Conclusion. Bo must escape from Col. Barker and Lt. Wilson in order to save Abe, who is planning to wed the alien Shneka (Lisa Melilli). Shpilka: Sharon Lee Jones. Henry: Milton Demel. Monica Bates: Tawny Kitaen. Col. Barker: Allan Royal. Bo: Dean Cameron.
Bo and Abe retreat from the city and rent a cabin in the woods, only to encounter aliens who want to breed with humans. Part 1 of two. Ranger Binkly: Tim Dunigan. Shneka: Lisa Melilli. Shpilka: Sharon Lee Jones. Betty: Terri Ivens. Bo: Dean Cameron. Abe: Stuart Fratkin.
Bo and Abe open a detective agency and their first case involves a jewelry heist at the home of a wealthy couple (Matthew Faison, Cathy McAuley). Capt. Potter: George Woods. Jarvis: Ace Mask. Mrs. Rutherford: Kim Morgan Greene. Bo: Dean Cameron.
After Bo and Abe are mistaken for diet experts, they help a doctor expose the phonies who plagiarized her research. Dr. Felicia Ramsey: Karen Lynn Scott. Janine Gregory: Brenda Thomson. Dr. Hinten: Louan Gideon. Dr. Petzel: Jenilee Harrison. Bo: Dean Cameron.
Bo and Abe take jobs at a beauty salon, where Bo unwittingly becomes a celebrity stylist---which puts a crimp in the owners' embezzlement plot. Val: Henry Polic II. Tab: Rick Lieberman. Fana Forrest: Robin Greer. Rene: Halle Berry. Bo: Dean Cameron.
Bo and Abe save a celebrity canine called Oscar from his ruthless owner (Patrick Wayne), who's out to hasten Oscar's demise and collect millions in insurance money. Mr. Cassidy: Anthony Russell. Bo: Dean Cameron. Abe: Stuart Fratkin.
Bo and Abe work as waiters at an exclusive country club while trying to find buried treasure in the club's cellar. Jeffrey: Jordan Brady. Elizabeth Baldwin: Karen Person. Mr. Smythe: Ron Ulstad. Mr. Renick: Franklin Cover. Bo: Dean Cameron. Abe: Stuart Fratkin.
Bo and Abe take over a failing TV station, raising ratings---and a ruckus with the competition. Dino Manze: Joe Marinelli. Tina: Susan Singer. Mimi: Catherine Carlen. Mr. Rabkin: Barry Pearl. Bo: Dean Cameron. Abe: Stuart Fratkin.
The boys' consuming passions land them in the state mental hospital, where a nurse (Pamela Brull) administers truth serum to Bo. Art Deco: Charlie Brill. Barker: Allan Royal. Wilson: Christopher Carroll. Bo: Dean Cameron. Abe: Stuart Fratkin. Carol: Ruth Buzzi.
It's not all fun and games when the boys get jobs as creative consultants to a toy company. Bo: Dean Cameron. Abe: Stuart Fratkin. Rod Smeckles: Ron Masak. Hodge Blakely: Jonathan Schmock. Doreen: Cathy McAuley. Tammy-Lynne: Kathy Hartsell.
When Abe thinks he's a famous rock star, Bo takes him to a psychiatrist (Marvin Kaplan), who offers no hope for a cure but bets that Abe might enjoy a trip to Las Vegas. Abe: Stuart Fratkin. Telly Martin: Jack Carter. Bo: Dean Cameron. Casino Manager: Robert Gentili.
Bo and Abe help a hapless wrestler win the heart of his girlfriend and a match against a fearsome opponent known as The Executioner. Mr. Geek: Don Gibb. Wreck Riley: Tony Longo. Bo: Dean Cameron. Abe: Stuart Fratkin. Athena: Rosa Nevin.
It's like a bad dream when the boys get caught in the crossfire between a New Mexico rancher (Ivan Naranjo) and the banker who aims to repossess his ranch. Berkhardt: Steve Welles. Bo: Dean Cameron. Abe: Stuart Fratkin. Barker: Allan Royal. Dad: Victor Brandt.
Bo and Abe (Dean Cameron, Stuart Fratkin) get tied up with a sexy biker (Kari Whitman) who plans to turn them over to Barker and Wilson for money. Quincy Sullivan: Brian Kaiser. Barker: Allan Royal. Wilson: Christopher Carroll.
The staff at a girls' academy is furious when boys are allowed to enroll, and they take out their anger on the first male students---Bo and Abe (Dean Cameron, Stuart Fratkin). Norma: Debbie Barker. Wendy: Brooke Theiss. Miss Baron: Jo Ann Dearing. Barker: Allan Royal.
Bo and Abe get more than they bargained for when they answer a personal ad, and the resulting brouhaha sets Barker and Wilson on their trail, with Wilson dressed in drag. Dean Cameron, Stuart Fratkin. Barker: Allan Royal. Wilson: Christopher Carroll.
In the series pilot, Bo and Abe (Dean Cameron, Stuart Fratkin), alien twin brothers who crash-landed in California, meet a lovely young woman---and the thugs trailing her. Barker: Allan Royal. Wilson: Christopher Carroll.