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1. In season one, Doyle sent Angel after a woman being terrorized by a man named Dr. Ronald Meltzer, who could disassemble himself. What was the doctor's specialty?
2. When Cordy needed a new apartment, it was Doyle who helped her locate her dream place. Unfortunately, it came with a very angry woman named Maude Pearson. She tried her best to undermine Cordy's confidence and get her to kill herself. What kind of entity was Maude, mother of Dennis, and one time owner of the building?
3. In season one's "Parting Gifts", as Cordy and Angel dealt with Doyle's death they got involved with an empath demon. In truth, he was a sketchy little thief of others' powers. What was the name of this ruthless little liar who tried to auction off Cordy's eyes?
4. In season two, Wolfram and Hart tortured Angel with a human Darla. It's hard to say who was worse, the law firm or Darla. As often was the case during Angel's road to redemption, he side-stepped his "path" and went dark. One huge reason for this in season two was Darla being turned back into a vampire. Which vampire was responsible for turning Darla back into a creature of the night?
5. Season two ended with a four episode arc about Lorne's home dimension Pylea. One of Lorne's cousins came to Los Angeles chasing a drachen beast through a portal. This led to Cordy being sucked into Pylea when Lorne's cousin went back, and the gang going there to find her. What was the name of the head priest, whose head Cordy cut off to prevent him from killing all of the collared humans in Pylea?
6. One of my favorite episodes came in season three's "Carpe Noctem". It was an interesting time with the folks of Angel Investigations, and when you throw in an aggressively selfish human being, things can become mighty confusing. Actor Rance Howard played Marcus Roscoe, and old man living in a retirement community, who had developed what power?
7. In season three's "That Vision Thing", Angel was forced to free Billy Blim from a flamey prison cell. It was orchestrated by Lilah on behalf of Wolfram and Hart. Billy was not a good guy at all, but was the nephew of a senator, whose family was insinuated to be like the Kennedy family. What was the name of the demon guarding Billy's cell of fire?
8. Maybe we really are all just pieces on a board. That was the feeling left behind after the demon Skip revealed how they'd all been manipulated for the greater good of Jasmine. Jasmine birthed herself into the world with lies, deceptions, murder, and misdirection. When Angel returned with her true name, Jasmine's hold over her "Utopian Wonderland" vanished in an instant.
Who was it that finally killed Jasmine?
9. This lady is my second favorite all time "Angel" villain. She made zero apologies for her tactics, never tried to come over to the side of the "good and plenties" as she called them, and murdered her own boss. Lilah Morgan was the most ruthless employee of a most evil law firm. Which of Angel's one time co-workers did Lilah have a romantic liaison with for part of season four?
10. Choosing Connor as an "evily" was a tricky choice. He wasn't directly evil, but he'd picked up its odor from people like Holtz, Justine, and Jasmine. What sealed his fate as an evil thing, intentional or not, was that he was Angel's reason for becoming CEO of Wolfram and Hart, which led to so much mayhem for all of our characters. After Connor had his memory altered and was given a real family, did he ever return and see Angel again?
11. Near the end of season five, we were told the story of a mutual enemy of both Spike and Angel. In "The Girl in Question", Spike and Angel had to travel to Italy to bring back the head (literally) of the Capo di Famiglia (leader of the Goran Clan). A hilarious story unfolded about a creature who'd once slipped in and taken both of their ladies. And, once more it had happened.
Who was the mysterious and irresistible lover of Darla, Drusilla, and finally Buffy?
12. I probably found this Wolfram and Hart employee the most despicable of all. He was cute and affable, and didn't see himself as truly evil, though he worked for the universe's evil law firm. What he did do was befriend his boss, try and date her, and then he arranged for her to become infected with a former god named Illyria. Which evily person was the cog in the wheel of Fred's destruction?
13. There was never a more captivating villain than the one of blue hue and played by Amy Acker. Illyria came to Wolfram and Hart from England inside a sarcophagus and its essence entered Fred and hollowed her out. Spike and Angel tried to save Fred by traveling to the home of the tomb, but in the end they had to let her die. Where had Illyria (and many other demons/gods) been entombed for thousands of years?
14. Whether she was being a stuck-up teen on "BtVS", or a soulless blood sucker on either show, Harmony Kendall was always amusing. She tried desperately to hold on to Spike, then to be a gang leader, then to be part of a vampire pyramid scheme, and lastly she tried to make a real "go" of it in Los Angeles. What was her final role on "Angel", and I mean it quite literally?
15. My all time favorite "Angel" villain was a "tiny Texan" who lost his right hand for the greater good of Wolfram and Hart. He fell for Darla, who used him as she had been used, and finally left Los Angeles. Time away is time to play, or in his case, plot revenge against Angel, of whom he was basically jealous. Who was this man who said to Lorne (at the end) in an outraged voice "Angel kills me"?
Source: Author Gamemaster1967
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