Charlie's Angels (1976–1981)
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1
Episode
22

The Blue Angels (4 May 1977)

TV Episode   |  TV-PG   |    |  Action, Adventure, Crime


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Suspecting corruption on the vice squad, the Angels go undercover to rout out the rotten cops. Jill poses as a masseuse, Sabrina as a transferred vice officer; Kelly returns to the Police Academy.


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30 September 2011 | moonspinner55
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| Farrah's (temporary) farewell...a fun episode full of sex appeal
The Angels investigate after two shootings in a local massage parlor (the Paradise!) reveal the establishment to be a front for prostitution; the anonymous heavy running the show is a dirty cop on the take, with two cadets from the police academy acting as his stooges. Sabrina goes undercover as an adviser in the Vice Division while Jill and Bosley take over management at the Paradise (thus affording Farrah Fawcett-Majors the opportunity to wear some skin-hugging outfits, which she amply models). Kelly goes back to the academy to ferret out the un-dedicated cadets, and apparently attracts the precise duo on her very first day (these Angels move quickly!). Somewhat of a silly shakedown, and not one of the better episodes from the series' first season, however it was the last one La Fawcett filmed before bidding goodbye to the show (she would later return in guest spots under court order); her chemistry with David Doyle's Bosley is very easy and likable, and the camera does love her curves. Kate Jackson's Sabrina appears to get a mild crush on their chief suspect (Ed Lauter, doing his usual slimeball routine), though she gets left out of the big showdown in an auto wrecking yard (in which Jaclyn Smith's Kelly quite casually saves Jill from being shot). This is the essence of '70s era "jiggle TV," but the action moves swiftly, the supporting cast is solid and the L.A.-area locations are well-captured.

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