Bet you weren’t expecting me to start with Mr. McDonald, huh? While Lindsey was, at best, under-utilized this season and, at worst, superfluous, his role in the finale is still critical to how I understand this series. Angel had many foils over the show’s run but Lindsey worked best because he wasn’t “evil.” Selfish, callous, and power-hungry? Sure, but Lindsey never enjoyed the work he did for Wolfram & Hart, even turned on the firm when it went “too far.” Lindsey was a basically good person trying to get ahead in a bad world. It’s why the firm wanted him so badly. It’s why he had to die. Continue reading
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