Angel (1999–2004)
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Wesley and Gunn storm the Pylean castle while Angel fights the Groosalugg


David Greenwalt


Joss Whedon (created by), David Greenwalt (created by) | 1 more credit »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David Boreanaz ... Angel
Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase
Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce
J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn
Andy Hallett ... Lorne
Amy Acker ... Winifred Burkle
Brody Hutzler ... Landok
Mark Lutz ... The Groosalugg
Michael Phenicie ... Silas
Tom McCleister ... Host's Elder
Lee Reherman ... The Captain
Alyson Hannigan ... Willow Rosenberg
Jamie McShane ... Rebel #2
Adoni Maropis ... Rebel Leader
Danan Pere Danan Pere ... Rebel #1


The season two finale has Team Angel desperate to escape Pylea. Wes and Gunn join up with the rebel forces, Cordy tries to save Lorne, and Angel has to overcome the demon inside of him. If they're ever going to get back to LA, they're going to have to overcome their individual problems and work together as a team. Written by katierose295

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Alyson Hannigan's name was placed at the end credits to keep her appearance as a surprise. See more »


When the Grossalug places his hand over the flaming torch, after being challenged by Angel, the flame-retardant gel covering it is clearly visible. See more »


[first lines]
Cordelia Chase: Oh, no... No... Oh, God, please forgive me. This is all my fault.
[to Lorne's head]
Cordelia Chase: Because I pardoned you, and they wanted to teach me a lesson. You didn't do anything wrong. You didn't do anything. I don't like it here anymore. I just want to go home.
Lorne the Host: Oh, honey. I'm right there with you.
[Cordelia passes out]
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References Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) See more »

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Season Two
19 April 2008 | by ametaphysicalsharkSee all my reviews

Season Two of "Angel" is just as strong as Season One in terms of consistency, but improves on it in terms of having a strong story arc. The Darla episodes were great, the Wolfram & Heart story is starting to work nicely, and even the Pylea episodes, which really should have been weak and maybe belong more on "Buffy" than on "Angel" in terms of tone, are really strong and enjoyable episodes.

That said, season two also has more great episodes than season one, with memorable episodes like "Are You Now or Have You Ever Been?" (a highlight of television in general as far as I'm concerned), "Darla", "Reunion", and "Reprise".

The character writing is strong, the plot is handled excellently, and "Angel" remains a strong and memorable series through its second season, which does not improve in terms of consistency on its first, but certainly improves on its first season in the quality of the season story arcs.

Average rating based on all episodes: 7.68/10

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