Peace Out
Episode 21 of 22 within Season Four. Item 87 of 110 overall.
Production number 4ADH21.
David Fury - Writer
Jefferson Kibbee - Director
8.60
241 votes

Angel goes on a mission to find proof that Connor wasn't a vessel designed to bring the evil Jasmine into the world and also to find out how to destory her.

Meanwhile, Connor goes in search of the missing Cordelia.

original airdate--April 30,2003  rating--2.6/4.0 million

network: WB

music--Theme Song: "Angel Main Theme" by Darling Violetta

  1. "Home" by Robert Kral
  2. "Something's Coming" from West Side Story 

 

Body Count:

  • High Priest,Impaled by Keeper of the Word @Temple
  • Keeper of the Word,Decapitated by Angel @Temple
  • Jasmine,Skull Crushed by Connor in the Street

Happenings:

  • Big Bad: The demons that appeared at the end of the previous episode were a "trial run" that Jasmine "helped along" several millennia prior to her coming on Earth. Her spell was broken by Angel and the decapitated head of the keeper.
  • The Powers That Be: Jasmine refers to herself as "a power that was." Whether or not she was a sanctioned higher being that was sent to the earthly realm in order to bring world peace is not known.

Characters:

  1. Connor: It turns out that Connor wasn't immune to the cure to Jasmine's spell because he always saw her true face. Because he was raised in a hell dimension, appearance doesn't mean much to him. Also, he's easily manipulated and Jasmine was technically his daughter.
  2. Lilah: Despite being killed by Cordelia in a previous episode, Lilah has returned from the afterlife to antagonize Angel a little more.

 

For over a century, the vampire, Angelus, blazed a swath of murder and mayhem across Europe, until a gypsy curse restored his soul. His guilt and remorse eventually led him to Los Angeles where he battles evil and helps the helpless in his neverending quest for redemption.

related items

Previous episode :
086 Sacrifice
Next episode :
088 Home (season finale)

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