ANGEL: You look like hell. And not the fun one where they burn you with hot pokers for all eternity, but, the hard-core one--you know, Nixon and Britney Spears.The problem with traditional U.S season lengths, from the not-too-distant-past, is that shows would usually try to stretch one narrative out all those episodes, with some filler in the form of 'standalone' adventures. These days, you tend to find that either seasons are cable-sized (10-13 episodes), or the writers fill seasons with more than one storyline, so they feel fuller and there's less chance of boredom. Angel and Buffy the Vampire Slayer exist before this change really sank in, so in re-watching these old seasons my attention does tend to wander after the first dozen hours or so. Thankfully, "SLEEP TIGHT" was exactly the kind of late-season wallop you need to wake you up, and hopefully the rest of this third season will race along much better.