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"Angel" (1999) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5
Year: 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 0: Unaired Pilot

Angel recaps the story of his life, from his mortal days as a young man in Ireland to his recent arrival in L.A. Also, he meets Doyle, who urges him to reach out to the people he saves, and Cordelia tries to convince him to charge the people a fee.

David Boreanaz ... Angel (also archive footage)

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase (also archive footage)

Glenn Quinn ... Allen Doyle

Julie Benz ... Darla (archive footage) (uncredited)

Sarah Michelle Gellar ... Buffy Summers (archive footage) (uncredited)

Robia LaMorte ... Jenny Calendar (archive footage) (uncredited)

Juliet Landau ... Drusilla (archive footage) (uncredited)
Shannon Welles ... Gypsy Woman (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 1: City of...

5 October 1999
After Angel has left Sunnydale he comes to LA. He finds out that LA is not only about stars and money. When he meets Doyle and Cordelia they decide to start a service to "protect the helpless".

Season 1, Episode 2: Lonely Heart

12 October 1999
Angel, with the aid of new ally Detective Kate Lockley, tracks a serial killer whose hunting ground is LA's single bars.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Glenn Quinn ... Allen Doyle

Elisabeth Röhm ... Detective Kate Lockley (as Elisabeth Rohm)

Lilli Birdsell ... Sharon Richler (as Lillian Birdsell)
Obi Ndefo ... Bartender

Derek Hughes ... Neil

Johnny Messner ... Kevin

Jennifer Tung ... Neil Pick-Up Girl
Tracey Stone ... Pretty Girl
David Nisic ... Slick Guy

Ken Rush ... Guy
Connor Kelly ... Regular

Greg Bronson ... Chauffer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: In the Dark

19 October 1999
Oz comes to LA with a gift from Buffy. She has sent Angel the the Ring of Amara, which makes any vampire wearing it "unkill-able." Unfortunatly for Angel, Spike has also arrived in town and he's determined to get the ring for himself. Angel soon finds himself in deep trouble and it's up to Doyle, Oz and Cordy to save him.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Glenn Quinn ... Allen Doyle

Seth Green ... Daniel Osbourne

James Marsters ... Spike

Kevin West ... Marcus
Malia Mathis ... Rachel

Michael Yavnielli ... Lenny (as Michael Yavnieli)

Ric Sarabia ... Vendor

Thomas Rosales Jr. ... Manny the Pig (as Tom Rosales)

Gilbert B. Combs ... Bouncer (as Gil Combs)
Buck McDancer ... Dealer

Jenni Blong ... Young Woman

Season 1, Episode 4: I Fall to Pieces

26 October 1999
The gang at Angel Inc. helps a stalking victim. A creepy doctor is obsessed with a former patient, somehow, he knows everything that she does. Angel begins to suspect that something supernatural is going on and investigates the doctor's past. Soon Angel, Doyle and Cordy are all in danger as they realize that the doctor is more than he seems.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Glenn Quinn ... Allen Doyle

Elisabeth Röhm ... Detective Kate Lockley (as Elisabeth Rohm)

Tushka Bergen ... Melissa Burns

Andy Umberger ... Dr. Ronald Meltzer

Carlos Carrasco ... Dr. Vinpur Narpudan

Brent Sexton ... Beat Cop

Garikayi Mutambirwa ... Intern
Kent Davis ... John
Jan Bartlett ... Penny
Patricia Gillum ... Woman Patient

Christopher Hart ... The Hands

Susan Lee Hoffman ... Dr. Tyson (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Rm w/a Vu

2 November 1999
Fed up with her horrible apartment, Cordy packs her bags and moves in with Angel. He's soon overwhelmed by her bossy, destructive presence and tells Doyle to find her an new place to live. Doyle's being chased by loan sharks, so he has problems of his own. Still, he locates the perfect place for Cordy and she happily signs the lease. But, there's still a slight problem... Cordelia's new apartment is haunted. And her ghostly roommate wants Cordy gone.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Glenn Quinn ... Allen Doyle

Elisabeth Röhm ... Detective Kate Lockley (as Elisabeth Rohm)

Beth Grant ... Maude Pearson

Markus Redmond ... Griff (as Marcus Redmond)

Denney Pierce ... Vic

Greg Collins ... Keith
Corey Klemow ... Young Man
Lara McGrath ... Manager
BJ Porter ... Dennis Pearson (as B.J. Porter)

Lyle Kanouse ... Disgusting Man (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Sense and Sensitivity

9 November 1999
Kate lands in some hot water after she roughs up a prisoner named Little Tony. She and the entire police department are forced to go to sensitivity training. Unfortunatly, Little Tony's lawyers are Wolfram and Hart. They have a plan to set their client free by casting a spell on the whole police force. Soon, all the officers are expressing their true feelings and being so sensitive that lives are in danger. The gang at Angel Inc. tries to stop the chaos, but Angel quickly winds up in trouble of his own.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Glenn Quinn ... Allen Doyle

Elisabeth Röhm ... Detective Kate Lockley (as Elisabeth Rohm)

John Capodice ... Little Tony Papazian

John Mahon ... Trevor Lockley
Ron Marasco ... Allen Lloyd

Alex Skuby ... Harlan

Kevin Will ... Heath

Thomas Burr ... Lee Mercer
Ken Abraham ... Spivey

Jimmy Shubert ... Johnny Red
Ken Grantham ... Lieutenant

Adam Donshik ... Officer Drummond

Kevin E. West ... Officer Williams
Wilson Bell ... Uniform Cop #3

Colin Patrick Lynch ... Beat Cop

Steve Schirripa ... Benny
Christopher Paul Hart ... Traffic Cop

Season 1, Episode 7: The Bachelor Party

16 November 1999
After saving Cordy from a vampire attack, Doyle is optimistic about his chances with her. When his estranged wife shows up at the Angel Inc. offices, though, Doyle suddenly has some explaining to do. It seems that Harry, his wife, has met someone new and she wants to finalize her divorce from Doyle. Doyle's suspicious of Harry's new fiancée. He and Angel investigate the guy and are surprised by what they find.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Glenn Quinn ... Allen Doyle

Kristin Dattilo ... Harriett 'Harry' Doyle

Carlos Jacott ... Richard Straley
Ted Kairys ... Ben

Chris Tallman ... Nick

Brad Blaisdell ... Uncle John

Rib Hillis ... Pierce (as Robert Hillis)

Lauri Johnson ... Aunt Martha
Kristen Lowman ... Mother Rachel

David Polcyn ... Russ

Tony Sagastizado I ... Party Goer (uncredited)

Diana Terranova ... Bachelor Party Stripper (uncredited)

William Wayne ... Brother Straley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: I Will Remember You

23 November 1999
After Angel's secretive visit to Sunnydale, Buffy appears in Los Angeles to find out why he came to protect her. During her visit, she and Angel are both attacked by a strange demon and Angel, after being infected with the demon's blood, becomes human once again. He and Buffy spend a blissful day together, but when the demon becomes more and more persistent in its attacks, Angel comes to realize that he must sacrifice his humanity in order to protect the citizens of Los Angeles.

