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Quiz about Angel Evilies
Quiz about Angel Evilies

"Angel" Evilies Trivia Quiz


Evilies may not technically be a real word, but it was used in the "Buffy" universe. This quiz covers my favorite creepies on "Angel". Reuniting on "Bones" will be credited. You'd be surprised how many former "Angel" players appeared on "Bones".

A multiple-choice quiz by Gamemaster1967. Estimated time: 7 mins.
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Time
7 mins
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Quiz #
377,272
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
15
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Avg Score
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Question 1 of 15
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? Hint


Question 2 of 15
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? Hint


Question 3 of 15
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? Hint


Question 4 of 15
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? Hint


Question 5 of 15
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? Hint


Question 6 of 15
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? Hint


Question 7 of 15
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? Hint


Question 8 of 15
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?
Hint


Question 9 of 15
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? Hint


Question 10 of 15
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?


Question 11 of 15
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?
Hint


Question 12 of 15
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? Hint


Question 13 of 15
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? Hint


Question 14 of 15
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? Hint


Question 15 of 15
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"? Hint



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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?

Answer: Neurosurgery

Melissa Burns had been treated by the doctor, and then had one drink with him, one time. He became obsessed with her, and stalked her every move. The PTB sent Doyle a vision of her, and Angel offered his services. It turned out that the doctor had become proficient in psychic surgery, and could basically remove his own body parts at will. If they returned to his body in time, no physiological damage occurred. Angel was able to defeat this creepy foe, one of the show's more disturbing baddies, and Melissa became their first paying customer.

Tushka Bergen played Melissa. I think there is no coincidence that the doctor was named "Melt"zer, since he kind of melted apart in a sense. Andy Umberger played Ronald. He also played Anya's boss D'Hoffryn on "Buffy". He appeared on "Bones" in the season five episode "A Night at the Bones Museum".
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?

Answer: Ghost

In season one's "Rm w/a Vu", Cordy moved into an apartment building formerly known as Pearson Arms. It was in her unit that Maude had bricked up her only son Dennis inside a wall. Dennis, of course, died inside the wall. She died shortly after putting him in the wall, of a heart attack. Maude had caused other suicides inside the unit over the years, but she couldn't best Cordy. Maude actually reminded Cordy of her true nature, and Cordy fought back. Possessed with the spirit of Dennis, Cordy exposed his skeleton and Dennis sent his dead mother away for good. He actually stayed in the unit with Cordy as her helpful phantom roommate. Doyle was half Brachen, and Giles turned into a Fyarl demon on "Buffy". A Howler is an angry message one might receive from a parent if they attended Hogwarts.

Beth Grant played Maude and BJ Porter played Dennis. She also guest starred on "Jericho" and "The Mindy Project". Beth Grant reunited on the "Bones" episode "The Secret in the Soil" in season three.
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?

Answer: Barney

Barney was being pursued by both a demon and by a rogue demon hunter. He came to Angel in desperation. It coincided with Cordy dealing with her very first vision, a gift from Doyle before his sacrifice. The demon was dying because Barney removed his horn, which also had the power to drain a being's life force. And, the demon hunter was after Barney because that was his life's mission. Or, as he finally revealed, it was because he'd been fired by the Watcher's Council after Buffy quit and Faith went evil. This episode reunited Wesley with his job description and balanced out the Angel Investigations team once more. This began the biggest arc of change in a character on either series, with (in my opinion) Cordy being in second place and Willow in third.

Maury Sterling played Barney. Later he guest starred on "Deadwood", "ER", "In Plain Sight", and "Extant". Michael, Trevor, and Franklin were playable characters in the video game "Grand Theft Auto V".
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?

Answer: Drusilla

Wolfram and Hart resurrected Darla as a distraction for Angel, as he had a habit of getting in their way. At first, a human Darla seduced Angel in his dreams. Eventually, it was revealed that Darla's terminal STD (she was a prostitute before she died) came back with her humanity. Angel tried to save her, but her second chance was already afoot. So, Darla decided she was not ready to die again, and tried to get Angel to sire her.

He refused, so she went looking for other options. Lindsey McDonald and company brought Drusilla to town to do the job instead.

Afterward, the lady vamps wreaked havoc on Los Angeles, and Angel decided to make it his mission to stop them. But, not before he allowed the duo to eat a room full of lawyers. Caught in the crossfire were Wes, Cordy, Gunn, and Kate. Lindsey and Lilah survived the lawyer buffet, and a very darkened Angel ended up setting Darla and Drusilla on fire. Drusilla fled to Sunnydale to try and win Spike back, but he was in love with Buffy, so no luck there. Darla stayed in town and consummated her relationship with Angel once more.

