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Charlie's Angels Run for the Border

7/25/2007 3:39 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Chico's Angels: Click to watchImagine if the Angels were a bit more masculine, a whole lot trampier and spoke English as a second language. That's just what you get -- in this South of the border version called "Chico's Angels."

The stars, Kay Sedia, Chita Parole and Frieda Lay, started their live show in a small basement theatre of Los Angeles Mexican restaurant Casita del Campo in Silver Lake. The shows have become a local cult favorite and received rave reviews from L.A. critics. Now the loca girls gone wild have their own movie trailer ... but no movie! Check out the trailer. Es muy caliente! Ay!

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R.Zimmerman    

It may not shock anyone to know that Casita del Campo is located in a very gay part of L.A.
Ay carajo!

2557 days ago
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kim suck    

FIRST or THIRD

2557 days ago
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Megan    

I've seen each episode (performed live on stage) 2x or more!

I can't wait for episode 4!!

2557 days ago
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suchagooddog    

hey r. zimmerman --
"a very gay part of la?" as opposed to the "very straight part of la?"
what century is it again?

2557 days ago
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Mad As Hell    

These guys are hilarious. This is the first time that i've laughed in days, from reading a story here on TMZ, nice switch, and good job. The rest of the news is depressing.

2557 days ago
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The 5th Horseman    

It don't matter if they're gay or not it's funny stuff.

2557 days ago
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b    

very funny! who cares what part of LA they're in... they're awesome!

2557 days ago
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costaMesaboy    

estupido

2557 days ago
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hennahabit    

Kay also sells Tupperware and you can have a Tupperware party with her. Her Tupperware site isn't hard to find online. LOVE HER!!!

2557 days ago
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Miraty    

Being funny is not based on sexuality. I've watched this "movie preview" and it is one of the funniest things I've seen in a long time. They need to film episodes and place them on their myspace page or you tube. It's time to share outside of LA.

2557 days ago
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R.Zimmerman    

Hey, #5 suchagooddog, yes, a very gay part of L.A. and there are several such communities in the greater TMZ. Where a very large percentage of the population is gay, open, and likes it that way. Where commercial enterprises are gay-oriented and gay-patronized. (BTW is there something wrong with that in the black hole of your very progressive mind??)That is different from the diverse general communities of L.A. Why does every self-righteous moron who takes it on themselves to be a defender of the picked-upon ALWAYS say something about what century this is or what planet this is?? For God's sake, think things out and don't blow the same tired cliches out of your a** when you all injured and indignant. All that being said, drag is rarely funny. Sorry. Just my opinion. If you like that kind of overdone, predictable stuff, enjoy.

2557 days ago
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Mohollywood    

This troup writes, directs, crews and performs all their own material, completely original with a hint of improv thrown into the live performances. I salute them for making something, DYI live and on film and bringing the funny!

2557 days ago
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Rocco    

God, make it a REAL local show and keep it in Mexico!

2557 days ago
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ezze    

Newsflash R. Zimmerman ~ Because they're not directed/produced/acted by Jews doesn't make them overdone or predictable. It makes them rare and original.

2556 days ago
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Danny    

Roccotool, you big silly, L.A. IS Mexico, a very Gay part of Mexico at that.

2555 days ago
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