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*''[[Conversations with Dead People]]'' (as a disguise of the [[First Evil]])
*''[[Conversations with Dead People]]'' (as a disguise of the [[First Evil]])
== See also ==
*[[Cassie's Poetry and Paintings]]
== Website and trivia ==
== Website and trivia ==

Revision as of 23:00, February 25, 2007


Cassie Newton is a fictional character from the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. She was played by Azura Skye.


See also

Website and trivia

In Help, to emphasise the dramatics of teenagehood, Cassie maintained an online diary (which was discovered by Willow following a Google search). Following a suggestion from Joss Whedon, the production team decided to create this website for real, complete with poetry (described by Xander as "Always a sign of pretentious inner turmoil", leading the Scooby Gang to wrongly believe that Cassie had death on her mind and was potentially suicidal) and art from Cassie. It was actually composed and created by Rebecca Rand Kirshner, the episode writer. The site was created and hosted at Geocities, and the writers even registered a domain name for it in the name of Cassie Newton.

The whois entry for the domain name was interesting:

Creation Date........ 2002-09-14
Registration Date.... 2002-09-14
Expiry Date.......... 2003-09-14
Organisation Name.... Cassie Newton
Organisation Address. 13 Shadow Lane
Organisation Address. 
Organisation Address. Sunnydale 
Organisation Address. 94086
Organisation Address. CA
Organisation Address. UNITED STATES
Admin Name........... Cassie Newton
Admin Address........ 13 Shadow Lane
Admin Address........ 
Admin Address........ Sunnydale
Admin Address........ 94086
Admin Address........ CA
Admin Address........ UNITED STATES
Admin Email..........
Admin Phone.......... 666-442-8363

Thus Cassie lived at 13 Shadow Lane, Sunnydale. 94086 is actually the ZIP Code for Sunnyvale, CA. Sunnyvale is much further north than Sunnydale, but the similar names make it a logical joke. The use of 666 in the phone number is typical of Whedon's sense of humour.

The site became extremely popular, exceeded its download limits, and the site guestbook filled up some thirty times over.

When the domain name registry lapsed, the Geocities site was deleted; the Internet Archive has a cached copy. [1] The domain name is now registered to a company in Hong Kong.

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