The Angels are assigned to break up a blackmail scheme operating out of a dance studio. Jill secures a spot teaching disco dancing to seniors while Kelly poses as a 'hard-boiled' private eye and Sabrina as a wealthy but socially inept ingénue interested in dancing lessons.
—Gary R. Peterson
The Angels and Bosley are hired by Laura Clusak, the widow of MLB player Davy Clusak. She had been blackmailed for $10,000 by Alexander Cruz, the owner of the dance studio where she had been going for dance classes. She had been wooed by the studio's dance instructor, Tony Bordinay, who, despite her objections, got her into a compromising position from which a photographer was able to take photographs. The compromise included both sordid sex as well as illicit drug use. The reason she paid for the photographs and negatives was not to jeopardize her husband's induction into the MLB Hall of Fame. Now that her husband has been inducted and that induction cannot be revoked, Laura wants to regain her self-respect by getting her $10,000 back from the perpetrators - the third, in addition to Cruz and Bordinay, being Cruz's private detective, Schaeffer Goodhew, who took the photos - and to have the three placed behind bars. As such, the Angels and Bosley set up a sting on the trio, Sabrina who will pose a socially unaware wallflower of an heiress who just happens to want dance lessons, she who should be no match for Bordinay's charms, Jill as a new dance instructor at the studio, and Kelly as Goodhew's new assistant, he who happens to be conveniently out of town working on a case for famed Charles Townsend.
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