An inexperienced Bailey faces the resentment of the staff when she's allowed to produce her own show, which draws the biggest crowd of freaks, weirdos and losers the city has ever seen.
An inexperienced Bailey faces the resentment of the staff when she's allowed to produce her own show, which draws the biggest crowd of freaks, weirdoes and losers the city has ever seen.
After finding a number of bottles containing messages, including a photograph, from a mysterious girl, Laura finds an abandoned baby. Laura takes the child in and cares for it like it was her own, not knowing it belongs to a timid young woman with an abusive father.
Charles inherits the entire estate of a wealthy uncle. Within 24 hours the family suddenly becomes Harriet Oleson's best pals. They are pressured to make various contributions throughout the community, and even receive newspaper article offers to chronicle this tremendous change in their lives.
Charles inherits the entire estate of a wealthy uncle. Within 24 hours the family suddenly becomes Harriet Oleson's best pals. They are pressured to make various contributions throughout the community, and even receive newspaper article offers to chronicle this tremendous change in their lives. Things get worse when this newfound fortune threatens the family's relationships with their real friends.
A bus traveling to the Sunwest Dude Ranch has a passenger murdered on the trip, and the Angels arrive to investigate. A dramatic chase on horseback is the only way to catch the criminals.
Several people travel by bus to the Sunwest Dude Ranch, and when they arrive one of them is dead. The man, identified as Joseph Frisch, was clubbed over the head, and one of the other passengers must be guilty because the bus, made no stops. Charlie's Angels arrive at the ranch shortly after, pretending to be three innocent visitors. By flirting with each of the suspects, they try to figure out what happened. George Jackson is known as an unscrupulous private eye, and the Angels watch him carefully since whatever he is doing is probably connected with the crime. Jean Trevor, another passenger, is romantically involved with Ed Miller, and E Cole is a sullen man who says very little, but the Angels can find no con-nection between these people and Joseph Frisch. Then Charlie learns of a big real estate swindle several years ago involving all of the passengers on the bus. Miss Trevor has stated that she did not know Frisch, yet they worked together. The link is supplied when the man who died o the bus is found to be not Frisch, but Ed Miller. The real Frisch, trying to \avoid being found, killed him and took his wallet and this is the man George Jackson is being paid to find. Jackson makes a telephone call, and that afternoon two new visitors arrive, Sloan and Farrell. When they realize their plan to kill Frisch is known, they try to escape, but all the roads have been blocked. Quickly, they take two horses, and there is no way for the Angels to capture them without doing the same. Kris, Kelly and Sabrina all ride beautifully in an exciting chase. 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.
Caine's (DAVID CARRADINE) peace of soul reaches out to break the power of a curse more deadly than the cave-in sealing him and a group of other prisoners in a mine.
It's kung fu vs. Brazil's fighting technique of capoeira as a man learns from Caine (DAVID CARRADINE) that to fight injustice anywhere is to fight it everywhere.
After Jeannie reads how to turn things into porcelain in the Genie Journal, Tony finds that his report to Dr. Bellows is now porcelain. He explains he has taken up ceramics as a hobby. At home, Tony finds that Jeannie is taking care of Djinn Djinn, the invisible, uniform-hating dog, for a few days. Mrs. Bellows sees the porcelain report and asks to see more of Tony's work. Learning that the Bellows are coming, Tony asks Jeannie to turn the garage into a workshop. There, Jeannie accidentally turns Djinn Djinn into porcelain and pops off to Baghdad for the antidote. Amanda sees the porcelain dog and insists she wants it. Dr. Ferber, an art expert, declares it's a priceless 15th Century Peking Dog. When Tony tries to smash it, Dr. Bellows puts the dog in the NASA vault. Jeannie is shocked to find Djinn Djinn locked in a safe. When Gen. Peterson learns the statue was modeled after the dog that once bit him, he opens the safe to check. As Jeannie blinks, Djinn Djinn, now invisible, pops out and rips into everybody. The General calls Bellows a mad fiend for putting a dog in a safe. Posing as a little old lady, Jeannie retrieves Djinn Djinn. When Dr. Bellows asks for the statue, Jeannie blinks. Shattered pottery pops in at her feet and Dr. Ferber sobs for the lost treasure.
Feeling Tony would have more time for her, Jeannie puts his house up for sale.
Displeased when Samantha discourages a drunk by witchcraft, Darrin declares Samantha should disclose she's a witch so she sends him into a dream. At first Larry won't believe she's a witch. When she demonstrates her powers, he suggests she help him seize control of the world. Darrin won't allow Samantha to use her powers for gain and Larry fires him. Samantha does tricks to convince the Kravitzes. Although Gladys' suspicions are confirmed, she is frightened despite Samantha's assurances that she never harms anybody. As the dream continues, Darrin is mobbed when the Kravitzes sell tickets and popcorn. Samantha refuses everybody, including Mickey Mantle and an actor who wants to be President. Darrin can't get a job and Tabitha's friends won't play with her because Samantha won't use her witchcraft. General Stanton and Agent W report public demands that the Stephens be burned as witches. Samantha refuses when they ask her to use magic in the country's defense. She is shocked when Darrin insists she will. The Stephens are interned by the Army. Darrin pleads to get out as Samantha and Tabitha are taken for interrogation. Samantha ends his dream and sends him into peaceful sleep. The next morning, Samantha dramatically proclaims her intentions to confess she's a witch. Darrin protests and Samantha asks why he changed his mind. She smiles as Darrin says "he slept on it."
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