He experienced a "moment of perfect despair" and told her to hit the road. That was his epiphany. That epiphany saved the life of Kate Lockley, who was never seen again after this episode - "Epiphany".
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?

Answer: Silas

Just as Angel and Wes were close to figuring out how to get through a portal to Pylea together, we were introduced to Gavin Park, a lawyer from Wolfram and Hart. In Pylea, Wes discovered that Wolfram and Hart were also in some kind of control there a well. Cordy had the visions, so the priests believed her to be some kind of destined savior who'd "comshuck with the Groosalug" and pass the visions on to him. While in Pylea, Cordy found Winifred Burkle, whom she'd had a vision about back in Los Angeles. After defeating the head priest Silas, and saving Groosalug from Angel's "bad side", Cordy, Wes, Gunn, Angel, Lorne, and Fred returned home. Fred had been trapped there for five years and was ready for safety and tacos. When they walked into the hotel, they found Willow sitting there ready to tell them that Buffy had died.

The four episodes were "Belonging", "Over The Rainbow", "Through the Looking Glass", and "There's No Place Like Plrtz Glrb". Susan Blommaert played Vakma, the woman who purchased Cordy as her new "cow". Joss Whedon played Lorne's brother Numfar, Brody Hutzler played Landok, and Tom McCleister played Lorne's mother. Reunited on "Bones" was Tom McCleister (in season 1).
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?

Answer: Body switching

In an attempt to avoid talking to Fred (about her crush on him), Angel alerted Wes to an article about a man who'd died in an expensive hotel room, leaving behind just a bag of skin. Wes commented that he'd read another story, that was along the same lines, a week earlier. So, Angel and Cordy went to talk to people at a local gym, the only common thread to all of the victims. While there, Angel spotted Marcus eyeing the place from his room across the street. Marcus took Angel's body through some kind of spell, leaving Angel trapped inside the old man while Marcus had a blast inside of Angel. Fred was witness to Marcus (inside Angel) making out with Lilah on Wes' desk, which led to the group figuring out Angel's body had been kidnapped. Angel switched himself back, using the same spell, and Marcus was left in the retirement home having a heart attack.

Rance Howard is the father of famed actor/director Ron Howard. He reunited with David in a season ten episode of "Bones".
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?

Answer: Skip

Lilah had someone hack into Cordy's head and give her physically scarring visions. This led Angel to Lilah, who sent him after Billy in exchange for saving Cordy. When Angel got to the prison world, Skip was there watching over Billy. Angel asked what kept Billy inside the cage of fire, and why he wasn't screaming in pain. Skip said his will was what kept Billy inside, and his will kept his cries of pain from being heard. Angel fought Skip and freed Billy. Billy returned a few episodes later in the episode "Billy", and showed his evil capabilities (he was part human). He could touch men and incite a "primordial misogyny", which caused women in their paths to be killed. So, Angel, Cordy, and Lilah all went after Billy before he could get out of town. Before they found him, Wes and Gunn became infected by Billy's bloody handprint and went after Fred inside the hotel. Fred saved herself, but it left Wes with heavy duty shame and guilt. This moment in time took Wes down a path that led to kidnapping Connor (to save him from Angel), losing Conner, losing his friends, and an intimate relationship with someone evil. In the end, it was Lilah who killed Billy and Skip would be seen again..

Justin Shilton played Billy. David Denman played Skip in several episodes of "Angel", and was reunited on the "Bones" episode "The Woman in the Tunnel" in season one. He went on to star on "Drop Dead Diva", "The Office", and "Parenthood", all as human characters. Kristoffer Polaha played Billy's cousin Dylan in "Billy", and he reunited on the "Bones" season two episode "The Headless Witch in the Woods".
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?

Answer: Connor

Jasmine had orchestrated a series of events which included Cordy receiving Doyle's visions, Darla being resurrected by Wolfram and Hart, Darla turning back into a vampire, Angel and Darla resuming their sexual relationship, Connor's birth, Cordy becoming part demon, and Cordy ascending to a higher plane of existence. Skip insinuated that many more steps were also involved. He claimed to be just a "merc" (mercenary), which meant she'd hired him to do some of her dirty work before she arrived. Her essence rode back to Earth with Cordy, and was awakened when Lorne performed his memory spell in "Spin the Bottle". Wes figured out that her true name was her weakness, but only Angel could travel to the world in which it was secreted away. When he returned with the head of the Guardian of the Word, he cut the bindings from its mouth and her name was uttered aloud. Her hold over humanity ended instantly, but it did not kill her. Connor, who had lost all hope, was the one who killed her. It was Fred who was the first to see her true face. And, it was the bookstore clerk at Magic Bullet Books who called the state of things a "Utopian Wonderland".

