The year is 1976 and the show Charlie's Angels hit the air. Little did the creators know that this show left a lasting impression on my childhood. Nope, I did not grow up in the 70s, my mom did. I suppose it was because my mother had her children at a young age that the nostalgia of the shows she watched as a teen comforted her into adulthood. Thus, I watched every season and every episode of Charlie's Angels growing up. Witnessing the ups of the original Farrah years, and the whuck seasons of Tiffany and Julie. We also watched a lot of Alice and Columbo...Are you jealous, yet?
Enter The Night Shift nurses squad - you have the Head of the nurses' station, Nurse Mollie Ramos, played by Esodie Geiger, Nurse Jocelyn Diaz trauma extradinore, played by Alma Sisneros, and finally the girl rocking braids in her hair, Nurse Heather Bardocz, played by moi. Let's see that's 1-2-3 of us. BING! And Ragosa's Angels were born. Nurse Mollie is the leader, and naturally is the Kate Jackson - practical and efficient. Nurse Jocelyn is the Farrah Fawcett, beautiful and intelligent. Nurse Heather is the Jacyln Smith - smiley and versatile. Our Bosley is Dwayne the MRI tech with amazing comedic timing, played by Marc Comstock. Of course that leaves Charlie, the mysterious, yet charming ring leader. Without a doubt this has to go to Michael Ragosa, played by Freddy Rodriguez.
We have the quirky and exciting hospitalized Ragosa's Angels. We solve trauma surgery mysteries, go hand-to-hand combat with the healthcare system, and we do it all with flawless poise and grace. Catch Ragosa's Angels on channel Xanadu, check your local listing.
Bringing a little more Xanadu into the world.