Season 1, Episode 9: Hero

30 November 1999
The gang at Angel Inc. works to save a group of demon refugees and soon find themselves in the middle of a war. An evil band of demons, called the Scourge, is in LA. They're determined to wipe out all the "impure" demons and humans that they can find. When the Scourge unleashes a deadly weapon Angel, Cordy and Doyle are faced with an impossible decision and the ramifications from it will change the them forever.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Glenn Quinn ... Allen Doyle

Tony Denman ... Rieff

Anthony Cistaro ... Trask

Michelle Horn ... Rayna

Lee Arenberg ... Tiernan

Sean Gunn ... Lucas

James Henriksen ... Elder Lister Demon

David Bickford ... Cargo Inspector
Christopher Comes ... Storm Trooper #2

Paul O'Brien ... Captain

Ash Taylor ... First Mate (as Ashley Taylor)

Season 1, Episode 10: Parting Gifts

14 December 1999
Wesley arrives in town as a "rogue demon hunter" and he's soon working with Angel on his newest case. Meanwhile, Cordy has inherited Doyle's link to the Powers That Be and she is being plagued with visions. A empath demon comes to Angel Inc. looking for help and Angel promises to investigate, but it quickly becomes clear that something strange is going on. Angel and Wes have to save Cordy before it's too late.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Glenn Quinn ... Allen Doyle (credit only)

Maury Sterling ... Barney
Carey Cannon ... Female Oracle
Randall Slavin ... Male Oracle

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce
Jayson Creek ... Producer #1

Sean Smith ... Producer #2
Sara Devlin ... Producer #3
Jason Kim ... Soon

Brett Gilbert ... Reptilian Demon

Henry Kingi ... Kungai Demon

Lawrence Turner ... Hank

Cheyenne Wilbur ... Concierge (as Cheyenne Wilber)

Dominique Jennings ... Mac
Kotoko Kawamura ... Ancient Korean Woman
Robert 'Duckie' Carpenter ... Demon Bidder (uncredited)
Louis E. Rosas ... Demon Bidder (uncredited)

Woody Schultz ... Volitch Demon Bidder (uncredited)

Scott L. Schwartz ... Bodyguard at Auction (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Somnambulist

18 January 2000
After learning about a new serial killer's M.O., Wesley believes that Angelus has returned.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Elisabeth Röhm ... Detective Kate Lockley (as Elisabeth Rohm)

Jeremy Renner ... Penn

Nick McCallum ... Skateboard Kid
Kimberleigh Aarn ... Precinct Clerk (as Kimberliegh Aarn)

Paul Webster ... Uniform #1
Brien DiRito ... Task Force Member #1

Andrew DePalma ... Demon (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Expecting

25 January 2000
Cordelia has a date, wakes up at home and is very pregnant. She has been impregnated by a demon.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Daphne Duplaix ... Sarina (as Daphnee Duplaix)

Ken Marino ... Wilson Christopher

Josh Randall ... Bartender

Doug Tompos ... Dr. Wasserman

Louisette Geiss ... Emily

Julie Quinn ... Pregnant Woman

Maggie Connelly ... Nurse

Steven Roy ... Jason

Aliza Washabaugh ... Vampire (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: She

8 February 2000
After Cordy gets a vision from the Powers That Be, Angel finds himself fighting demons from an alternate dimension. Desperate to escape their own cruel world, where the females are used as virtual slaves, demon women are smuggling themselves to earth. Unfortunatly, the men from that dimension are out to stop them and it's up to the gang at Angel Inc. to help the refugees find safety.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Bai Ling ... Jhiera

Colby French ... Tae

Heather Stephens ... Shari

Sean Gunn ... Mars

Tracey Costello ... Laura
Andre Roberson ... Diego (as André L. Roberson)

P.J. Marino ... Peter Wilkers
Honor Bliss ... Girl

Chris Durand ... Demon Henchman #1

Alison Simpson ... Demon Girl #1
Lucas Dudley ... Security Guard

Season 1, Episode 14: I've Got You Under My Skin

15 February 2000
One of Cordy's visions sends Angel and Wes out to help a family in trouble. An dangerous Ethros demon is possessing someone in the household. Ethros demons force their victims to commit horrible acts and the gang at Angel Inc. has to perform an exorcism. Things quickly go wrong, though, and soon everyone is in even bigger danger. Meanwhile, Wes deals with memories of his own traumatic childhood and Angel continues to miss Doyle.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Elisabeth Röhm ... Detective Kate Lockley (as Elisabeth Rohm)

Will Kempe ... Seth Anderson

Katy Boyer ... Paige Anderson

Anthony Cistaro ... Ethros Demon

Jesse James ... Ryan Anderson

Ashley Edner ... Stephanie Anderson

Patience Cleveland ... Nun

Jerry Lambert ... Rick the Clerk

Season 1, Episode 15: The Prodigal

22 February 2000
Kate's father, Trevor Lockley, gets involved in a demon drug smuggling operation and he's soon in over his head. When a demon high on drugs attacks the subway, Angel begins investigating and quickly discovers Trevor's shady dealings. He tries to warn Trevor, but it's too late. When Trevor is attacked, Kate blames Angel for not doing more. Meanwhile, through flash backs, Angel's own father is introduced, Angel's past as a human is shown and Angelus is born.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Elisabeth Röhm ... Detective Kate Lockley (as Elisabeth Rohm)

Julie Benz ... Darla

John Mahon ... Trevor Lockley

J. Kenneth Campbell ... Angel's Father

Henri Lubatti ... Head Vampire Employee

Frank Potter ... Uniformed Delivery
Eliza Szonert ... Chamber Maid
Bob Fimiani ... Grounds Keeper

Christina Hendricks ... Bar Maid
John Maynard ... Uniformed Worker (as John Maynarnd)

Glenda Morgan Brown ... Angel's Mother

Mark Ginther ... Head Demon Guy
John Patrick Clerkin ... Black Robed Priest
Michael M. Vendrell ... Suit #2 (as Mike Vendrell)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Ring

29 February 2000
When an investigation goes wrong, Angel finds himself kidnapped by a demon fight club. He's trapped there, forced to fight other demons as part of a gladiator show. Cordy and Wes search for him, desperate to rescue Angel before it's too late. Meanwhile, Angel meets another Wolfram and Hart lawyer, Lilah Morgan. She promises to get Angel out of the club if he agrees to come over to Wolfram and Hart's side.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Markus Redmond ... Tom Cribb

Douglas Roberts ... Darin MacNamara

Scott William Winters ... Jack MacNamara

Stephanie Romanov ... Lilah Morgan
Anthony Guidera ... Ernie Nellins

Chris Flanders ... Mr. Winslow
Marc Rose ... Mellish

David Kallaway ... Doorman
Juan A. Riojas ... Val Trepkos

Michael Philip ... Announcer

Mark Ginther ... Lasovic
Nicki Sixteen ... Club Dancer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: Eternity

4 April 2000
When Rebecca, a Hollywood star, is stalked by an obsessed fan, Angel steps in to protect her. Cordy is thrilled to meet a famous actress and even Angel likes Rebecca. She accepts that he's a vampire and really seems interested in getting to know him better. But, it soon becomes clear that the case is more complicated than it seems and Rebecca has a dangerous plan of her own.

Season 1, Episode 18: Five by Five

25 April 2000
This episode brings Faith to LA. She's still struggling with her darkness and fleeing her life in Sunnydale. After Angel ruins another Wolfram and Hart case, they set out to get rid of him once and for all. And who better to do the job than Faith, a rogue Vampire Slayer? They hire her to kill Angel, unaware that Angel identifies with Faith's pain. Meanwhile, Faith is driven by self-hatred and is careening out of control as she goes after Angel and his friends.

Season 1, Episode 19: Sanctuary

2 May 2000
The second half of Faith's appearance in LA has her bonding with Angel. She's utterly drained and has no more fight left in her. Angel takes her in and become her redemption "sponser." He promises to help her find a way to forgive herself and start over. But, there are still a lot of problems to overcome. Wes and Cordy aren't too happy that Angel's forgiven Faith. The Watcher's Council goons are still after Faith. Lila, Lindsey and Lee are hiring another assassin. Kate wants to arrest Angel. And, oh yeah, Buffy's on her way to LA looking for payback on Faith. In the end, it's up to Faith to choose a new path and save herself.

Season 1, Episode 20: War Zone

9 May 2000
A case sends Angel into a rough part of town. While he's there he meets up with a young group of vampire hunters, headed by a guy name Gunn. Angel is concerned that the kids are in over their heads as they battle vamps. He tries to help them, but they aren't willing to believe that he's one of the White Hats. Gunn and his friends are soon in big trouble and it's up to the gang from Angel Inc. to lend a hand before it's too late.

