Angel: Season 2, Episode 5

Dear Boy (24 Oct. 2000)

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After spotting Darla walking around LA, Angel becomes convinced that his sire is alive. Wes and Cordy think that he's imagining things, but Angel is determined to find Darla and discover ... See full summary »

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After spotting Darla walking around LA, Angel becomes convinced that his sire is alive. Wes and Cordy think that he's imagining things, but Angel is determined to find Darla and discover what she's up to. Little does he know that Darla is working with Wolfram and Hart. Angel tracks her down, and quickly falls into their trap. Written by katierose295

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After singing at Caritas, Angel apologizes and one sees his hand turning the monitor of the karaoke machine off. When the camera shows him again from a distance, the monitor is on again. See more »

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[first lines]
Wesley Wyndam-Pryce: We made you some tea.
Angel: Oh. Great.
Cordelia Chase: It's on the table right there in front of you.
Angel: Table seems far.
Cordelia Chase: Oh, you must be all worn out from sleeping for the last three days. It's like living with the world's oldest teenager.
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Cordelia Chase: He can't be having a growth spurt at two hundred and forty eight, could he?
Angel: Two forty seven!
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God doesn't want you, but I still do
10 February 2007 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

God doesn't want you, but I still do - A flashback-filled episode with lots of 'Angelus' and 'Darla' and how they turned 'Drusilla', what I most love about the second season are the flashbacks, I wish the entire series would have had more of those, plus it was great to see Juliet Laundau as a human and how she got turned into a vampire. Meanwhile 'Angel' is being restless, he's tired all the time and getting off his game, until he sees 'Darla' at a fair who is just trying to drive him mad. I loved the scene when 'Angel' went sniffing on 'Cordy's hair - Pursonal BUBBLE!. When 'Angel' figured out that 'Darla' was human he realized that she was the one that was brought back in that box, only as a human. But everyone else just thought he'd gone crazy. I love Julie Benz' acting in this episode, especially during the last scene when 'Angel' brings her to that demon-church -The b!tch is you have a soul now. Pretty soon those memories are gonna start eating away at you. What a fabulous episode, you can already see that 'Angel' is starting to go dark. ANGEL: You're gonna feel it, you know. What you did, that man you got killed. DARLA: Please, He was an actor. ANGEL: I'm serious. DARLA: Yeah, like a heart attack, and just about as much fun. ANGEL: Darla, you hurt anyone else and I'll kill you. DARLA: Will you? Isn't that against your cub-scout code? ANGEL: I'll make an exception. (10 out of 10)


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