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When Angel is climbing on the horse at the trail, camera equipment is visible on the lower right corner of the screen.
At 3:49 of the beginning scene, after Angel, Cordy and Wesley have released the hostages and are leaving, you see Angel's reflection in the mirror briefly as they leave the from the room behind the mirror
At exactly 15:18, during the fight between Angel and the Prio Motu, just as the Prio hits Angel in the back, there is a member of the production crew in the shot. On the right, in a blue shirt, holding film equipment.
When Angel, Cordy and Wesley are in Cordy's apartment with the white board, Cordy writes on the bottom... in between shots the handwriting appears to change constantly.
In the episode "Epiphany" (2x16) we learn that Angel has never been to Wesley's appartment. Thus it seems that he must sleep on Cordy's couch until they move into the Hyperion. It's never mentioned, but it seems to be an important detail.
As Angel, Cordelia & Wesley walk back out through the mirror wall, you can see Angel's reflection. When they are walking in and the gym attendant is following them, on the large mirror it is obvious that Angel has no reflection; however, if you look to the far right of the shot, you see Angel standing there, waiting for the other three to catch up. He turns and walks with them for a bit.
For a very small period, Angel's reflection is visible on the mirror he is kicking in the club.
If you look closely as Angel and the demon are fighting in the street on the horses, there are bystanders in the street watching the entire thing. [They can be seen on the side that the demon starts on-down by the stoplights; standing on the crosswalk.]
When Angel is talking to Faith in the prison, the reflection on Angel's side shows his phone's cord as being stretched tightly. But from Faith's side, Angel isn't holding the phone like that. This was obviously a plan so we couldnt see Angel's reflection, but it backfired.
Wesley has written "N.D.U.O." on the white board, but it instantly disappears with no indication anyone erased it when Angel then steps up and writes "Pria Motu."
If you look not-so-hard you can see the fight-choreograph placement marks on the street that the stunt team uses, as Angel and the demon fight.
The hankerchief in the Caritas Host's/Lorne's pocket switches from side to side in consecutive shots.
The exterior shot of the prison Faith is in is of Fulsom Prison - an all-male correctional institute.
(after Angel kills guardian)
Cordelia: I didn't feel any fear when I saw him. Angel was probably supposed to help him, not-- (sighs, looks upward) Thanks for the obscure visions! We're doing great with that!
Cordelia: Cat got your tongue, Merl?
Merl: I don't have a tongue.
Angel: You well?
Gunn: Picture of health and harmony. Look at you, dog. You haven't aged a bit.
Angel: I've got a situation.
Gunn: So much for the small talk.
Gunn: He was on our side?
Gunn: Well, did you find the scumbag who killed him?
Angel: I'm the scumbag who killed him.
Pregnant Woman: I was going to be able to provide for my baby. Now all I want to do is make sure she gets born.
Angel: Well, I want that too.
Pregnant Woman: Right. Right. Because she is some seer, or leader or Joan of Arc. Well, you know what she is to me? My daughter. Not someone's holy mission.
Angel: It's not exactly that - it's - sort of my job.
Pregnant Woman: Your job?
Angel: Yeah! Look. I got cards! And an office. Well, the office kind of blew up, but we're working out of this other apartment in Silverlake, temporarily.
Angel: Nice horse. Try not to make me look stupid out there.
Lorne: My question first, and answer true, because you know I'll know: Why "Mandy?"
Angel: Well... I know the words. And, I think it's kinda pretty.
Lorne: And it is, you great big sap! There is not a destroyer of worlds that can argue with Manilow and good for you for fessing up.
Faith: The road to redemption is a rocky path.
Angel: That it is.
Faith: You think we might make it?
Angel: We might. Food getting any better?
Faith: You know, it's not that different from what I grew up on. It's a little one note, eating the same thing every day.
Angel: I wonder what that's like.
Pregnant Woman: You okay?
Pregnant Woman: You sure seem to bleed a lot.
Angel: Part of the job.
Angel: I thought I was out of the tunnel.
Cordelia: Sure you did. Because the tunnel is… You know, it's something we all… Are we talking real tunnel or symbolic? Just give me that much.
Angel: I-I saw the light at the end of the tunnel - that some day I might become human. That light was so bright, I thought I was already out.
Cordelia: Yeah. We all got a little cocky, didn't we? It's gonna be a long while until you work your way out, but I know you well enough to know you will. And I'll be with you until you do.
Angel: What about your inevitable stardom?
Cordelia: I'm not saying I won't have a day job.
Wesley: Uh, I'm Wesley Wyndam... Pryce and this is Cordelia Chase.
