Angel - Season 3

Angel - Season 3

4.8 10

Cast: David Boreanaz, Charisma Carpenter, Alexis Denisof


The complete third season of the WB teen fantasy series Angel comes to this DVD boxed set from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. Contains all 22 episodes on six discs. Each episode is presented with a widescreen anamorphic transfer with Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo Sound in English, French, and Spanish. Executive producer Joss Whedon provides commentary for the…  See more details below


The complete third season of the WB teen fantasy series Angel comes to this DVD boxed set from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. Contains all 22 episodes on six discs. Each episode is presented with a widescreen anamorphic transfer with Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo Sound in English, French, and Spanish. Executive producer Joss Whedon provides commentary for the episode "Waiting in the Wings." Writers Tim Minear and Mere Smith provide commentary for the episode "Lullaby." Writers Tim Minear and Jeffrey Bell provide commentary for the episode "Billy." Additional audio commentary tracks are also offered for deleted scenes. Featurettes include "Darla: Deliver Us From Evil," "Page to Screen," and a season three overview with cast and crew interviews. Other special features include outtakes, deleted scenes, a still gallery, and screen tests for cast members Amy Acker and Vincent Kartheiser.

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Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Joss Whedon's wildly successful spin-off of Buffy the Vampire Slayer wasn't just good enough to attract and hold its own fan base; it developed a slew of engaging new characters and equaled Buffy in the complexity of story arcs and the depth of cast interrelationships. Angel's third season, which begins after the death of Buffy on her show, opens with Angel (David Boreanaz) returning to Los Angeles after a three-month mourning period. As ever, he's continually hoping to find peace but always managing to be confronted by demonic forces trying to wreak havoc on earth. His team of demon hunters -- which includes Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter), Fred (Amy Acker), and Wesley (Alexis Denisof) -- does battle regularly with the hordes of Hell, while Angel has the added burden of fatherhood. That's right, in this season his lover, Darla (Julie Benz), gives birth to their son, Connor, who eventually becomes a pawn in schemes concocted by Angel's unholy adversaries. (This is not far off from the function of Dawn, Buffy's younger sister, in the other series.) The individual episodes play out against a portentously menacing backdrop: A prophecy uncovered in the fabled Nyazian scrolls points to an impending apocalyptic conflict that could culminate in the end of time. The season's primary emissary of evil is Holtz, a seemingly invincible being conjured from past history by the demon Sahjhan. Boreanaz remains TV's most soulful vampire and is at the top of his game in these well-written episodes. Creator Whedon relinquishes more creative control with this group, but individual episodes -- including "Heartthrob," "Darla: Deliver Us from Evil," and the fan favorite "Waiting in the Wings" -- rank among the series' best. With its mythology and conflicts now firmly established, Angel finally spreads its wings in Season 3.

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[Wide Screen]
[Dolby Digital Surround]

Special Features

Closed Caption; All 22 season three episodes on six discs; Selected audio commentary by Joss Whedon, Tim Minear, Jeffrey Bell, and Mere Smith; Season three overview with all-new cast and crew interviews; "Darla: Deliver Us From Evil" and "Page to Screen" featurettes; Deleted scenes; Outtakes; Screen tests; Still gallery

