Angel (1999–2004)
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Blood Money 

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.

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Holland Manners (archive footage)
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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.

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Trivia

First appearance of Nathan Reed. See more »

Goofs

Angel and Annie, the target of his attentions, act towards each other as strangers, despite the two meeting briefly in Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Lie to Me. This is in seeming contradiction of Angel's well-established feats of photographic memory (as seen in Angel: Supersymmetry). See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Wesley Wyndam-Pryce: You think I don't have what it takes?
Charles Gunn: I know you don't have what it takes.
Wesley Wyndam-Pryce: I guess we'll just have to find out.
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References Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Lie to Me (1997) See more »

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Let 'Er Rip
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Performed by The Dixie Chicks
(Played at the charity benefit)
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Boo-hoo. Let me wipe away the tears with my plastic hand
3 April 2007 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Boo-hoo. Let me wipe away the tears with my plastic hand - A quite fun episode that may not be one of the most memorable ones, but it's still entertaining enough to enjoy. 'Lindsey' and 'Lilah' are the main source of fun, of love those two bickering as much as when they work together. But they are different 'Lindsey' is kind of the rebel who wants his own rules and doesn't care if Wolfram & Heart want 'Angel' dead or not, 'Lilah' on the other hand tries to do everything by the rules and is dead afraid of 'Angel'. In this episode we also see a long lost character back called 'Anne' who appeared twice on BTVS, her character is very sweet and caring and she deserved all that money that 'Angel' gave her at the end. Another thing I loved about the episode were the three fired fang gang members looking for their new agency, they work well together and their scenes were quite fun. What I didn't like that much was the forced storyline of Wolfram & Heart doing charity work to gain a good image but most of all, an old enemy of 'Angel' called 'Boone' who double crossed Wolfram & Heart and then fights it out with 'Angel', his character was just unnecessary and simply brought down the quality of the episode. But nevertheless, the episode has lots of fun moments, I also strangely liked 'Merl's scenes a lot and also the tape on where 'Wesley' is stripping and 'Cordy' shows off her acting skills. Very fun episode but sadly, also quite skipable. ANGEL: It's actually kind of fun when you know the rules. I mean, when you know that there aren't any. You screw with me, and you screw with me, and... you screw with me. And now I get to screw with you. LILAH: Uh... ANGEL: That's gonna be great! LILAH: Angel, please... ANGEL: No. No. No. No. The begging, that comes later. (7.5 out of 10)


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