''Angel's newborn son has been taken from him, those closest to him may be next.''

Angel Double or Nothing - 3ADH18

Written by David H. Goodman - Directed by David Grossman - First aired on April 22nd, 2002

Synopsis - Creature Feature - Cool Quotes - References - Continuity - Goofs - Trivia - The Morgue - Cast - Famous Faces - Points Of View


Angel Investigations The Short: Angel puts his soul on the line when a repo man (guest star Jason Carter) comes to collect on Gunn's past deal to sell his soul. Meanwhile, Cordy is back from vacation and tries to console Angel over the loss of the only child he will ever have, and Fred tells Wesley that the prophecy was a fake and all was lost for nothing.

The Long: Unfinished.

Creature Feature

Casino The demon casino was owned by a demon named Jenoff, who seemed to be able to dran the ''souls'' from people, leaving them for dead.

A skench demon likes to squat in the lairs of other demons, and chase them out by shrieking night and shooting projectile phlegm.

Cool Quotes

  1. Fred: ''Don't forget your machete.''
    Gunn: ''Yes, dear.''
    Groosalugg: ''He is very fortunate to have such a woman looking after his weapon.''
    Host demon: ''I'm not touching that one.''
    Groosalugg, the brave and undefeated straight-man.


  1. Unfinished.


  1. Unfinished.


  1. Unfinished.


  • New name for Wesley: Sherman (by Syd).

  • The Morgue

    1. Anonymous skench demon: In the Frzylcka lair, killed with a machette by Gunn.
    2. Jenoff: In the casino, beheaded by Angel then torn to pieces by various casino goers.


    Angel David Boreanaz as Angel
    Cordelia Charisma Carpenter as Cordelia Chase
    Wesley Alexis Denisof as Wesley Wyndham-Pryce
    Gunn J. August Richards as Charles Gunn
    Fred Amy Acker as Winifred "Fred" Burkle

    Guest Starring:
    Host Andy Hallett as the Host Demon (Krevlornswath of the Deathwok Clan)
    Groosalugg Mark Lutz as the Groosalugg
    Holtz Keith Szarabajka as Daniel Holtz


    Famous Faces


    Points Of View


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