Angel: Reunion (2000)

Genres - Fantasy  |   Sub-Genres - Prime-Time Drama [TV]  |   Run Time - 60 min.  |   Countries - USA  |  
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Immediately after the events of "The Trial," Angel (David Boreanaz) flies into action in an effort to stake the corpse of Darla (Julie Benz) before she rises again as a vampire. Ace detective work on the part of his crew helps him locate Darla in a rooftop greenhouse, where the mad Drusilla (Juliet Landau) is looking forward to "giving birth" to her "grandmother." (Darla, of course, sired Angel, who sired Drusilla, who is now siring the resurrected Darla.) As Angel and Dru slug it out, Darla rises from the dirt and joins the melee; now once again a soulless vampire, she clearly isn't on Angel's side. Eventually, she and Dru both escape and reunite at the offices of Wolfram & Hart. When Angel, too, shows up there, executive evil-doer Holland Manners (Sam Anderson) has Detective Kate Lockley (Elisabeth Rohm) arrest him. Darla and Dru go on a killing spree, so Kate frees Angel in order to halt them. The gleeful bloodsuckers show up at a party at Holland's house, turning on the man who brought them together. Angel arrives on the scene, but rather than save the room full of lawyers, he locks them in with the vampire vixens. When Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter), Wesley (Alexis Denisof), and Gunn (J. August Richards) denounce Angel's actions, he promptly and tersely fires all three. Originally broadcast December 19, 2000, on the WB network, "Reunion" marked season two, episode ten of the supernatural comedy drama.

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