Season 1, Episode 21: Blind Date

16 May 2000
When Wolfram and Hart plots to kill three mystical children, Lindsey begins to question his loyalties. He's willing to be evil, but he's not willing to murder kids. He goes to Angel for help. Along with Gunn, they devise a plan to break into Wolfram and Hart and steal the discs they'll need to save the children. While Angel is in Wolfram and Hart's vault, though, he finds a mysterious scroll that holds some interesting information about his destiny. Meanwhile, Lindsey had to choose a side once and for all.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Christian Kane ... Lindsey McDonald

Thomas Burr ... Lee Mercer

Stephanie Romanov ... Lilah Morgan

Sam Anderson ... Holland Manners

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Jennifer Badger ... Vanessa Brewer (as Jennifer Badger Martin)

Keilana Smith ... Mind Reader #1
Dawn Suggs ... Mind Reader #2
Charles Constant ... Security Center Guard
Scott Berman ... Vendor

Derek Anthony ... Dying Black Man
Rishi Kumar ... Blind Child #1
Karen Lu ... Blind Child #2
Alex Buck ... Blind Child #3

Joel Heyman ... Vampire in Rug (uncredited)
Larry Richards ... Demon Monster (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: To Shanshu in L.A.

23 May 2000
In the season one finale, Angel Inc. is facing its biggest challenges ever. A demon attacks Cordy and Wes, leaving Angel worried and desperate to protect them. Plus, Angel's home is targeted, Kate's threatening to arrest him, and the Shanshu Prophesy might have some bad news about his future. To make matters worse, Wolfram and Hart is conducting a mystical ritual to "raise" something that might destroy Angel once and for all. He'll have to work hard if he's going to save Cordy and stop Wolfram and Hart's newest plot.

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: Judgment

26 September 2000
Misinterpreting one of Cordy's visions, Angel tries to help a pregnant woman and accidentally kills her demon protector. Now, Angel must fulfill the dead warrior's mission and fight a battle to save the woman's unborn baby. When the woman runs off though, Angel is forced to make an incredible sacrifice to find her again... He has to sing at a karaoke bar.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Christian Kane ... Lindsey McDonald

Stephanie Romanov ... Lilah Morgan

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Justina Machado ... Jo

Julie Benz ... Darla

Eliza Dushku ... Faith

Rob Boltin ... Johnny Fontaine

Iris Klein ... Acting Teacher (as Iris Fields)

Keith Campbell ... Club Manager
Jason Frasca ... White Guy
Andy Kreiss ... Lizard Demon

Matthew James ... Merl Demon
Glenn David Calloway ... Judge

Edward James Gage ... Mordar the Bentback (as EJ Gage)

Robert James Ashe ... Gunn's Guard (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Are You Now or Have You Ever Been

3 October 2000
After running across it, Angel is vaguely familiar with an abandoned building, the Hyperion hotel. At his request, Wesley and Cordelia discover that Angel used to be a tenant in the hotel in the 1950s. At that time, Angel was pulled into a sticky situation with a woman hiding her past which lead to an unfortunate end. In the present day, Angel and the team attempt to rid the hotel of its demons.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Melissa Marsala ... Judy Kovacs

John Kapelos ... Roland Meeks

Tommy Hinkley ... C. Mulvihill - Private Investigator

Brett Rickaby ... Denver Bookstore Owner
Scott Thompson Baker ... Actor

J.P. Manoux ... Bellman
David Kagen ... Salesman

Terrence Beasor ... Older Man
Julie Araskog ... Over the Hill Whore

Tom Beyer ... Blacklisted Writer

Eve Sigall ... Old Judy

Tony Amendola ... Thesulac Demon (uncredited)
Joseph McCarthy ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: First Impressions

10 October 2000
Darla is back from the dead and determined to drive Angel crazy. She's invading his dreams and disrupting his sleep, knocking him off his game. Meanwhile, Cordy gets a vision that Gunn may be in danger and goes off to help him. Gunn is annoyed with her interference. When they're confronted with vampires and a demon, though, Cordy and Gunn need to work together.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

David Herman ... David Nabbit

Andy Hallett ... Lorne
Christopher Babers ... Henry (as Chris Babers)
Cedrick Terrell ... Jameel (as Cedrick Terrrell)

Julie Benz ... Darla

Edwin Hodge ... Kennan

Lucas Babin ... Joey
Alan Shaw ... Deevak

Angel Parker ... Veronica

Ray Campbell ... Desmond
Sarah Brooke ... Nurse

Janet Song ... Dr. Thomas

Kelli Kirkland ... Young Black Woman

Michele Kelly ... Alonna (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Untouched

17 October 2000
After Cordelia receives a vision, Angel befriends a young girl from out of town at the risk of his safety. Bethany, running to L.A. to escape a tragic family life, has telekinetic abilities out of her control which she desperately wants to shed. Unfortunately, Lilah and Wolfram & Hart have insidious plans for Bethany's powers. As Angel works to help her reign in her powers, he receives nocturnal visits from the newly resurrected Darla which affect his abilities.

Season 2, Episode 5: Dear Boy

24 October 2000
After spotting Darla walking around LA, Angel becomes convinced that his sire is alive. Wes and Cordy think that he's imagining things, but Angel is determined to find Darla and discover what she's up to. Little does he know that Darla is working with Wolfram and Hart. Angel tracks her down, and quickly falls into their trap.

Season 2, Episode 6: Guise Will Be Guise

7 November 2000
Realizing his obsessions have climaxed, Angel embarks on a journey of enlightenment with the help of a swami. Cordelia is threatened by an assailant looking for Angel until Wesley steps in and assumes his boss' role. Wesley, as Angel, is tasked to protect a prominent businessman's daughter whose life is threatened. Everyone is shocked when Wesley makes a very personal connection to the client.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Art LaFleur ... T'ish Magev

Brigid Brannagh ... Virginia Bryce

Patrick Kilpatrick ... Paul Lanier

Todd Susman ... Magnus Bryce

Danica Sheridan ... Yeska

Saul Stein ... Benny
Frankie J. Allison ... Thug #1

Michael Yama ... Japanese Business Man #1

Eiji Inoue ... Japanese Business Man #2

Ed Trotta ... Man

Edward C. Gillow ... Vampire Hunter (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Darla

14 November 2000
Angel continues to search for Darla. A series of flashbacks shows Darla's life and unlife; from her first death in 1609, to her relationship with Angelus, to their breakup during the Boxer Rebellion. Her newly restored humanity weighing on her, Darla finally reaches an important decision that horrifies Angel.

Season 2, Episode 8: The Shroud of Rahmon

21 November 2000
When Gunn's cousin becomes involved in a plan to rob a museum, it's up to the gang at Angel Inc. to help him get out of it. The robbers are after the Shroud of Rahmon. Going undercover with the demon thieves, Angel and Gunn are soon in over their heads. The Shroud has magical powers that turn people crazy. Soon it's infecting all of them, even Angel. Angel's relationship with Detective Kate Lockley is both bettered and worsened when she intrudes on the heist.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Elisabeth Röhm ... Detective Kate Lockley (as Elisabeth Rohm)

W. Earl Brown ... Menlo

Dwayne Barnes ... Lester (as Dwayne L. Barnes)

R. Emery Bright ... Detective Turlock

Tom Kiesche ... Detective Broomfield

Tony Todd ... Vyasa

Robert Dolan ... Bob

Michael Nagy ... Jay-Don

Jim Hanna ... Surveillance Cop #1
Danny Ricardo ... First Cop

Season 2, Episode 9: The Trial

28 November 2000
Darla is informed from Lindsey and Holland that there was an unfortunate side effect to her rebirth. Angel, learning of Darla's terminal condition, embarks on a mission to save her. Lorne directs Angel to a challenge which might restore Darla's health but at the cost of his life. Angel completes the challenge but Darla cannot be saved again because of her previous resurrection. Feeling broken, Angel tries to comfort Darla in her final stage until Lindsey shows up with an unexpected visitor.

Season 2, Episode 10: Reunion

19 December 2000
Angel is desperate to find Darla before she rises as a vampire. Unfortunately, Drusilla is working with Wolfram and Hart to make sure that Angel can't stop Darla's "rebirth." The gang at Angel Inc. becomes more and more concerned about Angel's growing darkness. Especially, when he makes a drastic and controversial decision regarding some Wolfram and Hart lawyers.

Season 2, Episode 11: Redefinition

16 January 2001
After firing his friends, Angel sets off on a mission to stop Dru and Darla. Wes, Cordy and Gunn are feeling lost and hurt. They end up at Caritas and eventually discover that they just might be able to make it on their own. Meanwhile, Lila and Lindsey deal with the aftermath of being the only two survivors of the wine cellar massacre.

