When a lover's quarrel takes a deadly turn, ritzy ski-town Aspen puts the party on hold as the investigation reveals a story of sex, drugs and murder.
George begins to overstay his welcome, Meredith learns a secret about her father, and Bailey gets back into a surgery room.
When a man asks Jessica to come to his island to discover which of his family members is trying to kill him, he turns up dead before she arrives.
Nightclub owner Steve Moss goes missing after he fires one of his dancers. A ransom note appears, and the Angels learn the truth about Steve's wife Marian, and the dance show director Stacy Parrish.
The Angels are in Honolulu (hoping for two weeks of sun, surf and no assignments) when they receive a call from Charlie advising that Congressman Knight's son, David, honeymooning with his wife, Marti, has been attacked while moonlight picnicking on the beach. David is critically injured and Marti is missing. The Angels pass all the tests -- sign on as lifeguards. Marti has been kidnapped and terrorized by three toughs who hold her in a secluded beach house. The three men later ram the legs of Kris' lifeguard stand with their vehicle but Kelly and Julie arrive in time to save her as the toughs escape. Bosley finds that there have been other complaints of beach assaults and the Angels recognize, from the pictures, the three who tried to attack Kris. Ted, one of the men, unbeknownst to the other two, takes Marti out of the beach house and drives to a phone where he calls Bosley with a ransom offer. Meanwhile, Marti gets away and into a shopping center where she is spotted wandering in a daze and is rescued by the Angels. The other two men discover what Ted has done and kill him. Later, Kris and Kelly are picked up and taken by the two toughs to the beach house. Kelly gets to her radio (while the two have Kris in another room) and reaches Bosley and Julie who come to the rescue and apprehend the kidnappers. David and Marti are well on their way to full recovery.
A musical production needs the former stars of the show Ellen and Frank Jason to reconcile. Someone is determined to stop the act by any means necessary, until Kris becomes part of the performance.
Enrico Mancini's musical production is not going well. Ellen and Frank Jason, who starred in the show twenty years ago would be perfect for it now, but their marriage went bad and they dislike each other too much to work together. Frank, however, is in debt, and by having two brutes follow him around to remind him of that, Mancini hopes to pressure Frank into taking the job. Anton Metzger presents a different kind of problem, and it is to find him that the Angels are hired. Anton is now deranged and mute, but many years ago he was in love with another lady who performed this show in Europe, and he is determined to prevent anyone else from doing it. He haunts the rehearsals, dropping heavy objects from to terrify the crew. But no one even knows what he looks like, and he always disappears without a trace. Frank and Kris become very fond of each other, and since Kris did some acting in college, Frank says he will do the show, but only if Kris is his leading lady. They do an impressive song together, with Anton dreaming of his old love as he watches above. Ellen also performs a beautiful song, and Frank is so moved when he hears it that the two of them decide their marriage can still be saved. Kate Jackson, Jaclyn Smith. and Cheryl Ladd star as the Angels, Sabrina Duncan, Kelly Garrett and Kris Munroe, respectively, who work for Charlie, an unseen and very sophis-ticated boss who phones in their instructions. David Doyle stars as Bosley, Charlie's harried assistant.
James is recruited to play on Darrowby's cricket team against a nearby village, with hilarious results. Later, James turns to Granville for help with an ill puppy and finds himself sick as a dog after another night of drinking with Granville.
A highly successful psychiatrist and the beautiful patient he is in love with kill his wife and have it appear to be a robbery that resulted in murder...but Police Lieutenant Columbo has his doubts.
Gene Barry stars as Dan Varrel, a gangland big shot and ex-convict, who plots a diabolical scheme to avenge the homicide of his younger bother. When Varrel is released from jail, he seeks out Lois Williams (Nancy Gates), a singer in a cheap nightclub who was responsible for his brother's death at the hands of the police. Now destitute and a marked woman, Lois tries frantically to find a friend for protection from Varrel, without success. Desperate and overwrought by the strain of the approaching disaster, the girl goes to Varrel and begs him to end her misery. But the ruthless Varrel has other plans. He forces her to accept the management of a dress business he has organized. When the business prospers and Lois, in her happiness, has almost forgotten her former plight, Varrel moves in to culminate his retribution.
A gangland big shot and ex-con conceives a diabolical plot to avenge the homicide of his younger brother.
As the story opens, it is seen that we are in an old shack in the Old West. It is located at a crossroads and is a restaurant of sorts, a few miles out of town. Maggie Flynn is the owner and cook, assisted by Ben Morgan, an old-timer. When Ben leaves for more fuel, Maggie is left alone, but shortly afterwards, Del Delaney arrives. Del is in a strange mood, and does not relax, or take off his gun belt at Maggie's invitation. As Maggie prepares a meal, Red Hillman arrives. It is immediately obvious that the two men are at odds, and had Maggie not been present there would be gunplay. Although she tries her best, Maggie soon realizes she will not be able to stop the men from shooting one another. Or will she?
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