Angel (1999–2004)
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The Shroud of Rahmon 

Posing as a hip Vegas vampire, Angel infiltrates a gang of thieves bent on stealing a supernatural shroud housed in a museum vault.

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Detective Kate Lockley (as Elisabeth Rohm)
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Menlo
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Lester (as Dwayne L. Barnes)
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Detective Turlock
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Detective Broomfield
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Vyasa
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Bob
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Jay-Don
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Storyline

When Gunn's cousin becomes involved in a plan to rob a museum, it's up to the gang at Angel Inc. to help him get out of it. The robbers are after the Shroud of Rahmon. Going undercover with the demon thieves, Angel and Gunn are soon in over their heads. The Shroud has magical powers that turn people crazy. Soon it's infecting all of them, even Angel. Angel's relationship with Detective Kate Lockley is both bettered and worsened when she intrudes on the heist. Written by katierose295

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21 November 2000 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Note Cordelia has a new haircut in this episode. See more »

Goofs

After Angel, Gunn, Menlo and Vyasa blow the vault, there is a close up shot of the destroyed lock mechanism. You can clearly see that it is made out of fiberboard or some kind of particle board, not metal. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Detective Broomfield: I'm telling you, this creep knows what happened. He's playing us.
Detective Turlock: He might be. He's got mental problems.
Detective Broomfield: I don't care about that. We got one body already. And if she dies?
Detective Turlock: If she dies, he's all yours.
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Referenced in Angel: Blood Money (2001) See more »

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Run of the mill episode
12 October 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Nothing over the top but still an interesting episode. Angel posing as the Rat Pack-esquire vampire Jay-don was pretty interesting. Hearing him talk like a native of Brooklyn and dressing almost as flashy as Lorne was actually quite funny. No shocker that Gunn posed as his cousin in order to possibly keep an eye on Angel and stick it to him for telling him not to go along. My favorite part is when Angel bit Kate in order to protect her. All I have to say is David Boreanaz is one lucky SOB. If I ever had the opportunity to suck the neck of someone as hot as Elisabeth Rohm like that, I wouldn't want to let go. What is shocking is that Angel biting Kate and telling her to play dead in some way leads to her beginning to trust him again throughout the rest of her episodes. Even though there much more happened in this episode, I only felt like writing about the parts I liked.


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