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When I was a kid I watch the original series and remember Bobsley the chunkie older and comic relief character that loved his angels. I also remember the voice of Charlie, authoritative but kind. The stories were simple but didn't like drama and each angel had their own charm. One was a tom boy, the other a model the third the action one. They were all ex cops who were given dull jobs because of their gender. Now this series is nothing like that. Bobsley is a hunky ladie's man hacker with no charm. The angels have a dirty past, their dresses are skimpy, their bodies are skinny and they are like barbies who can fight. Let's talk about the fight for a minute: shaky cams and unnecessary are the norm in this first episode. Avoid.
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