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Magnum is hired by Diane Dupres, who was kidnapped as a child with her twin sister and who now believes that someone is trying to kill her. Meanwhile, Higgins finds himself with two women believing they're to be married to him.
It's double trouble for Magnum when he finds himself falling for sexy Diane Dupres, only to discover that her seductive twin sister, Deidre, claims that Diane is a paranoid hysteric with a history of attempted murder. Unsure of who to trust, Magnum must find out which of the sisters is telling the truth as he encounters one bizarre twist after another about Diane and Diedre's true identities.
Diane's suicide triggers memories of others that Magnum has loved who have been killed, sending him into a spiral of depression. Magnum's sanity comes into question when he thinks he has seen his old friend Lt. MacReynolds walking down the street. But "Mac" is dead, so who did he see?
Higgins persuades Magnum to help Garwood Huddle, a member of a notorious group of 1940s bank robbers, who's escaped from prison to rescue his kidnapped grandson.
T.C. finds himself in troubled waters when he agrees to make some curious inter-island deliveries, but before he can make the drop-off, his helicopter plunges into the sea.
A psychic hires Magnum to save her from the future she's seen for herself - being murdered! Meanwhile, Magnum also finds danger in trying to get paid by a client, and Higgins organizes a benefit variety show.
Magnum wrestles with his conscience when he discovers evidence proving both that a man on trial for murdering his wife is innocent, but that he's also gotten away with a different murder. Meanwhile, Higgins, tired of Magnum's slackness around the Estate, takes use of the Ferrari away from him.
At the urging of the students in the private investigation class that Magnum is teaching at a local college, he takes on the investigation into the disappearance of a student's fiancee as the class' field work.
Magnum finds himself surprisingly attached to his young client, a small Vietnamese boy who lost his mother and whose only hope in the world is to find his missing G.I. father.
Robin and Higgins simultaneously ask Magnum to do some investigative work, so Thomas calls on St. Louis-based gumshoe Luther H. Gillis to nail the man who's blackmailing Higgins, while Thomas goes undercover to investigate embezzlement in a bank owned by Robin's friend.
Betty Windom, a writer friend of Robin's stays at the Estate and soon involves herself in Magnum's insurance investigation of a hit-and-run, leading to her incorporation of Magnum and the case into her story.
Hoping to make up for crashing the Estate's security system, Magnum has Mac fix it and challenges Ms. Krista Villaroch, a beautiful insurance security specialist, to certify it's acceptable for the Estate to host a jewelry competititon.
After Agatha and her friends are swindled out of $10,000 by a shady investment company, she hires Magnum to track down the crooks and retrieve their money. Meanwhile, Higgins's distant cousin arrives from England to marry the heir of a local socialite and turns out to be a punk rocker in need of a drastic makeover before she can be accepted into society.
Appearances can be deceiving when Magnum tries to convince Carol that she's not seeing signs pointing to the next case as being her last, and Higgins finds himself in a rough spot when his former Sandhurst comrades believe he's the owner of Robin's estate!
Tyler McKinney, an old commando acquaintance, asks Magnum, Rick, and T.C. to help him rescue a buddy who is held prisoner after being captured in Chong Ker, Cambodia by Vietnamese soldiers.
Magnum, Tyler and Higgins are held prisoner by the Vietnamese major that has a reign of terror over Chong Ker. As Rick recovers from his wounds, T.C. works with a local he's befriended trying to repair an old helicopter for their escape, but it becomes apparent that Tyler has been deceitful about the true nature of the mission.
Jim "Mac" Bonnick is back, and he takes Rick for a ride by "selling" him a luxury boat and three beautiful geishas. But some angry yakuza businessmen and the boat's actual owners aren't exactly pleased with the deal.
Magnum is hired by country musician Lacy Fletcher to unearth five songs written over 25 years ago by legendary country singer George Lee Jessup shortly before his death, and it seems that Lacy is not the only person searching for the songs.
A reluctant Magnum is hired by Ms. Jones, the "Hall of Records" clerk who often aggravates him with excessive red tape, to help her find her husband, Ray, an expert computer programmer who has disappeared after completing work on a valuable new artificial intelligence formula.
A famous, internationally-known French detective - the real-life model for a series of best-selling novels by Robin Masters - who is staying at the Estate, asks Magnum's help in locating a missing heir he's trying to track down.
When Magnum picks up a rabbi friend of Higgins' at the airport they're ambushed, a valuable Torah is stolen, and the investigation of the theft leads Magnum to a gang of smugglers.
Magnum's behind bars when he goes undercover as a convict in order to seek clues about the disappearance of Carol's 17-year-old cousin.