Angel Episode Guide

From TV Unprepared for the flood of business brought in by advertising, the Angel Investigations crew splits up to cover more ground---and ends up being spread too thin for its own good. Also, Fred is offered big bucks to solve a demonic puzzle; Angel goes to work for a high-paying businessman; and Gunn and Wesley protect a woman whose zombie ex-boyfriend is stalking her. Host: Andy Hallett. Allison: Sunny Mabrey. Justine: Laurel Holloman.

Waiting in the Wings
From TV The hitherto unacknowledged sexual tension brewing at Angel Investigations is tackled in an episode written and directed by series creator Joss Whedon. Now well into its third season, Angel has clearly found its stride---and the laws of television dictate that a fully realized stable of protagonists inevitably sparks romance. As the gang looks into a bizarre ballet company, Angel (David Boreanaz) and Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter) are possessed by the spirits of tormented lovers embroiled in a torrid affair. Meanwhile, would-be suitors Gunn (J. August Richards) and Wesley (Alexis Denisof) put their respective moves on Fred (Amy Acker), unaware of each other's designs.

From TV Exacerbating the tension caused by the office's two latest couplings, Cordy asks Angel to help her achieve the next level of intimacy with Groosalugg (Mark Lutz). Meanwhile, Fred and Gunn discuss the new wrinkle in their relationship and track an alleged cheating fiancÚ, whom they promptly lose during a brief make-out session. Wesley: Alexis Denisof. Anita: Fanshen Cox. Lionel: Steven Hack.

From TV Wesley preoccupies himself with protecting Connor and foiling the prophecy about Angel and his son. Meanwhile, Gunn and Fred investigate a purported vamp nest, unaware that the woman (Aubrey Davis) who hired them is one of Holtz's lackeys. Gunn and Fred also encounter a stumbling block in their burgeoning relationship. Holtz: Keith Szarabajka. Justine: Laurel Holloman. Lilah: Stephanie Romanov.

Sleep Tight
From TV Utterly consumed by the prophecy that predicts Connor's death at Angel's hands, Wesley (Alexis Denisof) resorts to extreme measures to protect the vampire's son. Wesley's preoccupation with the murderous prediction doesn't seem unwarranted when Gunn and Fred witness Angel's frightening display of bloodthirsty behavior on a job. Tests reveal that Wolfram & Hart have spiked the pig's blood Angel drinks with that of his own son, making the situation all the more dangerous. Believing the baby may be safer away from him for the time being, Angel welcomes Wesley's offer to take Connor for the night. Wesley, however, has something else in mind---as do Lilah, Sahjhan and Holtz. Angel: David Boreanaz.