Accepted by the LAPD, Enos uses his hometown methods to help break up a prostitution-blackmail case the Department is working on.
Uncle Jesse (of Hazzard County) comes to visit Enos to see how he is liking his new job.
When a noted mobster is killed, and there's no corpse, Enos solves the case with his homespun knowledge.
During a police protest known as the ""blue flu"" when no one but Enos is on duty, an ex-convict seeks revenge on the judge who sentenced him.
Enos and Turk meet a silent film star in a hunt for teenage muggers that leads them to a high class burglary ring.
When Enos asks for a Coke at the local bowling alley, he and Turk get involved in a cocaine smuggling ring.
When robbers posing as policemen make trouble for Lt. Broggi, Enos and Turk help him out.
Daisy Duke arrives in Los Angeles to drive in the Baja Auto Race as Enos and Turk rush to save her from involvement with diamond smugglers.
When Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane comes to the big city, he finds more excitement than he expected.
Enos needs $5,000 a bank robber claims Enos pocketed when he arrested the robber.
Counterfeiters take Lt. Broggi prisoner, and Enos and Turk use creative police methods to free him.
A bank robber of many disguises keep Enos and Turk on the run.
Enos is busy with a series of fur robberies while playing Big Brother to Hobie, a young African-American boy.
Enos volunteers himself and Turk for boat duty when a rash of burglaries sweeps the Marina. Turk is seeing a police psychologist because of Enos' wild driving.
When moonshine shows up in the big city, Enos tracks down the perpetrators with the help of a young female singer he knew in Hazzard.
Enos and Turk have the misfortune to give citations to the Deputy Chief's wife, but their luck changes when they locate and close down an illegal gambling casino.
Bullets and heroin don't mix, but it takes Enos and Turk a while before they decipher what's happening.
An ancient Egyptian ruby is stolen from a museum and Enos employs some ancient country skills to get it back.