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"Guise Will Be Guise" is the sixth episode of season two of the supernatural drama series Angel, and the twenty-eighth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Krishna Rao with a script written by Jane Espenson. It first aired on the WB Network on Tuesday, November 7th, 2000.

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Notes & Trivia Edit

  • This episode is production code number 2ADH06.
  • This is the first appearance of Virginia Bryce.

Quotes Edit

  • Lorne: You don't have to sing. A break for you, a break for me, and a break for Mr. Manilow.

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  • Cordelia Chase: Look!
  • Angel: Virginia Bryce, squired by Mister Wesley Wyndam-Pryce, private detective and bodyguard to the stars... "Squired"? Who says "squired"?
  • Cordelia Chase: Look at him all over her!
  • Angel: Cordelia, you're just jealous that he's getting some attention.
  • Cordelia Chase: Damn skippy! He's getting famous off this! Reflected glory? That's my thing!
  • Angel: Get a little perspective. "Bodyguard to the stars." Yeah right. There's no "Wyndam-Price Agency!

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  • Cordelia Chase: And this whole "I'm Angel" thing is a very, very bad idea. I mean, if I thought that would work, I could've been Angel, because, guess what? Pretty much a girly name.

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  • Cordelia Chase: What are you doing?
  • Wesley Wyndam-Pryce: Oh, knocking things over, driving away business… You know, the usual.
  • Cordelia Chase: Well, I found him and we have to stop him before it's too late. We have to change our… Do you have any clothes a man would wear?

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