Charlie's Angels (1976–1981)
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Angels on the Air 

When someone tries to kill a radio reporter who works in the field, she turns to Charlie for help. Charlie then decides to have one of the girls take her place and the one chosen is Kelly ... See full summary »

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Professor Croydon
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Larry Golden ...
Dwayne
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When someone tries to kill a radio reporter who works in the field, she turns to Charlie for help. Charlie then decides to have one of the girls take her place and the one chosen is Kelly because her voice is almost similar to the reporter's. So while Kelly takes her place, the others try to figure out who's trying to kill her but it won't be easy since the reporter does dozens of stories at a given time. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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During the fire Kelly enters the news station wagon and uses the CB. The reflection of a boom microphone is visible on the car doors. See more »

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Kris Munroe: [Dwayne has failed to catch himself a rabbit] Well, it's really too bad, because I got a recipe for rabbit stew that would curl your toes.
Dwayne Hanson: Woman, you don't need rabbit stew to curl my toes.
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Unassuming and great
8 November 2010 | by (Jersey City) – See all my reviews

Angels investigate the attempted murder of a radio reporter. This one sneaks up on you. It's unassuming...i can't think of a single other four-star episode that has no especiale sexiness to get things cookin', nor any sign of a juicy guest star. This one is just, well, goofy. Kris pretends to be a motorcycle babe, with silly hick accent. It's goofy. There are quirky firecracker guest characters, including a helicopter pilot (Taylor Lacher) who oozes fun-loving machismo, and turns Sabrina upside down...if only she and her "Angel in Love" opposite had had this kind of chemistry. The cinematography is singular, especially the scene where Kelly runs down the baddie on foot...his exhausted hurl of an empty trash can is uber-classic. And in the final scene, Bosley says something glowing about Kelly running "like a man". Most of the feminism of CHARLIE'S ANGELS was understated, but for once they go all "in your face", as they trap Bosley within his condescending words, and proceed to feministly bitchslap him around the room. That may be the only time in my life i ever have or ever will use the term "bitchslap", but it somehow seems right.


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