When the Angels investigate a couple of suspicious deaths at Western Techtronics, Julie falls under the trance of a hypnotist who specializes in using brainwashed young women as killers.

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John Reardon
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Darlene Warden
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Robert Carver
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Steve Briggs
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Edward Tustin
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Dr. Lantry (as Dr. Joyce Brothers)
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Cynthia Weaver (as Barbara Luna)
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John Danvers
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When the Angels investigate a couple of suspicious deaths at Western Techtronics, Julie falls under the trance of a hypnotist who specializes in using brainwashed young women as killers.

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3 June 1981 (USA)  »

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At Reardon and Company, the cameraman and camera are reflected in the two way glass as Mr. Reardon and Mr Carver observe and discuss Julie. See more »

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Kris Munroe: Hi. This must be the disco room you were telling me about.
Julie Rogers: Yeah. But I just can't seem to keep a partner.
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One of the more enjoyable season 5 episodes
16 November 2013 | by See all my reviews

This is one of the better episodes of the fifth and final season of "Charlie's Angels", which means that it's still not as good as the better episodes of the previous seasons, but superior to such stuff as "Stuntwomen Angels" or (heaven forbid) "Mr. Galaxy". It has two near-classic sequences: the gripping, creepy opening (Eric - Victor in "The Young And The Restless" - Braeden is an ideal casting choice to play a hypnotist because of his hypnotic voice), and the one where Julie, under hypnosis, suddenly attacks a man and is about to kill him with her bare hands (not a bad way to go, actually) when Kris and Kelly interfere and we get to see something that I think we had never seen in the series before: the Angels physically fighting each other! I would also include the increased amount of fighting in the strengths of this episode....if only the stunt doubling wasn't so frequently obvious. **1/2 out of 4.


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