Season 2, Episode 12: Blood Money

23 January 2001
Wolfram and Hart are sponsoring a fund raising benefit for a local teen shelter. Angel is suspicious of their motives and starts investigating. Meanwhile, Wes, Gunn and Cordy work to establish their own detective business.

Season 2, Episode 13: Happy Anniversary

6 February 2001
Gene is a brilliant physicist, smitten with love, who is on the verge on discovering a method of manipulating the time and space relationship. One night at karaoke, Lorne discovers that Gene has no future past the next day as well as the rest of the world. Lorne and Angel set out to prevent Gene from freezing time around the world to preserve his fractured relationship. Meanwhile, Cordelia, Wesley, and Gunn establish their own private investigation firm and stumble upon an intricate case involving a wealthy family and a demon.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Brigid Brannagh ... Virginia Bryce
Matt Champagne ... Gene Rainey

Darby Stanchfield ... Denise

Mike Hagerty ... Bartender

Victoria Garcia-Kelleher ... Val (as Victoria L. Kelleher)

Brendan Wayne ... Mike (as Danny LaCava)

Eric Lange ... Lubber #1
Geremy Dingle ... Student Clerk

Michael Faulkner ... Guy on Stage
Norma Michaels ... Aunt Helen (as Norma Micheals)

Frank Novak ... Curdmudgeonly Father

Al LeBrun ... Man

Bob Jesser ... Torto Demon

Season 2, Episode 14: The Thin Dead Line

13 February 2001
Anne, head of the teen shelter, seeks assistance from Gunn, Wesley, and Cordelia when she learns of kids in the area being harassed by police officers. It seems a frustrated police chief in a bad part of town initiates a new program to combat rising violence on the streets: resurrecting officers killed in the line of duty. Unbeknownst to the others, Angel and Detective Lockley attempt to track down the zombie officers' puppet master. In the process, Wesley is shot and badly wounded by one of the officers. Angel however cannot bring himself to visit his former employee.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Elisabeth Röhm ... Detective Kate Lockley (as Elisabeth Rohm)

Julia Lee ... Anne Steele
Mushond Lee ... Jackson

Jarrod Crawford ... Rondell

Cory Hardrict ... Ray (as Cory C. Hardrict)

Kyle Davis ... Kenny

Camille Mana ... Les

Darin Cooper ... Police Officer

Brenda Price ... Callie

Darris Love ... George

Matthew James ... Merl

Geoff Koch ... Street Cop
Jerry Giles ... Desk Sergeant

Steven Barr ... Captain
Suli McCullough ... EMT
Marie Chambers ... Mother
Adam Carrera ... Lawyer (uncredited)
Tony Gracia ... Runaway with Bandana (uncredited)

Leah Pipes ... Daughter (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Reprise

20 February 2001
As the Wolfram and Hart 75 year review draws near, Angel sees an opportunity to bring the whole company down. He is determined to get to the law firm's home office and destroy the senior partners. But, what he discovers has him hitting rock bottom. Meanwhile, Kate is fired from the police force, driving her to do something drastic.

Season 2, Episode 16: Epiphany

27 February 2001
Angel has an epiphany which has him questioning his actions over the past few months. Meanwhile, the three eyed demon clan is after Gunn, Wes and Cordy. It's up to Angel to save them... If they can all start trusting him again.

Season 2, Episode 17: Disharmony

17 April 2001
Angel and his friends fight a new vampire running a motivational pyramid scheme. And Cordelia helps her old friend Harmony, who's now a vampire.

Season 2, Episode 18: Dead End

24 April 2001
With a reevaluation upcoming for his department, Lindsey is referred to a clinic where he is able to receive a donor hand. Lindsey is shocked to discover that his hand has a mind of its own, jotting nefarious notes on its own accord. Meanwhile, the Angel Investigations crew follows up on a vision Cordelia has in which a man, who recently received a transplant eye from the same clinic, stabs himself. Lindsey and Angel's paths cross as they realize they are investigating the same matter. They discover the clinic is using donor body parts from a cache of unwilling subjects which was orchestrated by Wolfram & Hart. After the discovery, Lindsey decides to leave the firm leaving his promotion to Lilah.

Season 2, Episode 19: Belonging

1 May 2001
When a demon from Lorne's home dimension of Pylea arrives in LA, Lorne goes to Angel for help. The demon came through a portal and, as Team Angel investigates, they find evidence of more portal activity around the city. When Lorne's cousin arrives from Pylea, he joins in their hunt for the demon. Unfortunately, on his journey home again, he accidentally picks up an unexpected hitchhiker...

Season 2, Episode 20: Over the Rainbow

8 May 2001
After Cordy is swept through a portal, Angel and Wes are desperate to get her back. They come up with a plan to go to Pylea after her. Since it's Lorne's home dimension, they insist that he come along. Gunn is hesitant to go when Wes says that they might never be able to get back to earth. Meanwhile on Pylea, Cordy is sold as a "cow" and meets up with another portal refugee, Fred. Then Cordy has a vision and things become even more complicated for her.

Season 2, Episode 21: Through the Looking Glass

15 May 2001
Wes, Gunn, Angel and Lorne find Cordy in Pylea. She's being hailed as a princess because of her visions. Now, she's the ruler of the kingdom. While, Wes and Gunn try to find a way to open another portal and return home, Lorne visits his family. Angel is becoming incredibly popular with the locals, telling them tales of his battles back on earth. He even rescues Fred from certain death. But things quickly start to go wrong for everyone. Cordy realizes some disturbing things about her new responsibilities. Angel begins to lose control of his vampire self. Wes and Gunn find themselves under attack. And Lorne is arrested for treason.

Season 2, Episode 22: There's No Place Like Plrtz Glrb

22 May 2001
The season two finale has Team Angel desperate to escape Pylea. Wes and Gunn join up with the rebel forces, Cordy tries to save Lorne, and Angel has to overcome the demon inside of him. If they're ever going to get back to LA, they're going to have to overcome their individual problems and work together as a team.

Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1: Heartthrob

24 September 2001
Even as Angel mourns Buffy's death, he must do battle against a vampire with whom he was friends in 18th century Marseilles - and whose girlfriend he has just killed.

Season 3, Episode 2: That Vision Thing

1 October 2001
Angel is forced to help Wolfram and Hart free a man being held by the Powers That Be after the law firm hires a demon who can cause Cordelia to experience terrifying visions and pain.

Season 3, Episode 3: That Old Gang of Mine

8 October 2001
Someone is murdering all the demons in LA, even the harmless ones. While Angel and Wes investigate the killings, Gunn begins to suspect that his old vampire hunting friends are behind the attacks. He feels torn between his old gang and his job with Angel Inc. But when the gang attacks Caritas, everyone is in danger.

Season 3, Episode 4: Carpe Noctem

15 October 2001
While investigating some mysterious deaths, Angel switches bodies with a old guy named Marcus. Marcus immediately takes over Angel's life, while Angel is stuck in a retirement home. When Marcus realizes that Angel's body gives him vampire powers, he decides that they only way to keep it is to get rid of Angel once and for all.

Season 3, Episode 5: Fredless

22 October 2001
Fred's parents show up in LA and Team Angel is instantly suspicious of them. They seem a little too... Normal. Fred hiding from her family and has run off. In order to find her again, Team Angel and the Burkles will have to work together. They'll also have to battle some demons and pay a visit to Lorne. And Fred will have to decide where she really belongs now.

Season 3, Episode 6: Billy

29 October 2001
A guy named Billy is infecting men with primal misogynistic impulses. When he touches men, they attack any women that they come across. Lilah is beaten and several other women wind up dead. Cordy and Angel try to track Billy down. But, when Billy's blood infects Wes and Gunn, it might be too late for Fred. And when Billy touches Angel, Cordelia could be in trouble, too.

Season 3, Episode 7: Offspring

5 November 2001
Darla comes back to LA, bringing Angel news of their baby. As Team Angel tries to find out how a vampire pregnancy is even possible, Angel must deal with his growing feelings for Cordy and his new fears about what sort of "child" Darla might be carrying. Meanwhile, one of Angel's old enemies arrives in LA looking for vengeance.

