Angel (1999–2004)
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Destiny 

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 &... See full summary »

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Wesley Wyndam-Pryce (credit only)
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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. Written by katierose295

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19 November 2003 (USA)  »

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In a flashback to 1880, Angelus says, "William. You know, you really should find a new name for yourself. It just doesn't strike the right note of terror." This provocation might be the reason why William found the reasons to re-name himself Spike. See more »

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When Harmony and Spike are in bed and Harmony bites him, Spike jumps off without having time to either pull up his pants or zip up. A few moments later his pants are on, zipped up and buttoned. See more »

Quotes

Angel: [sarcastically, to Spike] You're a real hero.
Eve: And that's our problem in a nutshell.
Spike: Our problem?
Angel: Eve's got this theory.
Eve: Fact, Jack. There's only supposed to be one candidate for the vampire with the soul hero part in the big show. Two of you, and the wheel of destiny starts to spin off its axis. That's why everything and everyone is going mad.
Spike: Hold on a tick. You're blaming this on us?
Angel: No, she's blaming it on you.
Eve: This town might not be big enough for the both of you.
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References The Music Man (1962) See more »

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Too Drunk To Fuck
Performed by Dead Kennedys
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Don't mistake me. I do love the ladies. It's just lately, I've been wondering what it'd be like to share the slaughter of innocents with another man
3 March 2007 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Don't mistake me. I do love the ladies. It's just lately, I've been wondering what it'd be like to share the slaughter of innocents with another man - As much as I want to hate this episode, for several reasons, I have always admitted that it's well done, the flashbacks were perfect and the action and script were superb. There are only two main things that really p!ss me off, first of all, 'Spike', big surprise there, he's always selfish and unbearable but this time more so than the usual, also him becoming corporeal just like that without any real explanation on how, didn't really leave a good impression, and people whine about season 4 not making sense? Another one is the way 'Angel' was written in this episode, they wrote him into this incredibly childish loser, and even though I know that was the point of all of this, it still bothered me, it felt as if the writers were just trying to make the audience dislike his character. Didn't work for me 'cause I kept loving his character, even though I did have the urge to slap him. The best about the episode gotta be the flashbacks, it had been a while and even though I wish 'Darla' had appeared in them, 'Dru' worked just fine. Apparently 'Angelus' was whom turned 'Willy' into a monster by having sex with Dru right in front of him, 'Angelus' is so morbid and I love it. I also liked that strange sound that made people crazy and cry blood, like 'Harmony' when she was having sex with 'Spike' and 'Gunn' who tried to strangle 'Eve'. The whole 'Eve' mystery also worked well, she got away by making the gang believe that she wasn't involved in any of it by using her innocent look, while she was actually behind all of it and was even working (well, sleeping) with 'Lindsey' who is back and has tattoo's all over his body and apartment. Well done episode all round, definitely annoying, but in a good way. kind of. SPIKE: Look at you. Thinking you're the big savior fighting for truth, justice, and soccer moms, but you still can't lay flesh on a cross without smelling like bacon, can you? ANGEL: Like you're any different. SPIKE: Well, that's just it. I am. And you know it. You had a soul forced on you as a curse. Make you suffer for all the horrible things you'd done. But me, I fought for my soul. Went through the demon trials. Almost did me in a dozen times over, but I kept fighting. 'Cause I knew it was the right thing to do. It's my destiny. ANGEL: Really? Heard it was just to get into a girl's pants. (9.0 out of 10)


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