The Angels team up with alcoholic private eye Harrigan to investigate the robbery of an electronics plant. Kris takes a liking to the old man and tries to get him back on track.

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George Starrett
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The Angels team up with alcoholic private eye Harrigan to investigate the robbery of an electronics plant. Kris takes a liking to the old man and tries to get him back on track.

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The title is based on the 1907 song "Harrigan" by George M. Cohan for his Broadway musical, Fifty Miles From Boston. The song is also listed on the Cohan statue pedestal is Times Square, New York City. See more »

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Reflection of boom mic is visible in the guard shack's glass window when Tiffany and Kelly are talking to the inhospitable trucking company employee See more »

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Harrigan: Oh, erm, Mr. Starrett, I'm sorry I'm late. I... I woke up this morning and somebody stole my car. I had to take a cab.
George Starrett: [sceptical] Somebody stole your car?
Harrigan: Well, it was an old car.
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References The Jerk (1979) See more »

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Likable episode
21 January 2013 | by See all my reviews

In exchange for doubling their usual fee, the Angels agree to work with an unknown partner on their latest case; the partner turns out to be a down-and-out, semi-alcoholic private detective. Kelly, Tiffany and Bosley think he is a burden, but Kris is more affectionate towards him

  • he reminds her of her own father. "Harrigan's Angel" is a nice mix of


action, humor, and warm-hearted sentiment, though the crime plot is rather predictable: you know from the start that whoever phoned the security guard in the opening sequence must have been in on the heist, and when you learn who it was a little later....and you also know Freddy Kr...I mean Robert Englund is also involved from the moment you first see him. Finally, am I wrong to detect some subtext in Tiffany's line "Anyone who doesn't offer us coffee can't be straight"? *** out of 4.


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