Angel: Season 5, Episode 12

You're Welcome (4 Feb. 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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Wesley Wyndam-Pryce: Sprinkle ingredients with the arterial blood of an unclean... a demon.
Lorne the Host: Heh, we're unclean. Like you're april-fres...
[Suddenly pauses, looking concerned]
Lorne the Host: You sure that thing said arterial blood?
Wesley Wyndam-Pryce: Sorry.
Lorne the Host: Why don't they ever need the urine of an unclean. I've got plenty of unclean urine.
[Lorne laughs weakly while Gunn pulls out a knife]
Lorne the Host: Look, uh, I think I'm making some right now.
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I'm going to miss her
23 March 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I mean, I knew she came back for one episode only in Season 5. I really want to know everything that happened offset with Charisma, but as it is, it was all handled very well. I felt like I hadn't seen Cordelia since those first few scenes she had in the early episodes of Season 4, since when she was back with the gang none of it was her. So sad because I was reminded of how much I missed her, Carpenter had never been better than in this episode, but part of that seems to be because of her actual emotions running through it.

Question- At this point, did they know this would be the last season? It's a good thing they wrapped it up instead of the show ending and her still in a comma. At the same time, I feel like if they had known she would've appeared near the end of the season and not die?

Also, seeing that footage of Doyle made me sad. Fu*k he was such a big part of the show in such little time.

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