Charlie's Angels (1976–1981)
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To Kill an Angel 

A young autistic boy named Skip that Kelly has been acting as a volunteer big sister to finds a gun and accidentally shoots her with it. He then panics and runs away. Sabrina and Jill try ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jill Munroe (as Farrah Fawcett-Majors)
Craig Ludwin ...
Dr. Stafford
Peanut Vendor
Cathy, the Surfer Girl
George Kramer ...
Cliff Stanton
Daryle Ann Lindley ...
Nurse #1


A young autistic boy named Skip that Kelly has been acting as a volunteer big sister to finds a gun and accidentally shoots her with it. He then panics and runs away. Sabrina and Jill try to find the boy, who is collecting various items that he thinks will awaken Kelly. Also on the boy's trail are a pair of killers who think that Skip might have witnessed their crime. Written by Brian Washington <>

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10 November 1976 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The beach house used as Jill/Chris' home during the series was also used in The Mod Squad titled "Cricket". This is a near word for word remake of "Cricket" and was written by the same person. See more »


Jill Munroe: In her spare time, Kelly was working in a volunteer workshop with autistic children.
John Bosley: Then her mystery man was this Skip?
Jill Munroe: Yeah, they said she spend more time with him than the other children because she thought he needed more help than the others.
John Bosley: Well, if I didn't love her before, I do now.
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Remake of Mod Squad: Cricket (1971) See more »

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Angels at the Amusement Park
9 October 2011 | by See all my reviews

Not only do Charlie's trio of Angels risk their lives every week chasing down bad guys, but they have hearts of gold on their days off as well. We have already learned by now Jill coaches girls' basketball in her spare time, and in this episode it's Kelly's turn to be philanthropic. Seems she frequently volunteers at a hospital for autistic children, unbeknownst to her cohorts, but a trip to the amusement park with her favorite patient, a withdrawn little boy, goes awry when the child runs afoul of two hit-men who have just committed a murder. Picking up a carelessly dropped gun, the kid holds it out to Kelly but accidentally shoots her, the bullet grazing her forehead. Sympathetic episode allows us to see the bond between Sabrina, Kelly and Jill--but without enough plot, this installment runs aground pretty fast (it also doesn't help that Kelly lay helpless in her hospital bed complete with blush on her cheeks, frosted eye-shadow and her hair perfectly coiffed). Why would the assassins stick around to eliminate the kid when the news reports surely mentioned he was an orphan residing in a children's sanitarium? The youngster also manages to find his biological mother's address--a hilarious makeshift shack on the beach with a fabulous interior--just as we learn the woman was barely making ends meet while working as a waitress. The notorious T&A factor of this show barely comes to the fore here, although Kelly's outfit in the tag (short-shorts and a belly-baring top left mostly unbuttoned) seems a little risqué when you consider she's lunching with a couple and their psychologically-damaged child!

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