Charlie's Angels: Season 4, Episode 17

Homes $weet Homes (30 Jan. 1980)

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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 ... 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
Arthur Space ...
Mr. Mayhew
Ernest Harada ...
Chang
William Marquez ...
Juan Garcia
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Marty
Mark Thomas ...
Glenn
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Secretary for Tyrone
Paula Jones ...
Cindy
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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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John Bosley: [as Jacke Pickins] Would you call that fat boy and see if he can get my coffee over here without knocking me out of my chair?
Barry Kingsbrook: Waiter?
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Stolen Artifacts
26 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When a wealthy Beverly Hills couple is robbed of valuable Egyptian artifacts, Kelly,Kris and Tiffany suspect the real estate baron, Barry Kingsbrook in this episode entitled,Homes $weet Homes.

A couple returns to its home following an open house, and is surprised by robbers. A man assaults the husband and steals his collection of rare Egyptian jewelry. Kelly,Kris and Tiffany suspect the Kingsbrook Realty Company after it has been investigated several times in connection with robberies. Kelly checks out renowned caterer Tyrone, whose stolen van was used in the robbery, but finds that he is not involved. Charlie gets Kris a job with Kingsbrook Realty.Tiffany contacts Barry Kingsbrook under the guise of a wealthy woman selling her aunt and uncle's house. They plant valuable letters from the founding fathers in the house, and Kingsbrook contacts an expert in the field. The man finds Kingsbrook a very interested buyer in Bosley. Barry promises to get a hold of the letters and sell them for two million dollars. Tina Fuller, Barry's top agent and love interest, becomes suspicious of Kris after discovering her going through the listings of houses that have been robbed. She discovers that Kris does not have a real estate license on file. Kelly, Tiffany and Bosley worry when Kris does not show up for their stake-out as planned and they break up the crime ring before Kris gets into hot water.

This is a light-hearted episode that consist of humor.In addition to that,we get to see now all our heroines work together to solve a case despite the fact the Kris once again uses her charms to get close to the culprit.But nevertheless,there is no Angel that is the central character in this episode unlike in the last two - One Of Our Angels Is Missing and Catch A Falling Angel.Also,it wasn't really that of a complex case unlike the previous ones solved especially the last two mentioned.Definitely,entertaining and worth watching.


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