Angel (1999–2004)
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Blind Date 

A renegade attorney from Wolfram and Hart joins forces with Angel to stop a blind assassin from killing three children who threaten the firm.

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Vanessa Brewer (as Jennifer Badger Martin)
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Charles Constant ...
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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. Written by katierose295

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16 May 2000 (USA)  »

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Jennifer Badger (Vanessa) also played Charisma Carpenter's and Eliza Dushku's stunt double for both Angel and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. See more »

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When Lindsey returns from the sub-basement and exits the elevator, the writing on the security guard's shoulder badge is backwards; the video has been reversed. See more »

Quotes

Lindsey McDonald: I get myself killed, that'll convince you I've changed?
Angel: It's a start.
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Lindsey, haven't you learned anything? No one has their own life. We're all part of something larger
29 September 2007 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Lindsey, haven't you learned anything? No one has their own life. We're all part of something larger - A nice episode right before the first season finale. We got to see more of Wolfram & Hart, especially of the character 'Lindsey' who wanted out. 'Holland Manners' (Sam Anderson) also made his first appearance, I love his line right after he ordered the guard to kill 'Lee' - What a pity. You can't get that out of the carpet. Believe me, we've tried. The 'monster' of the episode was a blind woman, a pretty interesting villain. I've never considered 'Lindsey' to be a bad guy, nor a good guy. He's kind of in between, the only thing that he cares about is power so at the end of the episode he decides to stay because 'Holland' offered him his office. Neat episode, great camera work. LINDSEY: I guess it's fair to say that you've never seen anything like real poverty. I'm talking dirt poor -- no shoes, no toilet. Six of us kids in a room, and come flu season it went down to four. I was seven when they took the house. They just came right in and took it. And my daddy's being nice, you know? Joking with the bastards while he signs the deed. So, yeah, so we had a choice. Either you got stepped on or you got to steppin', and I swore to myself that I was not going to be the guy standing there with the stupid grin on my face, while my life got dribbled out. ANGEL: I'm sorry. I nodded off. Did you get to the part where you're evil?. (9.0 out of 10)


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