To save Connor's life, Wes takes him away from Angel; Angel uncovers Lilah's plot to have him kill Connor; Holtz finally attacks.

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Cordelia Chase (credit only)
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As Wesley struggles to come to terms with the prophecy, Angel's behavior grows more and more erratic. The crew at Angel Inc. is concerned as Angel's moods swing from giddy to furious with no provocation. While Holtz, Lilah and Shajhan continue to plot vengeance against Angel, Wes takes drastic steps to keep Connor safe. Written by katierose295

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Trivia

Producer and Co-Creator David Greenwalt wrote the song that Kim sings. See more »

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How can Sahjhan sit on a chair at the bar with Lilah, if he is incorporeal? See more »

Quotes

Angel: How did the Flying Nun fly? I mean, was it God or magic?
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References The Flying Nun (1967) See more »

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Unnecessary messy
29 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

This episode stands out from the rest of the episodes as being unnecessarily complex and far-fetched. I don't think plots like that suits a show like an Angel.

It was too much of "he knows that X wants to Y, while Y thinks Z need T because X can't protect Y, yet Z has no idea that T while S never intended to harm Y bla bla bla". Plots like that just doesn't suit Angel I think.

Maybe I was just not alert when watching it, but this was the first Angel episode I had to make multiple rewinds to understand what was going on. That is usually never necessary in Joss Whedon's series, as he tends to be really good at presenting the reasons for character's action in a nice way so you never go "Why is he doing this??? Huh? What's going on"...


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