Gargoyles

Season 2 Episode 47

Turf

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Aired Saturday 11:00 AM May 06, 1996 on ABC Family
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Tomas Brod tries to establish himself in New York by throwing out Dracon. Having infiltrated his gang, Elisa ends up right in the middle.

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  • A turf war has started between Dracon & Brod. Elisa goes undercover to catch the criminals in action, & asks the gargoyles for help. The trio are too busy trying to impress Angela during this time. Will they get it together in time to help Elisa?moreless

    10
    Another of my favorites. I like the fact that a gargoyles show can be based around Elisa and the trio without needing Goliath to make the show complete. I like the scenes between the trio and Angela. She had a lot to put up with. I love the whole plot to this episode. The turf war between Brod and Dracon was a great idea. It was even better to put Elisa in the middle of it all. One of the funniest scenes is at the end with Dracon and Brod. Watch the episode and you'll know what I'm talking about.moreless
Clancy Brown

Clancy Brown

Tomas Brod

Guest Star

Rocky Carroll

Rocky Carroll

Glasses

Guest Star

Richard Grieco

Richard Grieco

Anthony Dracon

Guest Star

Rachel Ticotin

Rachel Ticotin

Maria Chavez

Recurring Role

Thomas F. Wilson

Thomas F. Wilson

Matt Bluestone

Recurring Role

Michael Bell

Michael Bell

Pal Joey

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Lexington shoves the goon out of the flying vehicle and he falls down directly toward the water below - Broadway grabs him halfway down. But in the next shot Broadway soars up then flies about 20-30' toward the vehicle, which is now entirely over a building. There's no indication the vehicle moved, so how'd the guy fall over the cliff?

  • QUOTES (4)

    • (The roof door explodes knocking 'Salli' out)
      Brode: That is why I never go in first.

    • Lexington: Hey, A-Angie, wait up!
      Angela: Oh, and another thing: stop calling me Angie!!
      Brooklyn: Got it.
      Broadway: No problem.
      Lexington: "Angela" it is.

    • Angela: Besides, I'm not the only female gargoyle on Earth. I have fifteen rookery sisters on Avalon.
      Brooklyn: So, uh, when do we get our world tour?

    • Angela: Can't you do something? I thought you flew a helicopter.
      Lexington: Yeah, but, a-ha, first I-I kinda crashed it.

  • NOTES (7)

    • This episode marks the final appearance of Tony Dracon.

    • According to Greg, this episode occurs around the same time as "Vendettas." Bronx was absent from the episode as he was involved in an off screen adventure.

    • Unusually, Salli Richardson is credited as "Elisa/Salli" at the end, although she doesn't play two separate characters and there's never really any doubt that Salli is an undercover Elisa.

    • This episode represents the last work for Clancy Brown, Rachel Ticotin, Tom Wilson, and Richard Grieco doing recurring characters in the series (although Brown and Ticotin will have minor roles in a couple of future episodes).

    • This is the third episode you see Elisa in a different outfit, most notably a short miniskirt and thigh high boots!

    • Goliath and Hudson appear briefly at the end of this episode, but neither speaks. Bronx also appears.

    • Elisa's undercover name is Salli, which is almost certainly an in-joke, as the character is voiced by actress Salli Richardson.

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