Angel (1999–2004)
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War Zone 

As Angel helps a nerdy billionaire retrieve some compromising photos, he encounters a group of street kids defending against an invasion of vampires.

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Alonna
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Chain
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Lenny Edwards
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Bobby
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Madam Dorion
Kimberly James ...
Lina
Ricky Luna ...
James
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Storyline

A case sends Angel into a rough part of town. While he's there he meets up with a young group of vampire hunters, headed by a guy name Gunn. Angel is concerned that the kids are in over their heads as they battle vamps. He tries to help them, but they aren't willing to believe that he's one of the White Hats. Gunn and his friends are soon in big trouble and it's up to the gang from Angel Inc. to lend a hand before it's too late. Written by katierose295

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9 May 2000 (USA)  »

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First appearance of Charles Gunn. See more »

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At the vampires' nest, when the lead vampire is talking about Gunn's team, the vampire wearing the green sweatshirt and leather vest doesn't have yellow eyes like the others do. See more »

Quotes

Wesley Wyndam-Pryce: [after saving Angel] You should've tried to call us on your cell phone. You probably forgot you had it.
Angel: [Fishing phone out of his pocket] Those things hardly ever work. Besides, it was a lot easier and quicker to just - Look, I'm the boss here. I say when we use the cell phones... and people are gonna die and I have to go.
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