Angel: Tomorrow (2002)

Genres - Fantasy  |   Sub-Genres - Prime-Time Drama [TV]  |   Countries - USA  |  
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Connor (Vincent Kartheiser) and Justine (Laurel Holloman) solemnly decapitate and burn Holtz's body. But the boy returns to the Hyperion Hotel and agrees to live there with his father. He urges Angel (David Boreanaz) to train him, secretly noting all of his dad's fighting tactics. They get the chance to battle side by side for real again when Wolfram & Hart's Linwood (John Rubinstein) launches an attack on the gang while they're at a drive-in, introducing Connor to the wonders of the cinema. Meanwhile, Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter) experiences a vision that helps her realize that her feelings for Angel are stronger than she has yet realized. Her boyfriend, Groo (Mark Lutz), comes to the same realization and bids his princess farewell. The Host (Andy Hallett), too, decides to find his fortune elsewhere -- in his case, Las Vegas. Meanwhile, Wesley (Alexis Denisof) engages in a tart, emotionless tryst with evil lawyer Lilah Morgan (Stephanie Romanov). A less cynical romance seems ready to blossom between Cordy and Angel when she arranges to meet him by the ocean to discuss her feelings with him. But on her way there, spirit guide Skip (David Denman -- see "Birthday") shows up and informs her that The Powers That Be have a new task for her on a higher plane. Cursing the Powers' timing, Cordelia accepts her responsibilities and ascends, glowing, into the sky. Meanwhile, Angel descends to the murky depths as crafty Connor shows up at the rendezvous spot and bests his dad in hand-to-hand combat, then welds him into a metal box and drops him into the ocean with a little help from the duplicitous Justine. Back at the hotel, Gunn (J. August Richards) and Fred (Amy Acker) can't help but wonder where everyone's gone. Originally broadcast May 20, 2002, on the WB network, "Tomorrow" marked season three, episode 22 -- the season finale -- of the supernatural comedy drama.

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