Angel (1999–2004)
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Sanctuary 

The second half of Faith's appearance in LA has her bonding with Angel. She's utterly drained and has no more fight left in her. Angel takes her in and become her redemption "sponser." He ... See full summary »

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The second half of Faith's appearance in LA has her bonding with Angel. She's utterly drained and has no more fight left in her. Angel takes her in and become her redemption "sponser." He promises to help her find a way to forgive herself and start over. But, there are still a lot of problems to overcome. Wes and Cordy aren't too happy that Angel's forgiven Faith. The Watcher's Council goons are still after Faith. Lila, Lindsey and Lee are hiring another assassin. Kate wants to arrest Angel. And, oh yeah, Buffy's on her way to LA looking for payback on Faith. In the end, it's up to Faith to choose a new path and save herself. Written by katierose295

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Trivia

This is the only episode of the series in which both Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy Summers) and Eliza Dushku (Faith) appear. See more »

Goofs

In the pub, the close-up shot of the no smoking sign says "Please No Smoking", but in the distant shots, it says "Thank You For Not Smoking". See more »

Quotes

Wesley Wyndam-Pryce: I can't tell you how sorry I am that I allowed this to happen.
Cordelia Chase: I believe it was Faith who allowed her elbow to collide with my face.
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Crazy Credits

While Faith flips channels, credits for something run on the TV consisting of friends and/or crew members. TV-Host: Lisa Lassek Nik's Secretary: John Charson Rick Henn: Phillip Geoffrey Hough Female Dancers: Mere Smith Tamara Lewis Golda Savage Marilyn Adams aka Marilyn McMahon Adams Elyse Smith Elisabeth James Jesse Stern Unit Production Manager: Robert D. Nellans First Assistant Director: Ian Woolf See more »

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Features Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Bad Girls (1999) See more »

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A little subdued
27 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was meant to be the second of a two part episode, and it was coupled with the "Five by Five" story. After seeing the prior Angel episode "Five By Five", this was by comparison subdued, especially because Eliza Dushku was not called upon to deliver the same powerful performance that she delivered in the prior episode. The character Faith who was a catalyst in Five by Five, seemed to go through this episode in shock or perhaps deep in thought.

On the positive side, this story shows Angel's philosophy of helping to save souls and that helping save souls is more important than anything else to Angel, including friendships, co-workers and former lovers. This episode also delivers tremendous suspense in that numerous people are out to ruin the work that Angel's efforts to help Faith Lehane, including Buffy, The Watcher Council and the Police, not to mention there is a possibility that Faith herself will ruin it.

I have watched this one about 4 or 5 times and still like the ending, despite knowing it so well.


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