Angel (1999–2004)
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Belonging 

A magic portal from another world brings a nasty demon--and the Host's cousin--to Los Angeles.

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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... Written by katierose295

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Trivia

The flashback scene takes place in Los Angeles on May 7, 1996. See more »

Goofs

(at around 28 mins) The gray boom microphone is visible for a few seconds on the right side of the frame as it bobs up and down. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Cordelia Chase: You want to try some of my sashimi?
Charles Gunn: That's the raw fish? Maybe when hell freezes over.
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Connections

References Wheel of Fortune (1983) See more »

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Superstition
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Written by Stevie Wonder
Performed by Andy Hallett
(Sung by Lorne at Caritas)
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Show the cleavage, save the line. Got it?
13 June 2007 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Show the cleavage, save the line. Got it? - Although not entirely satisfying, still an excellent episode that develops the entire main cast just enough. All four main characters aren't feeling like they belong, 'Cordy's acting career is a complete mess as she gets a commercial but the director treats her like garbage, 'Angel' feels old and cheap, 'Wesley's job as a boss is not turning out the way he wanted to and 'Gunn' has been neglected by his old gang and one of his old crew dies. The lesser story lines were 'Lorne's one, his cousin and a a demon from his dimension manage to get to L.A. through a portal. But the good really overweights the lesser good, plus this is the episode that introduced 'Winifred Burkle', who was sucked into a portal five years ago. At the end of the episode 'Cordy' gets sucked into 'The Host's dimension. LORNE: I prefer Lorne. ANGEL: Lorne. LORNE: Yes. Lorne, if you must. Though I generally don't go by that because... green? CORDELIA: Huh? ANGEL: Right. Lorne Greene... Bonanza? Fifteen years on the air not mean anything to anyone here? Okay. Now I feel old. (8.5 out of 10)


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