The Kingsbrook Realty Company, which has been linked to several robberies is the subject of the girls' latest case. Kris joins the all female agency, while Tiffany pretends to be selling a ... See full summary »

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Barry Kingsbrook (as Dick Gauthier)
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Tina Fuller
Natalie Core ...
Mrs. Mayhew
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Tyrone
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Mr. Mayhew
Ernest Harada ...
Chang
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Juan Garcia
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Marty
Mark Thomas ...
Glenn
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Paula Jones ...
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The Kingsbrook Realty Company, which has been linked to several robberies is the subject of the girls' latest case. Kris joins the all female agency, while Tiffany pretends to be selling a house (as well as being the owner of several valuable letters written by America's founding fathers). Bosley poses as a potential buyer. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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The title is based on the song "Home Sweet Home" composed by Englishman Sir Henry Bishop with lyrics by John Howard Payne and has been popular since the mid-nineteenth century. See more »

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Barry Kingsbrook: Kris, I would like to see you sell a house a month. Now let me give you a little tip: check out your friends, find out who's getting a divorce. Pure gold.
Kris Munroe: What do you mean?
Barry Kingsbrook: Well you see, for every divorce in Beverly Hills there are actually three houses sold: the one the happy couple leaves behind, they have to sell it so they can devide up community property, and the two that each one of them buys after the split.
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Fun lighthearted episode
17 January 2013 | by See all my reviews

The Angels investigate the theft of a priceless Egyptian collection in Beverly Hills. They immediately suspect the real estate agency that monopolizes the area, so they set a trap for its boss. After a succession of some of the darkest episodes in the show's history ("Angel's Child", "One Of Our Angels Is Missing", "Catch A Falling Angel"), the series needed to lighten up a little, and that's what "Homes $weet Homes" sets out to do. This is a fun, (relatively) lighthearted romp with lots of comedy: perhaps surprisingly, the most adept one at the comedy, in this episode at least, proves to be Shelley Hack, who has visibly gained confidence and self-assurance; her "deep seductive" voice is quite funny. Bosley is also funny, and the episode just leaves you with a smile on your face. The Beverly Hills setting allows for some luxurious visuals - and check out Sherry Jackson's awesome legs! *** out of 4.


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