Ted Markham has opened 12 different bank accounts under different names and wearing disguises, only to rob their ATM's in one fell stroke. Kris volunteers to get close to Markham and let ... See full summary »

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Ted Markham
Rick Casorla ...
Hank
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Boris
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Harrison
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Bank president
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Steve (as Steve Liska)
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Miss Withers
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Sales Lady
Buddy Lewis ...
Dealer
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Ted Markham has opened 12 different bank accounts under different names and wearing disguises, only to rob their ATM's in one fell stroke. Kris volunteers to get close to Markham and let him 'spend some of that money' on her in order to catch him. When Ted invites her to go to Vegas with him Kris accepts, and starts to grow fond of the charming thief. Meanwhile, an angry casino owner and his goon follow Marham and Kris, thinking they are are double act out to rob more casino's. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Bosley drops Kris off at Ted's apartment and members of the crew are reflected in the car windows as Bosley departs. See more »

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Kris Munroe: I have this painting in my house. It's a Van Gogh. A reproduction, of course. It's of this wheat field in Auvers. I've always wanted to go there.
Ted Markham: Auvers is...?
Kris Munroe: Where Van Gogh died. Do you know the last seventy days of his life he must have painted over a hundred paintings?
Ted Markham: No kidding?
Kris Munroe: It's true. The man was absolutely driven. He died so young. But he saw so much and he felt so much, he cared so deeply.
Ted Markham: All my life I've always worked with machines. I'm very good with machines. I always put what ...
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A mediocre episode slightly elevated by Cheryl Ladd
22 October 2013 | by See all my reviews

Firstly, you'll be way ahead of the Angels and Bosley in figuring out that all 12 of the diverse group of people robbing banks through ATM machines are one and the same person; and secondly, it's beyond absurd that a man would be allowed by the other players at the poker table where he's sitting to be constantly checking his watch / calculator, quite obviously and indiscreetly (I'm fairly sure Las Vegas casino rules are not as lax as depicted here, either). "Angel On A Roll" is a less-than-thrilling episode of the fifth season, with Kelly, Julie and Bosley very much in the background. The foreground belongs to Kris, and it's Cheryl Ladd's performance that slightly lifts this episode from mediocrity, as she believably portrays Kris' conflict between her duty as a private detective and her growing fondness of her target. **1/2 out of 4.


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