Angel (1999–2004)
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As Fred and Gunn search for Angel, Wesley continues his affair with Lilah and conducts his own, more fruitful search.

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Season four begins with Angel stuck at the bottom of the sea. Fred and Gunn search for him, unaware that Connor is the one behind his disappearance. Cordy is now a Higher Power and no one is sure where she went either. It's Wes who begins to piece together what happened to his estranged friends and comes up with a plan to save Angel. Written by katierose295

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The opening dinner scene is reminiscent of Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Body. See more »

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The blade that comes from behind Linwood's chair and decapitates him has a large oval cut out of the middle so that it will completely miss the neck. See more »

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Lilah Morgan: Maybe you can lead them in a rousing chant and get them to muster up a little more vague.
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References All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) See more »

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Great start to season 4
24 June 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Great start to one of the best Angel seasons. As usual, you never quite know where the plot is going, you can never be sure about what will come through the door,wall or Cordellia. The only thing for sure will be the quality of the writing,acting and the production values. The problem with Angel, and Buffy is the viewer continuity, I mean to get the best out of the show, you need to get used to the traits of the characters, (there's no joke, like an in-joke). Sure you can enjoy the program without watching it every week, but it is addictive, and here it's rewarding to be an addict. This episode almost has the inevitable Angel resurrection.Wesley is almost back in the fold, until Angel, mistaking him for connor, tries to strangle him again. More Tazar action again, this time Fred on Connor, which is Great. The best is near the end, with Angel's final speech to Connor,(Stunning)


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