But it doesn't matter. They knew the company with which they kept. Despite being an 'evil' law firm, no one forced them to work there. People made their decision....He did more than just left them. ..
He closed those heavy doors, making sure no one escapes.
Wasn't it a corporate event with (probably) innocent spouses present?
Early seasons Buffy wouldn't have... I'm not so sure around season 7 and on actually.But would Buffy really kill humans even if the system sucked?
'sides, i think i saw some wives... and maybe waiters? So what are they? collateral damage?
While I punch the air when it happens, and find myself oddly devoid of shock and horror, I still can't agree.This wasn't just a meeting of a few random employees, this was a wine and cheese tasting party hosted by the top manager of the company (below the Senior Partners who were obviously satanic beings). The ones invited to this were the cream of the crop, the brightest and best at making hell arrive on earth.
No - guilt by association is not reason enough to die. He didn't know many of those people and he made no effort to know them. By this standard Fred, Gunn and Wesley would also be fine victims at a wine tasting. They died because they were close enough to the CEO to go to a wine tasting. After all, the good guys out there believe Angel has gone dark know that he is helping the bad guys.So we all agree that we should take the law in our hands, the argunent is only about if we should make an effort to spare the innocent bystanders
Locking the door - killing. I think Lie To Me dealt with that issue quite well.But even if Buffy did exactly what Angel did, she still would not be killing humans. She simply would not be saving them. There is a difference.
Yup - but Angel was supposed to be more of a moral creature than the evil guys at W&H, or a bear for that matter.Also, those lawyers had been messing with Angel for a while at that point....you can only poke a bear so many times before he's going to turn on you.
Yes, exactly. After all, Holland Manners and his flunkies were responsible for bringing Darla back, as well as summoning Drusilla to Los Angeles. They totally got what they deserved.Angel should have done the exact same thing he did because it was basically giving W&H a taste of their own medicine...