After reporting the incident to the police, Helga Jonson enters the agency office to hire the Angels to find her business partner and friend, Sylvia Laven, both of who were attacked by two men in masks when they were just out for a run, with Sylvia abducted by them in the process. The Angels learn that the run was in preparation for the two to be part of a stunt event called "Twilliger's Twenty", where Mr. Twilliger of Twilliger's Togs sportswear has hired twenty attractive and fit women to run a fifteen mile staggered start race through the streets of Los Angeles wearing his running clothes, each woman completing the race paid $1,000, with the winner to receive $5,000. Initially only a starting point in their investigation, the Angels and Bosley believe the race has something to do with Sylvia's abduction. By race time, another entrant, Sally Cole, has also not shown up, they further believing Sally also abducted. Beyond the other seventeen runners who may have tried to eliminate the...
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refused to run braless in this episode, which was one of the reasons she was let go at the end of the season. She had also refused to wear bikinis and was constantly putting the show down as fluff, once saying it was "... so light it would take a week to get to the floor if you dropped it from the ceiling." See more
The roster of runners shows that the names of the sisters is "Croft" but they are called "Craft" in the show and in the end credits. See more
You think the gate guard's gonna buy this? 20A and 20B?
Well, if he says anything, tell him you're part of an entry. You know, like in a horse race.
Yeah, but what if he doesn't know from entries? Then what do we do?
You're in running clothes, outrun him.
References The Gong Show
I've Got the Gun Right Here
Written by Edward J. Lakso
Performed by Karen Specht
, Beth Specht
& Suzanne Niles
[Jane, June and Jan sing the song when they are interviewed by Millicent Krail] See more