When a young music teacher gets beaten up by a local pimp, Kelly and Tiff join his stable as undercover streetwalkers to investigate.
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.
The Kingsbrook Realty Company, which has been linked to several robberies is the subject of the girls’ latest case. Kris joins the all female agency, while Tiffany pretends to be selling a house (as well as being the owner of several valuable letters written by America’s founding fathers). Bosley poses as a potential buyer.
After an attempt is made on the Angels’ lives, Charlie hires a rival detective agency run by his old friend, Antonia Blake, to keep an eye on his employees. Blake, who likes to be called ‘Toni’, assigns her three boys to the case. They are: former U.S. Olympic champion Bob Sorenson, master of disguise Matt Parrish and champion rodeo rider, roper and tracker Cotton Harper. The Angels, feeling they can solve the case themselves, try to ditch the men [...]
The Townsend Agency is hired by three people who have been separately conned by Harley Dexter. In order to get they money back, the Angels counterattack with three cons of their own: one involving Mayan art, another centered around a Rolls-Royce and the third concerning bribe money.
Kelly is contacted by an attorney who tells her she may be the long lost daughter of millionaire Oliver Barrows. When Barrows sees the resemblance between Kelly and his late wife, he is convinced she is his daughter, Margaret Ellen, but Kelly remains skeptical and asks Charlie and the other Angels to look into it.