|Air date||October 13th, 2002|
|Producers||Skip Schoolnik; Steven S. DeKnight; David Fury; David Greenwalt; Tim Minear; Jeffrey Bell; Sandy Gallin; Gail Berman; Fran Rubel Kuzui; Kaz Kuzui; Kelly A. Manners; Joss Whedon|
|Starring||David Boreanaz; Charisma Carpenter; J. August Richards; Amy Acker; Vincent Kartheiser; Alexis Denisof|
"The House Always Wins"
"Ground State" is the second episode of season four of the supernatural action TV series Angel and the sixty-ninth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Michael Grossman with a script written by Mere Smith. It first aired on the WB Network on Wednesday, October 13th, 2002.
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
Cast[edit | edit source]
Principal Cast[edit | edit source]
|Charisma Carpenter||Cordelia Chase|
|J. August Richards||Charles Gunn|
|Amy Acker||Winifred "Fred" Burkle|
|Alexis Denisof||Wesley Wyndam-Pryce|
Guest Stars[edit | edit source]
|Stephanie Romanov||Lilah Morgan|
|Alexa Davalos||Gwen Raiden|
Co-Stars[edit | edit source]
|Belinda Waymouth||Lydia Thorpe|
|Heidi Fecht||Mrs. Raiden|
|Michael Medico||Mister Raiden|
|Jessica M. Kiper||Nick|
|Easton Gage||Young boy|
|Megan Corletto||Young Gwen|
Crew[edit | edit source]
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- This episode is production code number 4ADH02.
- This episode is included on disc one of the Angel: Season Four DVD collection by 20th Century Fox. It is also included on disc nineteen of the Angel: The Complete Series boxset collection.
- This is the third episode of Angel directed by Michael Grossman. He directs four episodes of the series in total. He previously directed by "Birthday". His next episode is "Players".
- This is the eighth episode of Angel written by Mere Smith. She writes eleven episodes of the series in total. As a writer, she previously worked on "Loyalty". Her next episode is "Long Day's Journey".
- Lydia Thorpe is identified only as Mrs. Thorpe in the end-title credit sequence to this episode.
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Quotes[edit | edit source]
- Angel: Who are you?
- Gwen Raiden: Who are you?
- Angel: I asked you first.
- Gwen Raiden: What are you seven?
- Gwen Raiden: You're really going to use that Axis thing to find her, aren't you? Figures. Anyone that bad at stealing stuff's gotta be doing it for love. Bummer.
- Angel: Tell me you're not here for the Axis.
- Gwen Raiden: I'm not here for the Axis.
- Angel: You're lying.
- Gwen Raiden: I'm fibbing. It's lying, only classier.
- Wesley Wyndam-Pryce: Just beware: Dinza isn't remotely trustworthy.
- Angel: What should I do then? Send her a gift? A sacrifice? Unholy fruit basket?
- Angel: So, you're a freak. Boo-hoo. So what?
- Gwen Raiden: Excuse me?
- Angel: I think you've already figured out I'm not the poster boy for normal. Sometimes, you gotta let go. [hits Elliot]
- Gwen Raiden: Hey. I wanted to do that.
- Angel: You were gonna fry him.
- Gwen Raiden: Was not.
- Angel: Don't fib.
- Gwen Raiden: Fine. Did you at least break his nose?
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