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Charlie's Angels season 2

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26 episodes (1749 views)

Air weekdate:Wednesday Cast:Jaclyn Smith, Farrah Fawcett, Kate Jackson, Shelley Hack, Cheryl Ladd, Tanya Roberts, John Forsythe, David Doyle Genre:Action, Adventure Channel:ABC (US) Status:Ended

7 (11 votes)

Charlie's Angels season 2 episodes list:

Episode #1: Angels in Paradise (1) (air date: 1977-09-14)

Sabrina and Kelly voice their displeasure at Charlie's hiring of a new Angel, after Jill leaves the team to become a professional race car driver. Sabrina warns Charlie that maybe they won't like her but maybe they will. Seconds later, Kris Monroe bursts through the office doors of the Townsend Agency, having been plucked from the Police academy in San Francisco by Charlie. All of the Angels' concerns dissolve at first sight of Jill's younger sister, who is welcomed to the fold.

Episode #2: Angels in Paradise (2) (air date: 1977-09-14)

The new team's first assignment- find Charlie, who has been kidnapped during his vacation in Hawaii. Sabrina, Kelly and Kris follow teh kidnapper's instructions and meet their ""client"", Leilani Sako, a smuggler who orders the Angels to break her husband, Billy, out of jail in exchange for Charlie's release. They do the job as directed, but by then Charlie is taken from Leilani's clutches by a rival smuggling gang led by the crude Mr. Blue.

Episode #3: Angels on Ice (1) (air date: 1977-09-21)

Ice show stars Jack Ward and Helene Robinson are kidnapped six days before opening night, and suspicion falls on Billy, a mentally ill handyman with a crush on Helene. The Angels, however, suspect there's more to this case, especially after two foreign skaters, Olga and Luisi, offer their services to the show, having already memorized the routines of the missing stars.

Episode #4: Angels on Ice (2) (air date: 1977-09-21)

Next to disappear is Iggy, the show's prop man, along with a floor plan of the auditorium. Iggy is soon replaced by a relative of Olga's. A promising lead is provided to Sabrina by a homeless man living in the parking lot, who links the series of crimes with a limosine sporting diplomatic license plates. Kelly follows the limo to an Arabian restaurant, but she is captured and locked in an abandoned warehouse with Iggy and the missing skaters.

Episode #5: Pretty Angels All in a Row (air date: 1977-09-28)

The manager of the Miss Chrysanthemum Pageant thinks someone is trying to ruin the pageant when several incidents occur to scare off the contestants. Kris and Kelly become contestants, and discover the competition is being eliminated and judges bribed to ensure the bad guy's daughter wins.

Episode #6: Angel Flight (air date: 1977-10-05)

The Angels enroll in a stewardess school to investigate mysterious threats that result in the murder of a student.

Episode #7: Circus of Terror (air date: 1977-10-19)

A gypsy ringmaster refuses to call the police despite many attempts to ruin his circus. His son calls for help and the Angels respond.

Episode #8: Angel in Love (air date: 1977-10-26)

Sabrina falls in love with Doug O'Neal at the Utopia West resort who then becomes a suspect in a murder that the Angels are called to investigate.

Episode #9: U.F.A's (Unidentified Flying Angels) (air date: 1977-11-02)

Dr. Franklin Perine and former astronaut Jim Britten run the Celestial Research Foundation, which promises contributors life in outer space in exchange for large donations. When a wealthy woman disappears, the Angels cleverly sneak into a meeting to investigate.

Episode #10: Angels on the Air (air date: 1977-11-09)

When someone tries to kill a radio newswoman, the station turns to Charlie for help. Because their voices are similar, Kelly takes over the newswoman's on-air duties, while Kris and Sabrina check up on some of the threats she's been receiving.

Episode #11: Angel Baby (air date: 1977-11-16)

The Angels help out Kelly's old friend who thinks his fiancee has deserted him. It turns out she is about to have his child and sell it on the black market, rather than force him to marry her. The Angels track her down at the Warfield Home for Girls, where pregnant girls are tricked into giving up their babies and then are held there as prisoners.

Episode #12: Angels in the Wings (air date: 1977-11-23)

The Angels join the cast and crew of a musical production in order to find a phantom named Anton Metzger, a deranged mute who haunts the set of the show where his lost love performed many years ago.

Episode #13: Magic Fire (air date: 1977-11-30)

Aging illusionist Wendell Muse is hassled by authorities when a series of suspicious fires plagues his performances. Muse hires the Angels to prove that he is not moonlighting as an arsonist.

Episode #14: The Sammy Davis Jr. Kidnap Caper (air date: 1977-12-07)

The Angels become bodyguards for Sammy Davis, Jr. after an attempt is made to abduct the superstar from a restaurant. But when Sammy's obnoxious look-alike, Herbert Brubaker III, comes to visit, the kidnappers abduct Brubaker by mistake.

Episode #15: Angels on Horseback (air date: 1977-12-21)

A tour group headed for the Sunwest Dude Ranch becomes a busload of suspects when one of them is murdered before they reach their destination. The Angels disguise themselves as ordinary visitors to investigate.

Episode #16: Game, Set, Death (air date: 1978-01-04)

Kris enters a tennis tournament when a series of unexplained accidents leaves one of the stars dead and the others too frightened to play.

Episode #17: Hours of Desperation (air date: 1978-01-11)

When a jewel thief double-crosses his partners, the crooks enlist the Angels to help them recover their missing partner and a sack of priceless rubies. In order to persuade the Angels to help them, the crooks suit Sabrina with a belt full of explosives.

Episode #18: Diamond in the Rough (air date: 1978-01-18)

Ex-jewel thief Freddie the Fox enlists the Angels to help him steal the famous Light of Arabia diamond so that he can return it to a museum and retire from crime forever.

Episode #19: Angels in the Backfield (air date: 1978-01-25)

A pair of motorcyclists terrorizing a football team brings the Angels out onto the field. Sabrina joins the team while Kelly checks up on an ex-player with a chip on his shoulder.

Episode #20: The Sandcastle Murders (air date: 1978-02-01)

When Kris' friend becomes the next victim in a series of surfside murders, the Angels investigate.

Episode #21: Angel Blues (air date: 1978-02-08)

After freaking out during a concert, folk singer Amy Waters calls her father to say she's coming home but ends up dead. The Angels try to find anyone who saw Waters the night she died.

Episode #22: Mother Goose is Running for His Life (air date: 1978-02-15)

Leland Swinnerton, better known as Mother Goose, is president of a toy company that someone is trying to sabotage. Sabrina and Kelly go undercover to sabotage the saboteurs while Kris and Bosley follow close behind.

Episode #23: Little Angels of the Night (air date: 1978-02-22)

The Angels reluctantly pose as call girls to catch a killer with a penchant for blondes.

Episode #24: The Jade Trap (air date: 1978-03-01)

A jilted gigolo murders a wealthy woman and pins the crime on a jewel thief. Charlie calls in the Angels to set a trap. Kelly poses as a lonely heiress, Kris plays a Swedish movie star, Bosley a flamboyant auctioneer and Sabrina a hotel employee.

Episode #25: Angels on the Run (air date: 1978-05-03)

Larry Kantrelle, a dump truck driver, is kidnapped at gunpoint after two men throw a mysterious package into his vehicle. Kantrelle's wife becomes worried and she enlists the Angels to get her husband back.

Episode #26: Antique Angels (air date: 1978-05-10)

A tank of radioactive gas is stolen and the Angels' only clue is the tire track of a 1930s automobile. The girls go undercover as reporters at a nearby antique auto rally.

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