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Season Three
Season Three

Heartthrob    (8/10)-Anna    (10/10)-XG
ANGELS PAST IS PRESENT AGAIN - On a routine patrol, Angel (David Boreanaz) stakes a female vampire he recognizes from his past, but a moment too late. Her grief-stricken lover, Angels old fighting buddy, is out for revenge for the present killing and a betrayal Angelus committed over 200 years ago. Charisma Carpenter, Alexis Denisof, J. August Richards and Amy Acker also star. David Greenwalt wrote and directed the episode.
 

That Vision-Thing    (8.5/10)-Anna    (7.5/10)-XG
Angel (David Boreanaz) must team up with the dark side to stop a psychic hacker from killing Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter) with her own violent visions that are leaving her burned, scaly and frightened for her life. Alexis Denisof, J. August Richards and Amy Acker also star. Bill Norton directed the episode written by Jeffrey Bell.
 

That Old Gang of Mine    (7.5/10)-Anna    (9/10)-XG
THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD - Angel (David Boreanaz) comes face-to-face with Gunns (J. August Richards) old demon-hunting crew who at one time considered Gunn a hero, but now view him a traitor and want to see Angel dead. Charisma Carpenter, Alexis Denisof and Amy Acker also star. Fred Keller directed the episode written by Tim Minear.
 

Carpe Noctem    (6/10)-Anna    (10/10)-XG
OLD MAN ANGEL - An old man (guest star Rance Howard) casts a body-switching spell on Angel (David Boreanaz), and the old man enjoys the many pleasures of being eternally young, handsome and bloodthirsty in Los Angeles while a dying Angel tries to get his body back. Charisma Carpenter, Alexis Denisof, J. August Richards and Amy Acker also star. James A. Contner directed the episode written by Scott Murphy.
 

Fredless    (9.5/10)-Anna    (8/10)-XG
FREDS PARENTS COME TO TAKE HER HOME - Angel (David Boreanaz) goes into full detective mode when Fred's parents unexpectedly arrive in Los Angeles to bring Fred (Amy Acker) home, but their appearance inexplicably sends her into a tailspin and on the run. Charisma Carpenter, Alexis Denisof and J. August Richards also star. Marita Grabiak directed the episode written by Mere Smith.
 

Billy    (9/10)-Anna    (10/10)-XG
Violence erupts within Angel's (David Boreanaz) gang as a demonic boy (guest star Justin Shilton) brings primal rage to the surface of men, turning them hateful and murderous towards women. As Wesley (Alexis Denisof) and Gunn (J. August Richards) turn on a frightened Fred (Amy Acker), Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter) fears the onslaught of Angel's dark side. David Grossman directed the episode written by Tim Minear & Jeffrey Bell.
 

Offspring    (2/10)-Anna    (8/10)-XG
Angel (David Boreanaz) comes face-to-face with the consequences of his night of passion when Darla (guest star Julie Benz) arrives on his doorstep inexplicably pregnant. While Angel tortures himself over the decision whether or not to destroy the demon seed, the gang uncovers a prophecy that predicts the arrival of a great evil which will bring about the ruination of mankind. Charisma Carpenter, Alexis Denisof, J. August Richards and Amy Acker also star. Turi Meyer directed the episode written by David Greenwalt.
 

Quickening    (5/10)-Anna    (8.5/10)-XG
WOLFRAM & HART COME AFTER DARLA - Angel (David Boreanaz) must do everything in his power to protect Darla (Julie Benz) and their unborn child when Wolfram & Hart launches a full attack to take mother and baby, in addition to a vampire cult who believe the baby is The Miracle Child. Charisma Carpenter, Alexis Denisof, J. August Richards and Amy Acker also star. Skip Schoolnik directed the episode written by Jeffrey Bell.
 

Lullaby    (7/10)-Anna    (7/10)-XG
AND BABY MAKES THREE FOR ANGEL AND DARLA - As Darla (guest star Julie Benz) violently begins childbirth, Angel (David Boreanaz) faces the responsibility of becoming a father and the possibilities of what miracle or destruction this new being may bring to the world. Charisma Carpenter, Alexis Denisof, J. August Richards and Amy Acker also star. Tim Minear wrote and directed the episode.
 

Dad    (7.5/10)-Anna    (7.5/10)-XG
Angel (David Boreanaz) discovers how hard it is being a new dad - especially when the demon underworld is after your newborn son. Charisma Carpenter, Alexis Denisof, J. August Richards and Amy Acker also star. Fred Keller directed the episode written by David H. Goodman.
 

Birthday    (9/10)-Anna    (8/10)-XG
CORDELIA MUST DECIDE BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH -- On her birthday, Cordelia's visions become so painful that they propel her into an astral state and a life-threatening coma. Visited by a demon guide, astral Cordy is mystically granted the opportunity to live her dream of a rich and famous actress if she is willing to give up her history with Angel and her visions. Michael Grossman directed the episode written by Mere Smith.
 

Provider    (7.5/10)-Anna    (8/10)-XG
Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter) worries that Angel (David Boreanaz) has lost sight of their mission to help the helpless when he becomes obsessed with making money in order to provide for the baby's future and takes on too many cases. Alexis Denisof, J. August Richards and Amy Acker also star. Bill Norton directed the episode written by Scott Murphy.
 

