An extensive car-theft operation is run by a powerful Los Angeles businessman. Nick, wanting to penetrate the ring, gets Mackey to make the necessary contacts.
Mackey's efforts to improve Nick's social life lead them to a fashion designer they believe is feeling the heat from a mob arsonist.
While investigating the robbery of Alice's mother's house, Nick and Mackey become suspicious of the owners of a video-dating service.
A gang-related incident leaves Nick wounded and determined to do an in-depth story on gang violence.
The mysterious death of a retired policeman has Nick and Mackey scratching for clues at a crooked flea market.
Nick sets out to prove the innocence of his former mentor, who is suspected of dealing in drugs.
Nick joins a gang of bikers to uncover the source of the gang's growing cache of weapons.
Nick suspects an ambulance company and a hospital of foul play when a friend's father dies en route - having bypassed a much closer facility.
Mackey poses as an aspiring musician to infiltrate a record company that Nick believes is counterfeiting albums.
Nick's investigation of a crooked construction company takes a dangerous turn when he's set up for a murder rap.
Nick investigates the bombing death of his former mentor, who was about to publish a story about political corruption.
Nick and Mackey pose as safecrackers to help one of Mackey’s ex-con friends (Robert Alan Browne) find his kidnapped daughter.
A pro-basketball player who's shaved points spells trouble for anyone who gets in his way.