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  • Season 1
    • Angel Hunt
      Angel Hunt
      Episode 2672151
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      Hola, chicas! A strange call from Charlie has the Angels visiting Diablo Island, Mexico. No resort, it’s a large cat preserve, and a guy with a beef with Charlie plans to hunt the heroines there unless Charlie surrenders. No time for tacos, ladies.
    • Charlie's Angels: Angels in Chains (Spanish)
      Hola! The Angels go to jail. While rescuing guest star Kim Basinger, a prostitute trapped in a murder and extortion ring, they get a rough n’ sexy hose down by a female guard. Enjoy short shorts, chases and cheesy ricochet sound effects. Pa-choo!
    • Charlie's Angels: Unidentified Flying Angel
      Rich people can be surprisingly stupid. Here, the Angels investigate the “Celestial Research Foundation,” which promises its wealthy donors a brand new life amid the wonders of outer space. Bon voyage, morons.
    • Charlie's Angels - Angel Baby
      Watch carefully, there’s some great stuff here. As our heroines infiltrate a home for girls, you’ll catch Bosley talking to Charlie on a ridiculous car phone. Plus, there’s a classic karate chop/knock-out punch, complete with sound effect.
    • Charlie's Angels - Little Angels In The Night
      Prostitutes in Dolly Smith’s apartment complex are dying and there’s a pizza delivery guy who has been acting quite strange lately. The Angels think the two events might be connected, but you know that’s much too convenient.
    • Charlie's Angels - Haunted Angels
      Sabrina pretends to be psychic. Don’t all psychics do that? Anyway, the team is tasked with investigating paranormal researcher Dr. Douglas Holden, who may be taking advantage of a desperate woman. Forget the spirits. Contact your lawyer, pal.
    • Charlie's Angels - Terror On Ward One
      Serial rapist, please report to Ward One. Serial rapist to Ward One. Thank you.” Okay, maybe they’re not broadcasting it over the intercom system, but the local hospital has announced a big problem. Looks like a job for Bosley and the Angels.
    • Charlie's Angels: Counterfeit Angels
      Will the real Angels, please stand up? Three look-a-like Angels are on a crime spree, and the cops are after the real Angels. The ladies must go undercover to catch the imposters. And yes, that's football star Bubba Smith as the muscle.
    • Charlies Angels: Bullseye
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      Set up an IV of hairspray, stat. The Angels are going to war! The ladies suit up in fatigues to solve the death of a Women's Army Corp recruit. Soon, the girls are targets themselves. But no sadistic sergeant is going to get the best of them. Not in this woman's army.moreless
    • Charlies Angels: Night Of The Strangler
      Kelly as bait? Who's not gonna fall for that trap? It seems Kelly bears an uncanny resemblance to a girl who was recently killed by the Rag Doll Strangler. Apparently, the guy's modus operandi is asphyxiating women with a large doll. Weird.
    • Charlies Angels: Consenting Adults
      Farrah on wheels? That's right, it's the famous episode featuring Farrah on a skateboard. In the final chase scene that made TV history, Farrah hops on an actual skateboard to get away from a bad guy.
    • Charlies Angels: The Killing Kind
      KENTUCKY DERBY - Celebrate the greatest race of the year with some horse-themed minisodes. We guarantee you a trifecta of laughs, chuckles, and even some guffaws.
    • Charlie's Angels: Hellrider
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      Ladies, start your engines. In episode one, Sabrina becomes a race car driver to help solve a death at the track. You'll see a fun car chase, certainly, but also note Jill's large spy cam in one of the scenes. In hindsight, 70s hi-tech was lame.
    • Charlies Angels: Death on Wheels
      An Angel kicking ass in a roller derby? That's HOT! Jill joins a roller derby team to investigate an "accidental" death, while Kelly narrowly escapes a date with destiny due to a ticking time bomb. As it turns out, Farrah's pretty mean on those skates.
    • Charlies Angels: Dirty Business
      The Angels watch some dirty movies. They're investigating a suspicious fire at an adult film studio and evidence is evidence, right? Fans of TV's The Incredible Hulk will be delighted to know this episode was directed by actor Bill Bixby.
    • Charlie's Angels - Island Angels
      Dead keynote speakers are sooo boring. The Angels must protect a speaker from an assassin before he gives a talk in Hawaii. Tanya Roberts (the new Angel) takes the lead. Listen, newbie, an Angel's work is never done, and it’s best done in a bikini.
    • Charlies Angels: Mexican Connection
      Mexican drug lords against the angels? Adios, muchachos. See what happens when the girls go south of the border and find themselves caught in the middle of a heroin turf war. Like all TV and movie plots involving drug dealers, this one inevitably culminates in a shootout with the DEA on a boat.moreless
    • Charlie's Angels - Circus Of Terror
      The Angels run off and join the circus. That’s not a figure of speech. They actually run off and join the circus. It’s all part of a crime investigation into a gypsy community beset by mysterious accidents.
    • Charlies Angels: Seance
      Charlies Angels: Seance
      Episode 365380
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      The Angels attend a séance to nab a thief, but Kelly gets hypnotized and blows their cover. Fortunately Sabrina cracks the case uses her brains to crack the case, and with a hair flip here, and a judo flip there, the girls come out on top.
    • Charlie's Angels: To Kill An Angel
      For someone who just got shot in the face, Kelly is looking darn fine. Satisfactory condition, indeed. She’s not quite out of the woods yet, because now she and the Angels must protect a disabled child who witnessed a murder.
    • Charlie's Angels: Angels In Chains
      Kelly and the girls get hosed down by a rough-but-sexy female prison guard. Kim Basinger guest stars as a young woman forced into prostitution. To liberate her, the angels go to prison to infiltrate a murder-extortion ring. Enjoy chase scenes, short shorts, small-town sheriffs and tons of those...