Season 3, Episode 8: Quickening

12 November 2001
Team Angel continues to try and deal with Darla's pregnancy. When Wolfram and Hart finds out about the baby, the law firm decides to steal it for themselves. Meanwhile, Holtz is determined to kill Angel and arrives at the Hyperion looking for revenge.

Season 3, Episode 9: Lullaby

19 November 2001
As Darla goes into labor, Team Angel tries to help her deliver the baby. Unfortunately, there are some unforeseen problems. Angel is captured by Holtz, who learns that Angel now has a soul. In the end, it's up to Darla to bring Angel's son into the world, no matter what the cost.

Season 3, Episode 10: Dad

10 December 2001
With the birth of Angel's son, the gang returns to the Hyperion to regroup. There are countless demons, humans and lawyers after the baby now, and Angel is scared to let the kid out of his sight. Team Angel will have to help him keep Connor safe and defeat the baby's enemies. Meanwhile, Holtz finds an ally, a vengeful woman named Justine.

Season 3, Episode 11: Birthday

14 January 2002
It's Cordy's birthday and a particularly intense vision knocks her out of her body. As Team Angel tries to help her, Cordy is stuck in an astral plane unable to communicate. When a guide shows up and offers Cordy a deal, she has to choose between getting everything she thought she wanted and her life with Angel.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Amy Acker ... Winifred Burkle

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Patrick Breen ... Nev

Max Baker ... Hotel Clerk

David Denman ... Skip
Heather Weeks ... Tammy

Aimee Garcia ... Cynthia

David Greenwalt ... 'Cordy' Theme Singer (voice) (uncredited)

Marti Noxon ... 'Cordy' Theme Singer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Provider

21 January 2002
With his new son to consider, Angel begins worrying about paying the bills. His pursuit of money worries Cordelia, who is concerned that Angel will forget his mission to help the helpless. As Team Angel is spread thin, covering as many paying cases as possible, several members are put in harms way.

Season 3, Episode 13: Waiting in the Wings

4 February 2002
When a famous dance troupe comes to LA, Angel is thrilled. He drags Gunn, Fred, Cordy and Wes along for a night of ballet. Unfortunately, supernatural forces are afoot at the theater. Meanwhile, Angel is scared to admit his real feelings for Cordy. Wes & Gunn both continue to fall for Fred and she finally kisses one of them.

Season 3, Episode 14: Couplet

18 February 2002
Wesley is depressed as Fred and Gunn grow closer, and the Groosalugg's arrival irritates Angel. Angel is jealous when Cordelia and the Groosalugg search for a way to be together without endangering her visions. Meanwhile, Wesley focuses on translating a scroll about Connor and he's soon horrified by what it suggests.

Season 3, Episode 15: Loyalty

25 February 2002
After translating the prophecy, Wesley is terrified. It says, "The father will kill the son," meaning Angel will kill Connor. Meanwhile, Gunn and Fred investigate a vampire nest, while Holtz amps up his plans for vengeance. Wes tries to disprove the prophecy, but all signs seem to point to disaster.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase (credit only)

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Amy Acker ... Winifred Burkle

Stephanie Romanov ... Lilah Morgan

Laurel Holloman ... Justine Cooper

Jack Conley ... Sahjhan

Wendy Davis ... Aubrey Jenkins

Enrique Castillo ... Doctor

Keith Szarabajka ... Daniel Holtz

Susan Santiago ... Mother #1 (as Susan Martino)
Annie Talbot ... Mother #2
Marci Hill ... Nurse

Chris Devlin ... Holtzian Man
Thom Scott II ... Holtzian Man #2

Glen Hambly ... Holtzian Man #3 (uncredited)
Kerrigan Mahan ... Jollyburger (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: Sleep Tight

4 March 2002
As Wesley struggles to come to terms with the prophecy, Angel's behavior grows more and more erratic. The crew at Angel Inc. is concerned as Angel's moods swing from giddy to furious with no provocation. While Holtz, Lilah and Shajhan continue to plot vengeance against Angel, Wes takes drastic steps to keep Connor safe.

Season 3, Episode 17: Forgiving

15 April 2002
With Connor trapped in a hell dimension, Angel is willing to do anything to rescue him... Even make a deal with Wolfram and Hart. Meanwhile, Fred and Gunn search for Wes, who is gravely wounded. As Angel tries to save Connor, he learns some terrible new information about the prophecy.

Season 3, Episode 18: Double or Nothing

22 April 2002
As Angel grieves for Connor, Cordelia returns to LA and tries to comfort him. Meanwhile, Gunn is falling in love with Fred. But, he has to deal with a mistake that he made back when he was a vampire street fighter and it could ruin their happy future. Wes, abandoned by his friends and banned from the Hyperion, leaves the hospital by himself.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Amy Acker ... Winifred Burkle

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Mark Lutz ... The Groosalugg

Jason Carter ... Repo Demon

Patrick St. Esprit ... Jenoff
John David Conti ... Male Elderly Demon

Patricia Bethune ... Female Elderly Demon (as P.B. Hutton)

Nigel Gibbs ... Doctor (as Nigel D. Gibbs)

Michael Keyes ... Gambler (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: The Price

29 April 2002
After performing dark magics back in "Forgiving," Angel knew there'd be a price and this is it. The Hyperion is being invaded by little slugs that dehydrate anyone they infect. As Team Angel tries to fight them off and save one of their own, they learn that something called the "Destroyer" is on its way.

Season 3, Episode 20: A New World

6 May 2002
Angel is stunned as Connor falls through the portal from the hell dimension. His son is now a teenager and, thanks to Holtz, he hates Angel. While Angel tries to get through to Connor, Lilah shows up at Wesley's apartment with an interesting proposition...

Season 3, Episode 21: Benediction

13 May 2002
With Holtz back in LA, Angel Inc. is in for some problems. As Angel tries to bond with his son, Holtz reconnects with Justine. The two vampire hunters cook up a plan to turn Connor against Angel forever. Meanwhile, Wesley and Lilah spend more time together and Cordelia and the Groosalugg grow further apart.

Season 3, Episode 22: Tomorrow

20 May 2002
In the season finale, Connor plots revenge against Angel. He blames Angel for Holtz's death and comes up with a plan to make his father pay. Meanwhile, Cordy realizes that she has feelings for Angel and Wes & Lilah make love for the first time.

Season 4

Season 4, Episode 1: Deep Down

6 October 2002
Season four begins with Angel stuck at the bottom of the sea. Fred and Gunn search for him, unaware that Connor is the one behind his disappearance. Cordy is now a Higher Power and no one is sure where she went either. It's Wes who begins to piece together what happened to his estranged friends and comes up with a plan to save Angel.

Season 4, Episode 2: Ground State

13 October 2002
Angel is desperate to find Cordy, unaware that she's become a Higher Power. Angel also wants to mend fences with Wes, who remains bitter. Still, Wesley points Angel on the track of magical arch thing that can help locate Cordelia. Unfortunately, someone else is about to steal it right out from under them.

Season 4, Episode 3: The House Always Wins

20 October 2002
Angel, Gunn and Fred head to Las Vegas to see Lorne only to find that he is being forced to steal people's destinies. Once Angel's is stolen, only Cordelia can help. Meanwhile a friend unexpectedly shows up at the hotel.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Amy Acker ... Winifred Burkle

Vincent Kartheiser ... Connor

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Clayton Rohner ... Lee DeMarco

Morocco Omari ... Spencer

Jennifer Autry ... Lornette #2

Matt Bushell ... Security Guard #3

Tom Schmid ... Well Dressed Man
Sven Holmberg ... Delivery Guy

Brittany Ishibashi ... Vivian
Diana Saunders ... Bejeweled Woman
Gloria Alexandra ... Lornette #1

John Colella ... Croupier
Rod Tate ... Bruiser
Beyondka Fields ... Featured Dancer
Tara Archuleta ... Featured Dancer
Jill Landess ... Featured Dancer
Olga Shalyganova ... Featured Dancer
Kristine L. Lenmark ... Featured Dancer
Marina Vantskous ... Featured Dancer
Natalya Filatova ... Featured Dancer
Suzanne Brasington ... Featured Dancer
Nicole Cocacevich ... Featured Dancer
Krisanne Malloy ... Featured Dancer
Kristin Hillier ... Featured Dancer
Tiffany Deal ... Featured Dancer

Lani Sarem ... Show Patron

Anna Wendt ... Hypnotized Gambler

David Fury ... Tropicana Guest (uncredited)
Petra Jorgensen ... Tropicana Guest (uncredited)
Kelly A. Manners ... Man (uncredited)
Karen Wendt ... Change Girl (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: Slouching Toward Bethlehem

27 October 2002
Cordy returns from being a Higher Power and Team Angel is thrilled to see her. Unfortunately, she has amnesia and can't remember anything about her life or the monsters that she deals with on a daily basis. Meanwhile, Wolfram & Hart learns that she's back among the corporeal and decides to see what she might know about life on the Higher Plane.

