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Charlie's Angels

Season 4 Episode 23

Toni's Boys

Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Apr 02, 1980 on ABC
out of 10
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32 votes

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Episode Summary

After a number of attempts on the Angels' lives, Charlie hires Antonia Blake to protect them. Toni's boys are expert detectives but the Angels resist their orders to stay undercover and not venture out of Toni's mansion.

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  • Toni's Boys and Charlie's Angels

    Charlie hires Toni's Boys to investigate and protect the Angels. The Angels are not use to being the clients. At the start Angels and Toni's Investigators work together on the case, but this doesn't work out. Tiffany is captured and later Kris and Kelly are caught and are tied up and just about to be in tombed in a wine cellar. Toni's boys are the ones who capture the criminals and save the Angels. I gave a good rating because Kris, Kelly, and Tiffany were not centered stage, but rather the victims. I miss the Angels take charge attitude and adventure.moreless
Barbara Stanwyck

Barbara Stanwyck

Antonia McQueen

Guest Star

Bruce Bauer

Bruce Bauer

Matt Parrish

Guest Star

Bob Seagren

Bob Seagren

Bob Sorenson

Guest Star

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (2)

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Jade: What's your name?
      Bob: Bob Sorenson.
      Jade: Sounds nice. Has a certain ring to it. Take your shirt off.
      Bob: Take my shirt off?
      Jade: Yeah. I want to see the merchandise. (Bob takes his shirt off and Kris checks him out)
      Jade: What instruments do you play?
      Bob: Cello and a little piano.
      Jade: Is the rest of you that good?
      Bob: Well, I haven't had any complaints.

    • Jade: How does $500 a week sound?
      Bob: Well, I don't know. This buddy of mine used to own this place. Mike Durano. And I wouldn't want him to see me here working as a bouncer.
      Jade: I'll tell you in the first place, Mike Durano is out. He said he was going into a legitimate business. In the second place, I'm not seeing you as a bouncer. Nobody's going to touch you honey. You're a work of art.

    • (To Cotton)
      Toni: First thing in the morning, check out the stable where Durano's daughter used to take riding lessons. Matt see what you can find out about the Rochelle Modeling Agency he used as a front. And Bob, check out the striptease joint Durano use to own a piece of.

    • (Regarding Bob, Matt and Cotton)
      Kris: Well, I don't know about you two but I feel like were on a triple blind date with Captain America, James Bond and the Lone Ranger. Tiffany: And I think we're a little beyond the chaperon stage, don't you?

    • Toni: Now Bob is a former U.S. Olympic champion and Matt is master of disguises and Cotton is a champion rodeo rider, roper and tracker.

    • (To Kris)
      Tiffany: Psst, you don't think this some kind of dating service, do you?
      Kris: Oh, Come on. Charlie wouldn't do that.
      Tiffany: How do you know?

    • (To Kelly, Kris and Tiffany)
      Charlie: I have a nasty feeling someone wanted all of you out of the picture. Do you remember the near miss accident the three of you had last week?

  • NOTES (4)


    • Kris: All we need now is a cask of Amontillado.
      Kelly: I never would have guessed you were an Edgar Allan Poe fan.
      Tiffany: And a wine grower, too. My, my, how the criminal element is coming up in the world these days.

      This is a clear reference to the Edgar Allan Poe short story The Cask of Amontillado, in which the narrator, Montresor, seeks revenge on Fortunato. Montresor leads a Fortunato through a series of chambers beneath his palazzo with the promise of a taste of Amontillado, a wine that Montresor has just purchased. As they venture further into the chambers, Montresor gives Fortunado more and more wine to drink. When they reach the last underground chamber, Montresor chains Fortunato to the wall, builds a new wall to seal him in, and leaves him to die, very much in the same vain as Mr. Durano had planned to do to the Angels.