While Faith fights the newest breed of vampires to save Riley, she’s shocked when she discovers the identity of their illustrious leader . . . Then, in London, Angel calls in a favor to deal with Amy’s trap!
This was a nice ending to kind of a mess of issues. It continued to suffer from not quite having perfect thematic synchronization between the two stories and Angel and Faith being in two different places never helped things. The decision (hopefully) to move Faith back to Magic Town will alieve things a lot. Even if they're not working together, it'll put a little more resonance between the two stories. I mean, something big has to happen in Magic Town that'll affect the both of them. Read Full Review
Angel & Faith has been missing that heart that it had in Season 9, but I'm hoping that after the title characters have spent some time apart, they'll eventually find their way back to one another. They can pull in the other stray dogs in the Buffyverse and have their own weird version of the Scooby Gang. In many ways, this season of Angel & Faith is reminding me of last season of Buffy, in which the main character was struggling to find her purpose in a new status quo. With luck, these two will find their stride heading into the next arc. Read Full Review