Season 4, Episode 5: Supersymmetry

3 November 2002
When Fred writes a physics paper, she's invited to her old college as a guest lecturer. Angel, Gunn and Wes show up to support her as she speaks in front of all her former professors. But when a portal opens up over Fred's head, it becomes clear that something supernatural is happening to her... Again.

Season 4, Episode 6: Spin the Bottle

10 November 2002
In an attempt to restore Cordelia's memory, Lorne accidentally reverses everyone's memory to making them think they are 17 and on a vampire chase. When they find out Angel is a vampire, everyone sets out to get him. As Cordelia's memory is revived, a demon inside her is awakened.

Season 4, Episode 7: Apocalypse, Nowish

17 November 2002
Plagues of rats, earthquakes and a string of strange events lead Angel and the gang to one realization: the apocalypse has come at last. Meanwhile, Connor and Cordelia encounter The Beast, who has come to Los Angeles on the verge of Armageddon to help bring about the end of the world.

Season 4, Episode 8: Habeas Corpses

15 January 2003
After The Beast arrives at Wolfram & Hart, Angel and the gang must break in to rescue Connor from another, creepier force. Meanwhile, Wesley comes to an important decision regarding his relationship with Lilah, Cordelia and Connor try to resolve what they've done together, and Fred is torn between trusting Wesley and reconnecting with Gunn.

Season 4, Episode 9: Long Day's Journey

22 January 2003
The Beast continues its rampage through LA. While Team Angel tries to figure out what its next move might be, Gwen arrives at the Hyperion looking for help. One of her clients has been killed by the Beast and she doesn't know why. As they investigate, Team Angel realizes that the Beast's plan could mean disaster for everyone.

Season 4, Episode 10: Awakening

29 January 2003
After realizing that Angelus might have some information on the Beast, Team Angel reluctantly decides to remove Angel's soul. Wes brings in a mystic who can extract Angel's soul and then return it safely to his body after Angelus gives them the information they need. But, as the mystic starts the soul-removing ceremony, it seems like there might be some surprises.

Season 4, Episode 11: Soulless

5 February 2003
After Team Angel succeeds in removing Angel's soul, they have two new problems to confront. First of all, they have to get Angelus to tell them everything he knows about the Beast. And secondly, they have to keep him from turning Team Angel against each other. As Angelus starts exploiting all of Angel's memories about his friends, though, it becomes clear that he has a lot more power than it seems.

Season 4, Episode 12: Calvary

12 February 2003
With Angel's soul stolen from the hotel safe, Team Angel is worried. They have no idea how to get Angel back again before it's too late. When Cordy comes up with a spell that might work, the others agree that it's their best hope. Meanwhile, Lilah shows up at the hotel, looking for some allies in her quest to destroy the Beast.

Season 4, Episode 13: Salvage

5 March 2003
After releasing Faith from prison, Wesley takes her to Los Angeles hoping she will be able to trap Angelus. Faith finds Angelus and The Beast.

Season 4, Episode 14: Release

12 March 2003
Faith & Wesley continue to try and find Angelus. They want to capture him so they return Angel's soul. Meanwhile, Evil Cordy wants to bring Angelus over to her side of the apocalypse. Unfortunately for all of them, Angelus has some plans of his own. As he fights with Wes & Faith, he quickly gains the upper hand...

David Boreanaz ... Angelus

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Amy Acker ... Winifred Burkle

Vincent Kartheiser ... Connor

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Christopher Neiman ... Froter Demon

Eliza Dushku ... Faith

Darren Foy ... Lackey Vamp #1 (as Darren Laverty)

Sam Stefanski ... Lackey Vamp #2
Catalina Larranaga ... Vamp Waitress
Peter Renaday ... The Beast Master (voice)
Becka Linder ... Drugged Girl
Chris Huse ... Drugged Vamp #2

Ian Anthony Dale ... Drugged Vamp #3

Andrew McGinnis ... Mullet Head Vamp

Randall Rapstine ... Reg

Season 4, Episode 15: Orpheus

19 March 2003
Fred calls Willow to re-en soul Angel. She encounters unexpected resistance from a mysterious source. Faith's strategy to capture Angelus has an unexpected side affect. She enters Angel's mind and witnesses some of his past.

Season 4, Episode 16: Players

26 March 2003
Team Angel is stunned to discover that Cordy is pregnant. She insists that her baby will be a blessing, but its rapid growth is worrying the others and they come up with a plan. Meanwhile, Gwen comes to the Hyperion for help on a case and teams up with Gunn.

Season 4, Episode 17: Inside Out

2 April 2003
Team Angel finally realizes that Cordelia's body has been taken over by some sort of demon. Before they can get any answers though, Connor arrives and drags Evil Cordy to safety. Frustrated and angry, Angel goes to question Skip, the demon who took Cordy to the Higher Plane. Meanwhile, Evil Cordy tells Connor that the baby must be born... NOW.

Season 4, Episode 18: Shiny Happy People

9 April 2003
When the demon Cordelia gives birth to turns out to be a saintly, beautiful woman, all who lay eyes on her become entranced by her spell. With Cordelia in a coma, Angel and the gang help the new, unnamed prophet create the perfect Utopian L.A. But as every spell is a deception, even the most peaceful and reasonable ideals may conceal the darkest of secrets.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Amy Acker ... Winifred Burkle

Vincent Kartheiser ... Connor

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Gina Torres ... Jasmine

Sam Witwer ... John Stoler

David Figlioli ... Vamp Leader
Suzette Craft ... Teacherly Woman

Annie Wersching ... Margaret
Steven Bean ... Middle-Aged Man
Lynette Romero ... News Anchor

Lyle Kanouse ... Diner Counter Guy

Rene Hamilton ... 'Good Morning L.A.' Host (as Tawny Rene Hamilton)
Chane't Johnson ... Martha Jane

Jackie Tohn ... Woman #1

Season 4, Episode 19: The Magic Bullet

16 April 2003
Mysteriously free of Jasmine's spell, Fred must take refuge with dubious allies as Angel and the gang hunt her down. Jasmine's powers expand as the citizens of L.A. begin to develop a psychic connection which could potentially pave the way for collective consciousness. Using this new power to find Fred, she hides outside the city, desperately trying to find the cure for Jasmine's "love".

Season 4, Episode 20: Sacrifice

23 April 2003
Team Angel continues to fight against Jasmine's growing power. After escaping the Hyperion, they find themselves hiding in the sewers and trying to come up with a plan. Meanwhile, Conner continues to serve Jasmine, even after she has Cordy moved to an undisclosed location. When Wes finds out a few of Jasmine's secrets and she closes in on them, Team Angel has to split up so at least one of them will survive

Season 4, Episode 21: Peace Out

30 April 2003
Angel arrives in Jasmine's old dimension, looking for a way to break her spell. Back on Earth, Team Angel is locked up in the Hyperion as Jasmine prepares to brainwash the world through a global media event. Conner goes searching for Cordelia.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Amy Acker ... Winifred Burkle

Vincent Kartheiser ... Connor

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Gina Torres ... Jasmine

Stephanie Romanov ... Lilah Morgan
Robert Towers ... High Priest

Bonita Friedericy ... Patience

Eliza Pryor Nagel ... Susan

Robert Pescovitz ... News Producer (as Bob Pescovitz)

Gerry Katzman ... Technician

Audrey Kearns ... Young Woman

Kristin Richardson ... KTLA Reporter Tracy

Kyle Ingleman ... Jeremy
Jeff Bass ... Brent (as Jeff Scott Bass)
Kimble Jemison ... Cop #1

