This! I really wanted to like Connor. I would have forgiven him a lot. The problem is: He never does the right thing. He often takes pleasure in being cruel. Unlike Spike and Faith, there is nothing to balance out the badness. He sacrifices a woman for evil Cordy, he tries to suicide bomb himself, he drops Angel in the ocean...The problem is that although I love him, he doesn't show enough layers to be a compelling character in the long term.
That was like Adam slicing a man open to see how he worked. Connor fed off the junkie and thought this is how the world workedHe did have a good enough start with the junkie girl, but it was all down hill from there.
He did have good taste in women, I'll give him that, but it's not a 'layer' . . . or is it?P.S. I kinda liked the fact that he accepted Jasmine, even if she was ugly. They could have built on that. The problem is: Growing up in a Hell dimension did not stop him from being instantly attracted to Cordy and Faith.
Really? I thought I remembered that scene being quite sweet.That was like Adam slicing a man open to see how he worked. Connor fed off the junkie and thought this is how the world worked
It is more confusing than anything. He looked past Jasmine's monstrous appearance, but he immediately fell for Cordelia and Faith. Of course, part of the reason he fell for Faith was because she is a bad ass.He did have good taste in women, I'll give him that, but it's not a 'layer' . . . or is it?
Dawn is not useless. From Grave onwards we see her fighting all sorts of demons and vampires. She does a lot of the watcher-type investigating, she even casts spells. She's actually incredibly usefulDawn is annoying and useless.
Connor is annoying but actually has a purpose in his show. At least he can beat the crap out of the people who don't like him. Still not a good character, but better than Dawn.