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Scene Index

Side #1 -- Disc One
1. Peaceful Retreat
2. Main Titles
3. Welcome Home
4. You're Safe
5. Painful Vision
6. Deja Vu
7. R and R
8. For Love
9. To the Heart of It
10. The Informant
11. It's Over, Isn't It?
12. Here's the Bad News
13. Love and Death
14. Honor and Betrayal
15. End Credits
1. Adjustments
2. Violent Vision
3. Main Titles
4. Painful Reminders
5. Coin Operated
6. Don't Be Rash
7. Finding the Key
8. Telepathic Phone Call
9. Local vs. Long Distance
10. Your Mission
11. Don't Bother to Knock
12. Hello, My Name Is...
13. Trade Off
14. The Last Resort
15. End Credits
1. Sort of Sorry/Main Titles
2. Demon Down
3. Challenging Authority
4. Another Victim
5. Hunting the Hunters
6. A Fred in Need
7. Gunn's Burden
8. Defending Demons
9. A Wrong Song
10. Hostly Vision
11. A Haunting Taunt
12. Raising the Stakes
13. Triple Trouble
14. Making Her Point
15. Wesley's Warning/End Credits
1. Angel Admiration
2. Main Titles
3. Puppy Love
4. Real, Live Angel?
5. Body of Work
6. Meeting Mr. Marcus Roscoe
7. Uneven Exchange
8. Being Angel
9. Swingin' Senior
10. Hard on the Ticker
11. Forever Young
12. Family Reunion
13. Soul Exchange
14. Difficult Discussion
15. End Credits
Side #2 -- Disc Two
1. Dramatic Re-Enactment
2. Date With a Demon
3. Main Titles
4. The Burkles
5. Found and Lost
6. Plan of Action
7. Dr. Lorne
8. Checked Out
9. "I Have a Heart"
10. Bugged Out
11. Together Again
12. Fred's Fantasy
13. Saying Goodbye
14. Infestation
15. New Start/End Credits
1. Armed and Dangerous
2. Main Titles
3. Protecting Oneself
4. Billy's Back
5. Breaking and Entering
6. The Hand of a Killer
7. Two of a Kind
8. Taxi Cab Confession
9. Inappropriate Behavior
10. Major Changes
11. Night of the Hunter
12. Helpless?
13. Touch of Evil
14. Apology for Past Wrongs
15. End Credits
1. Til Death Do Us Part
2. Main Titles
3. Sparring Partner
4. Not So Cat-Like Burglars
5. Moira
6. The New Math
7. I Love You
8. Hello, Daddy
9. Go-To Guy
10. Woman to Vamp Talk
11. Assuming Responsibility
12. Youthful Cravings
13. Father Knows Best
14. Labor Pains
15. Doomsday/End Credits
1. Family Matters
2. Main Titles
3. Time Warp
4. Evil or Not
5. Taking Sides
6. Evil Unites
7. How Could This Happen?
8. Offer of Revenge
9. Interrogation
10. Miracle Child
11. Assistance
12. House Call
13. Vamp vs. Vamp
14. What Now
15. We Meet Again/End Credits
Side #3 -- Disc Three
1. While You Were Sleeping
2. Main Titles
3. Holtz History
4. Where's Darla?
5. Partner in Crime
6. Better Late Than Never
7. Soul Searching
8. What Can I Offer?
9. Safe Haven
10. Whatever We Have to Do
11. Broke Contract-or
12. Few Answers
13. Born of Fire
14. "No Mercy"
15. End Credits
1. Newborn
2. Main Titles
3. Single Dad
5. Building Up Defenses
6. Ooo, Baby, Baby
7. A Little Assistance, Please
8. Know Thy Enemy
9. Just Ask
10. Runaway
11. Hands to the Sky
12. Father-Son Roadtrip
13. Godfather
14. Healthy Baby
15. End Credits
1. Surprises
2. Main Titles
3. Out of Body
4. Ghost With the Most
5. Attempt at Contact
6. Message in an Angel
7. Gone Astral
8. Power of the Vision
9. Fate Play-By-Play
10. The Cordy Show
11. Hotel Hunch
12. Conjuring Up Old Times
13. Life, Death or Demon
14. On the Up and Up
15. End Credits
Side #4 -- Disc Four
1. Angel Investigations on Call
2. Main Titles
3. Commitment
4. Busy Day
5. "It's Not About Money"
6. More Like You
7. My Boyfriend's Back
8. Puzzling
9. Keepers of the Treasure
10. Host With the Most
11. Bang for Your Buck
12. Beg and Plead
13. Pro Bono Work
14. More Important Than Money
15. End Credits
1. Steppin' Out
2. Main Titles
3. Something New
4. A Magical Evening
5. Cultural Experience
6. Warm Energy
7. Play the Scene
8. Passionate Performance
9. Ravenous Lovers
10. Happy-Sad Henchmen
11. One Last Kiss
12. Find the Way Out
13. Reverence
14. Found Love
15. End Credits
1. I'm OK
2. My Groosalugg
3. Main Titles
4. Visions
5. Breakfast Date
6. Team of Champions
7. Night and Day
8. Pairing Off
9. Work or Pleasure
10. Personal Errand
11. Enchantments
12. Arbor Day
13. Take Care of Her
14. Being Brave
15. End Credits
1. Nightmare
2. Main Titles
3. Doctor Visit
4. Future Champion
5. A Mother's Plea
6. Sahjhan
7. "I Want It All"
8. Carousel of Doom
9. Playing With Your Food
10. A New Understanding
11. Found Out
12. Honorable Intentions
13. "I'd Choose You"
14. Tremor, Fire, Blood
15. End Credits
Side #5 -- Disc Five
1. Sing a Song of Demons
2. Main Titles
3. Band of Bad Guys
4. Monster Mash
5. The Inevitable
6. Volatile Cocktail
7. You're Wrong
8. Game Face
9. Confrontations
10. Not Here for Tea
11. Unauthorized Outing
12. Betrayed
13. Debriefing
14. Fate
15. End Credits
1. Where Is He?
2. Main Titles
3. The Facts
4. No Leads
5. Poking and Prodding
6. Uncooperative
7. The White Room
8. Dear Diary
9. Conjuring Sahjhan
10. Missing
11. Information Please
12. Home Invasion
13. Searching for Wesley
14. Forgive but Not Forget
15. End Credits
1. Catching Up
2. Main Titles
3. Squatter's Rights
4. Tough Love
5. "Definitely Not a Leprechaun"
6. Let's Make a Deal
7. Take Some Time
8. Dealing With Loss
9. A Life in a Day
10. Forgive Us Our Debts
11. No More Losses
12. Double Down
13. Luck Be a Lady
14. The Healing Process
15. End Credits
1. Back to Business
2. Main Titles
3. Venting
4. Just Can't Get Enough
5. Without Wes
6. "It's Your Fault"
7. Angel Exterminators
8. Good News/Bad News
9. Glow Worm
10. Infiltrated
11. Playing the Trump Card
12. Live, Drink and Be Merry
13. Powerful Stuff
14. The Destroyer
15. End Credits
Side #6 -- Disc Six
1. Connor?
2. Main Titles
3. Growing Pains
4. The Benefits
5. Hot on the Trail
6. To the Rescue
7. Honest Emotions
8. New Experiences
9. Parents
10. Evil Things
11. Tough Love
12. Questions and Answers
13. Let's End It
14. "You're Not Alone"
15. End Credits
1. Father and Son
2. Main Titles
3. Much to Learn
4. Paranormal Geiger Counter
5. Subtext
6. Hot Trail
7. Demonic Dance Party
8. Getting Reacquainted
9. Hard to Understand
10. Die, Demon, Die
11. Spiritual Colonic
12. "I Need Your Help"
13. The Best Revenge
14. A Father's Love
15. End Credits
1. The Way It Seems
2. Main Titles
3. Make Up for Lost Time
4. Proper Burial
5. Welcome Home
6. Like Father, Like Son
7. Love 'Em and Leave 'Em
8. Air Assault
9. Let's Talk
10. Sleeping With the Enemy
11. Rendezvous
12. Higher Power
13. It's Time
14. Heaven and Hell
15. End Credits