Cordelia: It's nice to finally meet.
Gunn: I've seen you before.
Cordelia: Really? The Tan-n-Screen commercials.
Gunn: I saw you in bed.
Wesley: I can see this is none of my business.
Gunn: You, too.
Wesley: Now just a moment!
Gunn: In the hospital - after Angel's building blew? He sent me there to keep an eye on you two.
Gunn: I'm just messing with y'all. I was hoping for some demon fighting tonight, but I wound up with a delivery job instead.
Angel: You ever hear of a Preomotu?
Gunn: That like the '62 Chevy with the big cam? Alright, I coulda just said "no."
Wesley: I may have someone who can help.
Wesley: A parasite demon named Merl.
Cordelia: Maybe it's time to pay your stoolie a little visit. Make with the chin music until he canaries... I've been watching a little noir festival on Bravo.
Darla: Hmm, the prelude.
Lindsey: In C-minor. The preludes and the nocturnes.
Darla: So much better than the waltzes. - He had consumption.
Lindsey: And died way too soon. A lot of that going around.
Darla: Hm. He's here.
Lindsey: Angel. He's here in town. You can feel him.
Darla: Always could.
Lilah: (on the phone) If you don't sign, we'll sue your ass off and kill your children. Just kidding, Donald! Nobody wants a lawsuit.
Wesley: Nasty demon, unknown origin.
Angel: Awful lot of that in this town. I'm sure he'll feel right at home.
Angel: The thing about a gym is that you're not alone. You've got people around -- encourages you to work out.
Cordelia: You don't have to work out. You're eternal.
Angel: You got your steam; you got your sauna and your fresh towels. I mean, how bad could it be?
Cordelia: You shower with a lot of men.
Angel: I'll always be a loner.
Wesley: We're not running a race. We're doing a job... one soul at a time.
Angel: She doesn't trust me. Why should she?
Cordelia: You can't see everything - you're just a vampire, like everyone else... That didn't come out right.
Angel: There are three things I don't do: Tan, date... and sing in public!
Angel: Bad day?
Faith: A new girl tried to attack me in the yard. She had low self-esteem... and a homemade knife, so...
Angel: Well, is she... you know... alive?
Cordelia: Who is it?
Wesley: What was that?
Cordelia: Something about a gun. What if it's a demon with a gun!?
Wesley: Listen up. Whoever you are. We're well-armed and we know how to do battle, so if you know what's good for you!
Gunn: My name is Gunn. Angel sent me.
Cordelia: Wesley, you've heard Angel talk about Gun. He's a great guy with a really fly street tag.
Wesley: What's he fly?
Cordelia: It's how they know you on the street, dorko. Gun! It really let's you know you mean business.
Gunn: It's my name. Charles Gunn. Two N's.
Angel: I had to sing Barry Manilow.
Faith: You're kidding?
Angel: In front of people.
Faith: And here I am talking about my petty little problems.
Gym Manager: (talking about a demon) That guy has horns.
Angel: Steroids, not good for you.
The judges of the Tribunal look and sound, and are dressed similar to the shadowy creature that the Mayor summons in the Buffy episode "Enemies" (3x17).
Though both spellings are correct, this episode is often spelled "Judgment", but the DVD set listed it as "Judgement".
Although Eliza Dushku was not credited in the opening credits, she was credited as a Guest Star in the end credits. It was done this way to keep Angel's visit to Faith's prison a surprise.
Lorne sings this at Caritas -- "I Will Survive" by Gloria Gaynor
While Wesley is playing darts -- "Last Confession" from Kid Gloves Sampler CD
What Lindsey plays for Darla -- "Prelude in C Minor, Op. 28, No. 20" by Chopin
Karaoke at Caritas -- "I'm So Excited" by The Pointer Sisters
Angel sings this at Caritas -- "Mandy" by Barry Manilow
Karaoke at Caritas -- "Sexual Healing" by Marvin Gaye
Karaoke at Caritas -- "Achy, Breaky Heart" by Billy Ray Cyrus
The end credits are shown over footage of Angel singing "Mandy."
When Angel and gang come into Caritas early in the episode, you can see the same kind of mouthless demons that infected Buffy in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode "Earshot" (3x18).
This episode starts the apparent "rule" of adding to the title credits a character introduced three or four episodes prior to the last season's finale. This occured with Gunn (Season 2), Fred (Season 3) and Connor (Season 4).
First appearance of recurring character Lorne, here called The Host.
In this episode, we first see the Hyperion Hotel. In the next episode and for the following three seasons, the Hyperion becomes the Angel Investigations Headquarters.
J. August Richards joins the regular cast as of this episode.
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