Angel (1999–2004)
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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 ... 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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2 May 2000 (USA)  »

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


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 »


[Angel pops out of the shower]
Angel: Everything okay in there?
Faith: It was touch-and-go for those four minutes you left me alone but somehow I got through it.
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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 »


References Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Who Are You? (2000) See more »

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Everybody Wants Some Faith
28 December 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The second half of what is essentially a two parter. Faith is taken in by Angel and no one is happy about it. Not Cordelia who preemptively takes a paid vacation or Wesley who doesn't trust Faith not that anyone could blame him after being nearly killed by her. Faith wants to change and Angel is the only one who's willing to help her. Though none of this was going to be easy what with the police after her for a string of assaults, the Watcher's Council for crimes in Sunnydale, Buffy for that horrific body swap situation and Wolfram & Hart for not making good on their agreement to kill Angel. Nothing but chaos ensues when they all zero in on her. Great drama. Great action. Awesome episode.

Pros: Faith wanting to get better

Buffy/Angel scenes

Great action scenes and stuntwork

Wesley siding with Angel over the Watcher's Council

Cons: Didn't effect the story much but would've liked more Cordelia in the episode

Overall Score: 9.5/10

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