Angel (1999–2004)
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To Shanshu in L.A. 

A scythe-wielding demon targets Angel's allies as Wolfram and Hart lawyers attempt to summon a powerful force from beyond.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Detective Kate Lockley (as Elisabeth Rohm)
Vocah Demon
Carey Cannon ...
Female Oracle
Randall Slavin ...
Homeless Woman
Daren Rice ...
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In the season one finale, Angel Inc. is facing its biggest challenges ever. A demon attacks Cordy and Wes, leaving Angel worried and desperate to protect them. Plus, Angel's home is targeted, Kate's threatening to arrest him, and the Shanshu Prophesy might have some bad news about his future. To make matters worse, Wolfram and Hart is conducting a mystical ritual to "raise" something that might destroy Angel once and for all. He'll have to work hard if he's going to save Cordy and stop Wolfram and Hart's newest plot. Written by katierose295

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23 May 2000 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Julie Benz guest starred on a show called Fame L.A. on which Christian Kane, was a regular actor. See more »


Angel is in his office with the gang says he has a task to perform, next time you see him supposedly in Lindsay's apartment; but clearly in background is the rear wall of Angel's office, the red one with the weapons and ornaments on. See more »


Angel: Cordelia, I'm gonna fix this. Promise. I'm gonna get you back. I need you back.
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References To Live and Die in L.A. (1985) See more »

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Pretty good first season
20 January 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I certainly took a long time before watching Angel. I've loved Buffy for years and only now am I watching it. The first season is pretty good. It sets the foundations for the characters, and sort of makes it own universe. There's definitely not confusing it for Buffy, which is a good thing. It also has a lot of trademark Whedon humor, which I didn't expect. I'm really sad that Doyle died, he managed to become my favorite, and was absolutely shocked when he died. There's not a lot of arcs in this season, although the law firm is one. Overall, probably a better first season than Buffy, and cannot wait to see what the show does from now on.

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