Fed up with her horrible apartment, Cordy packs her bags and moves in with Angel. He's soon overwhelmed by her bossy, destructive presence and tells Doyle to find her an new place to live. Doyle's being chased by loan sharks, so he has problems of his own. Still, he locates the perfect place for Cordy and she happily signs the lease. But, there's still a slight problem... Cordelia's new apartment is haunted. And her ghostly roommate wants Cordy gone. Written by
Did You Know?
Although BJ Porter
appeared in Angel for just a few moments in only this episode (in the other ones Dennis is a friendly but invisible ghost), the shot of his face looking upward in despair was so powerful and moving that it remains in the opening credits through the rest of the series' run, including the final episode. See more
(at around 50 mins) When Cordelia and Doyle are discussing Cordy's plans to take out a wall in her new apartment, there's a shot of the wall and a crew member's arm can be seen on the left of the shot. See more
Your cousin called with one of those names from your part of England.
Allen Francis Doyle
My part of *England*?
Beethoven's Ninth Symphony: Ode to joy
Written by Ludwig van Beethoven
[The classical piece playing in Angel's apartment while he is showering and Cordelia shows up] See more