Wesley's crush "inappropriate"[edit source]

"Wesley develops an inappropriate crush on Cordelia Chase"

If we're going to have that sentence in this article, should the page on Angel also describe Angel's love for Buffy as "inappropriate"? After all, the age gap between Buffy and Angel is several times bigger then the age gap between Cordelia and Wesley, and Buffy was also "jail bait" in the first two seasons.

Agree...[edit source]

I just wanted to add that "inappropriate" is somebody's take on the relationship, crush, what have you; others didn't think it inappropriate, such as me.  So, I think "inappropriate crush" doesn't fit an encyclopedia, as it's subjective.  (I don't think it fits the "neutral point of view" policy basically). --Sylvia de marc 17:02, 9 June 2009 (UTC)

I Agree, but now it's deleted! So is it okay now? Please tell me, please. K. K. 10:04, 15 June 2009 (UTC)

K.K. - thank you! It now reads as something any Buffy or Angel fan could accept. Thanks for being responsive.--Sylvia de marc 18:21, 7 July 2009 (UTC)

Wesley's first encounter with Spike[edit source]

From the end of the Early Life paragraph:

Shortly after graduating from the Academy, Wesley had a run-in with Spike, during which "blood was spilt" and "vendettas were sworn."

Didn't Spike completely make this story up?


Fred suggests that Spike let Wesley help him, but Spike says that he and Wesley have a history stemming back to when Wesley had just graduated from the Watchers Academy. Fred doesn’t believe him, so Spike admits that he just doesn’t want anyone else to know what’s going on with him, especially Angel.
1337nik (talk) 00:00, February 12, 2013 (UTC)
He did, yes. You could delete it.OzzMan (talk) 23:57, February 11, 2013 (UTC)
Done. Just wanted to check first.1337nik (talk) 00:00, February 12, 2013 (UTC)
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