|"Double or Nothing"|
Season 3, Episode 18
|Airdate||April 22nd, 2002|
|Writer||David H. Goodman|
|Producer||Jeffrey Bell; Gail Berman; Sandy Gallin; David Greenwalt; Fran Rubel Kuzui; Kaz Kuzui; Kelly A. Manners; Tim Minear; Marti Noxon; Skip Schoolnik; Joss Whedon|
|Starring||David Boreanaz; Charisma Carpenter; Alexis Denisof; J. August Richards; Amy Acker|
"Double or Nothing" is the eighteenth episode of season three of the vampire action series Angel and the sixty-third episode of the series overall. It was directed by David Grossman with a teleplay written by David H. Goodman. It first aired on the WB Network on April 22nd, 2002.
Principal Cast Edit
|Charisma Carpenter||Cordelia Chase|
|Alexis Denisof||Wesley Wyndam-Pryce|
|J. August Richards||Charles Gunn|
|Amy Acker||Winifred "Fred" Burkle|
Guest Starring Edit
|Mark Lutz||The Groosalugg|
|Jason Carter||Repo demon|
|Patrick St. Esprit||Jenoff|
|John David Conti||Male elderly demon|
|Patricia Bethune||Female elderly demon|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is included on disc five of the Angel: Season Three DVD collection, which was released in Region 1 format by 20th Century Fox on February 10th, 2004. It is also available on the Angel: The Complete Series DVD collection, which was released on October 30th, 2007.
- Production code number: 3ADH18.
- This is the fourth and final episode of Angel directed by David Grossman. He previously directed "Billy".
- This is the second episode of Angel written by David H. Goodman. He writes two episodes of the series in total. He previously wrote episode 3x10, "Dad".
- Actor Nigel Gibbs is credited as Nigel D. Gibbs in this episode.
- This is the fifth appearance of the Groosalugg.
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