Angel (1999–2004)
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The Ring 

Owners of an underground arena enslave Angel and pit him against powerful demons for entertainment.

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Tom Cribb
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Darin MacNamara
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Jack MacNamara
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Ernie Nellins
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Mr. Winslow
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Storyline

When an investigation goes wrong, Angel finds himself kidnapped by a demon fight club. He's trapped there, forced to fight other demons as part of a gladiator show. Cordy and Wes search for him, desperate to rescue Angel before it's too late. Meanwhile, Angel meets another Wolfram and Hart lawyer, Lilah Morgan. She promises to get Angel out of the club if he agrees to come over to Wolfram and Hart's side. Written by katierose295

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Trivia

When Wesley is talking to Ernie there are two signs behind him, one says "Danger! Hot girls" the other says "We have ice!" See more »

Goofs

When Angel goes into the sewer to find Jack. He is searching around. On the right side a light on a stand and a blue bag with paper is visible. See more »

Quotes

Cordelia Chase: Someone ought to create an intra-demon dating base. You know like Archfiend.org, where the lonely and the slimy connect.
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References Wheel of Fortune (1983) See more »

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Angel: The Legendary Journeys
16 November 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Is there a reason that this episode closely resembles Hercules' episode 1.10 titled Gladiator?

I looked through the list of people who worked on both episodes and didn't see any overlapping names. I didn't notice it ten years ago, but I recently started watching Herc on netflix and halfway through the episode I began to feel a little deja vu. Which totally makes sense because I saw the episode when I was a teenager, but the longer I watched the more familiar it became.

When the queen requested to see Herc in her bed chamber a light came on in the distance. But, when he asked to go back to his cell A flood of memories came to me. I shouted "Angel", "Lilah", "The Ring!", "Which one's Cordi?" and other unintelligible things. Because, I'm the kind of loser who gets excited over this kinds of things


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