Two in a row, hells yeah! Watching Cordy and Angel semi-porn on Youtube is doing wonders on my mind! ;D
Unfortunately, there isn't much detail that can be supplied here, my memory is limited.
There had been an arced storyline in Angel of Cordelia being visited by the ghost of her deceased mother, who happened to be Christine Brennan from Bones. She'd appeared several times as a guide to her daughter but suddenly in the final episode of the arc she'd turned and begun malevolently haunting Cordy. Such as one moment in which her hair tie had been slowly removed from her hair while she and Angel were walking, with Angel keeping a close guard over her. Apparently that had been some form of warning, that the mother was able to touch her thus she could and would harm her.
Cordy figured out that the only way to destroy her mother's ghost was to burn down the house she was attatched to, her (Cordy's) childhood home. She didn't outwardly seem to be bothered by this, I recall her even chanting "Burn, burn, burn!"
Somehow Xander and Buffy were there, Angel feeling like Cordy must be in some distress over having to do what she did went to her side and suddenly they were naked on the ground having sex. That was the last moment and for that short moment I'd suddenly become Cordy and felt his kisses and his body. *sigh*
Apparently from that point forward they'd had sex like once per episode.
Here for almost the entire duration the role of Cordelia was first person, from my point of view.
It was in Sunnydale so she was of course a bitch.
Opening Act (third person):
Cordelia makes an unclear but very insensitively vuglar comment to, I assume one of her Cordettes though I didn't see the recipiant, about how Xander had feelings for her with him standing there a few feet away, which she knew because I believe she'd bullied him a few seconds earlier. He disappeared behind some form of tented or canvased area of the room where after a few seconds there was a kind of beautiful but also kind of soap opera corny shot of his face being projected off the canvus and blown up to focus in on a tear that had fallen down his cheek. The focus returns to Cordelia with this big grin on her face watching this and when Xander's tear comes to her attention as he walks back out of the canvas it ALMOST seems like her face is going to fault but it either barely does or it doesn't. I'm not certain on either.
Act II (first person):
Cordelia is now on her way to, I believe an English class and is thrown some riddle by an unknown person that has left my memory but ended in something like: "if you don't fold wings and fly away". She pretty quickly figured out that it's referecing a piece of paper folded into a paper crane.
There might have been a moment where she'd bypassed Angel and Buffy together and responded as though she were disgusted out of jealousy.
In the classroom, the desks were in a circle formation, at least somewhat with Cordelia sitting on one end, Willow to her right, Xander on the other side of Willow and Buffy on the other side of Xander.
While there were no actual indicators to my memory it felt to me like this teacher actually didn't like Cordelia anymore than her fellow students due to her bitchiness.
A large jock intruded into the classroom who was, in fact, a vampire and of course, it's Cordelia he chooses to grab from her desk and attack. He digs his fangs into her throat but apparently hadn't bothered to clamp her mouth shut because she screamed, but no one got up to help her. I'd like to point out that as a first person experience, I felt nothing, not his fangs or any pain and her screams made little to no actual sound. She specifically hoped Angel would show up to save her and he did, but it had taken several moments for him to acknowledge her peril because apparently by this point there were multiple vampires in the room. When he finally gets to her, he has kind of an 'Offspring' moment where he shouts "Get away from her" but it seemed like it was more of an inverted form of "Get off her" that seems to regard the attacker more than her. Something like "Get her off you".
Somehow during the attack Cordelia had given birth to a baby she'd suddenly been pregnant with and the attacker had taken the bloody newborn before she'd even seen it.
Angel left the room almost instantly after stopping the attack without giving her any attention and class resumed as though nothing had happened. No one, the teacher included, checked to see if Cordelia was alright. She remaining standing and checked out her bite marks in a mirror that was hanging on this random wall that had shown up in the classroom. They were tiny to have been made by teeth and there was no blood, but they were positioned appropriately and deep. Seeing the wounds Willow had become the only one there to feel concerned and approached her to offer consolence.
It seemed Cordelia was trying to see the nurse but again the staff of the school seemed to be showing just as much hate and disregard for her as the students because the nurse or it might have been the receptioninst, I'm not certain (who appeared in some weird, unattractive cartoony form) just rudely asked her about how it felt to be the victim.
When she returned to the classroom, the jock who'd attacked her was now at the front of the class, presumably speaking on something but no dialouge actually occurred.
"You!" Cordelia growled stomping up to him, pale and weak from exanguination and having just given birth not to mention heartbroken because Angel had ignored her beyond saving her life, "What did you do with my baby?!"
He scoffs and answers somewhat along the lines of, in a very condescending tone:
"It's fine, it's in a safe place, a nice place"
It seems as though he's referring to a safer and nicer place then with her because of what a bitch she was. She didn't believe that answer. He continued to speak but dialogue is unclear and though he'd been referring to the baby as 'it' she must have caught him slip the pronoun 'he' out because she says:
"He? It's a boy?"
(remember she never saw the baby when he was born so she never got to find out)
"Yes, it's a boy! Congrats!" The vampire jock responded sarcastically in that same condescending 'you're wasting my time' tone.
Cordelia is now standing in a corner near her desk overhearing Willow having a conversation with Xander and Buffy.
Remember how I'd said she was heartbroken because Angel had ignored her? This had been established at some point I'm unsure of when she'd sobbed to them:
"Angel saved me, but he didn't even look at me!"
Now Willow was appealing to Xander and Buffy to help Cordelia find her son. They didn't feel she was owned their sympathy for all the bullying they'd endured from her and in Buffy's case there was probably resentment that Cordelia was in love with her boyfriend, but Willow insisted that even someone like her didn't deserve this kinda shit and one piece of dialogue I'd caught was:
"Haven't you ever been in love with someone who didn't reciprocate?"
Indicating that Cordelia had a double painbow hovering above her head, having lost her baby and loving someone who didn't love her back. This presented Xander with an ideal opportunity to make some kind of remark about what she'd done to him in regards to his feelings for her but that I am aware of he doesn't. He more or less concedes to how horrible that feels. Though I don't actually see him because I'm Cordelia so my back is turned to the conversation, I felt like I'd somehow managed to catch a shot of a very empathizing expression on his face and get the sense that he still has feelings for her but doesn't resent her for not returning them and for ridiculing them. Damn my Xander is way more mature than the actual one! Go brain!
Scene V is extremely weird and possibly not canon. It seemed more like I was jogging circles around the main campus building imagining the last portion of the story.
The three Scoobies and Cordelia begin making their way out of the school building to find her son and Willow asks:
"Have you thought of any names?"
Cordelia's answer sounded like something that could have been aimed at pissing Buffy off, but I seriously doubt that because she sounded very genuine:
"I want him to have his father's name, Angel"
(dun dun dun! XD)
They end up at Angel's front door and when he answers there is a moment where he and Buffy made googoo eyes at each other...or maybe it was just Buffy making googoo eyes at Angel but either way, Willow asks them to knock it off as that's inappropriate right now, this was about helping Cordelia.
A baby's crying can suddenly be heard from inside Angel's house. It seemed the vampire jock had been telling the truth about Cordelia's son's whereabouts. Angel had him.
This next part might be even less canon because I feel as though it might have occurred in my concious imagination as I was waking up, but Angel brings the baby out to show Cordelia and as she smiles down at her beautiful boy Angel smiles at both of them and tells her that he's been calling their son Connor.