It should be noted that she is able to have sex without transferring her visions, since later episodes state that she could not have sexual intercourse and keep her visions without taking a potion which was not required in this episode.
This might only show on the DVD but there is a scene marker in the "flash" between the opening shot of the building and the office door. The flash is actually a couple frames of the same building shot better lit with a scene marker in front of it and another building lit the same way. The scene marker has a fair bit of info on it including Scene X1005 Take 3 Date 8-11-99.
As Angel and Wesley are heading out the door to go after the "baby creature," Angel's reflection can clearly be seen in the side window, as Wesley turns around to retrieve his axe from the wall.
When Angel is in a phone booth talking to Wesley and removing bullets from his side, you can clearly see his reflection on all sides of the phone booth as the camera circles.
Time Index 20:26, when the doctor is talking about the blanks on the patient information form - In the doctor's office, the boom mic is visible for about two seconds in the top center of the screen.
Cordy drinks the blood, which dribbles out of her mouth and onto the floor, then wipes it off of her mouth with her sleeve. Later when she hits Wesley with the book, there is no blood on her mouth, her sleeve or the floor.
During the fight at the gun club you can see a piece of wall come off (it's white styrofoam) and you hear it crunch when Angel steps on it.
When they close the refrigerator you can still see the light on around the edges.
In the scene at the OB-GYN's office, when the syringe is dropped it is clear, but in the close-up it has writing on it.
You can see Angel's reflection in the mirror screen in Cordy's bedroom.
Wesley: (bursts through the door) Don't move a muscle, demon spawn! Cowards! Don't make me trash it out of you. Where do you lay your eggs? In the cellar?
Wesley: In the bedroom?
Angel: Yeah, that's right. Termites lay their eggs anywhere, such as next door. And we fight termites -- wherever they may roam.
Wesley: (sheepishly, to the elderly couple whose home he has burst into) Sorry about the door.
Cordelia: This producer was so nice. He said I was his first choice. We're going out to dinner tonight.
Wesley: Well, best you get back on the horse, I suppose.
Cordelia: He is so sweet! He says that all I have to do is let him impregnate me with his demon master's seed, and I've got the part!
Wesley: (to the big demon) As a heathen I wouldn't expect you to be familiar with the biblical story of David and Goliath. But I assure you it's of particular relevance to this situation.
Angel: (sees Cordelia drinking blood) I don't think I've ever realized just how disgusting that was.
Wilson: Who're you talking to?
Cordelia: My ghost? I have a ghost. He's jealous. Kidding. The apartment's great, but things are always breaking and, uhm, and I have no one to complain to, so sometimes just to keep myself company I talk to myself.
Cordelia: Alright, Dennis. Knock it off. This is the one guy I've actually liked in a long time. And if you keep killing the mood, I'll kill you! Alright, empty threat, you being a ghost and already dead. But I'll do something worse! I'll play Evita around the clock, the one with Madonna!
Wilson: So you left Sunnydale and came to LA. What was that like?
Cordelia: Skydiving without a parachute. Except for the smashing your body to bits part. Actually, no, it was like that, too.
Wesley: That was bracing.
Angel: Yeah. Baby just hatched. Wouldn't want to run into him when he grows up and gets his driver's license.
Angel: I don't lounge all that well.
Wesley: Good one! Oh, yes. (puts his arm around Angel)No, he's ah, he's no lounger this one.
Serina: The good ones are always gay.
Angel: You look nice.
Cordelia: Aagh! Oh, and now, I look like the Joker.
Cordelia: Hopefully, I'm still too young and carefree for a heart attack. Would it kill you to hum a little tune when slipping up on people?
Angel: I don't hum.
Cordelia: I learned something, too. I learned, um, men are evil? Oh wait, I knew that. I learned that LA is full of self-serving phonies. No, had that one down, too. Ahh...sex is bad?
Angel: We all knew that.
Cordelia: Okay. I learned that I have two people I trust absolutely with my life. And that part's new.
Wesley: Hello. I was just in the neighborhood, patrolling with my new Bavarian fighting axe when I suddenly thought, "Perhaps Cordelia has had a vision." Perhaps you need my help in the battle against evil.
Angel: We seem to be evil-free at the moment.
Wesley: I also packed along a "Word Puzzle 3-D," if either of you has the nerve to take me on.
Cordelia: Gee, Wesley, I'd love to… but unlike you, I'm not in my eighties quite yet.
Angel: All right so, why is Mrs. Benson filed under "F?"
Cordelia: Because she's from France. Remember what a pain she was?
Angel: Yeah. It made me wanna drink a lot.
Cordelia: Well, that's the French for ya.
Demon: Who are you?
Wesley: Wesley Wyndam-Pryce, Rogue Demon Hunter, and I'm here to fight you, sir, to the death...preferably yours.
Wesley: I mean, no one's more fond of Cordelia than I, but if she wants to go gadabouting with those doxies...
Angel: I think they liked you.
Wesley: Really? I...I...didn't mean doxy in a sexually promiscuous sense, exactly....I.You don't think sticking the axe in the wall put them off?
Angel: That was charming.
Wesley: What about the fact they thought we were gay?
Angel: Adds mystery.
Wilson: This is a private club, featured word, private.
Angel: You don't talk to me, I'll kick your ass. Featured word, ass.
This episode contains one of the clips for Wesley from the opening credits. The clip is Wesley accidentally swinging an axe into the wall. He later has a difficult time pulling the axe out of the wall.
Ken Marino, who plays Wilson Christopher in this episode, would have also appeared in the pilot of Charisma Carpenter's UPN sitcom "Like Cats and Dogs". UPN, however, did not purchase the series or air the pilot.
While Cordelia and Wilson are talking in the bar -- "Games You Play" by Splashdown
When Cordelia turns on her radio -- "Deeper Than a Milkshake" by Shayna R. NuDelman
Though we could probably assume that Cordelia has had past relations, this is the first time it is confirmed that she has enjoyed "pleasures of the flesh," so to speak.
Wesley: As a heathen I wouldn't expect you to be familiar with the Biblical story of David and Goliath. But I assure you it's of particular relevance to this situation.
According to the Bible, a giant named Goliath, representative of the Philistines, challenged the Israelites to send a champion against him to put and end to the ongoing war between the two nations with a single combat. According to the Biblical account, in the resulting contest, David, a young man who was much smaller than the giant, killed Goliath with a single stone shot from a sling.
Cordelia: Now I look like the Joker.
The Joker is a comic book criminal whose face looks like he is wearing clown makeup. He is one of Batman's arch nemeses
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