Julie identifies a member of the Red Circle terrorist group arriving in Hawaii to attempt the assassination of diplomat Eric Nillson. The Angels and Lt. Torres soon become convinced the assassin was not working alone, and go undercover at the Club Aloha resort to find the killer’s cohort. Bosley and Julie pose as a reporter and photographer, Kris works at the bar and Kelly assists Torres at the station.
While Bosley is romancing the interior decorator of Charlie’s brand new yacht, criminals plan on using the “Wayward Angel” to transport a load of gold bouillon out of the country. As the Angels investigate, the gold’s previous owner is also on the smugglers trail.
When a wealthy winegrower disappears, the three private investigators go undercover at the vineyard to track down the whereabouts of the body. If the body doesn’t turn up in a certain amount of time, the inheritance will be presented to the man’s second wife, Rachel, instead of his long-lost daughter, Janet.
Dana Cameron, a fashion model who bears an uncanny resemblance to Kelly, falls victim to the so called ‘Rag-doll Strangler’. Kelly and Jill join the St. Clair Model Agency and Sabrina cons herself into a job as a photo stylist. Each time they think they suspect someone of being the killer, the strangler strikes again, leaving the suspect with an alibi (usually one of the Angels themselves).
The Angels are hired by a young woman to find out what happened to her sister who was an inmate at a women’s prison. They decide to go undercover at the prison to find out what happened to her and they eventually find out that the local sheriff who runs the prison has been forcing the inmates into prostitution.
A series of attempts on the Angels’ lives lead them to seek refuge in Charles Townsend’s palatial home (where Bosley has already removed any evidence of Charlie’s appearance). However, the three girls discover just in time to save their boss’s life that he is the true target – allowing Charlie to once again slip away into obscurity.
The Angels investigate the death of a young reporter named Brooke Anderson, who had written a manuscript containing evidence of a major scandal going on at the Moonshadow resort. Jill poses as a tennis instructor, Kelly a fashion photographer and Sabrina as a fashion designer. Bosley is supposed to be her model, only his wife packed the wrong kind of shoes to go with his tux.
A young autistic boy named Skip that Kelly has been acting as a volunteer big sister to finds a gun and accidentally shoots her with it. He then panics and runs away. Sabrina and Jill try to find the boy, who is collecting various items that he thinks will awaken Kelly. Also on the boy’s trail are a pair of killers who think that Skip might have witnessed their crime.
On a cruise ship, one of the passengers recognizes another passenger as a man who killed his wife, but originally disappeared. Later the passenger is found dead. The owner then calls Charlie. They believe that someone is smuggling fugitives out of the country on the ship. And they suspect one man, Sanchez of being involved. But they know that there others so to find out who they are they need to provide them with another fugitive. So Sabrina poses [...]
Two Centerfolds from Tony Mann’s Feline Club have been killed, so the Angels are called in to investigate. Jill draws the short straw (or pencil to be more precise) and gets to be a Feline cocktail waitress. Kelly joins the club as a singer (although she does in fact lip-sync) while Sabrina poses as Mann’s latest flame (even though he usually only dates women under twenty).
After incurring pressure from her insurance agency, wealthy widow Grace Rodeheaver hires the Angels to investigate her case of jewelry missing, and upon discovering that she consults with a medium to handle her affairs, Kelly unwittingly offers damning information.