Condon has always been on the side of the Angels. He was 11 and already a Kate Jackson fan (from her stint on The Rookies) when the series premiered. "I saw an ad in TV Guide for a new show they said was full of mystery, intrigue and adventure," he recalls. "I made sure I was home to watch it." Home was Waltham, Mass., where Condon lived with his widowed mother, Joyce, a psychiatric nurse, and his older brother and sister. (His father, Joseph, a Polaroid executive, died when Jack was 4.) Drawn by virtues other than their celebrated jiggle ("I loved the way they worked together to solve crimes"), he saved the Angels' first TV Guide cover a few months later—and everything else since. In high school even his classmates chipped in. "They used to give me their Angels bubblegum cards," he says.
A sales rep for a gift-wrap firm, Condon, a bachelor, was transferred from Belleville, N.J., to L.A. in 1990. Since then he's gotten to meet all the Angels, except Roberts, and show them photos of his Angels merchandise. "They were pretty excited," he says. "They said they used to get royalty checks and never knew what for." Still, Condon considers his collection far from complete. "I'm having so much fun," he says. "There's always something new to look for." Anybody got a Charlie's Angels walkie-talkie for sale?