Waiting in the Wings    (8/10)-Anna    (7.5/10)-XG
Angel (David Boreanaz) takes the gang out for an evening at the ballet, but becomes suspicious when the prima ballerina (guest star Summer Glau) is one he saw dance more than a century ago. When Angel and Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter) sneak backstage to investigate, they find themselves consumed with an overwhelming passion for one another as the spirits of unrequited lovers take over. Alexis Denisof, J. August Richards and Amy Acker also star. Joss Whedon wrote and directed the episode.
 

Couplet    (8.5/10)-Anna    (7.5/10)-XG
VAMPIRE ENVY - Angel (David Boreanaz) feels isolated, obsolete and even a bit jealous when Groosalugg (guest star Mark Lutz) arrives in town from Pylea and immediately saves the gang in battle and is welcomed into the loving arms of his former princess, Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter). Alexis Denisof, J. August Richards and Amy Acker also star. Tim Minear directed the episode written by Tim Minear & Jeffrey Bell.
 

Loyalty    (8/10)-Anna    (8/10)-XG
Angel is concerned about Wesley's erratic behavior when the book man's greatest fears are secretly confirmed - the prophecy is true and he is given the three signs to look for before Angel devours his own son. When an earthquake shakes Los Angeles, all three signs come true. Charisma Carpenter, J. August Richards and Amy Acker also star. James A. Contner directed the episode written by Mere Smith.
 

Sleep Tight    (6.5/10)-Anna    (10/10)-XG
ANGEL'S ENEMIES COME FOR THE BABY Angel's - (David Boreanaz) angry behavior and sudden cravings for human blood frighten Wesley (Alexis Denisof) enough for him to kidnap the baby to keep him safe. Unfortunately, Wesley's plan to protect Connor falls apart when Holtz (guest star Keith Szarabajka) takes the child for revenge against Angel. Charisma Carpenter, J. August Richards and Amy Acker also star. Terrence O'Hara directed the episode written by David Greenwalt.
 

Forgiving    (9/10)-Anna    (8/10)-XG
Angel (David Boreanaz) is a man out for revenge to get back at Wesley (Alexis Denisof) for kidnapping Connor and turning him over to their enemies. While Fred (Amy Acker) and Gunn (J. August Richards) try to reason with him, Angel conjures dark magic and risks ripping right through the fabric of reality to find his lost son. Turi Meyer directed the episode written by Jeffrey Bell.
 

Double or Nothing    (5/10)-Anna    (7.5/10)-XG
Angel (David Boreanaz) puts his soul on the line when a repo man (guest star Jason Carter) comes to collect on Gunn's (J. August Richards) past deal to sell his soul. Meanwhile, Cordy (Charisma Carpenter) is back from vacation and tries to console Angel over the loss of the only child he will ever have, and Fred (Amy Acker) tells Wesley (Alexis Densiof) that the prophecy was a fake and all was lost for nothing. David Grossman directed the episode written by David H. Goodman.
 

The Price    (6.5/10)-Anna    (8/10)-XG
PAYING THE CONSEQUENCES - Angel (David Boreanaz) must pay for using powerful dark magic in his failed attempt to bring back his son, and the hotel becomes infected with deadly slug-like creatures who invade Fred's (Amy Acker) body, leaving Wesley (Alexis Denisof) as Gunn's (J. August Richards) only hope to turn to save her. Meanwhile, Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter) experiences a new and shocking power and they learn of the coming of The Destroyer determined to kill Angel. Marita Grabiak directed the episode written by David Fury.
 

A New World    (4.5/10)-Anna    (8.5/10)-XG
ANGEL IS REUNITED WITH HIS SON WHO WANTS HIM DEAD - Angel's (David Boreanaz) son Connor (guest star Vincent Kartheiser) is brought back from the Hell dimension a feral teenage warrior, and is hellbent on vengeance against his father for his evil past. Charisma Carpenter, J. August Richards and Amy Acker also star. Tim Minear directed the episode written by Jeffrey Bell.
 

Benediction    (6.5/10)-Anna    (8/10)-XG
THE FIGHT FOR CONNOR TURNS DEADLY - After a violent reunion, Angel (David Boreanaz) finds himself battling vampires with his now teenaged son Connor (guest star Vincent Kartheisier) by his side. Meanwhile, Fred (Amy Acker) and Gunn (J. August Richards) distract Connor so Angel can confront Holtz (guest star Keith Szarabajka) for stealing his son. Charisma Carpenter and Alexis Denisof also star. Tim Minear wrote and directed the episode.
 

Tomorrow    (1/10)-Anna    (1/10)-XG
ANGEL SINKS TO THE OCEAN'S DEPTHS AS CORDELIA ASCENDS TO THE HEAVENS - The joyful reunion between Angel (David Boreanaz) and his now teenage son Connor (guest star Vincent Kartheiser) is short-lived when the enraged Connor comes seeking revenge against Angel for murder. Meanwhile, just at the moment when Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter) and Angel are finally ready to face their feelings for each other, she is sent a message that it's time for her to leave this world and to move on to another. David Greenwalt wrote and directed the episode.


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Oh, Angel. I know that I am a Slayer, and you are a Vampire, and it is impossible for us to be together, but --
But my gypsy curse, and our hot little loins, sometimes prevent us from seeing the truth. Oh Buffy --
Yes, Angel?
I love you so much I almost forgot to brood.
And just because I sent you to hell that one time doesn't mean we can't be friends.
Or possibly more?
Gasp! No! We mustn't! You'll lose your soul!
To hell with my soul! Again! Kiss me!
Bite me!
-Cordy and Wesley (Fredless)


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