Charlie's Angels: Season 2, Episode 4

Angel Flight (5 Oct. 1977)

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A stewardess who's a friend of Sabrina's being terrorized by someone. To help her Kris and Kelly go work a Stewardesses to find out who's terrorizing her. When they're about to try the ... See full summary »

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Fawne Harriman ...
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Gene Knox
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Meadows
Philip Roth ...
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A stewardess who's a friend of Sabrina's being terrorized by someone. To help her Kris and Kelly go work a Stewardesses to find out who's terrorizing her. When they're about to try the airline's new plane the person tells her what he wants. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Sabrina Duncan: Yeah, you girls better hit the books. I got some reading of my own to do here... Wonder what Burt Reynolds is up too...
Kelly Garrett: From what I hear, anything you ask.
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Kris Munroe Looks Like An Experienced Angel
27 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When a college friend who teaches stewardesses is being stalked, the Sabrina,Kelly and Kris come aboard to fly the not so friendly skies. On a training flight, a killer is loose on board the jetliner and there is no cockpit crew in Angel Flight.

Sabrina's college roommate Angela, a stewardess, receives threatening phone calls from someone who keeps leaving her black roses. Sabrina goes to stay with her, while Kelly and Kris go into training to become stewardesses. One of the other stewardesses is attacked in a parking garage and killed with a karate chop to the throat. Mai Ling, a trainee with a chip on her shoulder, becomes a suspect because she holds a black belt in karate. The killer calls Angela and orders her to follow his instructions or risk losing more of her friends. She agrees, and refuses to tell Sabrina what is going on. Angela obeys a recording in which the killer orders her to drug the co-pilot; hijack the plane during a test flight for the student stewardesses; and kill the pilot upon arriving in Peru. However, the pilot is actually her stalker; he arranged the hijacking scenario to make himself appear innocent of any wrongdoing.

This is Kris Munroe's first few episodes.Cheryl Ladd is doing a great job in her portrayal and she definitely one big reason why the show lasted for 5 seasons instead of only 2 when Farrah Fawcett left the show.She is definitely convincing when she assumes some authority by verbally standing up to the villain.Viewers probably never expected too much from her being a the new Angel but she looks experienced just like Sabrina and Kelly.Also,she was a better negotiator especially when the airplane was on crisis.And most of all,she did the best job as an undercover stewardess.Although I am more of a Jaclyn Smith fan and Kelly Garrett is my favorite Angel,it would be a big injustice if Cheryl's performance is ignored.Another great thing about this episode is we are shown how Kelly was able to land the plane on her own when the pilots were indisposed.Definitely,it is worth one's time to watch this episode again.


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