When a young music teacher gets beaten up by a local pimp, Kelly and Tiff join his stable as undercover streetwalkers to investigate.



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Episode cast overview:
Freddie Jefferson
Ford Rainey ...
Mr. Harkins
Richard Karron ...
Big Larry
Amy Johnston ...
Judy Harkins / Rose
Vivian Ford ...
Jeff Gerrard ...
Young Man
Toby (as Conrad Palmisano)


When a young music teacher gets beaten up by a local pimp, Kelly and Tiff join his stable as undercover streetwalkers to investigate.

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7 November 1979 (USA)  »

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When Judy walks towards Kris and Bosley with bits of Rose's outfit sticking out of her handbag, the position of the bag and it's contents keep changing between shots. See more »


Big Larry: I'm Larry.
Kelly Garrett: Hmm, I'm Kelly
Tiffany Welles: Tiffany.
Big Larry: Love what I see, love what I hear. Step into my garden of delights, my dear.
Kelly Garrett: I bet you say that to all the girls."
Big Larry: I say that to everybody!"
Tiffany Welles: How democratic."
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Music and Lyrics by Edward J. Lakso
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The whole of me
1 January 2013 | by See all my reviews

Possibly the sleaziest "Charlie's Angels" episode ever made up to that point: a young, musically gifted girl is beaten up by a revolting pimp who "owns" the street where her (and her father's) music school is; the Angels try to go undercover as students in the school, but when the victim absolutely refuses to confide in them, they (Kelly and Tiffany - Kris has it a little easier this time, which she deserves after what she went through in "Caged Angel") switch covers to prostitutes. And not high-class call girls like in "Little Angels Of The Night", but street prostitutes. There is a great surprise in the middle of this episode - however, I think it would have been even more effective if placed at the end. Guest star Richard Lynch is scary and well-cast as the pimp. Overall, "Angels On The Street" continues the high standard of episodes in the fourth season of the show, but I do think it was about time for a lighter, more relaxing episode (a four-way table meeting with the Angels and Bosley contains the only humor here). *** out of 4.

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