Charlie's Angels (1976–1981)
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Of Ghosts and Angels 

Tiffany is having psychic premonitions about history repeating itself during a costume party at the mansion of a recently married friend of hers.

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Tiffany is having psychic premonitions about history repeating itself during a costume party at the mansion of a recently married friend of hers.

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This episode establishes Tiffany as having strong psychic abilities. Her childhood friend, Erica, tells Kelly and Kris that Tiffany used to dabble in the occult, used to lead séances and tested positive as a "sensitive" at a university; in addition, here she has prophetic dreams, communicates with the dead, and her ESP manifests in sensing a presence and smelling the ghost's perfume. See more »

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Tiffany and Erica react to the car coming towards them before the car even started. The close up on both women's shocked faces precedes the close up on the car starting, engaging the gear or coming towards them. See more »

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Erica Burke: That professor of parapsychology in Vermont, he tested you and said you were very definitely a sensitve.
Kris Munroe: [jokingly] Hmm, does this mean you're a psychic?
Tiffany Welles: [flippantly] No, it means I get hurt easily!
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References The Phantom of the Opera (1925) See more »

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Ridiculous episode. Welcome to 1980s garbage TV.
8 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

The first episode of the 1980s is also one of the worst. The script is ridiculous and childish and ghosts are presented as being real and the proof they show of it is furniture moving around. Tiffany is presented as a fool who believes that ghosts are real and is constantly feeling the presence of a ghost who likes to open windows and make noises.

But what can you expect from the 1980s, one of the worst decades for television. From this point on the episodes become increasingly dumbed down. At the end of this episode, Bosley's desk moves when he expresses skepticism that ghosts exists and then his desk moves wildly about. Pathetic and Lame.


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