A kung-fu instructor (Mimi Kuzyk) whose grandfather is an old enemy of the Ancient possesses a bracelet and key that Chinatown gangsters want. Lwai Lee: Ping Cheung. Older Lwai Lee: David Chant. Ting Yung: Alexander Pak. Tommy Wong: Phoenix Ly. Dekker: Greg Kramer.
Bank robbers take more than 20 hostages. Too bad for the robbers that one of the hostages is Caine. Durham: David Hemmings. Brandt: Steven Macht. Simms: Kate Trotter. Megan: Julia Stewart. Alicia: Deborah Drakeford.
Caine runs for City Council to stop a developer from evicting tenants. Meanwhile, Peter takes the lieutenant's test: a passing grade would mean a transfer. Lennox: Robert Benson. Linda Abernathy: Camilla Scott. Delino: Tom Melissis. Cheryl: Calista Carradine. Sandra Mason: Catherine Blythe. Caine: David Carradine. Peter: Chris Potter.
An assistant DA is murdered and the evidence points to her boyfriend---Peter (Chris Potter). Shelton: David McIlwraith. Garrison: Patrick Wayne. Rhines: Charles Grant. Axel McKay: Robert Starr. Nicky Elder: David Hewlett. Stacey: Ann Lochart Taylor. Rebecca Calvert: Laurie Paton. Caine: David Carradine.
An archaeologist (Tom McCamus) who has deciphered a parchment is marked for death by practitioners of a martial art that is a "mirror image" of kung fu. Maria: Nadine Van Der Velde. Yee: Rogue Johnston. Yet: David Campbell. Patricia Houston: Sherry Miller. Cheryl: Calista Carradine. Caine: David Carradine. Peter: Chris Potter. Ancient: Kim Chan. Strenlich: William Dunlop.
Serving on a jury, Caine stands alone in believing a Vietnam vet is innocent of murder. Blackwell: Victor Garber. Nickie: David Hewlett. Duncan: Michael Hogan. Morrison: Richard Comar. Caine: David Carradine. Peter: Chris Potter.
A Chinese warlord (Al Leong) who's desperate to save his dying father demands that Caine use his skills to cure the man. Lai: Denis Akiyama. Xiao Chi: Lawrence Nakamura. Molly: Norma Dell'Agnese. Strenlich: William Dunlop. Caine: David Carradine.
The Ancient fears the spirit of an evil Chinese warrior "will devour a succession of human lives" unless Caine can exorcise it from its latest victim (Geraint Wyn Davies). Desjardin: Bernard Behrens. Petrovitch: Damir Andrei. Helen: Lorraine Landry.
Caine enters what he calls "a twilight world between life and death," seeking to help a critically injured Peter. Riki: Daniel Kash. Dr. Hammel: Janet Lo. Dr. Sabourin: Laura Press. Bernie: James Kidnie. Caine: David Carradine. Peter: Chris Potter.
Caine enters a martial-arts tournament sponsored by an industrialist (Mako) who stole his true love 30 years before---and who still harbors a grudge. Serena: Patricia Collins. Chan: Mark W. Conklin. Maya: Holly Gagnier.
Trying to assist lost campers, Caine and Peter stumble onto a shelter where a fugitive (Laurence Dane) and his sons are hiding. Wayne: Page Fletcher. Melanie: Deborah Duchene. Danny: Christopher Kennedy. Gary: Greg Spottiswood.
Peter enters a martial-arts tournament to gather evidence on the organizer (Bo Svenson), a suspected kidnapper whom Caine critically injured years earlier. Jody: Belinda Metz. Parks: Alex Carter. Ralston: Geoffrey Bowes. Connie: Christine Reeves.
A visit to their old temple leads Caine and Peter to a confrontation with vigilantes who destroyed the building 15 years earlier. Ping Hi: Kim Chan. Rachel: Kerrie Keane. Cavanaugh: Kenneth Welsh. Lowry: Christopher Redman. Felson: Colin Fox.
