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Charlie's Angels: Royal Angels

The Angels must uncover who is behind the assassination of an African king while protecting his son, Mark, the sole heir to the throne. As Mark struggles to deal with the tremendous responsibility that is suddenly thrust upon him, Ray works alongside Kate to investigate the shooting, which causes her to reconsider their relationship.

Episode Info

Episode number: 1x7
Airdate: Thursday November 10th, 2011

Alternate Airdates:

UK (E4) Jan 11, 2012


Special Guest Stars
Romeo MillerRomeo Miller
As Mark Bakale

Guest Stars
Isaiah MustafaIsaiah Mustafa
As Ray Goodson
Inbar LaviInbar Lavi
As Dominique Berry
Jeff MooreJeff Moore
As Archer Langley
Raquel AlessiRaquel Alessi
As Tabitha Williams
Richard BrooksRichard Brooks
As Unknown
Main Cast
Minka KellyMinka Kelly
As Eve French
Rachael TaylorRachael Taylor
As Abby Sampson
Annie IlonzehAnnie Ilonzeh
As Kate Prince
Ramon RodriguezRamon Rodriguez
As John Bosley
Victor GarberVictor Garber
voiced Charles "Charlie" Townsend


The scene opens with the Angels at a College basketball game where Bosley is playing in a game. Abby points out the basketball player that could go pro. His name is Mark Bakale and his father is African Royalty. Meanwhile, a person in a hooded sweatshirt makes their way to the stairs with a bag. Kate sees that her ex-fiancé, Ray. She says that she broke off the relationship and that she is over him. Suddenly, there are shots fired and Mark’s father is hit. The Angels and Ray rush to his side as Bosley takes Mark away. Kate checks to see if they can save Mark’s father, but it is too late. He is dead. Later, Ray tells his boss that he has the case. The Angels wonder why there were four shots heard, but only two shots. They find that the shooter was not just targeting Mark’s father, they were targeting Mark too. Eve asks where the security detail took Mark. ..

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