|Season 4, Episode 23|
|Air date||April 2, 1980|
|Written by||Robert Janes (story) & Kathryn Michaelian Powers (story & teleplay)|
|Directed by||Ron Satlof|
Three for the Money
One Love...Two Angels (Part 1)
When the Angels are marked for murder, Charlie hires his gal pal Toni and her three hunky detectives to protect the girls. A battle of the sexes ensues that the Angels may not mind losing.
Romantic Entanglements: All three Angels were physically attracted to their saviours and rescuers. Especially Kris, who liked seeing Bob Sorenson with his shirt off. Earlier, Tiffany admired Matt Parrish's butt just before she locked him in the closet.
Outcome: Toni's Boys completely outsmarted the Angels at every turn. The Angels are proven incompetent and needed the handsome men to rescue them.
Kris: What I want to know is: who gave you the right to go through Charlie's files?
Cotton Harper: Now just hold on there, Krissy...
Kris: Please don't talk to me like that. It sounds like you're calming down your horse.
Kris: [to the three Boys as they're walking away] Uh, ahem, yoo-hoo! Aren't you forgetting something?
Cotton: Like what?
Tiffany: Like us.
Kris: I wish we'd thought of that.
Tiffany: [to Charlie] Thanks for gettin' us help when we needed it.
Kelly: [to the Boys] All of you were really terrific, and we want to thank you.
Things of noteEdit
Guest stars: Barbara Stanwyck and Bob Seagren
This episode was a pilot for a spin-off called "Toni's Boys".
Kelly's car, a yellow mustang, was the one she consistently drove all series until it was blown up in this episode.
The Angels looked really bad in this episode. Not only did they each fail in their investigations (needing to be bailed out by one of the Boys each time), but they also couldn't look after themselves and needed to be rescued. Even with an enormous distraction, Kris and Kelly allowed themselves to be captured and then couldn't seem to take advantage of Cotton's first rescue attempt. In the end they were reduced to begging with their kidnapper to ask Charlie for a ransom instead of killing them.