Angel's past comes to haunt him. An ally from World War II takes Fred, Gunn, and Wes hostage while seeking Angel. This is the only vampire Angel sired after he got his soul back. Angel relives the past and must determine his future.
Did You Know?
When Lawson asks Angel how someone can manage to swim to a submarine 400 feet below the surface of the ocean without an oxygen tank, the fact of the matter is that no one, not even vampires if they existed, could pull this off. Due to the pressure of the water weighing up to 600 tons per cubic inch in the ocean's depths, no one could manage to get 200 feet below the surface without their body being turned to complete mush. This, for example, can be referenced in James Cameron's telling of the Titanic, when in the opening sequence, researchers travel 12,000 feet to the ocean floor at the very bottom and have to be wary that their research shuttle does not crash into anything upon landing on deck, as the water pressure funneling through the portholes would cause instant death. See more
The German officer trapped with the American men in the torpedo room is wearing the dress uniform of the SS, complete with the Nazi party armband, instead on the Kriegsmarine (navy) uniform. This is extremely unlikely, as the Kriegsmarine was totally independent of the SS and, even if a SS officer was on board, he would not be wearing his dress uniform in a submarine. See more
Sneaky bastards, the SS. Don't ever go to a "free virgin blood party". Turns out, it's probably a trap.
You were captured at a "free virgin blood party"?
I know. Who'd'a thought?
References Prelude to War