Charlie's Angels (1976–1981)
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Let Our Angel Live 

Kelly is shot at point blank by a suspect she had been watching during a stakeout. A very emotional Bosley, Kris and Julie spend the night at the hospital reminiscing about past cases while Kelly's life hangs in the balance.

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Julie Rogers
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George Ball ...
Dr. Jackson
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Nurse Stratton (as Patti Mariano)
Amelia Haas ...
Nurse Farrell
Michael Magnusen ...
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Chadway (archive footage) (as Chris George)
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Frank Desmond (archive footage)
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Kelly is shot at point blank by a suspect she had been watching during a stakeout. A very emotional Bosley, Kris and Julie spend the night at the hospital reminiscing about past cases while Kelly's life hangs in the balance.

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24 June 1981 (USA)  »

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Julie takes a magazine off Bosley as he sleeps. It is the June 11, 1979 issue of US News and World Report. See more »

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When Kelly Garrett is shot in the head, Jaclyn Smith has no make-up whatsoever to fake a head wound, not even so much as blood. She merely winces and then touches her head and falls backwards. See more »

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John Bosley: Sooner or later, one way or another, we all have to cash it in. That doesn't make what we've been or what we've done meaningless.
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Satisfactory enough final episode of the classic TV series but could have been better....
2 February 2007 | by See all my reviews

After nearly five years and 113 episodes Charlie's Angels finally came to an end in the summer of 1981 with this satisfactory episode in which Kelly's life hangs in the balance...

The main highlight of 'Let Our Angel Live' are the clips from past episodes, where long-time fans would in no doubt remember, although how on earth Kris could discuss the very first 'flashback' when Cheryl Ladd hadn't even joined the show yet is a minor discrepancy from the producers! This particular story was from the very first series when Farrah Fawcett was still cast!

Viewers should see Charlie make a brief appearance toward the end of the episode, but do the Angels finally get to see him at long last? 'Let Our Angel Live' certainly contains some suspense, but it may have worked better if former Angels Fawcett, Kate Jackson and Shelley Hack had reprised their roles one last time to know whether their friend and ex-colleague Kelly would pull through or not. Overall though this was a satisfactory enough conclusion to a now legendary TV series.


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