| The subject of this article is non-canonical.|
While created as part of licensed material, it has not been confirmed as part of the "real" Buffyverse continuity.
|Angel Comic Issue|
|Strange Bedfellows, Part One|
|Publication date||August 9, 2000|
|Published by||Dark Horse Comics|
|Written by|| Christopher Golden|
Beneath the Surface, Part Two
Strange Bedfellows, Part Two
"Strange Bedfellows, Part One" was the tenth issue of the Angel comic book series.
How could anyone be lonely in a city as big as Los Angeles? In part one of "Love for Sale," a California congressman was murdered and robbed by a lady of the evening, which was front-page sleaze and scandal just the way the media liked it, but with one frightening twist: Cordelia had a vision about the congressman just before he died—and the prostitute who killed him wasn't human! It was time to track down the inhuman assassin and take care of business.
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- “I have a better plan. In this one, I kill you all, and then I don't have to listen to you bicker.”
- “Yeah, kill me! You can do it! Or maybe you can't.”
- “Wait, did he just call me fleshy? Fleshy?? I spend twenty hours a week at the gym, and I'm fleshy?? Kill him.”