When a toymaker has a few close calls, he calls Charlie who then has the girls on it. Sabrina pretends to be the daughter of a foreign toymaker who wants to go into business with the toymaker. Gordon, one of the toymaker's designers, wants to make toys that are a bit eerie and hopes that Sabrina can help him. Later a man breaks into the toymaker's office and gets killed. So the girls try to find out who he is and they learn he works for one of the toymaker's competitors who wants his new designs. Written by
Did You Know?
During the debriefing at the end of the case, Swinnerton presents the Angels with dolls he modeled after them. Of course, there was a line of "Charlie's Angels" dolls that were manufactured by Hasbro (the same company responsible for G.I. Joe) at the height of the show's popularity. See more
The slide picture of Jack Orwell that Charlie supposedly came up with and Bosley shows is from the previous scene that featured the character. See more
Now, I'm curious. If you're a vice-president, why don't you have a seperate office?
Practically everybody in the company is a vice-president. He doesn't want anyone to feel left out.
The Nutcracker: Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy
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