The original transcriptions are lost to time. All that remains are the scripts, and these remakes produced by the BBC in the early 1990’s.
Mr Flywheel talks to his secretary before being visited by Rivelli about getting a divorce, and family trouble. Rivelli negotiates getting a job with the law firm. His first mission, bring back lunch.
A lady stops in the office to hire the services of a detective. Flywheel and Rivelli are to prvide security at Thorndike Manor for a wedding. They are to guard a Rembrandt painting. While distracted by talking about Rivelli’s former career as a musician, and playing a tune on the piano, the painting comes up missing.
At the threat of being sued by the woman, Flywheel dictates a letter to Rivelli. Amazingly, she still trusts them to get busy in solving the mystery of the missing Rembrandt. If not for Flywheel’s diligent prodding, Rivelli might drop the case. In spite of their efforst, the painting is discovered.