Charlie's Angels (1976–1981)
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Angel Blues 

A singer who had a breakdown while performing then walked off and disappeared for a few hours. She would then call her father telling him, she's on her way home. But after calling him, some... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview:
Amy Waters
Gary Bisig ...
Ted Waters
Andy Jarrell ...
Eban Stone
Steve Gravers ...
Herbie Braha ...
Hank (as Herb Braha)
Lou Picetti ...
John Doneger
Lynne Marta ...
Amy's Singing Voice (voice)


A singer who had a breakdown while performing then walked off and disappeared for a few hours. She would then call her father telling him, she's on her way home. But after calling him, some men grab her and then kill her by giving her drugs. Her father then hires Charlie to find out what happened to her. First the girls learn that she overdosed on heroin which is not the drug she's known to take. They learn that she spent those hours she was away riding around in a cab. So Kris pretends to be a reporter and asks the cabbie who drove her around to take her where the singer went and once he shows them where she went; Kelly or Sabrina will find out what happened. After showing Kris her first stop and after talking to the man she saw, the one who killed the singer asks the man why someone is talking to him. That's when there's a struggle and the man is killed. Written by

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8 February 1978 (USA)  »

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In close-ups, Kelly and Sabrina are huddled together in Bri's car so they can both listen to Bosley on the phone. But when it cuts to a wide angle of the car, the Angels are sitting far apart from each other. See more »


Eban Stone: Hey man, why the gun?
Freddie: Who's the girl?
Eban Stone: What girl?
Freddie: The foxy one that just walked outta here.
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Trippin' to the Mornin'
Music & Lyrics by Edward J. Lakso
Sung by Lynne Marta
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An Anti-Drug Episode
29 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Sabrina,Kelly and Kris retrace the steps surrounding the mysterious death of a country-western singer in Angel Blues.

Country singer Amy Waters abruptly leaves a concert after suffering a nervous breakdown. She rides around town in a cab for a while, but stops to call her father. She tells him that she wants to come home, and adds that she has some information for the police. When Amy arrives at her father's place, two acquaintances grab her and inject her with heroin, killing her. Charlie finds Amy's overdose suspicious and asks his Angels to investigate. Kris poses as a country music reporter and asks the cab driver, Lenny, to show her all of the stops that Amy made on the night of her death. Kelly and Sabrina follow in their cars and check out each of the locations. Kelly confronts Amy's guitarist boyfriend, who beat her up after she ordered him to leave the apartment for which she paid rent. The men who killed Amy murder her boyfriend, and then begin following Kelly. Sabrina confronts a mobster named Cooperman and accuses him of forcibly taking over the rights to Amy's songwriting publishing company. His henchman follows Sabrina to an apartment building and shoots at her. The building is the residence of John Donegar, Amy's manager. He admits that he used his power of attorney to sell the publishing company without permission, and agrees to turn himself in so that the police will protect him from Cooperman. Kelly ditches the guy following her, and then has Sabrina trail him. She follows him to a laundromat, where he and his friend remove a soap machine. When Lenny overhears Kris talking with Bosley on the phone, he pulls a gun on her. Bosley notes a discrepancy in the mileage of the cab trip and realizes that Lenny purposely left a stop out of his log. Later,they realize the clues and events that led up the singer's death and that the killers are working into covering their tracks which the Angels and Bosley plan to unravel.

This is another dark episode during the season and probably even for the TV show's run as we get to see a woman who was brutally killed and how the Angels are called upon to investigate.Later,we realize that they are up against violent killers who would do anything for the cover-up for drug conspiracy.Also,we get to see the downfall of a celebrity due to drug addiction which was sort of a taboo during the time this episode was shown.And most of all,it is one episode of Charlie's Angels that can be considered having an anti-drugs message.

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