Angel (1999–2004)
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Orpheus 

Fred calls Willow to re-en soul Angel. She encounters unexpected resistance from a mysterious source. Faith's strategy to capture Angelus has an unexpected side affect. She enters Angel's mind and witnesses some of his past.

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Fred calls Willow to re-en soul Angel. She encounters unexpected resistance from a mysterious source. Faith's strategy to capture Angelus has an unexpected side affect. She enters Angel's mind and witnesses some of his past.

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19 March 2003 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Angel: Parting Gifts (1999) saw Angel Investigations in its smallest form with only Angel and Cordelia left and Wes not yet formally part of the team. 'Orpheus' sees it at its maximum strength with Angel, Cordelia, Wes, Fred, Gunn, Lorne and Connor with Faith and Willow as temporary members. See more »

Goofs

When Angel rescues the puppy, it changes breed in different shots. See more »

Quotes

Angelus: Why do you get to be Marley's Ghost?
Faith: Because I'm dying dumb-ass.
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Connections

Spoofs Nosferatu (1922) See more »

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Mandy
Performed by Barry Manilow
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The journey of an Angel and Faith
23 September 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Faith is probably one of the best characters ever created for a TV series. Her journey from hero, to villain, to a woman trying to find redemption is a powerful one. Faith's guilt and self loathing, especially in this episode, make her a powerful character and one you want to see reach a happy ending to her journey.

Elisa Dushku is brilliant as Faith, her best role to date, mostly due to the wide range this character has afforded her to play.

The journey of both Faith and Angelus through Angel's past was very well written and a great way to give Faith the strength to continue with her own journey, to fight the good fight again rather than merely rotting in jail.

A very powerful, well written, beautifully directed episode of "Angel".


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