Charlie's Angels: Season 3, Episode 2

Angel Come Home (20 Sep. 1978)

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Jill Munroe's friend Paul Ferrino wants her to drive his new car in the Grand Prix, but it's vandalized right after he shows it to her. Could Jill's fiancé Steve Carmody be the culprit?

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Jill Munroe (as Farrah Fawcett-Majors)
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Jill Munroe's friend Paul Ferrino wants her to drive his new car in the Grand Prix, but it's vandalized right after he shows it to her. Could Jill's fiancé Steve Carmody be the culprit?

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This edition marked the return of former angel Jill Munroe, the first of six guest appearances for actress Farrah Fawcett because of contractual obligations due to her departure after the first season. See more »

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In the opening scene when Kris arrives home and walks through the house, she is wearing regular high heels. When she walks onto the beach and sees Jill, she is still wearing high heels, but when they hug and jump up and down, Kris is magically wearing low-heeled espadrilles. See more »

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Andrea Lassiter: You could always call me later tonight. The later, the better...
Steve Carmody: I don't think so.
Andrea Lassiter: [smiles] Think again.
[they kiss on the mouth]
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References Lassie Come Home (1943) See more »

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One of the most emotional episodes
27 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

If one was mean-spirited, one could argue that the main reason Farrah Fawcett decided to return, even as a special guest star, to the series that made her famous after an one-year absence is that her film career (with flops like "Somebody Killed Her Husband") did not take off the way she expected to. But why be mean-spirited? Her return works well, and on the basis of this episode a "Charlie's Angels" series with FOUR Angels instead of three would be quite feasible; on the other hand, it might have been too radical a change to a profitable formula. "Angel Come Home" is one of the most emotional episodes, with a wide range of emotions; from (infectious) joy to sorrow. But the crime plot is also pretty good; the bad guy's motivation makes sense. And Cheryl Ladd wears a couple of amazingly sexy outfits (that black dress....damn!). *** out of 4.


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