In Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Angel, both shows combined began hundreds of different plots, many of which received perfect on-screen resolutions.
That will be the main crux of this article - on-screen. While several of the below points may or may not have been teased out in the comics, this article is specifically referring to what has been addressed in the continuity of Buffy The Vampire Slayer seasons 1 - 7 and Angel seasons 1 - 5.
While that is not to say that the comics and extended lore are not an excellent medium in their own right, there is something special about the filmed and released material that went with the original shows. At times, Buffy The Vampire Slayer was among the greatest television shows released. There were then other times when Angel arguably surpassed it in terms of depth and quality. Both shows introduced a fantastic core of characters, bringing many different walks of life together under one banner.
Both shows also suffered from quality issues throughout their runs. It would be fair to say that both had 'dud' episodes (these will be explored in a future list), yet that is true of almost any show that has ever been released.
These are the stories that the audience were denied a satisfying conclusion to, ranked in order of how badly they were needed!
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