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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eddie Cobb
Beverly Casey
Rick Casorla ...
Tim Asher
Ben Davidson ...
Belle Asher
Sandy Ward ...
Dan Abner
B.J. Bartlett ...
Sam Braham
Joan Vigman ...
Jade McCall ...


Three Cheerleaders, mysteriously disappeared after receiving religious notes from religious fanatics. The Angels, go undercover as cheerleaders to find the missing girls, at a cult where they serve 'The Good One', and ended up with their hair cut. Written by James

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1 November 1978 (USA)  »

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Kris' nails are unpainted when Eddie drugs her coffee, and purple when she wakes up. See more »


Eddie Cobb: I knew you wouldn't let me down, Sam!
Sam Braham: [gets out of his car] Only for you, Eddie, only for you.
[Eddie laughs]
Sam Braham: I mean, I've been to this stadium a thousand of times, but never to interview Pussycats.
Eddie Cobb: Bow-Wows! Try to remember that, Sam: Bow-Wows.
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References Dragnet 1967 (1967) See more »

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A Cheerleading Episode
31 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Three sexy cheerleaders are kidnapped by a small band of religious fanatics. In order to crack the case, Sabrina,Kelly and Kris must grab their pom-poms and go undercover as cheerleaders to catch the culprits behind it in Pom Pom Angels.

The owner of a professional football team enlists the Charlie's help after two cheerleaders and their group leader disappear. The team had received threatening letters from a religious fanatic since introducing the cheerleaders a few weeks earlier. Kelly and Kris join the squad, with Sabrina filling in as the leader. A recently cut player threatens Kelly for replacing a cheerleader that he liked. She assures him that she had nothing to do with the woman's disappearance, and manages to calm him and convince him to get some rest. Timothy Asher, the son of an agent with connections to the team, is considered a suspect because of his habit of staring at the girls and generally acting creepy. Kris learns that his mother forces him to attend seminary school in order to keep him away from women. Kris gets Bosley to distract Timothy's mother so that she can go out with him and ask some questions. Eddie Cobb, the team's public relations director, sends Timothy away while Kris is making a phone call. He drugs her coffee and kidnaps her. She awakens in an abandoned building, where Eddie and a priestess have cut the hair of the cheerleaders and their leader and forced them to wear sack cloth as penance for acting "sinful." Kelly and Sabrina learn of Kris's disappearance and seek the aid of Eddie's best friend for information on his possible whereabouts.

A cheerleading episode is definitely a must for the writers during the show's run in the 70's considering a lot of professional team's popular cheerleaders back then.Despite the fact that the plot is somewhat ludicrous,the writers made it up for a villain that has a multiple personality disorder.A complex villain like that in the 70's made it somewhat original and refreshing when this particular episode was shown.Of course,just like what I have stated previously,the Kris Munroe Myth (Kris is always the Angel that is victimized - kidnapped,sexually aroused,imprisoned,drugged,etc) is still in effect since she was kidnapped in it.This made the episode entertaining and one of the better ones unlike most episodes in Season 5.

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