Charlie's Angels

Waikiki Angels - S5-E6

Character mistake: At the Life Guard Trials, Kelly is the first Angel to arrive. She finishes 20th. Then, four other competitors arrive (21st / 22nd / 23rd / 24th). Then, Kris arrives. The judge says to her "You're 23." (00:11:15)

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Circus of Terror - S2-E7

Character mistake: The German dialogue between the ringmaster and the knife-thrower makes sense, but the words are spoken in a very awful way - hardly learned by heart and so wrongly pronounced, No German talks like that. (00:20:47 - 00:21:09)

Magic Fire - S2-E13

Character mistake: Bosley and the Angels are in the office and they discuss about the case they have just solved. Bosley calls Charlie "Charles", which despite being correct is definitely odd. Nobody has ever called Charlie by his given name. (00:45:50)

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To See an Angel Die - S5-E3

Character mistake: The character played by Cheryl Ladd is Kristine "Kris" Munroe, spelt with a U, not Monroe with an O. However, in the registration document in her car, the name is spelt with an O. (00:09:35)

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Angel Baby - S2-E11

Character mistake: Sabrina, Kris and Bosley are discussing a girl who has just died. Her name is Annette, as it has been repeated several times. However, in one line, Bosley says "Angela's mother", rather than "Annette's mother". (00:25:40)

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Circus of Terror - S2-E7

Plot hole: After Sabrina and Tarloff have finished their rehearsal, Kris is able to pick the real sword with no hesitation. There are still six swords left in the basket (one is real, five are fake). They all look the same, so how could Kris know the exact position of the real one? (00:43:30)

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Trivia: David Doyle plays John Bosley in this series. The surname Bosley was an in-joke reference to the fact that Doyle was often misidentified as Tom Bosley, who played Howard Cunningham in "Happy Days".

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Question: Having never seen the show, do any episodes show Charlie's face at all? Not just some of his face.

Answer: No, Charlie's face was never fully seen. In addition, Charlie was voiced by John Forsythe and he never even came to the set. Whenever we do see Charlie, it's a body double and not Forsythe.

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