    • Charlies Angels: Big Tap Out
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      Crime pays for Mr. Roy David. Unfortunately, he always goes on to lose his profits at the blackjack table, leading him to steal again. But soon the Angels con him out of his dirty money. If only he’d realized gambling losses were tax deductable.
    • Charlies Angels: Blue Angels
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      Homicide at a massage parlor totally ruins the mood. Clues lead the Angels to a cop who reported the crime and a couple of recruits at the police training academy. Look for a young Dirk Benedict (The A-Team) as a bad guy, and a “super-cheesy ending.”
    • Charlies Angels: Vegas Connection
      What happened in Vegas? For starters, Cass Harper, a thuggish nightclub owner, has been blackmailing his former prostitutes. One of his girls breaks and asks the Angels to intervene. They agree, of course, because hey, free Vegas trip.
    • Charlies Angels: Hours Of Desperation
      Sabrina is da’ bomb. But not in the good way. A pair of jewel thieves have strapped a remote controlled explosive belt around her waist and the girls have 12 hours to find the third thief who ran off with the jewels, or ka-boom! Pop goes Sabrina.
    • Charlies Angels: Pretty Angels All In A Row
      Kelly and Kris want world peace. Together they pose as pageant contestants in the Miss Chrysanthemum contest. Why? Who cares! You get to see Cheryl Ladd throw some karate chops during the bathing suit competition.
    • Charlies Angels: Angels Come Home
      Farrah’s back! Jill returns, and she’s got some major baggage. Her old flame Ferrino wants her to drive his experimental race car, but he’s not happy when he meets Steve, her new fiancée. Drama! That’s what happens when you hire blondes, Charlie.
    • Charlies Angels: Angels In Springtime
      Pink leotards and jazzercising?! In a treasure chest of awesome Angel moments the girls go undercover at a spa to investigate the murder of a famous actress. Watch for the line, "Boogie, let it all go, that's right, make it feel good." Oh yeah.
    • Charlies Angels: Angel On My Mind
      Always valet park. Kris self-parks at a restaurant, and on her way out, she witnesses a murder and is nearly killed. Injured and amnesic, she stumbles into a random cab, leaving the girls to wonder where she went. Next time, Kris, just pay the $5.
    • Charlies Angels: Of Ghosts & Angels
      The Angel's mission this time? Team up with a ghost to battle a guy in a skeleton costume. While visiting Tiffany's rich friend Erica, the Angels experience rumblings usually restricted to B-Grade haunted houses. Oh, and there's a poltergeist car!
    • Charlies Angels: Big Tap Out
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      Crime pays for Mr. Roy David. Unfortunately, he always goes on to lose his profits at the blackjack table, leading him to steal again. But soon the Angels con him out of his dirty money. If only he’d realized gambling losses were tax deductable.
    • Charlies Angels: Blue Angels
      0.0
      Homicide at a massage parlor totally ruins the mood. Clues lead the Angels to a cop who reported the crime and a couple of recruits at the police training academy. Look for a young Dirk Benedict (The A-Team) as a bad guy, and a “super-cheesy ending.”
    • Charlie's Angels - Angel Trap
      Vive la Résistance! Vive Charlie’s Angels! Back in the 70s, World War II wasn’t such a distant memory. So a plot involving the murders of former French Underground members is believable…if any Angels plot is believable.
    • Charlies Angels: Vegas Connection
      What happened in Vegas? For starters, Cass Harper, a thuggish nightclub owner, has been blackmailing his former prostitutes. One of his girls breaks and asks the Angels to intervene. They agree, of course, because hey, free Vegas trip.
    • Charlies Angels: Hours Of Desperation
      Sabrina is da’ bomb. But not in the good way. A pair of jewel thieves have strapped a remote controlled explosive belt around her waist and the girls have 12 hours to find the third thief who ran off with the jewels, or ka-boom! Pop goes Sabrina.
    • Charlies Angels: Pretty Angels All In A Row
      Kelly and Kris want world peace. Together they pose as pageant contestants in the Miss Chrysanthemum contest. Why? Who cares! You get to see Cheryl Ladd throw some karate chops during the bathing suit competition.
    • Charlies Angels: Target: Angels
      An assassin with terrible aim targets the angels. Fearing for their feathered hair, the girls seek the safety of Charlie's compound. Unfortunately, they may have put their speaker-box boss in jeopardy by leading the bad guys right to him.
    • Charlies Angels: Angels In Springtime
      Pink leotards and jazzercising?! In a treasure chest of awesome Angel moments the girls go undercover at a spa to investigate the murder of a famous actress. Watch for the line, "Boogie, let it all go, that's right, make it feel good." Oh yeah.
    • Charlies Angels: Angel On My Mind
      Always valet park. Kris self-parks at a restaurant, and on her way out, she witnesses a murder and is nearly killed. Injured and amnesic, she stumbles into a random cab, leaving the girls to wonder where she went. Next time, Kris, just pay the $5.
    • Charlies Angels: Of Ghosts & Angels
      The Angel's mission this time? Team up with a ghost to battle a guy in a skeleton costume. While visiting Tiffany's rich friend Erica, the Angels experience rumblings usually restricted to B-Grade haunted houses. Oh, and there's a poltergeist car!
    • Charlies Angels: Angels Come Home
      Farrah’s back! Jill returns, and she’s got some major baggage. Her old flame Ferrino wants her to drive his experimental race car, but he’s not happy when he meets Steve, her new fiancée. Drama! That’s what happens when you hire blondes, Charlie.