-Giles in "The Prom"
"The ep's gonna rock, though. Some are going to hate it with a passion, some are going to adore it utterly, but strong points of view are a tradition in this fandom so at least you won't be able to say they didn't stick the dismount on that until the very end."
-spoilerwhore TBQ before the episode aired
I was definitely pleased with the episode.
Do i really have to do a longer version? I mean, if you saw the episode, you know.
It was a very solid ep. Lots of little continuity shoutouts, but not one of the big ole fanfic eps that people have complained about in the recent past. I could go through talking about all the stuff i liked, but i just really don’t feel like it. There’s so so much to be said, and i’m really not up for it at the moment. Given how much else i have occupying my time, i suspect i will just watch mutant_allies and point. Speaking of pointing...
"Wes since the very beginning has been the human side of Angel's pain. Wes takes the damage, and he was never ever going to survive the ultimate battle."
We love our dead gay shows.
scrollgirl has quality quotage from the 5 years.
I heart my fandom. So much. ats_nolimits
I think one big reason i don’t feel in mourning is that i’ve gotten so used to living in the world of fanfic, so i know there will still be so many stories being told. And i was even thinking this before ats_nolimits.
Word is no Angel movies.