Glenn Quinn is removed from the opening credits.
Alexis Denisof (Wesley) is added to the opening credits.
This episode received a 4.9/7 in the overnight ratings.
This episode ranked 4 out of 15 WB shows for the week.
This episode scored a 3.1 in the national ratings.
This episode ranked 92 out of 136 in prime time shows.
In the late 1700's, it was Angelus's custom to carve a Christian cross in to the left cheek of his victims.
Penn's act of killing in Los Angeles creates him the image of being the "Pope."
Penn relives his past by doing the exact same kills that Angelus and him performed in the 1700's.
Kate, finally, discovers that Angel is a vampire in this episode.
Penn: You're right, Angelus. My work was getting stale. I appreciate the critique. So look for something new, innovative... something shockingly original. Just think of the worse possible thing you can imagine, and I'll see you there.
Cordelia: (to Wesley) I don't care how many files you have on all the horrible things that he did back in the Powdered Wig Days. He is good now. And he is my friend. And nothing you or anyone else can say will make me turn on a friend.
Angel: Cordelia, he's right.
Cordelia: You stake him, and I'll cut his head off.
Angel: Its gotta end.
Penn: Why? Because you say so? Yeah, how does that work exactly? Do you just wake up one morning and decide "okay, now I'm good"? No, Angelus, it doesn't end. It never, ever ends. It just goes on and on.
Cordelia: That's not the only thing that goes on and on.
Cordelia: People really do change.
Angel: Yes they do...and sometimes they change back. If the day ever comes that I...
Cordelia: Oh, I'll kill you dead.
Cordelia: What are friends for?
Cordelia: Great news, sports fans - there's been another killing.
Cordelia: (while tying Angel to the bed) My glamorous L.A. life. I get to make the coffee and chain the boss to a bed.
Angel: I stalk them, toy with them, mark them while they're still alive. Before they can die from their fear, I feed on them.
Cordelia: Okay, so you've been having nightmares, it doesn't mean you ...
Angel: They're not nightmares. I've enjoyed them.
Penn: You approved of me in ways my mortal father never did! You're my real father, Angelus.
Angel: Fine! You're grounded.
Kate: Angel, are you okay? Not that the brooding "man of mystery" thing isn't working for you. I mean it is, a lot.
Wesley: You recall earlier this morning that mix-up with the dentist's mail and newspaper? Thats when I saw this.
Cordelia: Oh my god! You cut up Mr. Folger's newspaper? You're going to get us kicked out of this building.
Wesley: (to Angel) You can't walk into a police precinct with intimate knowledge of these murders and claim a 200 year-old Puritan's responsible. You'd be locked up faster than Lady Hamilton's virtue. (to Cordelia) My apologies.
Cordelia: That's okay. I don't - I don't know what that meant.