Angel: Season 4, Episode 21

Peace Out (30 Apr. 2003)

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Angel arrives in Jasmine's old dimension, looking for a way to break her spell. Back on Earth, Team Angel is locked up in the Hyperion as Jasmine prepares to brainwash the world through a ... See full summary »

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Angel arrives in Jasmine's old dimension, looking for a way to break her spell. Back on Earth, Team Angel is locked up in the Hyperion as Jasmine prepares to brainwash the world through a global media event. Conner goes searching for Cordelia. Written by katierose295

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The local reporter, Tracey, states that she is from station KTLA and cuts to "Hal" in the studio. KTLA is the Los Angeles affiliate of The WB, the American television network which ran "Angel," and Hal Fishman has been their evening news anchor for decades. See more »

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I know she's a lie. Jasmine. My whole life's been built on them. I just, I guess I thought this one was better than the others
29 September 2007 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

I know she's a lie. Jasmine. My whole life's been built on them. I just, I guess I thought this one was better than the others - A fabulous closure to the 'Jasmine'-arc. I really think the Jasmine-arc got better each episode, making this one an absolute favorite. 'Jasmine' is planning on going worldwide and 'enslaving' the entire world, while 'Angel' goes to another dimension where he can find her name and take her powers away. What really impressed me this episode was the excellent dialog, my favorite scene was probably 'Connor' in church confessing everything to Comatosed-Cordy, telling her that he has known about 'Jasmine' all along and that he went with the flow and tried to believe, even if it didn't work for him. My second favorite scene was the 'Angel' vs 'Jasmine' scene, cars flying around, Maggot-heads getting electrocuted and the kissage. I remember being shocked when 'Connor' put his fist through 'Jasmine's head, shocked and pleased. I don't think anyone other than Connor had the right to kill Jazzy, I liked her but she screw up the poor kid more than he already was. I also loved the ending obviously, with 'Lilah' making her last appearance. Awesome episode, great build up for the next episode. JASMINE: Why do you hate me so much? ANGEL: Let's run down the list, huh? Rain of fire, blotting out the sun, enslaving mankind, and, yeah, oh, yeah, hey, you eat people! JASMINE: Like you never have? ANGEL: Thousands of people are dead because of what you've done. JASMINE: And how many will die because of you? I could've stopped it, Angel. All of it. War, disease, poverty. How many precious, beautiful lives would've been saved in a handful of years? Yes, I murdered thousands to save billions. This world is doomed to drown in its own blood now. ANGEL: The price was too high, Jasmine. Our fate has to be our own, or we're nothing. (10 out of 10)


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