History Series / CharliesAngels

4th Mar '16 11:20:39 AM Mdumas43073
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** An episode of the original series had the girls going on a Caribbean cruise and encountering the cast of ''TheLoveBoat''. (Both shows were produced by Creator/AaronSpelling.)

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** An episode of the original series had the girls going on a Caribbean cruise and encountering the cast of ''TheLoveBoat''.''Series/TheLoveBoat''. (Both shows were produced by Creator/AaronSpelling.)



** The cast of ''Charlie's Angels'' also appeared in a cameo on another Spelling-produced show, ''SanPedroBeachBums''.

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** The cast of ''Charlie's Angels'' also appeared in a cameo on another Spelling-produced show, ''SanPedroBeachBums''.''The San Pedro Beach Bums''.
19th Feb '16 1:26:34 PM Cindylover1969
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Brought back to television in TheNewTens, the series uses the same premise as the original, with Annie Ilonzeh, Minka Kelly, and Creator/RachaelTaylor as the Angels, and Ramón Rodriguez as Bosley. With the passing of John Forsythe (Charlie), executive producer Leonard Goldberg is the only constant across all three iterations of the franchise. Where the original Angels were all frustrated policewomen, the new Angels are all convicts getting a second chance from Charlie.

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Brought back to television in TheNewTens, the series uses the same premise as the original, with Annie Ilonzeh, Minka Kelly, and Creator/RachaelTaylor as the Angels, and Ramón Rodriguez as Bosley. With the passing of John Forsythe (Charlie), executive producer Leonard Goldberg is the only constant across all three iterations of the franchise. Where the original Angels were all frustrated policewomen, the new Angels are all convicts getting a second chance from Charlie.
Charlie. Creator/DrewBarrymore, one of the stars (and producers) of the movie versions, was one of the series executive producers (but didn't appear on screen).
19th Jan '16 12:36:00 PM GnomeTitan
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* JiggleShow: The original series was the TropeMaker, with the Angels' ''very'' obvious [[VaporWear lack of bras]] a major selling point. The later works followed in the original's footsteps.

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* JiggleShow: The original series was the TropeMaker, with the Angels' ''very'' obvious [[VaporWear lack of bras]] a major selling point. The later works followed in the original's footsteps.footsteps, with less jiggling but lots of {{fanservice}}.



** Although the Angels never wore lingerie under their clothes, they sometimes went undercover as underwear models, which resulted in many scenes with them wearing only lingerie.
** Kelly is seen wearing rather skimpy lingerie in the pilot movie. Unusually, she's actually shown sleeping (or, at least, pretending to sleep) in the sleepwear.

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** Although the Angels never wore didn't wear lingerie under their clothes, they sometimes went undercover as underwear models, which resulted in many scenes with them wearing only lingerie.
** Kelly is seen wearing There are quite a few scenes with the Angels in rather skimpy lingerie in nightgowns or pajamas. In the pilot movie. Unusually, she's movie, Kelly is, somewhat unusually, actually shown sleeping (or, at least, pretending to sleep) in the sleepwear.



* TheSeventies:
** The series is quite a period pieces, with lots of 70's fashions, designs, hairstyles and sets that may seem either cool or cheesy today.
** Several episodes also display the rampant discrimination against women that was still common in the era (usually in a lampshading manner as the Angels soon prove how outdated those viewpoints are).
** It's perhaps telling that the series didn't survive very long into the 1980s.
18th Jan '16 12:27:14 PM StFan
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18th Jan '16 12:25:21 PM StFan
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** An episode of the original series had the girls going on a Caribbean cruise and encountering the cast of ''TheLoveBoat''. (Both shows were produced by AaronSpelling.)

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** An episode of the original series had the girls going on a Caribbean cruise and encountering the cast of ''TheLoveBoat''. (Both shows were produced by AaronSpelling.Creator/AaronSpelling.)



* WhyWeCantHaveNiceThings: In "Bon Voyage, Angels", the Angels meet with Scott Foster. They all "like him", until Bosley tells them that he's engaged.

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* WhyWeCantHaveNiceThings: In "Bon Voyage, Angels", the Angels meet with Scott Foster. They all "like him", until Bosley tells them that he's engaged.
16th Dec '15 2:23:34 AM DragonQuestZ
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* PrettyInMink: A few episodes


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* FashionModel: Sometimes they go undercover as models.


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* PrettyInMink: A few episodes involve the angels modeling furs.
24th Nov '15 2:49:46 PM pepsimax
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Brought back to television in TheNewTens, the series uses the same premise as the original, with Annie Ilonzeh, Minka Kelly, and Rachael Taylor as the Angels, and Ramón Rodriguez as Bosley. With the passing of John Forsythe (Charlie), executive producer Leonard Goldberg is the only constant across all three iterations of the franchise. Where the original Angels were all frustrated policewomen, the new Angels are all convicts getting a second chance from Charlie.

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Brought back to television in TheNewTens, the series uses the same premise as the original, with Annie Ilonzeh, Minka Kelly, and Rachael Taylor Creator/RachaelTaylor as the Angels, and Ramón Rodriguez as Bosley. With the passing of John Forsythe (Charlie), executive producer Leonard Goldberg is the only constant across all three iterations of the franchise. Where the original Angels were all frustrated policewomen, the new Angels are all convicts getting a second chance from Charlie.
13th Oct '15 12:50:22 AM foxley
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* CircusEpisode: In "Circus of Terror", a circus owned and operated by an old fashioned thinking gypsy, has been plagued by some unexplained accidents. His son turns to Charlie for help and so the girls go undercover, Kris working for the knife thrower, Kelly as a stunt motorcycle rider, and Sabrina working for a mime.
4th Sep '15 6:09:19 AM GnomeTitan
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* BrainwashedAndCrazy: On the first season episode "The Seance", Kelly is hypnotized into believing that Jill is her childhood nemesis and tries to kill her.
** Happens to Julie in a late fifth season episode "Attack Angels" where she becomes stuck under the trance of a hypnotist who specializes in using brainwashed young women as killers.
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On the first season episode "The Seance", Kelly is hypnotized into believing that Jill is her childhood nemesis and tries to kill her.
** Happens This happens to Julie in a late fifth season episode "Attack Angels" where she becomes stuck under the trance of a hypnotist who specializes in using brainwashed young women as killers.
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28th Aug '15 9:42:22 PM ericap
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** Although much of the alleged explicitness of "Angels in Chains" comes downs to people's memories cheating, there are still a few racy moments (not to mention a blatantly lesbian prison guard) that might have been challenging to get on US network TV in the 1980s, never mind 1976. Season four's "Caged Angel" featured Kris going undercover to investigate a series of jewelry thefts. In the episode, she is taunted and bullied throughout by a heavy set female prisoner named Big Aggie who is all but hinted at being a lesbian.

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** Although much of the alleged explicitness of "Angels in Chains" comes downs to people's memories cheating, there are still a few racy moments (not to mention a blatantly lesbian prison guard) that might have been challenging to get on US network TV in the 1980s, never mind 1976. Season four's
** The fourth season episode
"Caged Angel" featured Kris going undercover to investigate a series of jewelry thefts. In the episode, she is taunted and bullied throughout by a heavy set female prisoner named Big Aggie who is all but hinted at being a lesbian.
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