Charlie's Angels: Season 4, Episode 24

One Love... Two Angels: Part I (30 Apr. 1980)

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Kelly is contacted by an attorney who tells her she may be the long lost daughter of millionaire Oliver Barrows. When Barrows sees the resemblance between Kelly and his late wife, he is ... See full summary »

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Kelly is contacted by an attorney who tells her she may be the long lost daughter of millionaire Oliver Barrows. When Barrows sees the resemblance between Kelly and his late wife, he is convinced she is his daughter, Margaret Ellen, but Kelly remains skeptical and asks Charlie and the other Angels to look into it. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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When Kelly has lost control of her car she first passes a light blue Pontiac GTO with a white top heading in the opposite direction, then crashes into the same car (now parked), and finally passes the same car in the same direction and forces it off the road. As she forces it off the road, the dented fender from the crash is visible. See more »

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William Cord: Are you alright?
Kelly Garrett: You mean aside from being terrified?
William Cord: Aside from being terrified.
Kelly Garrett: Oh, I'm fine!
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Bobby Ewing guest stars
15 August 2009 | by (Washington state) – See all my reviews

It was difficult for me to see and believe Patrick Duffy in the role of BIll Cord, attorney, which was the opening this episode, as he seemed as genteel as he is as Bobby Ewing on Dallas. This set the tone for this episode, i.e. the plot starts off as a bit of a stretch in that regard, and it seemed like one where some of the usual actors and actresses were given the night off, as Jacyln Smith is whisked off to San Diego, where fate takes her. Ray Milland is an excellent cast for her father, and the means employed to dispose of him was believable, but how the wine came in contact was a longer stretch. So was Robert Reed in part I, but fortunately he came into his usual fine form as a villain in part II, which was a return to more of what I've come to expect from this series. Towards the end of this part, though, was Smith in a rigged up car, and she seemed clueless as to how to slow down her renegade car, bypassing downshifting, spinning around, or otherwise making for a less-dramatic, but quicker resolution to her circumstances, something one would expect from a detective who's been on the series for 4 seasons at this point! But then, it would be less dramatic, yet it was also less believable.


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