S06E19 Seeing Red - B S06E20 Villains - C S06E21 Two to Go - C S06E22 Grave - C I just don't love how this season ended. I'm probably being too hard on it, but I just didn't like Dark Willow as an antagonist. I didn't think she was all that interesting, which is odd, since Vampire Willow was so much fun. But Dark Willow wasn't fun. It was just depressing. There were some moments I liked - Giles showing up, Xander at the end, Dawn showing she's got moves, but it was just a bit flat for me. It was another season finale of Buffy running around not knowing what to do and being completely ineffective against her foe. Not fun. (And we just get more of this next season...) After finishing Buffy season 6 I went back and blew through Angel season 3. I won't say that in totality Angel is a better show, but as Buffy was faltering in its final seasons, Angel was finally picking up steam. Side-by-side, Angel season 3 was definitely better than Buffy season 6. But even still, the emotional highs and lows never get to me in Angel, like they do in Buffy. Even knowing what happens in Buffy, I sobbed through several episodes. Angel's never even gotten a watery eye out of me. I also apparently watched more of Angel than I thought, as I remembered many of the episodes as I watched them. But there were also big things I didn't remember at all - like Justine. I think I liked season 3 better than season 2 - I didn't care for the dark Angel and too much Darla in season 2. I loved Groo coming back, hated that he left. Feel really sad for Wesley. I'd asked earlier about if Angel and Cordy ever got together and they got close here - were on their way to tell each other "I love you" when Angel was sunk to the bottom of the ocean and Cordy ascended. Glad we dodged that bullet. I'll be switching back to Buffy and watching season 7 (gulp) next. For those who've watched all of Angel, how would you rank the seasons? I still have never been able to watch all of season 1, the show got so much better in season 2 and in season 3 with the full crew (Lorne, Fred, Gunn).