Finishing up the work week is another look at “The Blue Angels,” the episode of Charlie’s Angels that first aired on May 4, 1977. Timothy is about to get shot by Ed Lauter in the first few minutes of the episode. I have no idea what happens after that. With no Tim, I just lost interest.
I really should give this episode another chance, given that it was directed by the great Georg Stanford Brown. Known mostly for his fine acting, he’s also an accomplished director of series television and made-for-TV movies. He’s even voiced a video game character or two. Tim would have been a great voice-over artist, I think.
Today’s pic is another of Timothy’s fleeting appearance in “The Blue Angels,” the episode of Charlie’s Angels that first aired on May 4, 1977. He appears at the beginning of the episode, has a brief exchange with the late great Ed Lauter, gets shot by him, and dies. Don’t ask me what happens after that; I lost interest.
Directing this episode was the great Georg Stanford Brown, seasoned veteran of films and television since the 1960s and still active today. He has nearly as many directing credits as acting credits, and is equally skilled at both.
Today we take another look at “The Blue Angels,” the Charlie’s Angels episode that was first aired on May 4, 1977. Timothy only appears in the first few minutes. This is how he ends up, unfortunately.
He got a much more important role in his second appearance on the show later that year, in the episode “Angels on Ice.” “The Blue Angels” was directed by the prolific television actor and director Georg Stanford Brown.