A young man whom Kelly knew when she was a cop is arrested for making a disturbance at his girlfriend's place. He calls Kelly telling her that he was looking for her, she offers to help. ... See full summary »

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A young man whom Kelly knew when she was a cop is arrested for making a disturbance at his girlfriend's place. He calls Kelly telling her that he was looking for her, she offers to help. Kelly then talks to her friends who tells Kelly that she's pregnant and is planning to give the baby up for adoption. So Kelly goes in as an expectant mother and makes contact with her. In the meantime they discover that the brokers might not be all that legitimate because one of the them has a criminal record and they learn that one of the expectant mothers died under mysterious circumstances after giving birth. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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The police station used in this episode is the same one used in The Rookies, also starring Kate Jackson as Jill Danko. See more »

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Kris Munroe: Hello.
Hugh Tomlinson: I'm pleased, I wasn't sure you'd come.
Kris Munroe: Twenty thousand dollars you said. Easy work... I'd have gone to the North Pole.
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Edited into Charlie's Angels: Angel on My Mind (1978) See more »

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atypically dark
8 November 2010 | by (Jersey City) – See all my reviews

A youth (Scott Colomby, CADDYSHACK, PORKY'S 1-3) Kelly helped when she was a cop goes AWOL from the Air Force, distraught over the cessation of letters from his girlfriend. The Angels track her down, a prisoner of a white-baby-selling ring run by Edward Winter (Col. Flagg, M*A*S*H). Kelly goes undercover as a pregnant woman (no, no pillow). The writing is strangely good. Kris pretends to be in dire financial straits, and Edward offers her $20,000 to be impregnated by an Aryan. As a rule, ANGELS was sexy but never sexual. The hotel room scene where she faces her intended is atypically dark, though. For a moment as Kris begins to undress, you believe that they're really going to screw. Chilling. In the climax, she shoots a man in self-defense and falls apart, saying that she'd never shot anyone.


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