Lorne, Gunn, Wes, and Fred were all locked up in the basement while Angel was revealing her true name.
Gina Torres played Jasmine. She reunited on the season four "Bones" episode "The Bone That Blew".
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?

Answer: Wesley

Lilah was always trying hard to prove herself to one boss or another. The sad part was that she already had all of them beaten in desire alone. She used an abused young woman named Bethany to try to impress the Senior Partners. She used Darla to seduce Angel into darkness. She tortured Cordelia to get Billy Blim out of a fire cell (Jasmine probably played part in that), she faked documents to keep Angel in his hotel just to outwit Gavin, and she chopped off the head of her boss Linwood Murrow in the season four premier. This act was approved of and encouraged by the Senior Partners, when she told them of Linwood's reticence to procure Connor because he was afraid of Angel. This finally, at long last, made her head of Special Projects at the firm. Her leadership role did not last long, as the Beast took out the entire Los Angeles branch of Wolfram and Hart. She was the lone survivor, but was killed by faux Cordy at the hotel. She returned at the end of the season for her final job (her contract extended beyond death), to entice Angel into taking over the L.A. branch for his own. He did so to save his son, which effectively erased everyone's memory of Connor.

Stephanie Romanov played Lilah, and John Rubinstein played Linwood. John reunited on a season eight episode of "Bones" in 2013.
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?

Answer: Yes

He first returned with his new parents, after being attacked by a demon, and fighting it off. This showed his enhanced strength to himself and his parents. They sought answers at Wolfram and Hart. It turned out, that Connor would have to face off with the demon Sahjhan after all. The prophecy of Connor killing the demon was going to come true, despite all of Sahjhan's best efforts to thwart it. But, in order to save Connor, he needed to remember who he really was, and so the memories were restored. It was shown as an act of defiance by Wes, who had to know the truth. Fortunately, his old memories saved him, but did not negate all of his fake happy memories. Wesley also got his memory back as well, because he was the one who broke the container and sent Connor's real life back out into the universe. It was never clear if everyone remembered Connor afterward, but it seemed like only Wes and Connor were restored. Connor killed the demon, and then came back to see Angel one more time in the series finale. Angel chose to spend the day with Connor before killing the Circle of the Blackthorn, and Connor knew it had to mean something awful was happening.

Jack Conley played Sahjhan. He also played a werewolf hunter in season two of "Buffy". Vincent Kartheiser played Connor. He went on to star on the series "Mad Men" and married actress Alexis Bledel ("Gilmore Girls") in 2014.
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?

Answer: The Immortal

I chose The Immortal for a few reasons. One was because it brought back the character of Andrew Wells, whom I adore. Then there was the male bonding flashbacks of Angel and Spike, when we found out that The Immortal had once seduced Darla and Drusilla, simultaneously. Finally, when they arrived in Italy together in present day, they stopped by Buffy's place to warn her. Andrew was staying with her, and informed the vamps that Buffy was out with The Immortal. In pursuit of the head of the Capo, they tried to locate and "save" Buffy (both men's only true love) from the creature (of unknown lineage). They got close to her in a club, but Sarah Michelle Gellar was not able to film any scenes in time to air, so they never got to talk to Buffy or The Immortal. The Immortal stole the head of the Capo and sent it to L.A. with a note that held his regards. Out played again. This episode also showed that Illyria could mimic Fred entirely. Fred's parents showed up unannounced to see her, on their way to Hawaii, and Illyria pretended to be Fred to spare Wesley having to explain her death. It was the first real sign that Illyria cared about Wes.

The three incorrect choices were all evilies from "BtVS". Tom Lenk, who played Andrew on both shows, reunited on the "Bones" season 11 episode "The Carpals in the Coy-Wolves". Gary Grubbs played Roger, and Jennifer Griffin played Trish Burkle.
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?

