Angel finds himself caught in the middle of a war between the sexes when a female demon from another dimension fights against her male oppressors.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Diego (as André L. Roberson)
Peter Wilkers
Honor Bliss ...
Demon Henchman #1
Demon Girl #1
Lucas Dudley ...
Security Guard


After Cordy gets a vision from the Powers That Be, Angel finds himself fighting demons from an alternate dimension. Desperate to escape their own cruel world, where the females are used as virtual slaves, demon women are smuggling themselves to earth. Unfortunatly, the men from that dimension are out to stop them and it's up to the gang at Angel Inc. to help the refugees find safety. Written by katierose295

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8 February 2000 (USA)  »

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While "lecturing" about the Manet artwork, Angel points out a figure in the painting: it is Charles Baudelaire, of whom Angel remarks, "Baudelaire - interesting fellow. In his poem 'Le Vampire' he wrote: 'Thou who abruptly as a knife didst come into my heart.'" (This poem has been translated by many; Angel uses the translation by George Dillon.) He adds, "... some even speculated that the poem was about a real vampire." Angel chuckles. "Oh and, ah, Baudelaire was actually a little taller and a lot drunker than he's depicted here." The implication, of course, is that Angelus and Baudelaire knew each other and that the poem was written about Angel. See more »


When Angel checks his cellphone after his call fails, the screen says LOW BATTERY, but a charge meter in the upper right corner of the screen shows that the battery is fully charged. See more »


Cordelia Chase: [to Angel] I was so glad you came. You know how parties are? You're always worried that no one's gonna suck the energy out of the room like a giant black hole of boring despair. But, there you were in the clinch!
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Crazy Credits

Instead of the usual credits, this episode has the footage of Angel and Wes's really bad dance moves from Cordelia's party. See more »


References Carrie (1976) See more »


Light Years On
Written by The Angel (as Angel C.)
Performed by The Angel (as 60 Channels)
Courtesy of Supa Crucial Recordings
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I got two modes with people: bite and avoid
14 April 2007 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

I got two modes with people: bite and avoid - I personally do not think it's nearly as poor as some people make it out to be, but unlike other bashed episodes like 'I Fall To Pieces' and 'The Cautionary Tale', I do find it to be one of my least favorites of the show. I do think that the comedy works, the teaser was hilarious with 'Angel' dancing and 'Wesley' being a complete moron. I also loved the dynamic between the three in this episode, it gave us some really hilarious moments. I also liked the 'Jhiera' storyline, she's a woman that came through a portal and is trying to save other females from her dimension, where they are all enslaved by males. I also liked the heat between 'Jhiera' and 'Angel', I think it worked and I also think those two characters actually had a good chemistry. This episode also reminds me of the television show Sliders, which isn't exactly a good thing but it's not a bad thing either. The problem was that the storyline got dragged a bit and sometimes it felt as if the episode was never going to end, but still, I did quite enjoy it, mostly because of the Wes/Angel/Cordy scenes. ANGEL: The quiet, reserved thing... don't you think that makes me kind of, I don't know, cool? CORDELIA: He was cooler. WESLEY: Good morning! ANGEL: Now I'm depressed. (6.0 out of 10)

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