Do you think that Buffy was really infected by a demon or is she really imagining all of it?
What's on your mind?
Does anyone know if any streaming services have Buffy and Angel? I want to watch it again and although I have both shows on DVD, I go to school out of state and I didn’t bring my movies with me.
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I know that a lot of ppl really don't like Kennedy or her and Willow's relationship but I didn't mind it. I haven't read the comics, but in the show, I don't hate her. Or their relationship. I love Kennedy's personality, her spunkiness and charm. And I like that she was starting to help Willow heal from Tara, while not trying to replace Tara. I think other than the fact that Kennedy was blind to the severity of magic, she was kinda cool, and their relationship was ok.
Please no hate:) just expressing my opinion
Xander seriously has such good taste in women, but they don't have good taste in him, clearly. I'm talking Cordelia Chase (who is like...the hottest woman alive), Anya Jenkins (adorable! Sweet heart! how could he ever hurt her!), Willow Rosenburg (such a cutie. So pretty and lovely). And even Faith, who he only slept with, was pretty hot. But honestly, wat do any of these women see in him. Cordelia and Anya and Willow and even Faith could all do so so much better than Xander.
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What would happen if a half demon half human where conjoined twins
I saw on the pages that slayers can also turn into vampires, and I saw a question that is also pretty crazy, is it possible that a demon, or half-demon could be slayers? They are creatures of darkness, but a half-demon could act for good and Anya was one of the good, after a while.
WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS FOR BtVS
I decided to watch BtVS as I saw it on Disney+ recently. I’ve been having a great time, laughing and crying along with the show, but nothing has hit hard as “The Body”. The sight of Joyce and Buffy stumbling through the house with the shaky camerawork genuinely had me crying, which literally never happens with me, I’m very stoic when it comes to emotion shows and films and stuff.
I have to say that this episode is a genuine, bona fide work of art and a testament to Joss Whedon’s vision of this show. The heartbreaking segment with dawn crying outside of the art room, the deathly quiet transitions of Joyce being examined, Anaya’s huge outburst and Willow’s breakdown over clothing all complete the work of art that is this episode, and should genuinely be remembered as one of the best episodes in television. This isn’t even mentioning the cliffhanger in “I Was Made to Love You” - that shocked me! Oh and I forgot to mention, that dream sequence at the beginning where Joyce was resuscitated was just so… powerful.
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Am I the only one that thinks Daddy Issues is a perfect song to fit them? I think it is.
(And btw I love them. Sooooo muchhhh.)
So I watched the show a while back just kind of here and there, but now I've started to seriously watch it and I've noticed something that I kind of don't understand.
So vampires look...creepy, to say the least. They have the sharp teeth and the scrunched faces and weird eyes. Usually, most vampires are always like this. But then there is Spike and Dru and Angel and Willow in the alternate reality. They switch. Sometimes they look normal, human...but then they become vampire like. So why is this? Why can they be normal but others can't? Is it that they have a soul and the others don't?
And if the answer is a spoiler, I don't care.
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I’ve been trying to find the name of the song where Buffy and Faith break into the weapon shop, but I could only find the dance club song. If anyone knows it, please tell me!
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I get really tired of going round with first time watchers of Buffy who assume that simply because Anya used the words "If you want to defeat a God use the weapon of a God" that this somehow means that Olaf was a God.
Let's follow the argument from the stand point that Anya turned him into a Troll in the first place as her only act of vengeance BEFORE she accepted De'Hoffryn's Offer and became a Vengeance Demon. Some say that it was Aud/Anyanka that turned Olaf into a God but if you stop and consider that she was performing a spell that required ingrediants (eels bane) and she wasn't even a Vengeance Demon at the time of casting the spell so had very little power, it really doesnt scan that she was even capable of such a feet let alone inclined to get back at her "boy-friend" by turning him into a God.
Most of the tension around the final episode of season five has to do with the fact that Buffy has NEVER faced an advesary that is a God, (as pointed out by the Watchers Council) yet we know that Buffy has faced and defeated Olaf.
Anya herself indicates that Buffy needs to get the hammer out of Olaf's Grasp in order to defeat him, though she explains after the fact that he "still has all that Troll Strength!"
This then is the final proof that Olaf is NOT a God himself but merely carrying
"...the weapon of a God." Here ends my rant. Thanks to all who take the time and interest to read it.
In Season Four Willow was clearly turned into a WereWolf.
Does anyone remember what episode it happened?
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