Angel (1999–2004)
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Double or Nothing 

When a demon Gunn once sold his soul to comes to collect on the debt, Angel, Fred and Cordelia help to save him.



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Episode cast overview:
Repo Demon
John David Conti ...
Male Elderly Demon
Female Elderly Demon (as P.B. Hutton)
Doctor (as Nigel D. Gibbs)


As Angel grieves for Connor, Cordelia returns to LA and tries to comfort him. Meanwhile, Gunn is falling in love with Fred. But, he has to deal with a mistake that he made back when he was a vampire street fighter and it could ruin their happy future. Wes, abandoned by his friends and banned from the Hyperion, leaves the hospital by himself. Written by katierose295

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22 April 2002 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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The flashback scenes take place in Los Angeles in 1995. See more »


When Angel cuts the deck (in the long shot), he has a black Three. In the close-up, it has become a Three of Hearts. See more »


Winifred 'Fred' Burkle: Who'd you trade your soul for?
Charles Gunn: It was a long time ago.
Winifred 'Fred' Burkle: I know. But I want you to tell me and we'll never talk about it again. Who was she?
Charles Gunn: That was way before I met you.
Winifred 'Fred' Burkle: You must of wanted her pretty bad to trade your soul.
Charles Gunn: Guess I did...
Winifred 'Fred' Burkle: Just tell me.
Charles Gunn: You'll think it's stupid.
Winifred 'Fred' Burkle: No I won't.
Winifred 'Fred' Burkle: It was a truck. I was 17 years old and I sold my soul for a truck.
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Written by Stevie Wonder, Coolio, Doug Rasheed and L.V.
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We are not losing another member of this family
4 June 2007 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

We are not losing another member of this family - The most unpopular 'Gunn'-episode is probably my favorite, not because of the 'Gunn' storyline but because of pretty much everything else. I only really hated the "break-up" scene with 'Fred', it was really overacted, badly scripted and forced, but the rest of the 'Gunn' storyline worked, I bought the whole 'selling-soul-for-truck' thing. I also liked the Casino storyline, it was fun, and 'Angel' only getting a three cracks me up every time. What I mainly love about the episode are the 'Wes' scenes, he doesn't actually say anything but they're still powerful. And of course the Cangel scenes, well-written and heartbreaking, at the end of the episode 'Angel' is finally able to move on. Excellent episode, glad 'Cordy' and 'Groo' were back. CORDELIA: I'm not gonna sit here and pretend that I know what you're going through, or that I could begin to understand what it is you're feeling. The last thing you need right now is someone saying that given time, things will get better. The hurt will go away. Because things won't get better. And the hurt's never gonna go away. The truth is, if you lived another two hundred years, you'd never forget how Connor was taken from you. And you shouldn't. You loved your son, Angel. And you're gonna go on loving him. And missing him. And you'll go one living. You'll do that, too. ANGEL: I don't know how. CORDELIA: You don't need to. The "how" works itself out. Life'll just keeping happening. There'll be people who need our help and so we'll help 'em. 'Cause that's what we do. (8.5 out of 10)

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