This episode received a 3.2/4 in the ratings for overnights.
This episode ranked 9th out of 16 WB shows for the week.
This episode received a 2.4 in the national ratings.
This episode received a 99 out of 127 in prime time shows.
Lorne narrates this episode.
Wesley describes a test of a secret gaunlet when only the braviest are put in a house with a vampire. This happened on a Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode.
Angel: I'm supposed to be evil, but they attack me without cause. They gang up on me because I'm different, They're as bad as my father.
Connor: Fathers. Don't they suck?
Angel: Say on thing, then... "Be good. Fear God. Do as your told." And the whole while I know good and well, he's done his share of sinning.
Connor: Sounds kinda like my father.
Angel: Is he a self-righteous Bastard?
Connor: You'd be amazed.
Wesley: Did I miss the spell? Did English go away?
Lorne: First of all she didn't say 'may your words please the gods' but rather 'may you orally please the gods.'
(Looks at Angel)
Cordelia: Hello salty goodness.
Wesley: I'm the head boy.
Cordelia: Gee, I wonder how you earned that nickname.
Wesley: A lot of effort I must say.
Angel: I'm not your friend you English pig. We didn't want you in Ireland and we didn't want you now!
Cordelia: OK we heard from Scarlet O Please Shut Me Up, does anybody else have a theory?
Wesley: It's a clue none the less, perhaps the whole point of this experiment is hair!
Gunn: I vote he is not in charge!
(Regarding Wesley and Gunn fighting)
Angel: It's about time the English got what he had coming to him. I'm rooting for the slave!
Cordelia: I apparently have filled out a lot.
Fred: I apparently ain't gonna.
Cordelia: Me and Connor weren't exactly staying in the Mandrian.
Mandrian is an expensive hotel chain in Los Angeles.
Gunn: I say we gut his damn head off.
Wesley: Thank you very much Marie Antoinette.
She was beheaded in France during the reign of Louis XVI