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  • Les Yay: Amy's friendships with both Suzanne and Raquel are rife with this. She even tells Raquel that she loves her and kisses her in the finale.
  • Awesome Music:
    • "Goodnight, Bad Morning" by The Kills as Suzanne is Killed Off for Real and Amy cries over her.
    • "Every Night You’ve Got To Save Me" by Mass Gothic, which plays as Amy slowly realizes that the man Raquel is going off alone on a date with is in fact a demon, and is unable to catch up with them and warn her/save her.
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  • Heartwarming Moments: Many moments, but especially Amy stopping Raquel from opening a portal to Hell, by comforting her over her boyfriend's betrayal, by telling her that she loves her and kissing her.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: Amy kissing Raquel in the finale is this in light of her actress' most famous role doing the same thing in the Christmas 2016 comic.
  • Values Dissonance: No character seems to acknowledge or care about the fact Raquel's mother, the man Raquel's demon father possessed, Raquel herself, and the person demon!Harry was possessing are all victims of rape. Neither Raquel or her mother would have consented to sex if they knew their husband/boyfriend was possessed, and neither of the possessed men had any say in whether their bodies were used to have sex with Raquel and her mother. The latter fact doesn't make Raquel and her mother in any way guilty or culpable- they had no way of knowing something was controlling their loved one's actions and words, but the fact the show doesn't acknowledge it is disturbing.

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