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Little Angels of the Night 

In an apartment building where many of the tenants are prostitutes, someone is killing them, so the owner calls Charlie. Kris and Kelly move in and they have their eye on the creepy guy who... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview:
Roman Vale
Denise Galik ...
Tara Tyson ...
Mary Thomas
Grayce Spence ...
Mrs. Dolly Smith
Kutee ...
Melanie Robbins (as Kutée)
Rod Colbin ...
Dr. Eggars
Lt. Mathews (as Mike Warren)
Jim Walker
Joy Garrett ...
Terry Jones


In an apartment building where many of the tenants are prostitutes, someone is killing them, so the owner calls Charlie. Kris and Kelly move in and they have their eye on the creepy guy who works at the nearby restaurant who delivers the food there. Written by

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22 February 1978 (USA)  »

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Dr. Eggars: [Dr. Edggars has spilled some of his tobacco on Kelly's arm] Oh, oh. Sorry, I'm sorry.
Kelly Garrett: [laughs it off] Oh, no problem. Eh, nice aroma.
Dr. Eggars: Snic.
Kelly Garrett: I beg your pardon?
Dr. Eggars: It's called 'Snic'. That's short for, eh, 'Six Nights in Copenhagen'.
Kelly Garrett: Well, that eh, that sounds like fun.
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Angels As Prostitutes In The Street
29 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Sabrina,Kelly and Kris go undercover in the twilight world of vice to discover why three beautiful call girls have been murdered in Little Angels of the Night.

A woman who runs a building that is mainly populated by hookers seeks Charlie's help after two of her tenants are murdered. Her female private investigators move into the building, while Bosley grudgingly takes a job as the maintenance man. A resident named Melanie insists that the culprit is Freddie, a strange and temperamental delivery boy from the Italian restaurant across the street. The killer attacks another girl, but Kris and Kelly save her. Sabrina notes that all of the victims have been blondes and suspects a pattern. They contact an expert psychologist,who theorizes that the murderer is killing look-alikes to deal with his aggression toward a woman in his life. Kris agrees to a meeting on a yacht with one of the victims' former clients. He acts strangely and complains about his wife, but does not attempt to harm her. Roman Vail,owner of the restaurant that employs Freddie, strangles another of the apartment building's residents and leaves Freddie's shark tooth necklace at the scene. Freddie gets into an altercation with Melanie and is found hiding in the apartment of a woman who is on vacation. He denies any involvement in the killings. Sabrina and Kelly note that he cannot be the murderer because Melanie is African American and does not fit into the pattern. They conclude that he has been set up. Kris, who had gone to the restaurant to wait for Freddie, sees Roman throw a fit of anger after a blonde customer repeatedly rejects him. She sees scratches on his neck and realizes that he received them from a victim who tried to defend herself. They find an unlikely link between the apartment complex where the victims live and the restaurant across the street. Kris fits the profile of the dead girls and finds herself trapped with the psychotic killer. Later,they learn from his ramblings that the woman at the restaurant was his ex-wife, Mary.

The episode has great plot line wherein we see the culprit involved in the killing as someone who is motivated psychologically to commit those crimes.That adds intrigue to it and it also makes it more interesting to the viewer as we see how competent the Angels are in doing their work.Aside from that,we get to see Sabrina and Kris work together solve a case and show great chemistry considering that there is tension between Kate and Cheryl off-camera.

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