We follow Aziraphale and Crowley's friendship across the ages. Meanwhile, in the present day, Agnes Nutter's descendant Anathema arrives in Tadfield on her own mission to save the world.
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In every scene in which Wensleydale (Alfie Taylor) speaks, he uses the word 'actually.' See more
In 1601, Crowley opens a door and walks towards Aziraphale (with no Shakespeare to be seen). In the next shot, Crowley has disappeared, the door is shut, and Shakespeare is present. In the following shot, the door is left open again, and Crowley has completed his walk towards Aziraphale.
IRAAG: The scene changes are from different angles, shown by Crowley coming from behind Aziraphale and the scene change looking at Az's side. See more
Well, I suppose I should say thank you, for the, uh, rescue.
Don't say that. If my people hear I rescued an angel, I'll be the one in trouble. And my lot do not send rude notes!
The opening credits are postponed until 28 minutes into the episode, about halfway through the run time. See more
Written by Jerry Leiber
and Mike Stoller See more