Blair Hickey ... Male News Reporter

Angelica Castro ... Telemunio Reporter
Brian Bradley ... Grizzled Reporter

Erik Betts ... The Keeper (uncredited)

Niki Latrese ... Screaming Woman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 22: Home

7 May 2003
Lilah returns from Hell to offer Angel Inc. the L.A. branch of Wolfram and Hart. They are given the option of going to see what it has to offer, which all of them decide to take. When on their tours, Fred is offered the Science Department. Gunn is taken to the White Room to see who replaced the Girl. Wesley is offered books with infinite knowledge, and Lorne is offered the Entertainment Department. If they accept, Angel would be the head honcho. In the end, Angel will accept, but only under one condition.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Amy Acker ... Winifred Burkle

Vincent Kartheiser ... Connor

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Stephanie Romanov ... Lilah Morgan

Jim Abele ... Laurence

Jason Winer ... Preston
Michael Halsey ... Rutherford Sirk

Jonathan M. Woodward ... Knox (as Jonathan Woodward)

Merle Dandridge ... Lacey Shepard

Jason Padgett ... Suicidal Cop
Jamie Calvert ... Surgery Patient (as James Calvert)
Anthony Diaz-Perez ... Hostage Father
Adrienne Evans ... Colleen (as Adrienne Brett Evans)

Stacy Solodkin ... Connor's Aunt

Emma Hunton ... Connor's Sister

Ariel Baker ... Angel Greeter
Michael Ness ... Angel Greeter

Alex Craig Mann ... Angel Greeter
Nichole Pelerine ... Angel Greeter
Joshua Grenrock ... Angel Greeter
David Block ... Wolfram & Hart Lawyer (uncredited)
Pamela Buck ... Lawyer (uncredited)

Season 5

Season 5, Episode 1: Conviction

1 October 2003
Angel and the gang adjust to life at Wolfram & Hart, while Angel lets loose the shocking contents of a package from Sunnydale.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

James Marsters ... Spike

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Amy Acker ... Winifred Burkle

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Sarah Thompson ... Eve

Mercedes McNab ... Harmony Kendall

Jonathan M. Woodward ... Knox (as Jonathan Woodward)

Dane Northcutt ... Agent Hauser

Jacqueline Hahn ... Judge

Marc Vann ... Doctor Sparrow

Michael Shamus Wiles ... Spanky

Rodney Rowland ... Corbin Fries (as Rod Rowland)

Peter Breitmayer ... Desmond Keel

T.J. Thyne ... Lawyer
Keli'l ... Sam

Jordan Garrett ... Matthew

Marissa Tait ... Woman

Daniella Kuhn ... Notary
Chris Eckles ... Special Ops Guy

Susan Slome ... Cindy Rabinowitz

Jeffrey Bell ... Office mailman (uncredited)
David Block ... Wolfram & Hart Lawyer (uncredited)

Christopher Leps ... Vampire (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: Just Rewards

8 October 2003
Team Angel is shocked when Spike appears out of an amulet that someone sent to Angel. Spike was supposed to have died back in Sunnydale, but now he's returned as a ghost. And he's really unhappy about it. Angel has to deal with an evil necromancer and with Spike, who might just be willing to turn on Team Angel if it'll make him corporeal again.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

James Marsters ... Spike

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Amy Acker ... Winifred Burkle

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Mercedes McNab ... Harmony Kendall
Victor Raider-Wexler ... Magnus Hainsley

William Utay ... Manservant

Bill Escudier ... Hainsley Demon

Josh Hutchinson ... Novac (as Joshua Hutchinson)

Jeffrey Bell ... Office Mailman (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
David Block ... Wolfram & Hart Lawyer (uncredited)

Sarah Michelle Gellar ... Buffy Summers (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: Unleashed

15 October 2003
Angel saves a woman from a werewolf attack, but not before the woman was bitten. Now she will become a werewolf. As Team Angel tries to help her cope with her new situation, someone else would like to have Werewolf for dinner.

Season 5, Episode 4: Hell-Bound

22 October 2003
Fred faces technical and budgetary setbacks in her project to make Spike corporeal. Meanwhile, Spike is beset by grisly apparitions that only he can see.

Season 5, Episode 5: Life of the Party

29 October 2003
When Lorne gets his sleep removed to prepare for the firm's Halloween Party, he doesn't realize the consequences. At the party, everyone has to do what he tells them to do, but mystically. In the end, Spike is thinking positively, Gunn is "marking his territory", Angel and Eve get a room, and Wes and Fred are drunk. They all have to get Lorne to sleep before...well, watch the episode.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

James Marsters ... Spike

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Amy Acker ... Winifred Burkle

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Sarah Thompson ... Eve

Mercedes McNab ... Harmony Kendall

Jonathan M. Woodward ... Knox (as Jonathan Woodward)

Leland Crooke ... Archduke Sebassis

Michael Maize ... Artode

Jim Blanchette ... Devlin

T.J. Thyne ... Employee #1
Ryan Alvarez ... Demon Slave

Carol Ann Van Natten ... Wolfram & Hart Lawyer
David Block ... Wolfram & Hart Lawyer (uncredited)

Glen Hambly ... Sebassis Minion #1 (uncredited)

David Mattey ... Behemoth Lorne (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: The Cautionary Tale of Numero Cinco

5 November 2003
It turns out that the Wolfram & Hart mail guy is more than he seems. He and his brothers were once demon fighters. But, when he lost his family in battle, he gave up on being a Champion. When one of his old foes comes to town, though, he has to help Team Angel defeat it.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

James Marsters ... Spike

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Amy Acker ... Winifred Burkle

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Danny Mora ... Number Five

Bruno Gunn ... Security Guard (as Bruno Gioiello)
Robert Alonzo ... Carlos / Lucha Libre #2 (uncredited)
David Block ... Wolfram & Hart Lawyer (uncredited)

Ed Cray ... Homeless Murder Victim (uncredited)

Vanessa Lunnon ... Lucha Libre Girlfriend (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 7: Lineage

12 November 2003
Wesley's father comes for a visit. With his father overseeing and critiquing everything he does, his old feelings of insecurity arise. Also, Wolfram and Hart is besieged by robot ninjas.

Season 5, Episode 8: Destiny

19 November 2003
Spike receives a mysterious box of "flashy" in the mail and is shocked when it somehow recorporealizes him. He's thrilled to be solid again, but when odd things start happening at Wolfram & Hart, Eve says that they now have a problem. With Spike an un-ghosted Vampire Champion, the Shanshu Prophesy could also apply to him. Spike & Angel have to try and figure out which one of them is destined to become human again.

Season 5, Episode 9: Harm's Way

14 January 2004
Harmony is having trouble adjusting to working for Angel. The other employees of Wolfram & Hart ignore her and she's feeling depressed about her life. After a night out with Fred, though, Harm's troubles are about to get a lot more serious.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

James Marsters ... Spike

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Amy Acker ... Winifred Burkle

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Mercedes McNab ... Harmony Kendall

Danielle Nicolet ... Tamika

Jennifer Haworth ... Brittany

Stacy Reed Payton ... Charlotte (as Stacy Reed)
David Gangler ... Danny

Christopher Gehrman ... Rudy

Brendan Hines ... Eli

Bryce Mouer ... Tobias Dupree

Olga Vilner ... Vinji Leader

Nick Jaine ... Sahrvin Leader

LeeAnn Powers ... W&H Lawyer

Mark Correy ... Wolfram & Hart Lawyer (uncredited)

Glen Hambly ... Sahrvin (uncredited)

Rob Lanza ... Lawyer in W&H commercial (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 10: Soul Purpose

21 January 2004
Lindsey and Eve continue to plot against Team Angel. Lindsey approaches Spike, telling him that the Powers That Be have selected Spike to be the new Champion now that Angel is working for Wolfram & Hart. Meanwhile, Angel is caught in a series of hallucinations and can't wake up.

