Angel (1999–2004)
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Team Angel is shocked when Spike appears out of an amulet that someone sent to Angel. Spike was supposed to have died back in Sunnydale, but now he's returned as a ghost. And he's really ... See full summary »

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Team Angel is shocked when Spike appears out of an amulet that someone sent to Angel. Spike was supposed to have died back in Sunnydale, but now he's returned as a ghost. And he's really unhappy about it. Angel has to deal with an evil necromancer and with Spike, who might just be willing to turn on Team Angel if it'll make him corporeal again. Written by katierose295

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After Spike has materialized and he understands who he is, Lorne says, "Honey of a story - the Vampire Slayer both men loved, both men lost. Oh, I could sell that to any studio in a heartbeat." This is a self-referential statement about (one story line) of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) - the story which did become a series. See more »

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If Spike cannot touch anything at all - this is a big point throughout the season - how can he sit in Angel's chair? See more »

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Harmony: [to Spike] Oh, my God! You and the Slayer actually... I mean, I know you had that twisted obsession with her, but - ugh! That's just - ugh!
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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I thought he wasn't solid
3 October 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What I always wondered is if Spike wasn't corporeal, then how was he able to sit in Angel's chair with his feet on the desk and sit in Angel's car? If he wasn't solid, then he shouldn't be able to climb steps or ride an elevator. Seeing as he jumped right through Angel and stuck out of his desk, how was this possible? I can understand how he can walk on the main floor being that was where he was resurrected but the rest just never made any sense. And what about him trying to leave town? Yet again, we see another improbable feat. Spike in this episode and all the rest until he becomes corporeal were questions I always wanted to ask Joss Whedon about.


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