Peter enlists a girl (Heather Brown) with psychic abilities---and a "spiritual connection" to Caine---to help him snare a cop killer. Reston: James Purcell. Skalany: Victoria Snow. Blaisdell: Robert Lansing. Strenlich: William Dunlop. Caine: David Carradine.
The Ancient is besieged by charities, con artists and thugs after winning $38 million; Peter seeks evidence against a crooked cop (Joel Wyner). Jody: Belinda Metz. McElroy: Chuck Shamata. Wong: Von Flores. Donny: Michael Rhoades. Peter: Chris Potter.
Reasoning that "to truly know a man you must see him at his labor," Caine joins Peter on his beat. Regis Philbin has a cameo. Skalany: Victoria Snow. Broderick: John Bourgeois. Strenlich: William Dunlop. Peter: Chris Potter. Caine: David Carradine.
Peter tries to free a high-school teacher and a busload of students being held hostage by a disturbed man (Craig Wasson). Capt. Stiles: Richard Anderson. Colleen: Larissa Lapchinski. William Shatner directed.
Caine's new student (played by Peter "Sugarfoot" Cunningham) becomes involved in a fight ring that operates outside the law. Marie: Glenn Plummer. Andy: Gene Mack. Sweet: Paul Boretski. Laura: Stephanie Morgenstern. Peter: Chris Potter. Caine: David Carradine.
Crime lord Tan (Ernest Abuba) returns to Chinatown and challenges Caine (David Carradine) to a showdown. Chan: Mark W. Conklin. Wong: Von Flores. The Ancient: Kim Chan. Young Peter: Nathaniel Moreau. Strenlich: William Dunlop. Peter: Chris Potter.
Caine and Peter go undercover to investigate the murders of several participants in a high-stakes Chinese dice game. Jennifer: Betsy Soo. Mr. Wu: Fred Lee. Valdosta Sam: Robert Wisden. Dirk: Shawn Lawrence. Caine: David Carradine. Peter: Chris Potter.
Caine comes to the aid of a woman abused by her husband---Peter's new partner (Kim Coates). Emily Stramm: Kate Trotter. Billy: Jason McSkimming. Capt. Blaisdell: Robert Lansing. Peter: Chris Potter. Caine: David Carradine.
Assailants inject Caine with a serum that poisons his chi. "He will be dead by morning," the Ancient warns---unless his chi and his spirit are "relinked." Wiseman: Pedro Salvin. Larissa: Tara Slone. Jordan: Kristin Lehman. Skalany: Victoria Snow. Candy: Sarah Weatherwax.
The Dalai Lama (James Hong) arrives in Chinatown, and a killer is out to get him. Taige: Robert Carradine. Dennis: Arthur Eng. Claire: Joanne Vannicola. Demeter: Richard Comar. Nickie: David Hewlett. Caine: David Carradine. Peter: Chris Potter.
Conclusion. As Sin-Ling (Ernie Reyes Jr.) prepares to ascend the throne, Caine and Peter battle assassins---and confront some familiar faces. Chow: Simon Sinn. Hank: Jack Jessop. Cheryl: Calista Carradine. The Ancient: Kim Chan.
Sing Wah members steal a Shaolin treasure and sell it to a publishing house, which uses it for a promotional treasure hunt. Then Sing Wah decides it wants it back. Mickey Rooney guests as a treasure hunter. Sandra: Tammy Isbell. Sutcliffe: Don Allison. Jody: Belinda Matz.
When Caine is kidnapped---along with the Dalai Lama---two old mercenaries (Patrick Macnee and Robert Vaughn) who have proved helpful in the past suddenly turn up. Katia: Sophie Crawford. Sterling: Ian Ogilvy. Chan: Mark W. Conklin. Dalai Lama: James Hong. Caine: David Carradine. Peter: Chris Potter.