Angel: She was a really, really pretty girl. No she, she was a hottie girl. She, she had - I mean - her hair was... You know? -- You kind of remind me of her. Because, because - you know - the hair. I mean - the hair. I mean - the hair.
* He looks over at the guy next to him who is bald *
Doyle: I like this place. I mean it's not much with the view, but it has a nice bat-cave sort of an air to it.
Doyle: I've been sent. By the Powers That Be.
Angel: The powers that be what?
Doyle: It's not all about the fighting and gadgets and stuff. It's about reaching out to people, showing them that there's love and hope still left in the world.
* A Homeless lady comes up and asks him for some change *
Doyle: Get a job, you lazy sow. It's about letting them into your heart. It's not about saving lives; it's about saving souls. Hey, possibly your own in the process.
Doyle: We all got something to atone for.
Angel: Why would a woman I've never met even talk to me?
Doyle: Have you looked into a mirror lately? No, I guess you really haven't, no.
Angel: I'm not good with people.
Doyle: Well that's the whole point of this little exercise, isn't it? Are you game?
Tina: They why were you watching me?
Angel: Because you looked lonely. And I figured that we have something in common.
Angel: Where's home.
Tina: Missoula, Montana. You've been to Missoula?
Angel: During the depression. - Ah, my depression. I-I was depressed there. It's pretty country though.
Oliver: You are a beautiful, beautiful man.
Cordelia: So are you still - grrr?
Angel: Yeah, there's not actually - a cure for that.
Cordelia: Right. But you're not evil, I mean your not here to bite people?
Angel: No, I'm here with a friend.
Cordelia: Oh, good. Well, it was nice seeing you, but I've got to get mingly. I really should be talking to people that are somebody.
Angel: It's nice that's she's grown as a person.
Angel: Do you take milk and sugar?
Angel: Because I don't have those things. I don't get a lot of visitors.
Tina: At least not ones you like.
Angel: I have relationship issues, too.
Angel: Doyle, I don't want to share my feelings, I don't want to open up. I want to find Russell and I want to look him in the eye.
Doyle: Then what?
Angel: Then I'm going to share my feelings.
Stacy: You get in his way, he'll kill you. He'll kill everyone you care about.
Angel: There is nobody left that I care about.
Cordelia: I am somebody. I matter. People will be drawn to my positive energy and help me to achieve my goals. I am right where I am supposed to be... and not dying for something to eat!
Doyle: Wow, you're really going to war here. I guess you - ah - you've seen a few in your time, yeah?
Angel: 14, not including Vietnam. They never declared it.
Cordelia: Wow, what a nice place. I love your curtains. Not afraid to emphasize the curtains.
Cordelia: I finally get invited to a nice place - with no mirrors, - and lots of curtains... hey, you're a vampire!
Russell: What? No, I'm not.
Cordelia: Are too!
Russell: I don't know what you're talking about.
Cordelia: Hey, I'm from Sunnydale. We had our own Hellmouth! I think I know a vampire when I'm - alone with him... in his fortress-like home.
Cordelia: You don't know who he is, do you? Oh, boy! You are about to get your ass kicked!
Cordelia: Finally! I thought I was going to faint while barfing!
Angel: Can you fly?... Hmm. I guess not.
Doyle: What happened to Russell?
Angel: He went into the light.
Cordelia: Ah! Look over there! A cockroach! In the corner. I think it's a bantam weight!
Cordelia: Of course this is just temporary - until my inevitable stardom takes affect.
Doyle: You've made a good choice. She'll provide a connection to the world. She's got a very - humanizing influence.
Angel: You think she's a hottie.
Doyle: Yeah, she's a stiffener alright, I can't lie about that. But, you know, she could use a hand.
Doyle: You know there's a lot of people in this city that need helping.
Angel: Hmm. So I noticed.
Doyle: You game?
Angel: I'm game.