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 ... See full summary »

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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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When the demon ask Angel what kind of game he wants to play (Omaha, Texas Hold'Em, 7 card stud) and Angel suggest to simply draw one card each and high card wins the Demon comments on this decision by saying: "The Vampire not only got soul, he got guts".

But since they were only supposed to play one hand anyway, all the other options would have also had been a 50/50 coin-flip situation anyway with no skill involved whatsoever. See more »

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Flashbacks establish that Gunn knows demons exist in L.A., but in Angel {Guise Will Be Guise (#2.6)}, he wonders how he could have lived in town all his life without knowing all the "weird-ass stuff" going on. See more »

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The Groosalugg: He is very fortunate to have such a woman looking after his weapon.
Lorne: [chuckling] I'm not touchin' that one.
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Gangsta's Paradise
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Written by Stevie Wonder, Coolio, Doug Rasheed and L.V.
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Life really is unfair
29 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Double or Nothing helps show why the last half of season 3 were some of the worst episodes of the entire series. After Gunn & Fred understanding why Wes kidnapped Connor in Forgiving, for them to totally turn their backs on him like that was too cruel. It was so sad seeing Fred tell Wes not to come back to the hotel when you could see on her face that she actually cared for him more than she thought. Angel has the nerve to say "We are not losing another member of this family" when his actions were the main reason everyone turned on Wes to begin with. And by the way, isn't Wesley technically the boss? How would the business run the right way without the "head honcho". On top of all that, it's revealed how much of a punk and a thug Gunn really is. And to really add salt to the wound, he still ends up with the girl at the end while Wes is left alone with no one being sympathetic to his needs.


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