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Winifred "Fred" Burkle
In the Buffy season 2 episode "Phases", the werewolf hunter says that after he kills a werewolf he takes its pelt and sells it. However, this would be impossible if a werewolf returns to human form upon its death as is said in this episode.
Angel enters the chef's home without being invited. Unless the forces that orchestrate vampire invitations considered it a restaurant or he is not human that shouldn't be possible.
Nina: You don't ever think about... letting go? Disappearing somewhere?
Angel: Look, if you separate yourself from the ones you love, the monster wins.
Gunn: They made arrangements to transport his body back to... the North Pole. Turns out he had a close, personal relationship with Santa. Angel?
Angel: What? Oh, I'm with you. Turning over the... Santa?
Fred: Oh that's weird, why don't I just approach the mysteriously ajar door.
Gunn: Stop with the mocking, I get enough of that from Blondie Bear.
Fred: Angel this little picnic was such a good idea.
Gunn: Yeah man, why haven't we done this before?
Angel: Aw, you know, you've all been working so hard.
Wesley: Has anyone seen the plum sauce?
Fred: (finishes scanning for bugs) We're clean, nobody's listening.
Spike: Hey, I'm a situation, remember? I'm a bloody phantom. And you and your serious girl spectacles were gonna help me with my bloody little problem.
Fred: I know, and I bloody will.
Angel: Where is she!?
Royce: I don't know what you're...
Angel: Wrong answer!
Royce: But it's a secret. If I tell you, this man, he's not like you. You're a good guy, but he's a...well no offence, but he's scarier than you.
Angel: (vamps up face) Want to bet?
Spike: It was a long time ago. He was a young Watcher, fresh out of the academy, when we crossed paths. It was a, what-you-call, battle of wills...and blood was spilled. Vendettas were sworn. It was a whole--
Fred: My God...you're so full of crap.
Spike: Yeah. Okay.
Spike: I had a wee spat with a werewolf myself once. Fought for over an hour. Brutal, vicious. Almost lost my--
Fred: Angel killed him with a pen.
Nina: How do you live with it? Knowing that you've killed people?
Angel: Nina, they were going to eat you for dinner.
Nina: I just want to wake up, you know?
Angel: At some point, you'll be at the grocery store or with Amanda and, the whole werewolf thing, it'll just be a part of who you are.
Nina: Next you're going to tell me you actually like being a vampire.
Angel: Well, being nearly indestructible is cool.
Nina: How would you...you're not a monster, too, are you?
Fred: Nope. Standard-issue science nerd. I did spend 5 years in a demon dimension...till Angel saved me.
Nina: Guess he saves a lot of girls, huh?
Fred: Girls, guys...puppies. He's pretty much an equal-opportunity saver.
Gunn: So...werewolf girl. Think you got a shot?
Angel: She gave me a look.
Wesley: Really? A look?
Wesley: These people, the ones you're spending so much time with lately. Knox, for example.
Fred: We're, you know, friendly, but he's under me...or I'm on top of him...professionally.
Nina: So you're like a family?
Fred: Yeah, a demon-hunting, helpless-helping, dysfunctional family.
Angel: I'm buying.
Lorne: Ladies and gentlemen, hell just froze over.
Angel: You know that "whoosh" thing that you do where you're not there anymore? I love that.
Wesley: I did get a rather nice pen. Sterling. Has my name on it.
Jenny Mollen originally auditioned for the part of Eve.
Gunn is told at the dinner party that Leprechauns don't exist, this a running joke that first appeared in the third season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
At the end, in the car -- "La Cienega Just Smiled" with Ryan Adams
Apparently there is more than one type of werewolf. Nina's transformation possesses more human-like traits than Oz's transformations on Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
In order for Lorne to read him, Dr. Royce sings "Jesse's Girl" by Rick Springfield.
Lorne: Spike showing up your first day in the Wolfram and Hart saddle took the "jolly" right out of the rancher.
A reference to Jolly Rancher candy, a popular American confectionary.
Lorne: I'm talking about the psychic pounds, pumpkin. Consider me the Jenny Craig for the soul, huh?
Jenny Craig started a chain of weight loss centers in the United States.
Lorne: Okay, Atlas, how about a shrug?
Referencing the 1957 novel Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand.
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