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Winifred "Fred" Burkle
Cordelia asks Skip to demonize her so that the visions don't kill her. However, Doyle was half demon and the visions appeared to affect him similarly to how they affected Cordelia as a human. When Cordelia is demonized they give her no problems. Perhaps it is the type of demon they put into her?
Where and/or how did Phantom Dennis get the party hat, confetti, banner, etc. to suprise Cordelia when he is unable to leave the apartment?
When Angel is possessed by Cordelia, he writes an address on a wall. The address is gone in the next shot when he's blown backward.
When Cordelia goes to grab the pen, her hand seemlessly passes through, but you can see the strings of her jacket noticeably touch the desk.
If you look really closely, in the scene when Wesley pushes away Cordy with one arm-and starts to slay the demon, notice something black flies out of her hand. If you pause it and zoom in on your DVD, it resembles a microphone box or a cell phone. Hard to tell.
Throughout the scenes with Wesley in the alternate universe you can see that the actor is hiding his "missing" arm in his shirt behind his back.
In "The Prodigal", Cordelia's birthday was established as being May 22nd, so why are they celebrating it so far from the season finale? Time goes by differently in television than in real life, but it's odd that Cordelia's birthday this season is the week Buffy's birthday was in seasons one through four of Buffy.
Cordy: So, demonize me already.
Skip: (after a beat) It was an honor being your guide, Cordelia Chase.
Cordelia: (talking aloud to herself) I want something. Hypo-something. Hypothermia?
Nev: (into his cell phone) Josh, let's get a large tub of ice water in Ms. Chase's dressing room, pronto.
Cordelia: No, that's not it.
Nev: (into his cell phone) Canceling ice water.
Cordelia: Hyper . . . hyperbaric?
Nev: (into his cell phone) Josh, make it an oxygen tent.
Cordelia: No, that's not it either.
Nev: (into his cell phone) Canceling tent.
Cordelia: Hyperion! That's it.
Nev: The hotel.
Cordelia: Yes, I want to go there.
Nev: Terrific. When would you like me to... Now? Now you would like to... Without security? Without an entourage of me? Right, I'll give 'em a call. (into cell phone) Josh, car, side door, now!
Gunn: Hey, is it true that you and Wes were... You know, that you had a little...
Cordelia: Humiliating kiss where he drooled all over my chin? Yeah, but I've worked really hard to repress it.
Wes: Right. As much as I love this forced death march down memory lane--.
Lorne: Jumping Judas on a uni-cycle!
Cordy: (To Angel) You're furious? I get body-jacked on my birthday and you're furious?
Angel: I had this dream that Cordy was here. She was trying to tell me something, something really important.
Cordelia: Yes, and, and . . .
Angel: It's weird.
Cordelia: How are you a Champion? In what way are you a Champion?
Angel: Did you get the information?
Lorne: Oh, why, yes, Angel. My horn should grow back in a couple of days. So kind of you to be concerned.
Angel: Cordy. Look, I know that you can't hear me, but, there is something I have to say. You really piss me off, you know that?
Cordy: You guys, I'm all right. I'm fine. I'm... dead?
Skip: We've been over this. I respect what you're trying to do. It's noble and heroic and all that other Russell Crowe/Gladiator crap.
Cordy: You've seen...?
Skip: Didn't love it.
Cordelia: The Powers That Be popped me out of my body and sent me to a mall?
Skip: Actually this is more a construct of a mall. You know, like in The Matrix.
Cordelia: You've seen The Matrix?
Skip: Loved that flick. When Trinity's all "Dodge this!" and the agent goes and crumples to the...and I'm not really instilling any awe any more, am I?
Cordy: You're Death? You've come to take me.
Skip: (demonically) Ha ha ha! (normal voice) Just kidding. I'm Skip. You're Cordelia Chase, right? Sorry it took me so long, I... This you? (points to Cordelia's body on the bed)) Most people go astral, their spiritual shapes tend to be an idealized version of themselves you know, straighten the nose, lose the gray, sort of a self-esteem kind of thing. You're pretty confident, aren't you?
Angel: Oh, whoa-whoa-whoa-whoa! Dirty people! Not touching the baby!
Cordy: But pig-drinking bloodsuckers are okay? I meant that in a nice way.
Gunn: C'mon you telling me you never hid anything in your underwear drawer?
Fred: I don't know. I mean for five years I didn't even have... Can we not talk about my underwear please?
Cordy: Uh...what a cruel dilemma! Presents, or sweet little baby-face.... (starts to get headache-vision) Oh. Take the baby!
Angel: You're choosing birthday gifts over my kid?
Cordy: Take the baby! Take the baby!
Skip, the demon guide, shares the same name as co-producer Skip Schoolnik.
Theme from Cordy -- "Baby Stay a While" by Marti Noxon (written by David Greenwalt)
When Cordy enters the alternate reality Hyperion -- "Tears Down My Cheek" by First Come Music Library
When Cordelia is checking to see if she has any demon deformities, she checks for horns and a tail, which are also the first things that Buffy checked herself for in the Buffy season 3 episode "Earshot", when she, too, was to gain an aspect of the demon.
The "alternate reality" sitcom Cordy! was actually filmed on the set of Dharma & Greg.
On the DVD set, there was a deleted scene. It was actually a scene from the show Cordy. But Marti Noxon and Tim Minear believed that the scene would appear to be like a fake comedy, and that's not how they wanted it portrayed. This is why it wasn't aired. Also, they had to cut nominal things out to fit the time.
The theme tune to Cordy! was written by David Greenwalt and sung by Marti Noxon
Cordy Theme: (Cordy takes off her hat, spins around, and throws it up into the air)
This is a reference to the end of the Mary Tyler Moore opening credits. For years the opening credit sequence of this series ended with Mary taking off her hat and throwing it up in the air where the image froze. This often copied gesture became almost synonymous with the idea of a young, attractive, "liberated" woman.
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