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why is Angel referred to as a 'cult' show?
Possible answer: There are a lot of demonic cults seen in the show. But seriously, it's fan base is much greater than its ratings would suggest, and it produced lots of spinoff merchandise. I'd say that makes it a cult series.
Shouldn't Eve's status be "Presumed dead"? The fact she was in the building when it was falling apart with no clear intention of leaving and no longer had her immortality suggests something bad happened to her.--126.96.36.199 17:55, 9 October 2007 (UTC)
Fair use rationale for Image:EvePromo.jpg
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Children of the Senior Partners
In the description, she is referred to as a "Child of the Senior Partners", which is a link to a page that redirects to a supposed subsection of Wolfram & Hart, which does not contain any information about these "Children of the Senior Partners". The Senior Partners page does not contain any reference to these either. What should be done about this link? I think that even a red link would be more useful than this pointless redirect, because it would at least mean that clicking it would not give one further information on the subject, which the link currently suggests it does. I'm kind of new at wiki editing and policy and whatnot, which is why I haven't just done anything myself yet. If anyone could take care of this, that'd be great. Thanks! 188.8.131.52 (talk) 03:13, 8 August 2010 (UTC)