Season 5, Episode 11: Damage

28 January 2004
A psychotic vampire slayer has escaped from her asylum, and is now on the loose in Los Angeles. Angel and Spike are on the hunt for her, before she does more damage. Once she is found, looking for pieces of her past, she believes that Spike was the man who drove her towards insanity, and wants to seek revenge.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

James Marsters ... Spike

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Amy Acker ... Winifred Burkle

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Tom Lenk ... Andrew Wells

Mercedes McNab ... Harmony Kendall

Navi Rawat ... Dana

Jasmine Di Angelo ... Young Dana
David Brouwer ... Stock Boy

Kevin Quigley ... Dr. Rabinaw
Alex Alexander ... Carol (as Alex S. Alexander)

Rebecca Metz ... Young Nurse

Michael Krawic ... Vernon the Creepy Psychic

Mesan Richardson ... SWAT Team #1

William Stanford Davis ... Security Guard
Michael Hungerford ... Dock Worker (as Mike Hungerford)

Debbie McLeod ... Real Estate Agent
David Block ... Wolfram & Hart Lawyer (uncredited)
Carlton Enoch ... Paramedic (uncredited)
Stan Klimecko ... Walter (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 12: You're Welcome

4 February 2004
Cordelia awakens from her magically induced coma and returns to help Angel fight an old enemy who has reappeared even more powerful than ever.

Season 5, Episode 13: Why We Fight

11 February 2004
Angel's past comes to haunt him. An ally from World War II takes Fred, Gunn, and Wes hostage while seeking Angel. This is the only vampire Angel sired after he got his soul back. Angel relives the past and must determine his future.

Season 5, Episode 14: Smile Time

18 February 2004
Angel and the gang set out to foil an evil puppet show that is sucking the brain power of all the children who watch. During their fight, Angel is turned into a puppet himself and must rely upon his friends in order to reverse the spell which holds him at one foot tall.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

James Marsters ... Spike

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Amy Acker ... Winifred Burkle

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Mercedes McNab ... Harmony Kendall

Jonathan M. Woodward ... Knox

Jenny Mollen ... Nina Ash

Marc Vann ... Doctor Sparrow

David Fury ... Gregor Framkin

Ridge Canipe ... Tommy
Jennie Vaughn ... Tommy's Mother (as Jennie Vaughn Cambell)

Abigail Mavity ... Hannah
Drew Massey ... Puppet Angel
Victor Yerrid ... Polo

Tim Blaney ... Grufus

Julianne Buescher ... Puppet
Alice Dinnean ... Puppet (as Alice Dinnean Vernon)
Brad Abrell ... Puppet (voice)
Donna Kimball ... Puppet (voice)
Leslie Carrara ... Puppet (voice) (as Leslie Carrara-Rudolf)
David Block ... Wolfram & Hart Lawyer (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 15: A Hole in the World

25 February 2004
When an ancient sarcophagus arrives in the laboratory at Wolfram & Hart, Fred opens a small compartment and is infected by an ancient disease that slowly begins to kill her. As Angel and Spike travel across the world in order to help her, Wesley slowly begins to realize that there may be no stopping this disease.

Season 5, Episode 16: Shells

3 March 2004
As Angel and the gang try desperately to bring Fred back, Wesley begins to understand that the ancient demon Illyria, now fused with Fred's body, is here to stay. Exhausting all options for saving Fred, the gang switches gears to stop Illyria and her plan for global domination.

Season 5, Episode 17: Underneath

14 April 2004
Angel, Spike and Gunn travel to a surprisingly unusual hell dimension to free Lindsey and find out what he knows of the Senior Partners' ultimate plans. With Illyria's army defunct and her plans averted, the gang accepts her as a dubious ally. Wesley, volunteering to be her guide and mentor, falls slowly into depression and self-destruction. Meanwhile, the Senior Partners send a new, unstoppable force, a new liaison and businessman, named Marcus Hamilton, to find Eve, and Gunn makes an important decision in an attempt to protect his friends... and save his soul.

Season 5, Episode 18: Origin

21 April 2004
Parents bring their son to Wolfram and Hart to try to make sense of their son's superhuman abilities. Team Angel wants their assistance, but Angel refuses, because it's his son Connor. A demon is after Connor, but without his memories of his old life, he doesn't have much of a chance against the demon. True memories are revealed for Connor and a member of Team Angel

David Boreanaz ... Angel

James Marsters ... Spike

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Amy Acker ... Illyria

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Mercedes McNab ... Harmony Kendall

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Vincent Kartheiser ... Connor

Dennis Christopher ... Cyvus Vail

Jack Conley ... Sahjhan

Jim Abele ... Laurence
Adrienne Evans ... Colleen (as Adrienne Brett Evans)

Adam Baldwin ... Marcus Hamilton

Julie Benz ... Darla (archive footage) (uncredited)
David Block ... Wolfram & Hart Lawyer (uncredited)

Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase (archive footage) (uncredited)

Laurel Holloman ... Justine Cooper (archive footage) (uncredited)

Vladimir Kulich ... The Beast (archive footage) (uncredited)

Stephi Lineburg ... Girl (archive footage) (uncredited)

Stephanie Romanov ... Lilah Morgan (archive footage) (uncredited)

Keith Szarabajka ... Daniel Holtz (archive footage) (uncredited)

Gina Torres ... Jasmine (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 19: Time Bomb

28 April 2004
Illyria begins acting more strangely than usual. After she rescues Gunn from the suburban hell dimension, she begins displaying more power. After a hint from Hamilton, Wesley discovers that Fred's body is insufficient to contain Illyria's power, and she is about to explode. Meanwhile, Angel discovers that she is unintentionally leapfrogging through time, and uses it as possibly the only way to stop her. Also, Gunn begins to have suspicions about Angel being corrupted when he allows a demonic brethren to accept a pregnant young woman's baby as an upcoming sacrificial item.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

James Marsters ... Spike

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Amy Acker ... Illyria

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Mercedes McNab ... Harmony Kendall

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Jaime Bergman ... Amanda

Jeff Yagher ... Fell Leader

Adam Baldwin ... Marcus Hamilton
Nicholas K. Gilhool ... Fell Brother #1 (as Nick Gilhool)
David Block ... Wolfram & Hart Lawyer (uncredited)

Glen Hambly ... Fell Brother #2 (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 20: The Girl in Question

5 May 2004
Angel and Spike's mission to help resurrect a demon gang leader in Italy is made more complicated when they learn that their former love, Buffy, might be in danger. Meanwhile, when the Burkles make a surprise visit to Wolfram & Hart, Illyria solves the problem by showing Wesley a frightening talent- a talent that challenges his own moral standing.

David Boreanaz ... Angel

James Marsters ... Spike

J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn

Amy Acker ... Illyria

Andy Hallett ... Lorne

Mercedes McNab ... Harmony Kendall

Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Julie Benz ... Darla

Tom Lenk ... Andrew Wells

David S. Lee ... Alfonso (as David Lee)

Gary Grubbs ... Roger Burkle

Jennifer Griffin ... Trish Burkle
Carole Davis ... Ilona Costa Bianchi (as Carole Raphaelle Davis)

Juliet Landau ... Drusilla
Vikki Gurdas ... Bartendress
Rob Steiner ... Pietro

Andrew Ableson ... Italian Man

Dominic Pace ... Bouncer

Irina Maleeva ... Old Demon Lady
David Block ... Wolfram & Hart Lawyer (uncredited)

Brian Oerly ... Italian Henchman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 21: Power Play

12 May 2004
The Team have reason to believe that Angel has been utterly corrupted with power when they find evidence that he has joined the Circle of the Black Thorn, the most evil of secret societies. Wesley, Gunn, Spike, and even Illyria discover some surprises when they urge Angel to side with the forces of Good again.

Season 5, Episode 22: Not Fade Away

19 May 2004
In the series finale, Angel reveals that his questionable moral behavior has been part of a bigger plan: to destroy The Circle of the Black Thorn and show the Senior Partners that the power of good can still make a difference. Wesley struggles with helping Illyria adapt to the world, scolding her for her attempts to take on Fred's form. As Gunn continues his quest of self-discovery, Lorne becomes more aware of the lack of happiness in the world. Harmony attempts to seduce Marcus Hamilton for information, Lindsey makes an important decision regarding his alliance, and Eve continues to deal with being mortal. As Spike comes closer to understanding the nature of heroism, Angel pays a visit to the one person he truly loves. On Angel's bidding, the gang goes out and spends each day as if it were their last...

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