Wednesday 19 May 2004, by frozenpiper2a :

I just started watching Angel this year and I just got into Buffy last June in reruns. I will miss the Buffyverse. I am upset that good shows are being canceled to make room for more reality shows (like there isn’t enough of them). At least Fox has kept Tru Calling.

Wednesday 19 May 2004, by Anonymous :

I still can’t believe they’re canceling Angel! It is my favorite show in the world, along with Buffy! I mean, who really gives a crap about reality shows such as "Blind Date"? They’re a waste of time! Seriously, who cares? You go out, woowho! But then what? Angel has actually taught me morals that have helped me out. This is seriously ticking me off.

Wednesday 19 May 2004, by Anonymous :

In response to the posting of the "correction thingy" about the actual episode in which Fred died: yes, you’re correct, she died in "A Hole In The World." However, she died at the very end of the episode, so all the grief began in "Shells." The article was talking about "portrayals of grief," not the actual deaths, so the reference to "Shells" was appropriate.

Thursday 20 May 2004, by hobbitann :

I just want to say thank you to Joss Whedon and the cast and crew of Buffy and Angel for creating a universe that evoked such powerful emotion from so many people. I am sad to see the end but grateful that the ride lasted as long as it did. (Remember when it was doubtful that Buffy would make it past season one!) Throughout there were times of great joy and heart-wrenching pain (mostly heart-wrenching pain). If Buffy ended with the hopeful sound of an orchestra’s final note, then Angel ended with the mournful sound of a lone violin cut short.

Thursday 20 May 2004, by Cherylynn :

I would just like to say thanks to everybody that ever made a contribution to Angel, and Buffy. The actors, script writers, special effects people, designers, directors musicians et all.

What a great work of art, yay team. you guys have created a mythology for our time. It has touched and inspired millions. Thanks people I will always remember these two brilliant shows. Joss Whedon "you rock" love to you all.

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