Angel (1999–2004)
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I've Got You Under My Skin 

Angel and Wesley perform an exorcism on a young boy possessed by a demon.

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(as R. D. Price)

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Detective Kate Lockley (as Elisabeth Rohm)
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Seth Anderson
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Paige Anderson
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Ethros Demon
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Ryan Anderson
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Stephanie Anderson
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Rick the Clerk
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One of Cordy's visions sends Angel and Wes out to help a family in trouble. An dangerous Ethros demon is possessing someone in the household. Ethros demons force their victims to commit horrible acts and the gang at Angel Inc. has to perform an exorcism. Things quickly go wrong, though, and soon everyone is in even bigger danger. Meanwhile, Wes deals with memories of his own traumatic childhood and Angel continues to miss Doyle. Written by katierose295

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15 February 2000 (USA)  »

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A woman covered in green makeup is visible during the hallway scene after the parents put the children to bed. See more »

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Ethros Demon: I am Ethros. I corrupted the spirits of men before they had speech to name me. The child was but the last among tens of thousands. One more pure heart to corrupt, one more soul to suck dry.
Wesley Wyndam-Pryce: Well chalk up one exciting failure. You didn't get that boy's soul.
Ethros Demon: Hmph. What soul? Do you know what the most frightening thing in the world is? Nothing. That's what I found in the boy. No conscience, no fear, no humanity. Just a black void. I couldn't control him. I couldn't get out. I never even ...
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References Buns of Steel (1987) See more »

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How many crosses am I holding up?
26 April 2007 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

How many crosses am I holding up? - I'm a sucker for exorcism, when it comes to movies or TV episodes. This is one of the best horror episodes of ANGEL's first season, I do think it starts off a bit slow, but once the kid is revealed to be possessed by a demon, it jumps of excitement. My favorite scene is with tough 'Wesley' trying to get the demon out of the kid, Alexis Denisof does a great job in the episode. Also 'Angel's character was great, he still misses 'Doyle' and blames himself for his death. The twist at the end, when the Ethros Demon tells 'Angel' and 'Wes' that he was trying to kill the kid because the little boy was completely empty and pure evil, was great. The kid even tried to burn up his little sister. I wonder what became of him, I just feel bad for his parents. An excellent horror episode all around. SETH: A friend of ours, the kids used to call him Uncle Frank, died in a fire. PAIGE: That was an accident. It wasn't Ryan! RYAN: Mommy, I'm scared. It s so cold in here. Mommy? SETH: And that isn't Ryan either. Paige? PAIGE: I'm not going to him, okay? I'm playing by the stupid rules. CORDELIA: Good! We can watch TV or play cards. You'll get caught up, you won't even hear your son's pain. (9.0 out of 10)


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