Steve Moss is kidnapped in his own nightclub. His wife can't come up with the ransom in time and hires the Angels. Each day Mrs. Moss keeps the kidnappers waiting, another dancing girl from... See full summary »

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Steve Moss is kidnapped in his own nightclub. His wife can't come up with the ransom in time and hires the Angels. Each day Mrs. Moss keeps the kidnappers waiting, another dancing girl from the club disappears. Kris and Julie both audition to join the hula dancers while Kelly and Bos try to figure out why a successful club owner like Moss is lacking cash. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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11 January 1981 (USA)  »

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Kelly Garrett: How's your hula?
Julie Rogers: Well, to tell you the truth... a little shaky.
[they all laugh]
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The Beat Goes On
Written by Sonny Bono
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The Last Hawaiian Episode
22 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Angels take in a show at Steve's Tropic Night watching Go Go Dancers gyrating in cages which really seems to amuse and entertain the Townsend Associates. Backstage, club owner Steve Moss tells hoofer Donna she can't dance a step which probably should have been indicated to her during her audition, but whatever.Meanwhile, back, BACK stage, Steve Moss gets forced into a van by a group of thugs in pig masks.He is kidnapped and held for $1 million ransom.The Angels are called in to find him.

The action scenes in this episode is awkward in the sense that Julie is getting thrown around during the pool fight and Bosley's odd expression, not to mention Kelly's lumbering pseudo-kung-fu moves on the guy who turns out to be innocent. The rhythm and timing are off.Also,the chase scene with the truck at the end was also directed very strangely.What's worse is the fact that criminals seems non-threatening at all.Interestingly,this happens to be the last Hawaiian episode of the show.


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