I dont get why Fred and Gunn werent more angry with Wes. He betrayed Angel in an unforgiveable way, but also he didnt share any of his research with them. He didnt ask them to help him find out what was really happening. In a way he was unbelieveably arrogant. He assumed he'd read the prophercy right, he assumed he had it all figured out. No matter how noble his intentions were, he was wrong and selfish not to confide in them. I can completely understand Angel's reaction to him in the hospital room.
I've not missed Cordy being in the last few episodes and I feel bad about that
Agreed with you but just a question :but I'm aghast that Fred and Gunn expect Angel to forgive him so easily,
I agree that you'd be right in normal circumstances, but he has a natural blind spot when it comes to his son. And as I said on the previous thread, the very fact that he trusted Wes so much makes his sense of betrayal all the greater.Agreed with you but just a question :
Shoudn’t a character like Angel, based on forgiveness, and who evoluates around the notion of redemption, be able to forgive quickly than normal people ? With all his experience in that subject he should be more « armed » and I guess ready to forgive easily.