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Angel - Season 3 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Season three of Angel is my personal favorite season of this popular show. Good eps are Carpe Noctem, That Vision Thing, Birthday, Waiting in the Wings, and Tommorrow. In this season, Angel admits to himself that he's in love with Cordelia (Birthday) and the beautiful episode that was Waiting in the Wings. Groo also makes a comeback, completing the love triangle that Joss Whedon nursed for the second half of the season. This is also the season of Connor, leading from his birth to his abduction and Wesley's betrayal, to his return when he makes a betrayal of his own. A lot of angst, it sets up the storyline that leads into season four, Cordy's last season (**cry**) but overall, a GREAT buy!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love Angel!! I can't wait till the 3rd season comes out!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a great season! Finally, Angel and Cordelia admit their feelings to each other!!! What a awful shame she did not return for season 5!!! I don't even watch the show anymore because of that! She has the best comic relief on the show!!! Miss you Charisma!!! Please come back!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
the season of connor is here! I didn't like how angel fell in love with cordy but they were so cute togeather when it came to raising connor.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This season allowed the actors to really show their talent. There is some really good acting in this season. The writers also took greater risks (that worked well).
Guest More than 1 year ago
I can't wait untill season 4 and 5 come out
Guest More than 1 year ago
The first half of Season 3 continues the brilliance of Season 2--the integration of Fred into the crew, and Andy Hallet's Lorne becomes a larger and larger presence within The Fang Gang. The bringing-forward of Keith Szarabajka's Daniel Holtz (who had made a couple of appearances in Season 2) gives Angel the first true season-long enemy he's had in the series. When Laurel Holloman joins Szarabajka as his fellow vampire hunter Justine...there's almost a Spike/Drusilla feel to them. The first part of Season 3 is highlighted by Julie Benz' return as a very pregnant--and very angry--Darla. Darla's sacrifice in 'Lullaby' becomes the first stepping stone for the rest of Season 3--the introduction of Connor, Wes' subsequent betrayal of Angel, Cordy having to decide between Groo and Angel, Connor's return from the hell dimension and his betrayal of Angel at the end of the season. Of course, all this also leads into Season 4, but that'll get dissected elsewhere. Season 3 lost the series' mojo, to a certain extent. Part of it might have been a feeling in the storyline that the crew couldn't get a win. But the storyline came from Joss Whedon, and I've always wondered if the lack of focus that began to plague the continuity came from Whedon's obsession with making 'Firefly' a success. Why get this set? Boreanaz as Angel, adjusting to fatherhood and falling for Cordelia. Charisma Carpenter as Cordy--suddenly realizing she has feelings for Angel, but also torn when Groo comes over from Pylea. Amy Acker's Fred--and her overexplanations. Szarabajka and Holloman, plotting intricate torture on Angel. Vincent Kartheiser's angry, feral Connor. Stephanie Romanov's Lilah Morgan--proving evil can really have great legs.
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