The agency is hired by Christine Hunter, who is trying to locate her sister, Elizabeth Hunter. They are each other's only family. What Christine knows is that Elizabeth was arrested in Pine Parish, Louisiana on trumped-up drug possession charges as she was backpacking though the area, and sentenced to one-year incarceration at the Pine Parish Prison Farm for Women. Christine had never been able to see Elizabeth in prison, the prison officials always giving one excuse or another. What Christine has subsequently been told is that Elizabeth has since been paroled. However, Christine is certain that if Elizabeth had indeed been released, she would have been in contact. With only Pine Parish Deputy Sheriff Dan Winston helping them in being a contact - he who admits he has been kept on the outside of any of the prison's affairs - the Angels may be in for a difficult case as they have to get inside the prison as inmates themselves. Once inside, they have to gain the confidence of the other ...
Did You Know?
Though Kim Basinger
was never hired as one of the Angels per se, at the end of this episode, her character ("Linda Oliver") was interviewed and/or hired for the receptionist job at the agency. See more
At the beginning of the show, none of the Angels' cars are parked in front of the office. Yet, all three Angels are inside, talking with Bosley and the client.
Oh, with no cars parked outside, at least none of the Angels parked illegally in the "no parking" zones (the red paint). See more
You have half an hour to get ready, girls.
Ready for what?
You're going to a party. And believe me, it's an invitation you can't refuse.
Referenced in Charlie's Angels