A man dressed as an archer is causing accidents at Mammoth studios. The Angels go undercover as stunt women (after taking a crash course at Big Teddy's stunt school). The main target seems to be the stunt coordinator working on 'Lady West' and 'Marian and her Merry Maidens', the latter being a remake of an Errol Flynn classic.
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Did You Know?
With the departure of Shelley Hack
, the series fashions promptly declined, and Cheryl Ladd
is here once again looking the worst: when she makes a cocktail at the agency's bar, that blue sweater of hers is so unflattering, she looks like her clothes are wearing her. Equally, her hair is particularly dreadful, flat on her forehead with no volume and not styled. At the end, Kris sports an even more ghastly number: a baggy brown sweater with figure-widening horizontal stripes in a dull blue and white. Jaclyn herself is wearing a twin-set in a shade of pink that does her no favors, but would have been an asset for the diminutive Kris. As for Julie, she more often than not sports bright reds which completely clash with her dark red hair. Considering that the fashion "seasons" were at the height of popularity in the 80's, it is very strange that Nolan Miller didn't follow this wise trend and, instead, consistently seemed to choose very unflattering colors on purpose for most of the angels. This definitely did not help the show's ratings. See more
A close up during the Lady West filming reveals pieces to white fabric on the fan that show the airflow but no fabric is visible just before or just after the close up. The fabric is visible when stunt people later jump. See more
Why don't you call Kelly in the dressing room?
Also, get her back here. It's no fun getting abused without her.