While Lindsey carries out his plan, Angel starts to loose faith in his mission. Cordelia awakes from her coma to put him back on track.
David Boreanaz ... Angel
James Marsters ... Spike
J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn
Amy Acker ... Winifred "Fred" Burkle
Andy Hallett ... Lorne
Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce
Special Guest Stars
Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase
Christian Kane ... Lindsey McDonald
Sarah Thompson ... Eve
Mercedes McNab .... Harmony Kendall
Ryan Alvarez ... Demon Slave
T.J. Thyne ... Lawyer
Mark Colson ... Izzy
February 4, 2004
Did you know that?
- You're Welcome is the 100th Angel episode with special appearance by Charisma Carpenter. Sadly her only one during season five and last appearance on Angel.
- David still have a hard time moving around after his recent knee surgery, which doesn't show at all on screen. Not even on Angel and Lindsey's big fight scene.
- There was a scene cut just after Angel learned that Cordelia has awaken(?). It was a driving scene with Angel and Wesley on their way to the hosptal. They were concerned about her, didn't want to worry about what's going on. They assumed that after being in a coma for nine months "She's probably a near-vegetable". The scene was actualy never shot.
- David Fury was delighted to work again with Charisma. Last time was back in Buffy.
- First scene with the dead nuns was shot on
the very same set used for Spike's appartment.
- David Fury recalls that honoring Glenn Quinn's memory in this episode was Joss' idea.
- When Joss asked Christian
Kane to come back on Angel, Christian was shooting Taxi in New York.
- A year prior to this episode Christian Kane had a lot of sword training while shooting Secondhand Lions. Once the writters knew about this new skill, they decided to incorporate it. This was the inspiration behind the final sword scene between Lindsey and Angel.
T.J. Thyne who co-starred on this episode
plays Dr. Hodgins on David's new show Bones.
Angel 100th Episode Celebration photos Credit: © The WB / Justin Lubin.
ANGEL: Been a long while since I've seen that.
CORDELIA: The first soldier down.
CORDELIA: Doyle Pissed me off so righteously going out like that, but he knew. He knew what he had to do. Didn't compromise. Used his last breath to make sure you'd keep fighting. I get that now.
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