Answer: Knox

While Fred seemed to initially look at Knox as a possible love interest, by the episode "Smile Time" she knew she was finally seeing Wes for the man he'd become. She told Knox that they'd already "talked about this" when Knox gave her a late Valentine's card. She tried to get Wes' attention in this episode as well, but he was used to being looked over and didn't pick up on it. She finally made it perfectly clear at the end of the episode. Why was Fred finally noticing Wes? Was it because she no longer knew that he'd taken Connor? Was it because Gunn had changed so much? Or was it finally just "their time" in the course of their friendship? Whatever the reasons, it all came just a little too late, and the whole "live every day like it's your last" rang true here. Knox made it seem as though he was always going to infect Fred with Illyria, but maybe he wouldn't have if she'd become his girlfriend. We'll never know. Maybe this was part of Wolfram and Hart's scheme, since they also used the doctor and Gunn to get Illyria out of customs. Wes was reading to Fred when she died and turned into Illyria. It was "The Little Princess", first published in the early 1900s.

Jonathan M. Woodward played Knox. He also played the vampire Holden Webster in season seven of "Buffy", in the episode "Conversations With Dead People".
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?

Answer: The Deeper Well

The Deeper Well was guarded by Drogyn, who knew Angel. He explained to them both that to recall Illyria back to The Deeper Well meant it would infect every person it came into contact with across the thousands of miles. If they'd taken Fred with them to the location, they could have saved her. But, to save her now would be to murder possibly millions of people in its path. So, Illyria took Fred's "shell" and used it to enter reality once more. It was a former god king demon/ruler who wanted to rule again, and was devastated to learn that there was nothing left to rule. People had taken over the world, and nothing great remained. Amy Acker played the part so well, there was nothing left to remind you of Fred. On a couple of occasions, Illyria did pretend to be Fred. Once it was for her parents, Roger and Trish, and lastly it was for Wes as he lay dying in the series finale. Alec Newman played Drogyn. He went on to voice many video game characters, and starred in the 2015 Kurt Sutter series "The Bastard Executioner", which was a critical success, though not a fan success. It was an amazing series, canceled after only one season.

Tel'aran'rhiod is from the fantasy series "The Wheel of Time", Narnia is from the C.S. Lewis series "The Chronicles of Narnia", and Ravenloft is a setting from the game "Dungeons and Dragons".
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?

Answer: She betrayed Angel to Marcus Hamilton

Harmony appeared in the second episode of "Buffy", and would pop up once in awhile as part of Cordelia's snooty circle of friends in Sunnydale. She tried to fight the mayor in the season three finale, but our last shot of her was her being bitten by a vampire. One would assume that she would have been drained and left for dead, but she popped early in season four of "Buffy" vamped out and somehow dating Spike. It was never explained how they met. Spike had a chip implanted in his head, became obsessed with Buffy and ignored Harmony. So, Harmony tried her hand at leadership, and it went very badly. She took Spike back as her boyfriend, but he was in love with Buffy, and she finally left town. She reconnected with Cordy in L.A., and gave a solid few hours to being one of the good guys before reverting to form and joining up with a vampire pyramid scheme. She finally resurfaced as Angel's secretary at Wolfram and Hart in the show's final season. Angel counted on her betrayal, and she did not disappoint him. This led him to Marcus Hamilton, whom he killed in the series finale.

Mercedes McNab had a knack for pulling off a charming blend of clueless evil in her portrayal of Harmony.
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"?

Answer: Lindsey McDonald

No one could have played Lindsey better than Christian Kane. He'd originally auditioned for the role of Riley Finn on "Buffy", and was so well liked, they offered him another role coming up at the exact same time- Lindsey. Lindsey appeared in the first episode and the last, though he was missing in action for a couple of seasons in between. Angel cut off his hand during the resurrection ceremony for Darla, so that he could obtain the Scrolls of Aberjian and save Cordelia. Lindsey was the one who brought Spike back to life by sending the special necklace back to Wolfram and Hart after Spike died saving the world. Then, he and Eve plotted against Angel and his friends continuously until Lindsey pushed it too far by calling himself "Doyle" and claiming to have visions. And, for the greater good, Lindsey was a casualty of Angel's war on Wolfram and Hart. To make an even finer statement on Lindsey's insignificance, Angel had Lorne kill him. Lorne was done, tired, and saddened by all he'd witnessed working with Angel, and agreed to do him one last favor. Lindsey was shocked that it was Lorne who killed him. He thought he'd die in a fight with Angel. Angel was busy fighting Hamilton. Connor arrived to help, but it was Angel who killed the "immortal" instrument of the Senior Partners. The series ended with Lorne and Eve's fate unknown, Wesley dead, and Gunn dying.

Lorne was played by the great Andy Hallett, who passed away very young in life, not long after the series ended. Christian Kane went on to star on "Leverage" and "The Librarians". The three incorrect choices are characters from "Criminal Minds", "Supernatural", and "Game of Thrones".
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