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When Darla is kissing Angel at the end of the episode Darla pulls herself forward and for a couple of seconds you can see the pasty they put on her right breast. The one on the left breast is visible a moment later when she pulls back from kissing him.
When Angel, Gunn, Cordelia, and Wesley are sitting against Angel's car after a tough fight with Deevak's vamps, Angel's reflection can be seen in the car behind Gunn's head.
When Angel attacks Wesley and pins him down, he is supposedly naked-but you can see his white boxer shorts on the side of the screen. Its more noticeable on wide screen than on full screen.
When Angel mounts up behind Wes, the position of his hands switch back and forth and back between shots.
When Darla pulls off Angel's sweater in his dream, there is no sign of his angel tattoo.
Deevak has a face with skin peeled off in certain areas to reveal his skull. When he speaks, his jaw moves, and the prosthetic on it moves with him. If it were bone, this would not be so.
Cordelia: Besides - I've also got this! (holds up a bottle) Mace!
Cordelia: Little squirt, squirt, right in the eye?
Gunn: You're expecting me to be jumped by a couple of purse-snatching demons?
Cordy: Well, it'll just have to do because... I'm your protector whether you like it or not.
Gunn: Well, something better attack me soon, 'cause I know I can't take much more of this.
Gunn: Well, you finally saved my life. Guess I should say thanks.
Cordelia: Yes, you should. And, no, I didn't.
Cordelia: Deevak wasn't the danger my vision was warning me about.
Gunn: He wasn't?
Gunn: Then what was?
Cordelia: I'm looking at it. It's you, Charles. You're the danger.
Gunn: Excuse me?
Cordelia: It's how you live your life. You don't just face danger, you create it. You're on a self-destruct mission unless you get some help.
Gunn: I ain't buying none of this Dionne Warwick crap.
Cordelia: You know it's true. You need some serious saving. Looks like I've got my work cut out for me.
Gunn: Oh, is that right?
Cordelia: Well, yeah. Better just plan on having me in your life for a while. At least until you find some peace.
Gunn: Could be a while.
Cordelia: Oh, that's okay. Helping people-- that's what me and my friends do.
Gunn: Well, lucky me.
Cordelia: I'm not leaving you!
Deevak: How touching. A woman willing to die with her man.
Cordelia: Oh, no. He's not my man. He's just a friend. And about the "willing to die" part--
Gunn: You must be Deevak. They told me you was ugly, but, damn!
Cordelia: You know, you can't just dismiss me like that. I know what I'm talking about.
Gunn: Oh, you mean like how you knew Joey was a demon?
Cordelia: That was an honest mistake. I was just trying to help you.
Gunn: Thanks for the help. Always enhances a guy's rep when some skinny white beauty queen comes to his rescue in front of his crew.
Gunn: Where's Angel?
Cordelia: I believe the word is "hello"?
Gunn: Yeah? 'Cause I thought "where is Angel" summed it up. We got work to do.
Cordelia: He's still sleeping.
Gunn: Sleeping? It's 3:30 in the afternoon. I've been up since dawn!
Cordelia: (to Wesley) Sort of missing the whole "creature of the night" angle, isn't he?
David: I stand ready to fight the good fight, sir! What do you need?
Angel: Financial advice.
David: Okay... Good.
Angel: We're making this hotel our new base of operations. Right now we're leasing it for six months with an option to buy.
David: And how much are you willing to put down?
Angel: "Nothing" would be good.
David: Oh. That's easy. You could look into seller financing, take over the owner's payments and skip the bank completely, or you could make a play for a preservation grant. Offer to restore the original décor and get the city and the feds to give you a tax break and a loan at a sweetheart rate. Or you could apply for an FHA and get a PMI in lieu of a down payment.
Cordelia: Is anybody else getting warm? Do that 'tax breaks,' FHA and PMI part again."
Wesley: Angel, look. I found your keys. Unfortunately, this substance doesn't appear to be coming off.
Angel: What is that?
Wesley: Demon blood. Or demon pus. Or possibly both.
David: Got here as quick as I could.
Cordelia: We paged you two days ago
Wesley: Now, about the naked thing.
Angel: I'll get dressed.
Wesley: Much appreciated.
Wesley: Come on. What are you waiting for?
Angel: I... really don't think it's gonna fit.
Wesley: Of course it will. Put it on.
Angel: You know, I-I don't need a helmet for protection.
Wesley: Angel. It's the law in California. You want us to get pulled over?
Wesley: Then what's the problem?
Angel: Well, it-it's just, you know - the whole - visibility issue, not to mention the whole hat-head thing and if you really think about it, how come I have to wear the ladies helmet?
