The beloved owner of the apartment building is killed by a burglar and Hooperman inherits both the building and her dog, Bijoux.
Bijoux is on trial. Hooperman claims Bijoux is a 'police sniffer' and has 24 hours to prove it.
Things start warming up between Hooperman and his fix-it person and DeMott is again a victim of cupid's arrow.
A witness in the Federal Witness Protection Program rapes a woman and Hooperman is ordered to look the other way.
A psychic tenant helps identify an unidentified body found at the docks. Also, a 'nephew' claims he is entitled to the apartment.
Hooperman can't bring himself to shoot an escaping robbery suspect.
Hooperman gets all wired up to go undercover.
Hooperman is assigned to baby-sit an Arab sheik's spoiled daughter while DeMott and Silardi pose as a couple to catch a baby broker who steals children.
Hooperman befriends an inmate with AIDS.
Hooperman and Stern dismiss a lonely old man's claim that he can identify a masked murderer- until he calls a press conference.
The precinct is in the holiday spirit and holds an open house for a colorful array of petty criminals.
Hooperman is after the thief who's robbing stiffs from a cemetery, and Susan's dead sure that her new novel will make a killing.
Hooperman's informant is petrified of tattling on thugs and needs police protection.
Hooperman buys a vintage sports car from a convicted drug dealer and Susan is writing an article about women involved with cops.
While working undercover as a fence, Hopperman discovers that a convict who threatened to kill him has just escaped from prison.
Love draws Stern to a precinct shrink, Susan to a muscle-bound airhead, and Hooperman to a recently divorced ex-girlfriend.
Hooperman befriends an illiterate boxer who wants to be a cop and McNeil gets a bad case of the jitters right before he's to appear on a game show.
Hooperman enlists the aid of an eccentric pilot when a child-abuse case calls for some airbourne assistance.
Hoopperman learns he's the father of Susan's unborn child.
Stakeout experts Hooperman and Pritzger spend days ogling a robbery suspect's girlfriend who does aerobics in the buff, until she calls for help and pulls a gun on them.
Out to nail an elusive drug dealer, Hooperman sides with a pint-size private eye who makes short shrift of his clients and the police department.
It's showdown time when Silardi's homophobic twin brother and Susan's Hooperphobic mother both show up in time to celebrate Hooperman's birthday.