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.
Mildred's nephew (Albert Macklin) helps a call girl (Nancy Everhard) move a slain executive's body into Remington's apartment.
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.
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.
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.
Corporate embezzlers seek evidence of their crime hidden in Laura's new loft; guest Ron O'Neal.
As Laura and Remington continue to fight crime, and their growing attraction to each other, Laura catches tantalizing glimpses into her partner's mysterious and very private past.
Private investigator Laura Holt has a problem: no one appears interested in hiring a female private eye. Her solution? She invents a boss named Remington Steele, changes her agency name to Remington Steele Detective Agency and suddenly she has more cases than she can handle.
A private detective creates a fictitious male supervisor to serve as the face of her detective agency