|Air date||April 15th, 2002|
|Producers||Skip Schoolnik; Jeffrey Bell; Marti Noxon; Sandy Gallin; Gail Berman; Fran Rubel Kuzui; Kaz Kuzui; Kelly A. Manners; Tim Minear; Joss Whedon; David Greenwalt;|
|Starring||David Boreanaz; Charisma Carpenter; Alexis Denisof; J. August Richards; Amy Acker|
"Double or Nothing"
"Forgiving" is the seventeenth episode of season three of the supernatural action series Angel and the sixty-second episode of the series overall. It was directed by Turi Meyer with a script written by Jeffrey Bell. It first aired on the WB Network on April 15th, 2002. In addition to the main cast, this episode also includes guest appearances by Andy Hallett as Lorne, Laurel Holloman as Justine Cooper, Stephanie Romanov as Lilah Morgan, Jack Conley as Sahjhan and John Rubinstein as Linwood Murrow.
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Principal Cast[edit | edit source]
Note: Listings marked with a (†) symbol indicate cast members who are credited in this episode, but their character does not make an appearance.
|Charisma Carpenter||Cordelia Chase †|
|Alexis Denisof||Wesley Wyndam-Pryce|
|J. August Richards||Charles Gunn|
|Amy Acker||Winifred "Fred" Burkle|
Guest Starring[edit | edit source]
|John Rubinstein||Linwood Murrow|
|Laurel Holloman||Justine Cooper|
|Stephanie Romanov||Lilah Morgan|
Co-Starring[edit | edit source]
|Sean Mahon||Truck driver|
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