01 – C.A.R.R. Trouble aka Feelin' Dirty
Stroker and Hoop investigate the seedy underbelly of marching bands while C.A.R.R. gets addicted to hot soap getting smeared upon its chassis.
02 – The Five Diamonds aka A Hard Act to Follow
A child's disappearance during a David Copperfield trick leads Stroker and Hoop to the Five Diamonds, a supergroup that corrals the weakest parts of the Beastie Boys, Saved by the Bell, and Young Guns.
03 – Tinfoiled Again aka Star Crossed Livers
A strange case from a tinfoil-hatted crackpot leads Stroker and Hoop down the rabbit hole to . . . Ron Howard. Have the detectives stumbled upon a rational explanation for the director's inexplicable success?
04 – The Rube Job aka Revenge is a Dish Best Served Fried
Stroker and Hoop are on the lam after shooting a Columbian drug lord. While hiding out in Mississippi, they must face a serial killer and a bevy of southern stereotypes.
05 – XXX Wife aka Stroke Her and Boob
Stroker and Hoop become entangled in the porn industry when a jealous producer hires the duo to snoop on his wife. Hoop snoops a little too closely—too, too closely.
06 – Ninja Worrier aka Chopping Spree
A ninja attack leaves Stroker and Hoop with mixed feelings regarding deadly force. Stroker turns to faking his death while Hoop turns to melodic metal masters, Night Ranger.
07 – Quiller Instinct
Stroker investigates a thieving infomercial shyster while Hoops gets pricked by a radioactive porcupine, granting him inconsistent and moderately useful powers.
08 – Hip Hop Hooray aka Gangsta Sap
A rapper's street cred is on the line when his home movies go missing. Stroker and Hoop must bust a move – while getting their swerve on – to solve the case.
09 – Just Voodoo It
In an episode ripped from the headlines, teddy bears from New Hampshire are causing people to die. The trail leads Stroker and Hoops to Haiti where they ponder whether zombies ever relieve themselves.
10 – I Saw Stroker Killing Santa aka A Cold, Dead, White Christmas
This Christmas, Santa Claus might not be coming to town due to poison. Stroker and Hoops must zap through time in order to save St. Nick and prevent Christmas from becoming a meaningless day.
11 – The Wrath of Khan'Ja aka U.F.O. Baby
Stroker helps a crash-landed alien recuperate with the one-two punch of painkillers and Alf while Hoop barks declarative sentences and profanities onstage for a David Mamet play.
12 – How to Get Dead in Advertising
Hoop's mom, Rose, takes the fall for murder. Stroker and Hoop must go undercover while Rose ponders whether picking up the soap in the shower is solely a male prison concern.
13 – Putting the 'Ass' in Assassin aka Three Cheats to the Wind
When a madman tucks a bomb inside a fanny pack, Stroker and Hoop must reminisce through previous episodes to foil his plan. Was this season memorable enough to save their skins?