Angel Rewatch – Podcast for 3.10 “Dad”

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Here is the podcast covering episode ten of season three “Dad”.

You can download it here.

Please leave feedback by commenting on the post here, emailing the angelrewatch@gmail.com or sending a voicemail to 206-203-3276. And please leave a review on iTunes.

Next week, we will be covering episode eleven of season three, “Birthday”, where Cordelia learns the true toll her visions have been taking on her.

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2 responses to “Angel Rewatch – Podcast for 3.10 “Dad””

  1. Joseph says :

    A minor nitpick on “Dad” – I don’t think Angel’s threat necessarily made sense. Wolfram and Hart had to know that Angel would go ballistic if they got a hold of Connor, much less if they dissected him, so I”m not sure why an explicit threat caused them to change gears.

    I guess you could explain it three ways. First, maybe Linwood originally thought that Angel’s revenge would stop at Lilah and Gavin, but I’m not sure why he’d think that after Angel basically killed Holland. Second, maybe this was Wolfram and Hart’s plan all along, and things are still working according to that plan, but it’s hard to imagine how that would work. Third, maybe the writers didn’t have a better way to end this episode.

  2. Joseph says :

    Birthday: Overall, this episode didn’t make a ton of impression on me, even though it was obviously a big deal for Cordy and the gang. I did think the kiss was a great scene. On the other hand, the Cordy! show and the floating effect both showed this show’s budget.

    I don’t; know what to make of Skip. Did it seem to anyone else like he got affirmatively angry at Cordy a few times? But then ending the whole thing with “it has been an honor to be your guide” sounds like it was a planned test. And the result of the test was that Cordy was initially willing to let Oak Street girl die to save her life, but it was in her nature to save her and Angel, even at the cost of her own life? I guess that works/

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