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Angel: The House Always Wins
Tired of dealing with Connor and looking for Cordelia, Angel decides to take Gunn and Fred on a road trip to Vegas to visit Lorne who is performing in a showcase at one of the casinos. They discover that Lorne is being coerced by the casino owner into stealing the "significant destinies" of audience members to sell on the black market. When the casino owner learns that Angel is destined to play a major role in the apocalypse, Cordelia must come to his aid from a distance to prevent his future from being stolen.
Sunday October 20th, 2002
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This episode scored a 4.0/6 in the overnight ratings.
This episode ranked 8 out of 17 WB shows for that week.
This episode received a 2.8 in the national ratings.
This episode received a 95 out of 130 prime time shows.
Angel: I know you're there. Watching me.
Cordelia: Oh, my God, Angel! You can hear me? I so love you! You don't know what its been like.
Winifred: We weren't spying.
Cordelia: Oh, for crap's sake.
Cordelia: Of course he can do it. He's his father's son. Same good looks. Same lost boy sweetness. Same broodyness, he's got that stone cold.
Lorne: You're just a tickle me cutey.
Lorne is referring to tickle me Elmo.
Gunn: Like that monastary you went to in Tibet?
Gunn is referring to when Angel went there at the beginning of Angel season three mourning the loss of Buffy.