Angel Episode Guide

Blood Money
From TV Angel digs up dirt on Wolfram & Hart's connection to a shelter for runaways and the woman who manages it. Meanwhile, an old enemy goes to the law firm for help in settling his grudge against the detective; and Cordelia, Wesley and Gunn resolve to continue fighting evil, sans vampire.

From The WB: Angel threatens to expose Wolfram & Hartís criminal activities when he discovers that they are stealing large contributions that were made to a teen shelter but an old adversary has other plans for Angel.

Happy Anniversary
From TV Angel and the Host search for a physicist they fear will cause the end of the world---and who unknowingly has help from two apocalypse-lovin' Lubber demons. Wesley, Cordelia and Gunn settle into their new digs, where Virginia brings them their first official case.

From The WB: Angel and The Host must join forces to stop a brilliant, yet twisted physicist who is determined to stop time in order to keep his girlfriend from breaking up with him.

The Thin Dead Line
From TV Unbeknownst to Gunn, Cordy and Wesley, Angel investigates a squad of zombie police officers who assault everyone in their path—a case also brought to the trio by Anne. What Angel realizes and the others don't is that the attackers are actually reanimated cops who had been killed in the line of duty.

From The WB: Angel investigates rumors of renegade cops out for blood, while Cordelia, Wesley and Gunn carry out their own fact-finding mission that results Wesley being seriously wounded by a police gunshot.

From TV Angel's investigation of the city's latest rash of dark rituals garners him a unique opportunity to take Wolfram & Hart out at its source—Hell. As Lilah and Lindsey prepare for the law firm's impending 75-year review, Angel (David Boreanaz) learns that the historically deadly event involves bringing in one of the senior partners (i.e., a big, bad Kleynach demon). The good news is that this demon wears a ring with the power to take Angel straight to W&H's hot Home Office. The bad news is that Angel needs a one-of-a-kind magic glove in order to touch the Kleynach without being incinerated. No, scratch that—the bad news is that Darla (Julie Benz) has the glove.

From The WB: Angel learns of the impending visit of Wolfram & Hartís "senior partner," an evil and merciless demon from hell, and he plans a kamikaze mission to destroy the powerful beast that will sacrifice his own life in the process.

From TV After spending an evening with Darla, Angel realizes that being evil is not all it's cracked up to be. Now he needs to regain the trust of Wesley, Cordelia and Gunn. It turns out to be a good time to do so, as all three are in danger of being killed by vengeful three-eyed Skilosh demons.

From The WB: After an empty night of passion with Darla, Angel surprisingly wakes up with his soul still intact and has an epiphany. His moment of clarity brings him back to the land of the living and while he tries to reunite with his crew, Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter), Wesley (Alexis Denisof) and Gunn (J. August Richards) aren't ready to forgive him, even when their very lives are at stake.

From TV Angel Investigations may be together again (under new management), but that doesn't mean the family is ready to add a new sister. While the crew tracks down a cult of vampires led by a former motivational speaker with a wicked pyramid scheme, Cordelia gets a surprise visit from her old high-school buddy Harmony (Mercedes McNab). Unaware her flaky pal's a bloodsucker, Cordy mistakes Harm's strange behavior for lesbianism--until the truth comes out (so to speak) in a call to Willow. Much to the dismay of her co-workers, the ever loyal Cordelia resolves to give her undead friend a chance at fighting for the good guys.

From The WB: Angel and his reunited crew try to foil the plans of a vampire cult leader, but Cordelia becomes distracted when her old high school friend-turned-vampire Harmony (guest star Mercedes McNab) comes to town after her break-up with Spike and wants to help in the fight.

Dead End
From TV The search for a man Cordelia saw in a vision stabbing his own eye leads the gang's path to cross with Lindsey's--whose new right hand seems to have a life of its own. Back at Wolfram & Hart, Lilah fumes and frets over the extra attention that her partner's receiving.

From The WB: Angel and Lindsey must grudgingly work together when Cordelia's disturbing vision leads the gang to a grotesque Wolfram & Hart body shop where parts are harvested from live humans.

From TV Shaken up when a mystic portal deposits a rather violent Drokken demon at his club, the Host takes news of the unexpected man-eating guest to Angel and company. Their only clue to finding it is Cordelia's vision, which leads them to a library with a missing librarian. Meanwhile, Gunn heads to his old neighborhood to help with a vampire problem, and Cordy's spirits take a hit when her acting gig doesn't go so well.

From The WB: Angel and his crew must find a way to kill a bloodthirsty demon who has arrived in town from another dimension through a mysterious, magical portal in the karaoke bar. With the help of Cordelia's visions, they are able to locate someone who can help destroy the snarly beast; however, when itís time to return their source to his home dimension, Cordelia discovers a whole new world.

Over The Rainbow
From TV After being inadvertently sucked into a dimensional portal, Cordelia finds herself stuck in the Host's home world, Pylea, a place where human beings aren't exactly treated as such. While Cordy struggles to endure the hardships of otherworldly existence — which include being treated as a slave and referred to as "cow" — Angel, Wesley, the Host and Gunn work on how to get her back. They decide that the only acceptable (but nonetheless risky) plan is to go to Pylea themselves. Of course, the only way to get there is to first locate another functional portal. And the Host is none too excited about the idea of a homecoming.

From The WB: Cordelia is accidentally sucked through a magical portal and transported to a demon dimension, finding herself all alone in a strange new land where humans are considered inferior and sold into slavery. Angel, Gunn, Wesley and the Host jump through the portal in search of her and end up shackled by an angry mob of villagers and sentenced to death.

Through the Looking Glass
From TV Angel and friends work overtime to survive in a foreign dimension. Cordelia discovers her dirty duty as Princess of Pylea is to mate with a creature called the Groosalugg. She's unable to escape the palace with Wesley and Gunn, and the priests keeping watch over her also prove to be less than trustworthy. Meanwhile, Angel gets himself into trouble with the Host's family when he refuses to kill a human woman who went missing from L.A. years before.

From The WB: Angel, Gunn, Wesley and the Host are sentenced to death in a demon dimension after trying to rescue a lost Cordelia, but are even more shocked to find themselves brought before Her Royal Highness, Cordelia. Unfortunately, unbeknownst to Her Majesty, Cordyís reign will be a short one.

There's No Place Like Plrtz Glrb
From TV The sophomore-season finale has things popping in Pylea as Angel, Cordelia, Wesley, Gunn and the Host find getting out of the foreign dimension to be increasingly complicated. Figurehead princess Cordy is trapped in the palace by the ill-intentioned priest Silas, who is also responsible for the Host's recent beheading. Luckily, Lorne's bizarre physiology allows his ever talkative head to survive, provided his body isn't mutilated. While Cordy helps the disembodied noggin complete himself, a lost-in-the-woods Angel bonds with fellow refugee Fred; and Gunn and Wesley get caught up with a band of rebels.

From The WB: Angel struggles with the inner beast that the demon dimension brings out in him, while Cordelia learns that her role as princess involves mating with a demon, and Wesley and Gunn band with rebel forces to overthrow the government and Her Majesty.

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