Angel (1999–2004)
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Cordelia awakens from her magically induced coma and returns to help Angel fight an old enemy who has reappeared even more powerful than ever.

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Cordelia awakens from her magically induced coma and returns to help Angel fight an old enemy who has reappeared even more powerful than ever.

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4 February 2004 (USA)  »

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When Lindsey fights Angel and pulls out his knife, he opens it as if it's a butterfly knife. It's shown as a front opening Buck knife right afterwards. See more »

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Spike was seen playing the original Xbox in the room that Lindsay gave to him. It's inferred that he is playing Donkey Kong, however Donkey Kong was never released for the original Xbox. See more »

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Angel: Can we have a word with you, Eve?
Eve: Now's really not a good ti...
Cordelia: Let's go, Lilah Junior.
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Features Donkey Kong (1981) See more »

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Cordelia Grows Beyond Expectation
8 March 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This story showed Cordelia's growth from the self centered character on Buffy (and the first episode of Angel) to the person she ended up as in this episode. Her character is hardly recognizable and very different from Cordelia at the start of Angel, except she is played by the same actress, Charisma Carpenter.

The truth about her emerges throughout this story that deep inside of the often shallow, selfish girl was a very brave hero with her heart and mind on the perfect track. The plot of this episode indicates, she was so much on track that she was allowed to come back out of a coma to steer Angel back on the right track.

One could feel, when you watched her, that the character of Cordelia always had something wonderful inside of her. She was my favorite character. I just glad they wrote this last script showing who she really is.


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