laura and Remington sift through several suspects who would like a pro wrestler to retire permanently from the ring.
The shady photographer who put Laura's face on the body of a nude hires the agency to protect him from another unwitting model.
Remington agrees to help Chalmers and Felicia in a jewel theft, unaware the intended victim may be his own father.
Laura races to London to save Remington from being arrested by Scotland Yard for murder; guest Cassandra Harris.
Remington faces losing his partner and the agency license while Laura is in Mexico checking a handsome politician's background.
Remington lures Laura to San Francisco by hiring an actress to pose as a wife with a wandering husband; guest Teresa Ganzel.
A trio hires Remington and Laura to find the co-creator and the prototype of a no-cal chocolate-chip cookie; guest Geena Davis.
A comic-strip inker hires Laura and Remington when he realizes his near-fatal mishaps mirror those of a detective-strip hero.
An importer's death and a kleptomaniac's disappearance lead Laura and Remington to suspect the antiques dealer who hired them.
A suspected jewel thief leads Laura and Remington to Las Vegas, where they lose both their employer's money and the stolen gems.
Mildred's nephew (Albert Macklin) helps a call girl (Nancy Everhard) move a slain executive's body into Remington's apartment.
A Texas tycoon joins in Laura and Remington's search for the shady talent agents who want to prevent a singer's rise to stardom.
A woman suspects fraud when she learns of her husband's substantial investment in an inventor's (Michael Constantine) new doll.
Laura risks arrest to vindicate the actor (Conrad Janis) who played her hero, Atomic Man, charged with murder.
Remington and Laura sink their teeth into the disappearance of a threatened restaurant critic.
After a member's sudden death, a mystery writers organization hires the pair to find an embezzled $1 million.
Singing-telegram messengers move in with Laura for protection after mistakenly delivering a message during a murder in progress.
Dorothy Lamour, Virginia Mayo and Lloyd Nolan ask the agency to find the culprit behind several attacks disguised as accidents.
An eccentric millionaire leads Laura and Remington to Malta where they compete against each other to find a kidnapped writer.
Remington sees himself in a teenage pickpocket (Meeno Peluce) who stole photographs needed to prosecute a loan shark.
In Ireland Laura helps Remington elude killers after an injury leaves him unable to recall who he is or why he came overseas.
Daniel Chalmers (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.) convinces protege Remington to pose as the long-lost heir to an English duke's estate.
The owner of a camp where amateurs pay to play baseball with pros hires the agency to prevent a murder; guest Mickey Mantle.
Laura and Remington search Malta to find the body of a murdered thief who sought a broken cross coveted by unknown assailants.
Laura's life is threatened when she finds evidence of a corporate embezzlement plot hidden in her apartment.
In Cannes a larcenous French beauty and jewel thieves thwart Laura's plans for a tryst with Remington.
A scared singer asks for help when she is harassed by fake sleuths including Sherlock Holmes and Mr. Moto.
Searching for a missing dog, Mildred ends up the hostage of one (J.D. Cannon) of a pair of archenemies; guest Tom Baker.
A woman (Cassandra Harris) from Remington's past jeopardizes his life and the agency's assignment to protect an art collection.
After jewels entrusted to them are replaced by fakes, Laura and Remington risk all to recover the real gems.
Remington and Laura search for the blackmailer who used a socialite's (Pippa Scott) name in a sex-magazine ad.
Tracking a missing person, Laura and Remington find a town with a 7-year-old murder secret.
Minutes tick away as Remington and Laura dodge death traps set by Maj. Descoine (Guy Boyd) and his daughter (Quinn Cummings).
Laura follows her brother-in-law to a dental convention where more than oral hygiene takes place.
A mobster testifying for the government grabs Mildred, forcing Remington and Laura to guard his children on a drive to Phoenix.
Laura and Remington pose as trapeze-artist and fire-eater to investigate an old murder; guest A Martinez.
After being chosen as one of a magazine's five most eligible men, Steele feels threatened when two fellow honorees are slain.
Laura poses as a model and Remington as a seedy wholesale buyer as part of their investigation of fashion-industry espionage.
A dying tycoon engages Remington and Laura to find his adopted daughter's (Ann Dusenberry) twin sister; guest Joanna Barnes.
Laura and Remington's complex case involves a body, a boxer, an abandoned baby and an underworld boss.
A parrot's death on the set prompts feuding TV-commercial co-stars to suspect each other of attempted murder; guest Bibi Besch.
The history of a vintage automobile contains clues to the identity of a murderer and the whereabouts of jewels worth millions.
Laura and Remington engage in competitive larceny when a journalist vanishes while researching an international art-theft ring.
A phone call lures Steele into the night, where his accidental car collision with a pedestrian is made to look like a murder.
Laura and Remington discover a frightened amnesiac has five identities, including one targeted for murder; guest Delta Burke.
After a widow seeking control of her late spouse's business hires Laura and Remington, corporate saboteurs blow up Laura's home.
IRS agent Mildred pursues Laura and Remington through Mexico as they investigate the mystery behind the diamonds.
Laura finds a murdered Mexican and a diamond-stuffed tuna on her doorstep; an IRS investigator makes inquiries.
The disappearance of $2.3 million from a federal reserve bank leads Remington and Laura into the world of punk rock.
Visits by Remington's mentor (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.) and Laura's mother (Beverly Garland) cause complications.
The theft of a gold prospector's notebook at a costume party leads to a frantic, murderous treasure hunt; guest William Russ.
Laura's ex-beau asks her help after a corpse is found floating in a winery vat.
A TV station hires Laura and Remington to discover who is threatening a "happy-talk" news anchor; guest Richard Moll.
An artist's apparent death yields suspects, but Remington and Laura can locate neither body nor paintings.
Remington and Laura investigate at Murphy's college homecoming after an alumnus is murdered; guest Annie Potts.
Hired by separate clients, Remington and Laura try to outdo each other in a search for a 60-carat jewel.
Remington and Laura pose as an unhappily married couple to discover who is trying to kill a divorce lawyer.
As physician and patient, Laura and Remington infiltrate a hospital to find missing morphine and a doctor.
Remington agrees to head a charity, but the philanthropists want him only because of a confidential report.
An aging B-movie queen's (Bibi Osterwald) fear for her life inspires Remington's sympathy and Laura's skepticism.
A prospective client's suicide causes Laura and Remington to spend an unromantic weekend on a remote island.
The host of a detectives reunion is murdered, and the sleuths elect Remington to conduct an investigation.
Remington uncovers evidence of an Oriental-underworld execution while observing Laura on a routine auto-accident case.
A terrified husband's fall from a balcony after reading his wife's latest manuscript baffles Laura and Remington.
Remington suspects an attorney is more interested in Laura than clearing his ex-convict client of theft.
Laura and Remington are offered a large sum to provide security for a cursed museum painting.
A desperate CIA agent (Thom Bray) asks Laura and Remington for help when it appears his colleagues have marked him for murder.
The president (Peter Scolari) of a video-game company hires the Steele Agency to find his partner who absconded with $5 million.
A $10 million lawsuit threatens to destroy the agency after the failure of an oil millionaire's "foolproof" burglar alarm.
A suave mystery man enters private-detective Laura Holt's life when he goes after $2 million in gems she is assigned to protect.