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"Life of the Party"
Angel episode
Episode no. Season 5
Episode 05
Written by Ben Edlund
Directed by Bill L. Norton
Production no. 5ADH05
Original airdate October 29, 2003
Guest stars

Sarah Thompson
   (Eve)
Mercedes McNab
   (Harmony)
Leland Crooke
   (Sebassis)
Jonathan M. Woodward
   (Knox)

Episode chronology
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"Hell Bound" "The Cautionary Tale of Numero Cinco"
List of Angel episodes

"Life of the Party" is episode 05 of season 5 in the television show Angel.

Contents

Plot synopsis

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Summary

As Halloween approaches, Lorne throws a Halloween party for all the firm’s clients and employees and even gets a reluctant Angel to invite a powerful demon lord, named Archduke Sebassis, to the party. During the gathering, Lorne's timely advice to his friends starts happening literally, leading to Fred and Wesley getting drunk after Lorne tells them to loosen up, Gunn to embarrassingly relieve himself to "stake out his territory", Angel and Eve to have sex, and even Spike and the dim-witted Harmony to have fun on the dance floor. The events lead to only more trouble when Lorne's empathic subconscious begins manifesting itself in a hulking demon (resembling a larger Lorne on steroids). The demon appeared as a result of Lorne's sleep deprivation after Lorne had Wolfram and Hart remove his sleep: an empath with long-term sleeplessness can write people's destinies instead of just reading them, and the empath's subconscious can physically manifest. The episode also reveals that Lorne is proud of his organizational skills, as he feels most of his other talents simply do not match up to what his friends can do.

The larger Lorne causes much violence before the gang restores Lorne's sleep, thus neutralizing the monster. The chaos and destruction has a positive side: the rank and file of Wolfram and Hart express the opinion that it greatly improved the party.

Acting

Main cast

Guest stars

Co-stars

  • Michael Maize as Artode
  • Jim Blanchette as Devlin
  • T.J. Thyne as Employee #1
  • Ryan Alvarez as Demon Slave

Production

Music

  • Thelma Houston - "Don't Leave Me This Way"
  • Various dance music is heard at the party.

Translations

  • Italian title: "Lo spirito della festa" ("The Life Of The Party", literally "The Spirit Of The Party")

External links

See also


"Life of the Party"
Angel episode
Episode no. Season 5
Episode 5
Directed by Bill L. Norton
Written by Ben Edlund
Production code 5ADH05
Original air date October 29, 2003
Guest stars
Episode chronology

← Previous
"Hell Bound"
Next →
"The Cautionary Tale of Numero Cinco"
List of Angel episodes

"Life of the Party" is episode 5 of season 5 in the television show Angel.

Contents

Plot synopsis

Summary

As Halloween approaches, Lorne throws a Halloween party for all the firm’s clients and employees and even gets a reluctant Angel to invite a powerful demon lord, named Archduke Sebassis, to the party. During the gathering, Lorne's timely advice to his friends starts happening literally, leading to Fred and Wesley getting drunk after Lorne tells them to loosen up, Gunn to embarrassingly relieve himself to "stake out his territory", Angel and Eve to have sex, and even Spike and the dim-witted Harmony to have fun on the dance floor. The events lead to only more trouble when Lorne's empathic subconscious begins manifesting itself in a hulking demon (resembling a larger Lorne on steroids). The demon appeared as a result of Lorne's sleep deprivation after Lorne had Wolfram and Hart remove his sleep: an empath with long-term sleeplessness can write people's destinies instead of just reading them, and the empath's subconscious can physically manifest. The episode also reveals that Lorne is proud of his organizational skills, as he feels most of his other talents simply do not match up to what his friends can do.

The larger Lorne causes much violence before the gang restores Lorne's sleep, thus neutralizing the monster. The chaos and destruction has a positive side: the rank and file of Wolfram and Hart express the opinion that it greatly improved the party.

Acting

Main cast

Guest stars

Co-stars

  • Michael Maize as Artode
  • Jim Blanchette as Devlin
  • T.J. Thyne as Employee #1
  • Ryan Alvarez as Demon Slave

Production

Music

  • Thelma Houston - "Don't Leave Me This Way"
  • Various dance music is heard at the party.

Translations

  • Italian title: "Lo spirito della festa" ("The Life Of The Party", literally "The Spirit Of The Party")

External links


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