Angel (1999–2004)
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Guise Will Be Guise 

Realizing his obsessions have climaxed, Angel embarks on a journey of enlightenment with the help of a swami. Cordelia is threatened by an assailant looking for Angel until Wesley steps in ... See full summary »

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Realizing his obsessions have climaxed, Angel embarks on a journey of enlightenment with the help of a swami. Cordelia is threatened by an assailant looking for Angel until Wesley steps in and assumes his boss' role. Wesley, as Angel, is tasked to protect a prominent businessman's daughter whose life is threatened. Everyone is shocked when Wesley makes a very personal connection to the client. Written by Patrick "The G" Gurney

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This isn't the first vampire television show that Brigid Brannagh has played in. She also was a major character in Vampire : The Masquerade. See more »

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[first lines]
Man: Hello.
Wesley Wyndam-Pryce: Didn't hear you come in. How can I help you?
Man: Where is he?
Wesley Wyndam-Pryce: Angel? He is rather out at the moment. Is there something I can do for you? I'm his associate.
Man: Yeah, you can tell me where the boss is. It's kind of urgent.
Wesley Wyndam-Pryce: We specialize in urgent. Life and death is it?
Man: It could get rough. I need someone with his special abilities.
Wesley Wyndam-Pryce: I understand perfectly. Why don't you fill me in, and as soon as we find...
Man: What about you? You got any special abilities?
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References Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) See more »

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I Got You Babe
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Written by Sonny Bono
Performed by Eiji Inoue and Michael Yama
(sung as karaoke in Caritas)
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Oh, I can't do anything fun tonight. I have to count my past sins, then alphabetize them. Oh, by the way, I'm thinking of snapping on Friday
18 February 2007 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Oh, I can't do anything fun tonight. I have to count my past sins, then alphabetize them. Oh, by the way, I'm thinking of snapping on Friday - A fun, character-developing filler episode. One negative side on season 2 is that the 'Darla' episodes were so strong that I got annoyed by every non-Darla episode. But what makes this episode so entertaining is the way 'Wesley' turns into this tough guy when he's pretending to be 'Angel' and finally getting 'some'. The actually storyline was a lot less interesting as 'Wesley' had to protect a girl named 'Virginia' from her father's enemies, but they didn't know that her father was planning on sacrificing her. Meanwhile 'Angel' is still torn up about 'Darla' and goes to a swami, or at least someone pretending to be a swami. The funniest scene of the episode was when 'Wesley' was forced to drink pig's blood, Alexis Denisof does a great job at being tortured in the last three seasons, but he is just as good at playing a lame useless idiot. I love him both ways. One thing that I did notice is that Charisma Carpenter's make-up was awful, she looked like a clown with the awful clothing she wore and the hair and all that make up. Despite that, it's quite an enjoyable comedy episode that wasn't quite necessary. But it's always fun when 'Angel' is called a 'eunuch'. WESLEY: It has to be Paul Lanier. He thought that would keep Virginia unprotected. Then when his men couldn't take me out, he tipped off Bryce that I wasn't Angel. He hoped Bryce would get me out of the way. ANGEL: What's going on? Where you in Virginia? WESLEY: That's beside the point. ANGEL: He was posing as you. Protecting a girl named Virginia. This guy Lanier is trying to kill her, or abduct her, or something. (7.5 out of 10)


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