Several attempts are made on the life of golf pro Linda Frey, who is an old friend of Kris. The Angels investigate suspects in and around the tournament, while Linda's manager Bill Montclair tries to woo Kelly.

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Linda Frye
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Tom Rogers
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Several attempts are made on the life of golf pro Linda Frey, who is an old friend of Kris. The Angels investigate suspects in and around the tournament, while Linda's manager Bill Montclair tries to woo Kelly.

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Cheryl Ladd and guest star Casey Kasem previously worked together, sort of, on the animated series Josie and the Pussycats (1970). Ladd was he singing voice for the character Melody and Kasem was the voice of Alexander Cabot. See more »

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Sabrina and Kelly find the key to room 124 and rush to check it. Sabrina leaves the room in a white shirt but has a sweater over it when they arrive at the room. See more »

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Bill Montclair: Are you interested in golf?
Kelly Garrett: Oh, I play, but I'm just a buffer.
[they laugh]
Kelly Garrett: Or is the word tougher?
Bill Montclair: Well, listen eh, if I get the chance maybe I can talk you into playing around?
Kelly Garrett: Eh...
Bill Montclair: [more awkward laughter] Dang, that didn't come out right, now did it?
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unforgivable
15 September 2010 | by (Jersey City) – See all my reviews

How, how, HOW do you trot out an episode this bad for guest stars Casey Kasem and Jamie Lee Curtis (pre-HALLOWEEN)? The writing is so dreadful that pity is the only reasonable response. Casey plays an LPGA announcer who is only marginally more credible than Bobcat Goldthwait would be. Jamie doesn't fare much better as a young pro whose life is being threatened. I hope it was the directing, and not an acting choice, that made her smile like it's all silly fun shortly after being shot at. The sexiness meter never wavers from flaccid, either. The only thing that saves this episode from one-star land is a fight scene so over-the-top that hysterical laughter is guaranteed. Jamie and Kris tumble from a collapsed bridge into water, and Kris promptly fights off not one, but TWO ten-foot alligators, bare-handed. You heard me, cowboy, two of 'em. She survives, and surgeons are able to save her life...um, i mean, she survives without a scratch.


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