Charlie's Angels: Season 4, Episode 25

One Love... Two Angels: Part II (7 May 1980)

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Bill Cord has fallen in love with both Kelly and Kris, driving a wedge between the two detectives. When Bill finds out Glenn Staley stands to gain from Kelly's death, he forfeits his own ... See full summary »



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Bill Cord has fallen in love with both Kelly and Kris, driving a wedge between the two detectives. When Bill finds out Glenn Staley stands to gain from Kelly's death, he forfeits his own life. Now it's up to Tiffany and Bosley to hold the team together and solve the case. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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At the end of this season finale, both Kelly (Jaclyn Smith) and Kris (Cheryl Ladd) want to resign from the Townsend Detective Agency, but change their minds at the last minute. Ironically, it was Tiffany (Shelley Hack) who did not return for the next season. See more »


John Bosley: So you think somebody's trying to kill Kelly?
Tiffany Welles: I think somebody's trying to kill Margaret Ellen Barris.
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Patrick Duffy, Lord of the Universe
21 March 2011 | by (Jersey City) – See all my reviews

Are you ready to have your stables incinerated? The ANGEL episode you thought you'd never see, one that leaves Hollywood monogamy still standing, but with a distinct black eye. It percolates for a while at three stars, as Kelly heads off to San Diego with a lawyer (Patrick Duffy!) who believes she's a long-lost heiress. As they research together, they fall in love, tenderly and believably. She's reunited with Daddy (the excellent Ray Milland), a hotel baron who shows Kel a picture of his familiar-looking dead wife. But! Ray has a scheming nephew played by...Robert Reed! (i think after BRADY, producers took perverse pleasure in casting him as a bad guy) Robert poisons Ray, and Kelly inherits all. Still suspicious, she sends Patrick to L.A. to re-check his findings, with Kris. They become close, then get caught in a rainstorm scene that will have you pinching yourself, as the sexual tension is palpable. Very soon, we have a love declaration between Kris and Patrick. Pardon my bluntness, but after a week or so, his seed is in both of their vaginal canals, with mutual declarations of true love. Patrick Duffy, you are the ruler of the known universe. You are what Scott Baio wants to be when he grows up, Mr. Patrick Duffy. In the Kris consummation scene, he comes close several times to stopping it, which you're CERTAIN he will do - but he follows each pause with a further silent plunge. Some of the events afterward fall into rushed implausibility, but getting the network's greenlight for a three-parter was never gonna happen, so...they all go back to San Diego, and the proverbial hell breaks loose. As Patrick tries to explain to one, and then the other, you BELIEVE he waited his whole life to feel something this strong for just one woman, and now he feels it for two. The girls quickly fall into "wounded betrayal" mode, and push him to make a choice. poor twentieth-century-bound idiots, can't you see the MUCH better solution staring you in the face?? You wanna talk about sweeps week? Anyway, part 2 chickens out, as one of the three dies (hm, i wonder which...). The stunner though, is not that they chicken out, it's that they keep it at bay for as long as they do. Scene after scene goes by where i was literally clapping and hooting at the audaciousness. Kris and Kel both give their resignations to Bosley, and in her final episode it's Tiffany who keeps digging and rallys the troops. She gets two pallets of cinder block dumped on her, and in retrospect, wouldn't it have been more powerful if she hadn't squeaked out in time? And made the Kellly/Kris reconciliation more poignant? But as with all previous ex-Angels, it's clear that no one heard the swan song playing.

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