Angel: Season 5, Episode 11

Damage (28 Jan. 2004)

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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, ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jasmine Di Angelo ...
Young Dana
David Brouwer ...
Stock Boy
Dr. Rabinaw
Alex Alexander ...
Carol (as Alex S. Alexander)
Young Nurse


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. Written by Anonymous

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In the opening moments of the show, Dr. Rabinaw sees that the nurse is working a crossword and says, "Give me one." She suggests, "'In a mellifluous manner.' 7 letters, ends in a 'Y'." It is hardly secret knowledge that the Latin word for honey is "mellis," and "fluens" means "spilling", which suggests that the answer is "sweetly." Perhaps it does suggest something about his character that Dr. Rabinaw gives up and says, "Give me another one." See more »


Andrew: Giles and a few key Sunnydale alum have been tracking down the recently chosen. Uh, guiding them, training them, giving them the full X-Men minus the crappy third act.
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Are you kidding me?
6 October 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Whose idea was it to have that little ponce Andrew in an episode? And of all things, he's a Watcher, let alone Giles' "top man". Andrew makes Wesley on BTVS look like he does in season 5 of Angel. The brown bag lunch with a juice box, the Frodo comment, screeching like a little girl when he sees the dead body while following Spike. David Nabbit, the Dungeons & Dragons guy from 'War Zone', 'To Shanshu in LA' and 'First Impressions' would've been more believable as a watcher than Andrew.

OK now, on to the main part of the story line. A psychotic girl has escaped from a mental asylum and by chance she's one of the potential slayers. To make matters even more fun, she was driven insane from being tortured by the man who killed her family 15 years earlier. Due to the memories of past slayers and what she's seeing mixing in her head, she thinks that man is Spike. And wouldn't you know it, he is the 'vigilante' do-gooder who is tracking her while Team Angel looks for her too. Now she tortures him by drugging him and cutting his hands off before Angel and the strike team manage to subdue her.

Now for the biggest shocker. Andrew stands up to Angel and says he's taking custody of the girl. Of course, he does it with 12 of the new slayers around him. For him to say that the orders came from Buffy, that they don't trust Team Angel anymore because they work for Wolfram & Hart and that they're the enemy now shows how much of a narrow minded bitch Buffy had really become.

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