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Angel: Sacrifice

Free from Jasmine's spell, Angel, Wesley, Gunn, Fred and Lorne escape into the sewers for protection until an evil, tentacled monster that has information about Jasmine captures Wes. Meanwhile, Connor, still in the clutches of Jasmine, discovers that Cordelia has vanished.

Episode Info

Episode number: 4x20
Production Number: 4ADH20
Airdate: Wednesday April 23rd, 2003

Director: David Straiton
Writer: Ben Edlund

Alternate Airdates:

NL (Sci-Fi) Oct 13, 2009


Guest Stars
Gina TorresGina Torres
As Jasmine
Jeff RickettsJeff Ricketts
As Spider Monster
Bradley StrykerBradley Stryker
As Sculpture Vampire
Micah HensonMicah Henson
As Matthew
Taylor LundeenTaylor Lundeen
As Little Girl
Main Cast
Alexis DenisofAlexis Denisof
As Wesley Wyndham-Pryce
Charisma CarpenterCharisma Carpenter
As Cordelia Chase
J. August RichardsJ. August Richards
As Charles Gunn
Andy HallettAndy Hallett
As Lorne
Amy AckerAmy Acker
As Winifred "Fred" Burkle/Illyria
Episode Notes
This episode received a 3.4/5 in the overnight ratings.

This episode ranked 7th out of 16 WB shows for that week.

This episode received a 2.5 in the national ratings.

This episode ranked 99 out of 116 in prime time shows.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
The Beach BoysWouldn't It Be Nice 

Episode Quotes
(To Angel)
Connor: I'm finally a part of something. I finally belong. I'll never let you take that away from me.

Gunn: The universe doesn't seem to be wanting to give us breaks lately.

Connor: You're...indescribable.
Jasmine: I know.

Fred: Look at them, they are so happy.
Gunn: They'd be happier gouging out our eyes until their hands get sticky.

Fred: Cordelia...I can't believe we almost forgot about her.
Angel: Forget about her. We have to now.

(To Connor)
Jasmine: You think that pain is for you to bear all alone and I want it.

Angel: That thing is really pissing me off.

Spider Monster: We loved her first.

Spider Monster: She is the devourer, the peace, the whole.

Wesley: I think the universe just handed us our first break.

Cultural References
Golden: I think not Dracula.

Dracula is known as the "first vampire" made popular in a novel written by Bram Stoker.

Angel: I guess it's time to shoot the messenger or at least cut him up in to little pieces.

There is a saying "Don't shoot the messenger!", mainly when it's bad news.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorDavid Greenwalt  |  Joss Whedon
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