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Winifred "Fred" Burkle
When Jasmine punches Angel through the lamp post, the "glass" surrounding the bulb bounces against the road upon impact.
When Connor punches Jasmine through the head, his hand is covered in blood (when seen from the front of Jasmines face). After he pulls his hand out and the camera pans out so we can see him walking away, his hand is clean.
When Jasmine throws Angel into the cement lamp post, it breaks on impact. It is obvious at this point that there are no wires inside of the post to power the light.
Apparently Angel thinks the others are dead - when he gets back to the Hyperion he says, "Oh my God, you're alive!" But earlier he seems awfully nice to Jasmine considering he thought she ate his friends and teammates.
Right after Angel kills the Priest and the Keeper hoists him up, the closed captioning has a transition line of Fred saying, "Angel's not going to make it, is he?" but she doesn't say the line on-camera.
When Angel is climbing up that huge rock face, his jacket is ripped (presumably from being run through on the previous episode) but his shirt isn't and there is no sign of any blood, or bloodstains.
Angel: Our fate has to be our own or we're nothing.
Wes: Gunn, would you stop-- (Gunn finally kicks the cage door open)
Gunn: Never give up, never surrender.
Wes: Let's go. (he and Lorne hurry out)
Gunn: That's it? No thank you?
Fred: Thanks, Charles. (leaves the cage, he follows)
Gunn: Just want my props is all.
Angel: Go to hell.
Jasmine: You first, baby.
Connor: And it is better. Not harsh and cruel, the way that Angel likes it so he has a reason to fight. 'Cause, you know, that's what he's about. Him and the others. Finding reasons to fight. Like that's what gives their lives any meaning. The only damn thing! I'm not like them. I just, I want to stop. I want to stop fighting. I just want to rest. God, I want to rest. But I can't. It's not working, Cordy. I tried. I tried to believe. I wanted it. I went along with the flow. Jasmine, she's... she's bringing peace to everyone, purging all of their hate and anger. But not me. Not me! I know she's a lie. Jasmine. My whole life's been built on them. I just, I guess I thought this one was better than the others.
Angel: Give me her name!
High Priest: Keeper!
Reporter: What can we do to show our love for you?
Jasmine: You don't have to do anything except love one another. Although, a temple would be nice. Something massive and awe-inspiring - yet warm and nurturing!
Priest: Her true name is known only by the Keeper of the Name.
Angel: Right! That's you!
Priest: No! I am the Guardian of the Word!
Angel: You said the Word is the Name.
Priest: Yes, and I guard the Keeper of it.
Angel: So you are the Keeper's...keeper?
Priest: I am the Guardian of the Word!
Angel: Yeah, yeah, okay! So where's this Keeper of the Name?
Jasmine: I love this world. I sacrificed everthing I was to be with you.
Angel: So you could rule us?
Jasmine: Because I cared. The other Powers don't. Never really did. You know that's true in your heart. Shame now I gotta rip it out.
Cop #1: So turn around and leave or my partner and I are gonna have to get rough.
Cop #2: Please?
Jasmine: You think I ate her.
Gunn: Wait, people? She eats people??
Wesley: Something big went down.
Gunn: (holds up head) Yeah, here's its head.
High Priest: She is the light. She is the way.
Angel: She is not coming back!
Lorne: If he's not careful we might move about frivolously in our 10-by-9 foot cage.
Angel: He might...
Lilah: End world peace? You already took care of that. Congratulations.
Connor: Tell me and I'll crush your windpipe.
Guy: You mean "or," right? "Or" you'll crush my windpipe?
Reporter: As Jasmine's father, you must be proud.
Connor: (Not Listening) Bursting.
Angel: I'll die before I let you hurt anyone else.
Jasmine: You're already dead!!
Jasmine: Where's Angel?
Wes: You're omniscient - you tell us.
Wesley: Cordelia's blood, it had the same power as Jasmine's to break the thrall she had over us.
Fred: So I figured. Mother and daughter, they share the same blood.
Wesley: And now she's been moved - Cordelia. Why?
Gunn: Guess so people like us don't use Cordy's blood against Jasmine.
Wesley: There are no people like us. Not anymore. We're it. She had us on the run. And if Cordelia's so dangerous to her, why not kill her and be done with it?
Fred: Because maybe she can't.
Wesley: Exactly. I think Jasmine may be dependent on Cordelia. She can't hurt her, not without hurting herself. But maybe Cordelia can hurt Jasmine.
Gunn: That's a whole lot of maybes.
Wesley: Maybe, but if I'm right, Cordelia might be our only hope to stop Jasmine.
Jasmine: Why do you hate me so much?
Angel: Let's run down the list, huh? Rain of fire, blotting out the sun, enslaving mankind, and yeah, oh yeah. Hey! You eat people!
Jasmine: Like you never have?
Jasmine: I offered paradise. You chose this.
Angel: Because I could. Because that's what you took away from us: choice.
Jasmine: And look where free will has gotten you.
Angel: Hey, I didn't say we were smart. I said it's our right. It's what makes us human.
Jasmine: But you're not human!
Angel: Workin' on it.
Other writers wrote portions of "Peace Out" but were uncredited. Steven DeKnight wrote act four and Elizabeth Craft & Sarah Fein wrote the final scene of the episode.
Although Lilah's return at the end of the episode is a surprise she is listed in the opening guest credits. Which breaks with the tradition of previous end of episode returns/arrivals where the actor/actress is left off the guest credits in order to surprise viewers.
An early idea of how to kill Jasmine was to have Cordy come out of her coma (possibly when Jasmine's spell over people was broken) and have her punch out Jasmine's face. Charisma's pregnancy made that impossible, though.
Lorne: Then what, Kato?
Kato was The Green Hornet's assistant in a radio series starting in 1936. The series was later brought to movies, television, and comic books.
Kato is the archetypal sidekick, skilled in driving, mechanics, and fighting.
Gunn: To Serve Man! It's To Serve Man all over again.
"To Serve Man" was originally a short story written by Damon Knight, that was later made into a popular episode of the original version of The Twilight Zone. In the story, people translate an alien book titled "To Serve Man", which they thought was a collection of ways to help our species. The translation reveals that it is, in fact, a cookbook.
Lorne: That's all, folks.
The famous ending line of Looney Toons cartoons.
Lorne: Only in a post-apocalyptic Night of the Comet kind of way.
In the 1984 movie called Night of the Comet a comet passes close to earth and everyone who sees it is reduced to dust. Only a handful of people are left alive on the planet.
Gunn: Never give up, never surrender.
This line is Tim Allen's character's motto in the movie Galaxy Quest.
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