After an attempt is made on the Angels' lives, Charlie hires a rival detective agency run by his old friend, Antonia Blake, to keep an eye on his employees. Blake, who likes to be called '... See full summary »

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Cotton Harper
Bruce Bauer ...
Matt Parrish
Bob Seagren ...
Bob Sorensen
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Toni
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Riso
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Anne Moore
Roz Kelly ...
Jade Allen
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Sunny O'Day
James Brodhead ...
Rolph (as James E. Brodhead)
Ken Scott ...
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After an attempt is made on the Angels' lives, Charlie hires a rival detective agency run by his old friend, Antonia Blake, to keep an eye on his employees. Blake, who likes to be called 'Toni', assigns her three boys to the case. They are: former U.S. Olympic champion Bob Sorenson, master of disguise Matt Parrish and champion rodeo rider, roper and tracker Cotton Harper. The Angels, feeling they can solve the case themselves, try to ditch the men as soon as possible. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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This edition marks David Doyle's briefest appearance of all episodes; he appears for less than a minute. See more »

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Kelly's Mustang is seen outside the Townsend office after having been destroyed. See more »

Quotes

Matt Parrish: [in an English accent] I'm talking about a Château Lafite Rothschild 1934.
Riso: I think you'd better get outta here.
Matt Parrish: Listen to me, little man, get your crayons out and copy this label down, and tell Mr. Durano I'm here. A buy like this only happens once in a lifetime.
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This Angels episode doesn't fly for this viewer
15 August 2009 | by (Washington state) – See all my reviews

I've watched all of the episodes sequentially over the last few months, and this one felt like the series fell off a cliff, IMHO, like the writers didn't put in an "A" effort and in seeing the next episode, although somewhat better than this, was surprised that the series was renewed. In this episode, an attempt on the trio is not an unusual plot line, that didn't bother me. It was turning to another agency for help that just happened to have 3 young men with smiles worthy of dentists that started my souring on this episode. Then, as the wary Angels tried to ditch each of those assigned to them, how they did so was clumsy and predictable. Each of the men had a talent, but it was almost an afterthought, held back towards the end of the episode, that each would use theirs, and the execution was weak and unconvincing. A man catching up to a plane taking off with barely any runway left, then lassoing the tail and pulling it off to flip the plane was impossible to believe, the coup d'grace! Altogether, this was a poorly written and executed episode, reminding me of some of my home movies, and it seems that the series has run out of gas.


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