the last visible dog (intertext) wrote,
the last visible dog


I have to report that I am now watching "Angel" to assuage somewhat my Buffy withdrawal. It serves the purpose; I'm enjoying it, though have to confess that I'm hoping for an antidote to two very tragic episodes in a row. In one, Angel becomes human for a day and a night, long enough to spend a passionate time with Buffy, who was visiting. In a noble sacrifice, he gives up being human in order to continue his mission to fight evil and better protect his true love. He remembers; she doesn't. Sniff. And THEN, in the very next episode, Doyle, whom I really liked, gives his life in an intense, noble, heroic way. Sniff sniff.
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