Angel (1999–2004)
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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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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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29 February 2000 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The gladiator-like premise of this episode is similar to the Star Trek: Voyager episode 'Tsunkatse' (s6 ep15) which aired only 20 days before it See more »

Goofs

(at around 1 min) When Angel is zapped by the cattle prod, it should singe his tank top, yet it doesn't leave a mark. See more »

Quotes

Cordelia Chase: "Demons, Demons, Demons." Wow. They put a lot of thought into that title.
Wesley Wyndam-Pryce: It's a demon database. What would you call it?
Cordelia Chase: I don't know. How 'bout..."Demon Database"?
Wesley Wyndam-Pryce: Ah. A name rife with single entendre.
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References Jerry Springer (1991) See more »

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Loved it! But...
9 May 2010 | by See all my reviews

This is probably not where this belongs, but bear with me. This isn't a review so much as a comment on the "goofs" section listed above. One of the "goofs" listed is that when Angel was shocked with the cattle prod,it didn't singe his shirt, but it should have. I disagree. Cattle prods do not necessarily singe fabric. They contain enough voltage to stimulate movement when simply slapping on the rear or tapping with a stick does not suffice, but they do not contain enough amperage to burn clothing. It is possible that these were "souped-up" cattle prods that could've done this type of damage, but cattle prods in general do not have that kind of power. Just wanted to clarify. :)


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