Awkward, awkward, awkward. That is the only way I can think to describe the Charlie’s Angels TV show. The dialouge is awkward, the fight scenes are awkward, the stunts are awkward, and worst of the all the acting is awkward. If any of you saw Minka Kelly on Friday Night Lights, her awkwardness will not come as a suprise to you. But, you will be surpised to know it can get worse. You mix Kelly in with Annie Ilonzeh and Rachel Taylor and we get a whole new level of awkward. Watching the girls interact is like watching three pretty girls realize that there are other pretty people in the world. They stand to close to each other and seem like they are always fighting the urge to touch each others faces. Then just for fun lets toss in a Bosley who seems like he doesn’t belong here and knows it. Ramon Rodriquez’s Bosley seems to struggle to interact with the girls and really cannot do an emotional shift. Watch the episode just to see him try to go from smarmy, as he heads out to a hot tub party, to heartbroken as one the first Angel’s is killed, it just doesn’t work. So, if you are looking for a way to kill an hour on a Thursday night, my suggestion would be read a book, but if you are just dead set on watching TV then I guess you can check out Charlie’s Angels.