Charlie's Angels

Season 1 Episode 16

Dirty Business

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Feb 02, 1977 on ABC
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After two masked men set fire to a film processing company, it's up to the Angels to locate the arsonists. However, they must convince the client's son to help them solve the case.

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  • Baylor Baiting an Angel

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    Jill is keeping Detective Baylor updated on the Goldman case.

    Jill is unaware that Baylor's is in deep involvement in planting evidence at the Mansecu apartment.

    While Sabrina, Kelly, and Jill are viewing Marvin's pornographic films a man and car are caught accidentally while being taped on film.

    Jill still unaware of Baylor's involvement calls him to come to the site where the film was shot. When Baylor and his men arrive they corner Jill, but she uses karate and quick thinking to escape and Kelly and Sabrina are right on time to apprehend Baylor and his men.moreless

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  • QUOTES (4)

    • Bosley: Mrs. Evers?
      Mrs. Evers: Yes!
      Bosley: I stopped by your house and your maid told me you were here. So I took a small liberty...
      Mrs. Evers: Did you enjoy it?
      Bosley: Enjoy what?
      Mrs. Evers: Taking a small liberty with my maid.
      Bosley: Oh, no, no, not with her, with you. What I mean is she-- I wanted to talk with you and so I took the small liberty of coming down.
      Mrs. Evers: I'm glad we worked that out.

    • (Watching a free-form film on Little Bo Peep.)
      Jill: Oh, Little Bo Peep.
      Sabrina: That is not that Little Bo Peep I knew and loved as a child.
      Kelly: Yeah, well this is the unabridged edition.

    • Kelly: She gets Baylor and I get Marvin.
      Sabrina: Listen. Suffering-- It builds character.
      Kelly: Right
      Sabrina: You know what I mean?
      Kelly: Yeah. (Kelly turns and goes up the back lot stairs.)

    • (Watching the free-form film about Little Bo Peep.)
      Jill: Oh, how do they do that?
      Kelly: Very carefully.

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • (Watching a free-form film on Little Bo Peep.)
      Jill: Oh, Little Bo Peep.
      Sabrina: That is not that Little Bo Peep I knew and loved as a child.
      Kelly: Yeah, well this is the unabridged edition.

      Little Bo Peep is a nursery rhyme about a little girl who was tending her sheep and lost them.

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