Charlie's Angels

Season 3 Episode 3

Angel Come Home

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Sep 20, 1978 on ABC
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Jill Munroe receives an urgent cablegram summoning her home, only to discover it was a ruse to flush out Formula One car designer Paul Ferrino. To protect his new turbo-charged racer from saboteurs, Ferrino asks Jill to drive it in the Grand Prix, hoping that a victory will bring needed research funds. The Angels begin some high-gear sleuthing when a mysterious car explosion kills Jill's fiance and she becomes the next target.moreless

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  • Jill comes home but not interesting things happen. A silly storyline and not an interesting episode.

    4.0
    Jill comes home and meet her sister, Sabrina, Kelly and Bosley but nothing interesting really happens. The storyline is quite silly with a story about a Formula One car designer who asks Jill to drive his last car, a vehicle which kills Jill's fiance.



    I thought Jill was going to spend more time with the Angels and Bosley but this doesn't happen, so I felt very disappointed about this episode, probably one of the worst of the series I've seen. They could have done a better story to bring Jill back and inlude her in a case, but instead of that they did a boring episode.moreless
Stephen Collins

Stephen Collins

Steve Carmody

Guest Star

Bill Vint

Bill Vint

Danny Bligh

Guest Star

Dolly Martin

Dolly Martin

Andrea Lassiter

Guest Star

Farrah Fawcett

Farrah Fawcett

Jill Munroe [credited as Farrah Fawcett-Majors]

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Goof: Notice that Kris is in heels as she is walking through the house and when she steps into the sand but when she and Jill are jumping around together, she is in flats.

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Kelly: We've got another eye witness. Andrea Lassiter.
      Danny: What's that mean?
      Kelly: It just means that Andrea can afford a very good attorney. She's got well-connected friends, doesn't she. She'll make a deal. Bet on it!
      Sabrina: Just depends who gets to the D.A. first.

    • Charlie: Kris, I have your assignment. Stick with Jill night and day.
      Kris: Thanks, Charlie.
      Jill: Shouldn't be too difficult. She's done that since we were kids. Why should things chance. (laughing)
      Kris: (mocking Jill) She's done that since we were kids.

    • Steve: Wait a minute. Don't tell me, don't tell me 'cause I've heard all about you two. Uh, (walking over to Sabrina and Kelly who look at each other) Kelly? (pointing with his hands at Kelly)
      Kelly: Right.
      Steve: And Bree.
      Sabrina: Heard all about us, huh? Well I don't know if I like that.
      Kelly: I hope she didn't tell you everything.
      Steve: Well, she didn't tell me everything. But she made one thing clear. Either I do exactly as I'm told or she calls in you two and. (gesturing his hand in a chopping block motion)
      Sabrina: Precisely.

    • Kris: (chasing after Jill who left with Paul Farrino on his motorcycle) Is she out of her mind?
      Sabrina: Well, whatever she's doing, she didn't look too unhappy about it.
      Kelly: She sure didn't.

    • Jill: Come on. I'll be in a public parking lot surrounded by all my friends. The only danger will be the exhaust fumes.

    • Kris: (coming through office door) Hi.
      Sabrina: Whatcha doing here?
      Kelly: I thought you had the day off.
      Kris: Oh, I do. I just was in the neighborhood and I have a friend with me (gesturing outside the door) I thought maybe you'd might like to say hello.
      Sabrina: I don't know. We're pretty busy here.
      Jill: (peaking around the door corner) Pretty busy, huh?

    • Jill: (After her reunion with Kris on the beach) What's with the stupid emergency anyway. (digging in her purse)
      Kris: What.
      Jill: What do you mean "What?" (pulling out and unfolding a piece of paper) The cable you sent.
      Kris: I didn't. (holding onto the cable gram)
      Jill: (reading cable gram) "TOP URGENT. COME BACK. MATTER OF LIFE OR DEATH."
      Kris: I didn't send you any cable. There's no emergency.
      Jill: Somebody says there is. "LIFE OR DEATH." (both looking at each other puzzled)

  • NOTES (4)

    • Jill says that she is on leave from the Agency.

      Kelly poses as a reporter from Insider Magazine when she spoke with Danny.

    • Opening credit scenes:
      Charlie: Once upon a time, there were three little girls who went to the police academy. Two in Los Angeles... (Sabrina shooting at the range and Kelly flipping a guy)....the other in San Francisco. (Kris maneuvering through cones) And they were each assigned very hazardous duties, (Sabrina giving a parking ticket, Kelly at the school crosswalk and Kris at the operation board) but I took them all away from that (Sabrina and Kelly come out of the Police Department and Kris comes in from the left and joins them) and now they work for me. My name is Charlie.
      Kate Jackson; middle shadow with walkie-talkie has five scenes: driving stock car in Hellride, climbing pole in Mother Angel, crouching in swamp in the The Pilot, taking sip of drink at office bar and laughing on beach in Angels in Paradise Pt 1.
      Jaclyn Smith; left shadow in karate stance, moved from 3rd to 2nd position, has 5 scenes: Running from her car in Angels on Wheels, flipping her hair on a motorcycle in The Pilot, camera getting taken away from her in The Killing Kind, turning around and putting on sun hat in Night of the Strangler and elbowing someone in Consenting Adults.
      Cheryl Ladd; right shadow with gun has 5 scenes: Running down hill in The Sammy Davis Jr. Kidnap Caper, magic act in Magic Fire, on boat pushing hair back in Angels In Paradise pt 2, knife being thrown in Circus of Terror and sitting in jacuzzi in Angels in Springtime.

      David Doyle; has 2 scenes: handing a present to Sabrina from Hellride and in golf cart in Angels in Vegas Pt. 2.

    • Farrah Fawcett justified her decision to leave Charlie's Angels in 1977 on a technicality: she was under no obligation to continue with the show beyond the first season because she never signed her contract. After Aaron Spelling took the matter to court in 1978, a judge ruled that because Fawcett was paid, $5000 per episode, the contract was implied and therefore enforceable. Fawcett settled out of court; as part of the compromise, she agreed to appear in six episodes of Angels over two seasons

    • This is Farrah Fawcett's 1st guest starring appearance as Jill Munroe in her contractually-obligated returns. The majority of her scenes are interactions between Jill and younger sister, Kris.

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