“Mystery Girls” Episode “Passing The Torch” Airs On ABC Family August 6, 2014

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THE STARS OF THE ‘MYSTERY GIRLS’ REBOOT GO MISSING, AND
HOLLY AND CHARLIE BECOME THE SUSPECTS AND MUST CLEAR THEIR NAME
ON AN ALL-NEW “MYSTERY GIRLS,”
AIRING WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6TH, 8:30 PM ET/PT

BECCA TOBIN (“GLEE”) AND LARRY MILLER (“10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU”) GUEST STAR

In the ‘Mystery Girls’ reboot, Holly and Charlie have been recast with younger actresses, but when the stars go missing, they become the prime suspects and work to clear their name on an all-new episode of “Mystery Girls,” airing on Wednesday, August 6th at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT.

In “Passing the Torch,” Nick’s wildest dream comes true when he finds out that a ‘Mystery Girls’ reboot is in the works. The hit show’s former producer, Arthur J. Stanwyck (Miller), invites Holly and Charlie to be a part of the revived show, but the ladies are not too thrilled to learn they’ve been recast with new young stars, Kimmee (Tobin) and Tika. When the new stars go missing on set, Holly and Charlie become prime suspects and follow their trail to Las Vegas in an effort to clear their name and solve the case of the missing starlets.

“Mystery Girls” stars Tori Spelling as Holly, Jennie Garth as Charlie and Miguel Pinzon as Nick. The comedy series is executive produced by Tori Spelling, Jennie Garth, Andy Gordon (“Last Man Standing”), Shepard Boucher (“Men at Work”), Maggie Malina (“Single Ladies”) and John Ziffren. Tori Spelling and Shepard Boucher also serve as co-creators.

Source: ABC Family

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One thought on ““Mystery Girls” Episode “Passing The Torch” Airs On ABC Family August 6, 2014

  • August 6, 2014 at 12:45 pm
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    This show is so funny!

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