Ahem. Cary says the problem is mystical, not medical, and Angel jumps all over that vague concept. He tells Gunn and Fred to go to Cordy's apartment and look for any clues about her health. Cordy protests this, but of course, no one can hear her. Wesley will -- and here's a shocker -- do some research. Cary's job is to tend the baby. Angel picks Cordy up and hauls her upstairs, still without any support for her head. Ugh. I hope Charisma Carpenter knows a good chiropractor. While I'm at it, I hope Charisma Carpenter's chiropractor has a name that starts with C, because that would be fun. As the room empties, Cordy cries, "Does nobody care that there is a girl in Reseda who's about to be fed to a no-eyed, three-mouthed monster?" That's a big no. Then, to use captioning terminology, "indistinct whispering" picks up as the other sounds fade away. This seems like a good time to mention that the sound effects and mixing throughout this episode is really nice. I was really impressed by the layered dialogue and the fade-outs and some other things that happen later when I watched the original broadcast using the surround-sound speakers. Of course, the fact that I noticed the sound effects might be an indication that certain other elements weren't exactly holding my attention, but nevertheless: good job there.
Episode Report CardStrega: C- | 801 USERS: B-
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