Charlie's Angels (1976–1981)
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Angels Belong in Heaven 

A guy who knows Charlie calls him to tell him that someone he knows took out a contract on one of the girls but before he could say anything the men he's with finds him and kills him. So ... See full summary »

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A guy who knows Charlie calls him to tell him that someone he knows took out a contract on one of the girls but before he could say anything the men he's with finds him and kills him. So the girls have to try and find out who the target is. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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A taxi drops off Sally at Kelly's at the end of the episode and then drives off but Bosley has the road completely blocked. The taxi would not have been able to proceed. See more »

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Sabrina Duncan: You know, one thing about professional hitmen: they don't like complications. They want one shot, neat and clean, then a fast exit. So from now on, we'll all walk close together, we'll shift positions, we'll never give him a clear shot, him?
Kelly Garrett: Right. Like Kris said, it beats hiding in corners.
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Predictable
21 November 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I've been watching the series on Netflix from start to finish and really enjoying it...that is until I got to this episode. Perhaps the worst of the series, certainly of those I've seen so far.

First of all, the main car-tailing scene was one of the worst Hollywood has ever seen. Most of the time the baddie of the episode was following the Angels and Bosley less than a car length behind on roads with no other moving cars and they never suspected a thing.

But the main thing was that the plot was so transparent I had it solved right in the first act, except for a few minor details. Throughout the episode it just kept bugging me that they weren't tuning into simple clues that were clear as crystal. Instead they just kept dragging out the plot. It was as if the writer originally only wrote for a half-hour show and then realized it was supposed to be an hour, and had to scramble to find ways of stretching it out.

I'll continue to watch the series, but if I ever re-watch any episodes, this is one I'll be avoiding.


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