Wesley: Stop being such a wanker and put it on! (Angel puts on the pink helmet) Looks good. Hop on board, gorgeous.
Angel: You'll pay for this.
Cordelia: There you go. Good as new.
Joey: I think you cracked my skull.
Cordelia: Well, that's new, right?
Cordelia: When you do find him, you may want to be a little more Guy Pierce in L.A. Confidential, and a little less Michael Madsen in Reservoir Dogs.
Gunn: I haven't bothered to see a movie since Denzel was robbed of the Oscar for Malcolm X. Later.
Wesley: That was quite a performance.
Cordelia: I know. Talk about wound up too tight.
Wesley: No, I-I mean Denzel.
Cordelia: Oh... well, he's always great.
Wesley: (to Angel): What about you?
Angel: Who doesn't love Denzel?
Gunn: Could one of you go in there and knock on his coffin?
Cordelia: He doesn't use a coffin. And maybe you've never heard the expression "Let sleeping vampires lie"?
Angel: Darla. I was afraid you weren't coming.
Darla: Mmm, don't be silly, silly! I've been here the whole time.
Angel: You have?
Darla: Ah-mm, just waiting for you. Aren't you going to ask me to dance?
Angel: I still can't believe you're here. I mean, I killed you.
Darla: I'm over that. You haven't told anyone else about these dates of ours, have you?
Angel: No. I want you all for myself.
Darla: I know how you feel.
Angel: It's so strange.
Darla: But good.
Angel: But good.
The Host: Somebody get these two love-vamps a room!
Gunn: And what did you plan to do with that weak ass battleaxe?
Cordelia: Ask Joey, and his broken skull just how "weak ass" it is.
Cordelia: Do you know what he's gonna do to me when he finds out I let his car get stolen? What are the chances that a vampire has full insurance with a low deductible?
Wesley: Angel, it's me!
Angel: What are you doing here?
Wesley: Gunn's in trouble...can't breathe!
Angel: Gunn can't breathe?
Wesley: I can't breathe!
Angel: Oh, sorry.
Cordelia: Grease stains all over my new outfit! Okay, so my pain isn't physical, but do you have any idea of the dry cleaning bill I'm looking at?
Cordelia: (cleaning the Hyperion) Oh, this place is never gonna get clean.
Welsey: Buck up. It's just a little dust.
Cordelia: Oh, this isn't mere dust. This is "Son of Dust". This is the kind of dust that spawns countless generations of little baby dust. I give up.
Veronica: Who's your friend?
Cordelia: Who, me? I'm no friend. I mean I'm just here on business. I'm a working girl. That came out wrong. I mean, obviously I'm not a "working girl." Not that I couldn't be if I wanted to, of course I could. God that sounded stuck up, didn't it? I didn't mean to imply that I could be a working girl and you couldn't. Far from it. You'd make a great... Could you just point me to the hors d'oeuvres?
Cordelia: Paging Mr. Rationalization.
Gunn: Paging Ms. About-to-be-thrown-out-of-a-moving-vehicle
Darla: Who takes care of you?
Angel: (smiling) You do.
The Host: Now tell me the truth, you've been practicing, haven't you?
Angel: A little.
The Host: Probably not in front of the mirror.
Gunn: (about Wes and Cordy) You two? I find Deevak, I'm going to need more than C-3P0 and Stick-Figure Barbie backin' me up, no offense.
Wesley: Very little taken.
In this episode, Lorne's makeup has been softened slightly from the first time we see him in "Judgement," (2x01) and it remains this way for the rest of the series.
At Desmond's party -- "Ride With Us" by Kurrupt
Sung by Lorne while Angel and Darla dance -- "Get Here" by Oleta Adams
This episode marks the final appearance of David Nabbit.
Gunn: I haven't bothered to see a movie since Denzel was robbed of the Oscar for Malcolm X.
Denzel Washington was nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his role as Malcolm X in the movie of the same name in 1992. Al Pacino won the Oscar for his role as Lt. Col. Frank Slade in Scent of a Woman.
Cordelia: When you do find him, you may want to be a little more Guy Pearce in L.A. Confidential, and a little less Michael Madsen in Reservoir Dogs.
Guy Pearce's character in L.A. Confidential, Detective Lt. Edmund Jennings "Ed" Exley, is a by-the-book cop who's willing to do whatever is necessary to solve the case. Michael Madsen's character in Reservoir Dogs, Mr. Blonde (Vic Vega), is a trigger-happy killer.
Gunn: I'm going to need more than C-3P0 and Stick-Figure Barbie backin' me up, no offense.
Gunn references he multilingual robot from Star Wars, C-3PO, and the popular model doll, Barbie.
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